Looking backwards over two decades can be a belly-gazing exercise in self-indulgence, but the Mezzanine XXI tour succeeded on nearly every level. The pioneering trip-hop record from Massive Attack was gussied up for tours of Europe and North America, with this stop being rescheduled when the entire ...
The Hedwig and the Angry Inch co-creator and original star brings his Origin of Love tour to Boston
I’m sure that you’re asked all the time to sing these songs. How much of that do you field on a regular basis?
Well, you know, not that much. The thing is, I’ll always sing these songs in some form or another. Whether I do the part again, I’m ...
Something tells me that the hordes of baby boomers piling in to A Night with Janis Joplin aren’t there for the writing. Nor is it very likely that, on the drive home that night, they’re going to be discussing the merits of the piece as a theatrical work of art.
A year to remember, from 'Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf' to 'Merrily We Roll Along' to 'Hedwig and the Angry Inch'
There are a few places I can think of that really needed a safe space. I feel like the work is important, I feel like it’s not just some march through the towns dressed as Hedwig demanding equality.
Spaulding was gripped by the article, which mentioned Frangieh and Rafferty’s intentions to omit the bombers and focus instead on the resilience, recovery, and love.