The word “icon” gets tossed around pretty liberally, with every eye-catching ensemble on the red carpet at awards shows declared an “iconic” look. But if anyone deserves that designation, it’s Chita Rivera. The 88-year-old theater legend is in town tomorrow night for Porchlight Music Theatre’s annual fundraising gala, where she’ll receive the company’s ICON Award […]
Jake Heggie’s opera took nearly 20 years to make the journey to Lyric, but it’s not to be missed.
Pride Films and Plays provides an emotionally engaging production of this set-in-Dublin musical.
It’s as pretty as a pastry.
The production’s sexual politics unsuccessfully hang between self-aware period piece and relevant, contemporary commentary.
Her magnetic, mercurial performance anchors TimeLine’s portrait of Maria Callas.
Terrence McNally’s play is essentially a workplace hangout comedy.
A moving drama about the AIDS epidemic and an immersive puzzle/play inspired by retro video games are among this week’s best bets.
Some Men nails the small details—but misses the big picture about the gay rights movement.
Alexi Kaye Campbell’s The Pride juxtaposes gay couples in London 50 years apart.