Louis Andriessen is the great argumentative opera composer of our day. He argues with every convention of the lyric stage. He is, moreover, a master of operatic argument, which is the traditional term for plot in not just its narrative sense but also its moral, spiritual, political and temporal...
Five things to know today Last night, dozens of shiny new James Beard Awards were handed out to top notch restaurant industry professionals in a gala and ceremony held at the Lyric Opera House in Chicago. Catch up on all of the action...Show More Summary
It's almost like you're there Tonight at 6 p.m. CST, the James Beard Awards will be broadcast live from the Lyric Opera House in Chicago. This evening's ceremony honors food and beverage professionals in the restaurant and chef categories (2016 finalists); the Book, Broadcast, and Journalism Awards were announced last week. Show More Summary
The James Beard Awards, considered the highest honor among restaurant and culinary professionals, will be handed out on Monday during a ceremony in the Lyric Opera of Chicago. Here now, a look at who Eater's local and national editors...Show More Summary
A musical comedy from Loudoun Lyric Opera and a National Weather Service open house.
“A rising lyric soprano who won the 2012 Richard Tucker Award, Ms. Pérez, 36, … [has won the annual] $50,000 prize to help foster the careers of young singers who have appeared in solo roles at the Metropolitan Opera.”
For anyone that has found Justin Bieber’s lyrics overly dramatic, extreme or generally bizarre, this segment from The Late Late Show with James Corden in which celebrities act out a hilarious Justin Bieber soap opera proves that you are not alone. Show More Summary
Already think Justin Bieber songs couldn't get more dramatic? Well, never say never. On Tuesday's "Late Late Show," host James Corden enlisted the help of his guests to make a soap opera using the lyrics of his multi-time "Carpool Karaoke"...Show More Summary
On Tuesday night's The Late Late Show, host James Corden adapted his buddy Justin Bieber's lyrics into a soap opera starring Salma Hayek, Ray Romano and Corden himself, with a special appearance by Gary Oldman. It turns out that "Love Yourself" and "Baby" make for highly dramatic dialogue. Show More Summary
The drama that is Justin Bieber has taken American on an emotional roller coaster — so much that it deserves its own television series. Called, oh, let's say The Bold and the Lyrical. The Late Late Show with James Corden delivered that...Show More Summary
Late night host James Corden has created a star-studded Justin Bieber soap opera. The Late, Late Show presenter enlisted the help of actors Salma Hayek, Ray Romano, and Gary Oldman to perform in a family based drama, titled 'The Bold...Show More Summary
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Everyone loves Justin Bieber songs because they've got a great beat and are catchy AF! But how dramatic and intense are the lyrics without the music?? The Biebs' Carpool Karaoke singing partner James Corden continued to show his love of EVERYTHING Bieber on Tuesday night as he used the pop artist's lyrics as dialogue in his fake [...]
Justin Bieber has written enough lovesick lyrics to fuel a soap opera. And on Tuesday night, The Late Late Show tested that theory, with host James Corden, Salma Hayek Pinault, Ray Romano and Gary Oldman co-starring in "The Bold and the Lyrical," a Bold and the Beautiful parody with dialogue ripped entirely...
This is a lot of drama for such a young man to sing about.
The Bieber-inspired 'Bold and the Lyrical' sketch appeared on Tuesday's 'Late Late Show.'
Justin Bieber lyrics are not celebrated for their subtlety, but how insidiously they implant themselves in your head and stay there for a minimum seven hours. The broad craziness of Bieber fever made his words a perfect fit for James...Show More Summary
The sheep currently thrilling New York audiences in Louis Andriessen’s De Materie are by no means the first farm animals to triumph on the lyric stage.
Marietta native Maria Valdes is on the cusp of a dream. For three months, she’s been rubbing elbows with childhood heroes. Exquisite costumes, cut to
The company will mark its 40th anniversary by presenting four operas on four different Boston stages as it continues to search for a permanent home.