Tag: Russia


Creative Team of Oscar Wilde's Vera; Or, the Nihlists Will Participate in a Talkback on February 14 at HERE Arts Center
By Editorial Staff · Feb 11, 2014 · New York City

TheaterMania's Zachary Stewart will moderate a discussion of Wilde's rarely performed first play as it relates to the struggle for LGBT rights around the world.

Theater People Should Love the Olympics: Here's Why
By Zachary Stewart · Feb 3, 2014 · Sochi

The Sochi Games will be the most dramatic (and expensive) theatrical event of the year. Can you really afford to miss out?

Laura Benanti, Jeremy Jordan, Laura Osnes, and Many More Take on the Russian Broadway Shutdown
By Bethany Rickwald · Jan 23, 2014 · New York City

In this satirical video, members of the Russian Broadway community (read: your favorite stars with silly Russian accents) respond to their government's inevitable expansion of the anti-homosexual propaganda law.

Matthew Bourne's Sleeping Beauty

Matthew Bourne guts and revamps Tchaikovsky's classic ballet, mostly for the better.

The Seagull
By Zachary Stewart · Oct 13, 2013 · New York City

Anton Chekhov's first great play rings painfully true, no matter if it is set in Russia or Ireland.

Off-Broadway's Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812 Supports the Russian LGBT Community
By Bethany Rickwald · Sep 26, 2013 · New York City

The supper-club sensation will donate $10,000 plus food and beverage proceeds from the first performance in their new location to Human Rights Watch.

The Caucasian Chalk Circle
By Zachary Stewart · May 30, 2013 · New York City
Alex Hurt, Christopher Lloyd, and Deb Radloff in The Caucasian Chalk Circle.(© Joan Marcus) It seems awfully punk-rock to set a production of committed ...
By Zachary Stewart · Mar 11, 2013 · New York City
Bianca Amato, Luke Robertson, and Quincy Tyler Bernstine in Neva.© Carol Rosegg There is something thrillingly perverse about sitting in a plush red ...
Opus No. 7
By Zachary Stewart · Jan 14, 2013 · New York City

Russian director Dmitry Krymov's hyper-visual double-feature is stunning to behold and just a little bit dangerous.

Acclaimed Russian Director Dmitry Krymov Brings Opus No. 7 to St. Ann's Warehouse
By Zachary Stewart · Dec 11, 2012 · New York City
A scene from Opus No. 7.© Natalia Chaban In Soviet Russia, puppet manipulates you!St. Ann's Warehouse will house Dmitry Krymov's Opus No. 7 for a limited run, from ...

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