“Punctuating a week of high drama on the city’s performing-arts scene, Boston Lyric Opera has decided that it will not renew its lease at the Citi Shubert Theatre, its home for nearly two decades. Next fall it will move its productions to a temporary venue, one yet to be announced. This is a seismic development […]
The Boston Lyric Opera is leaving the Citi Performing Arts Center Shubert Theatre.
As sumptuous as a wedding cake, Shakespeare veteran Barbara Gaines has put a new spin on this traditional crowd-pleaser. Mozart’s enduring music creates the focal point around which Gaines has crafted a new production that preemptively rebuffs any potential claims by a new generation that opera is ‘stodgy.’ (read Clint May's entire review....)
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It's no secret that Taylor Swift lyrics tend to verge on the melodramatic, a fact that James Corden realized lends itself well to that celebrated genre of soap operas. For his Late Late Night Show, Corden enlisted the help of Julianne Moore and John Stamos. The result is the over the top, glass shattering breakup scene we've always wanted. Watch below:
Ryan Adams has gotten to share his reinterpretation of Taylor Swift songs with the world, and following that, Father John Misty shared (then unshared) a seeming spoof reinterpretation of Adams’ reinterpretation. …Read More
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We already know how great Taylor Swift's lyrics are set to her sick beats, but who knew her lyrics also made perfect soap opera dialogue? On Monday's The Late Late Show, Julianne Moore, John Stamos and James Corden teamed up for TheShow More Summary
Julianne Moore, John Stamos, and James Corden star in the soap opera The Bold and the Lyrical, and every one of their lines came directly from a Taylor Swift song! The trio took lyrics from “Blank Space,” “You Belong With Me,” and “I Knew You Were Trouble,” among many others, to tell the story of [...]
Dramatic. Bold. Evocative. These words all describe two things — soap operas and Taylor Swift lyrics! And James Corden proved that the two would seamlessly fit together in this amazing sketch! On Monday's Late Late Show, the host put on his best (Danny Zuko from Grease?) costume and starred opposite Julianne Moore in a soap opera sketch, [...]
This soap opera, seamlessly stitched together from Taylor Swift lyrics, elevates the themes of Swift songs—jealousy, empowerment, affairs—to a spoken-word dramatic performance starring Academy Award Winner Julianne Moore. It will deepen your appreciation for Swift and Squad. Show More Summary
If Taylor Swift's dramatic, whimsical and adoring lyrics are appropriate in any situation, it's a soap opera So James Corden developed a soap opera, featuring her iconic words as dialogue, starring himself, John Stamos and Julianne Moore for Monday's Late Late Show. Show More Summary
They joined James Corden for the episode of "The Bold and the Lyrical"
Who knew that Taylor Swift's lyrics would make perfect soap-opera dialogue? James Corden and the "Late Late Show" crew sure did.
Written by an Austrian (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart), with an Italian libretto (by Lorenzo da Ponte) based on a French play (by Pierre-Augustin Beaumarchais), "The Marriage of Figaro" - now in a new production at Lyric Opera - is set inShow More Summary
SATURDAY | "The Marriage of Figaro": Barbara Gaines returns to the Lyric to direct Mozart's comedic opera about a crazy day in an 18th century castle. Through Oct. 24 at the Civic Opera House, 20 N. Wacker Drive; 312-827-5600 and lyricopera.org "Sucker Punch": Roy Williams' play follows two aspiring...
Barbara Gaines was giving me a peek at the luminous set and sumptuous costumes that grace her new production of "The Marriage of Figaro," which will open the Lyric Opera season Saturday night at the Civic Opera House.
Chicago’s Lyric Opera reached a new agreement with its orchestra this weekend ‘without a single negative word appearing in media’ from either side, according to a satisfied negotiator. The Chicago Symphony, meanwhile, is out of contract and rumbling.
The local cabaret performances of “Glee” star Jane Lynch have shifted from a holiday present... The post Jane Lynch’s Lyric Opera shows move from December to June appeared first on Chicago Entertainment - Chicago Sun-Times.
Chicago has launched a Lyric Opera Bus for the northern suburbs. It costs $20 return, and you can have that second intermission drink without a second thought. Way to go. Read here.