If you’re anything like us, you know at least one person who annoyingly knows how to sing opera. Continue reading
The show promises a multitude of excellent singing voices, all of which will make you feel inadequate about your own in the best way possible.
“I love mini-golf, but Morgan Freeman’s voice. Holy sh-t.” Continue reading
It’s like Rent, but good! Continue reading
Tonight, as part of their Annual Fringe Festival, Boston University is staging a production of Three Decembers, a Jake Heggie/Terrence McNally one act opera focused on three eventful Decembers in the lives of a famous mother/actress and her two adult children. Continue reading
Opera at the Coolidge Corner Theatre? Snoozefest! But wait! This isn’t just any old exercise in arias and codpieces, this is Verdi’s Simon Boccanegra! So? Whattyamean, so? An absolute masterpiece of political intrigue! A Machiavellian nightmare of interwoven alliances, hidden identities and blackest betrayal! The … one with the pirate in it. Yeah, Simon Boccanegra. He’s a pirate. He’s a pirate mayor. He’s a pirate mayor that fights people. Fine, we’ll just call it Verdi’s Pirate Mayor Who Totally Fights a Whole Lot of People. Now, how does that sound for a Sunday afternoon? Exactly! See you there.
[Sun. 3.6.11. 290 Harvard St., Brookline. 617.734.2500. 10am/all ages/$20. coolidge.org]