Lucky Plush’s new ensemble piece uses the roller rink as a metaphor for community.
There are three public performances of Lyric’s new children’s opera this weekend.
Jake Heggie’s opera took nearly 20 years to make the journey to Lyric, but it’s not to be missed.
Lyric opens a multiyear exploration of early Verdi with this 1849 opera.
The season opener is as much fun as you can have at the opera.
But a program of Stravinsky, Ravel, and Rossini at Symphony Center shows neither to its best advantage.
The ever-present danger is as much a part of a Cirque show as the spectacle.
It’ll banish all your memories of English-class torture.
Until then, it relies too heavily on stale old jokes.
Even with star Alice Coote out with a fever, Handel’s four-hour-long 1735 marathon was still worth seeing.
It’s the date-night opera that made Julia Roberts cry in Pretty Woman.
The Life and Death(s) of Alan Turing is revelatory; The Scarlet Ibis is not.
The soprano makes an impressive Lyric debut.
The Neo-Futurists try to find hope in tragedy.
The strike is over and the Lyric is back in business.