What becomes a legend most? In the case of "The Phantom of the Opera" it is a re-imagining, which is taking place in a new production that recently started a U.S. tour in Providence, RI.
Based on a 1920 novella by French writer Colette, Martha Clarke’s multidisciplinary adaptation features legendary ballerina Alessandra Ferri, award-winning actress Amy Irving, pianist Sarah Rothenberg and text by Tina Howe.
Lippa and Crawley’s "A Little Princess," which debuted at Theatre Works of Palo Alto in the summer of 2004, still has a way to go in its development before a Tony Award judge would crown it.
Two unlikely missionaries are sent to Uganda to covert the local denizens during a bloody civil war. The degree to which they succeed reminds us of the power of religion to bring happiness. And yes, this is a comedy by the creators of "South Park."
It was clear when I talked to Andrew Lippa, composer of "A Little Princess," that the lives of those who make musicals are dramatic. Is it any wonder that so many musicals are about characters that believe in the unbelievable and triumph over adversity?
FIERCE. That’s the word that pops up when I think of this particular Margaret. Totally funny and just a little vulnerable, sweet and a bit scrappy, a fighter with a big heart.
The Gender & Family Project welcomes Olympia Dukakis, Justin Vivian Bond, Telly Leung, Our Lady J, Lance Horne and more to "A Night of a Thousand Genders."