Nico Muhly’s “Two Boys” -- about the dawn of the Internet and its squinting sociopaths -- finally opened on Monday night at the Metropolitan Opera.
“This is a very old story of people searching to be loved,” says Nico Muhly about “Two Boys,” which opens at the Metropolitan Opera Oct. 21.
The corn really is high as an elephant’s eye in Marsha Norman and Jason Robert Brown’s rich, ballad-packed new musical, “The Bridges of Madison County.”
“Let’s just say, I think this is my time,” Anna Netrebko suggested after her performance in “Anna Bolena” at the Metropolitan Opera’s opening gala last night.
The Whitney is showing off its permanent collection in a new exhibition, “American Legends: From Calder to O’Keeffe.”
Here’s a guaranteed money maker: Sell love potions at the door.
London theater used to be quiet in August. What happened? A spectacular “Batman Live,” a Broadway transfer of “South Pacific” and a new “Don Giovanni” opened this week. Did someone cancel holiday for showpeople?
The scenery wouldn’t budge at Wednesday night’s performance of “Golden Boy” just before the big Act III finale, leeching the last bit of dramatic tension from an evening that had none to spare.
Making the right Valentine’s Day plan was easy for the chief executive of Eton Park Capital Management, Eric Mindich .
Nico Muhly is tagged the “hottest composer on the planet’’ on his record label’s website. Whichever planet that is, it must be a pretty tepid one.
"It's all very fecund, as it should be. It has a sense of fertility."
- Bartlett Sher on Sep 25, 2012