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New York City Opera continued its 2017-18 Chamber Opera Series with a unique double bill of Donizetti’s Il Pigmalione and Rameau’s Pigmalion, the first time these one-act gems will be presented on the same program. The production also marks the New York premiere of Donizetti’s first opera. This double was directed and choreographed by Richard

If you’re like many people in my social media feeds, you periodically retreat from the sturm und drang of world affairs in these troubled times to seek solace in the refuge of GIFs and videos capturing cute baby animals and the like. Right on schedule, a certain beloved mime troupe has returned to New York

Fred Astaire merely danced up the walls and across the ceiling. Sébastien Ramirez acts more like a superhero. Slowly pedaling his legs in the air, the French hip-hop choreographer could be an astronaut walking in outer space. A dancer of uncommon finesse and control, he requires no external assistance to convey the illusion of operating

Have you ever paused to consider the spiritual and physical affinities between the desolate universe of Samuel Beckett and the wacky world of vintage Warner Brothers cartoons? Me neither. Or at least not until I saw the Druid Theater’s production of Beckett’s “Waiting for Godot,” part of the White Light Festival at Lincoln Center. Watching Garry

NEW YORK — Samuel Beckett’s absurdist classic, Waiting for Godot, continues to confound and excite audiences decades after its premiere in France. For evidence of this, check out the Druid Theater Company production at Lincoln Center’s White Light Festival in New York City. Directed by the Tony-winning Garry Hynes, this Godot feels both authentic to Beckett’s vision and never

Laugh, abide, despair, persevere: Ireland’s iconic Druid theater company presents Samuel Beckett’s irreverent masterpiece, Waiting for Godot. Existential ennui meets startling slapstick comedy in this “superb reimagining” (Guardian, U.K.) by Tony Award–winning director Garry Hynes that offers a refreshing perspective on our tragicomic plight.      “The freshest, funniest and most affecting production of the play

Laugh, abide, despair, persevere: Ireland’s iconic Druid theater company presents Samuel Beckett’s irreverent masterpiece, Waiting for Godot. Existential ennui meets startling slapstick comedy in this “superb reimagining” (Guardian, U.K.) by Tony Award–winning director Garry Hynes that offers a refreshing perspective on our tragicomic plight.      “The freshest, funniest and most affecting production of the play

Laugh, abide, despair, persevere: Ireland’s iconic Druid theater company presents Samuel Beckett’s irreverent masterpiece, Waiting for Godot. Existential ennui meets startling slapstick comedy in this “superb reimagining” (Guardian, U.K.) by Tony Award–winning director Garry Hynes that offers a refreshing perspective on our tragicomic plight.      “The freshest, funniest and most affecting production of the play

Laugh, abide, despair, persevere: Ireland’s iconic Druid theater company presents Samuel Beckett’s irreverent masterpiece, Waiting for Godot. Existential ennui meets startling slapstick comedy in this “superb reimagining” (Guardian, U.K.) by Tony Award–winning director Garry Hynes that offers a refreshing perspective on our tragicomic plight.      “The freshest, funniest and most affecting production of the play

Laugh, abide, despair, persevere: Ireland’s iconic Druid theater company presents Samuel Beckett’s irreverent masterpiece, Waiting for Godot. Existential ennui meets startling slapstick comedy in this “superb reimagining” (Guardian, U.K.) by Tony Award–winning director Garry Hynes that offers a refreshing perspective on our tragicomic plight.      “The freshest, funniest and most affecting production of the play

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