“The Good Place” star William Jackson Harper shines as a man confronting past trauma in Eboni Booth’s brilliant “Primary Trust.” Plus, Ivo van Hove’s “Don Giovanni” at the Met.
Paul Mescal’s first film post-Oscar nomination is a viscerally moving, powerfully choreographed, modernized take on one of opera’s most classic tales.
The Met Opera and Philadelphia Orchestra’s adaptation of Michael Cunningham’s book and Stephen Daldry’s movie brings together Renée Fleming, Kelli O’Hara, and Joyce DiDonato.
“We are in close contact with Malakai and his family and full support is being provided,” a Royal Opera House spokesperson told The Daily Beast.
The film “Rudy! A Documusical”—someone somehow thought it was a great idea to pen an opera around Giuliani—premiered at the 2022 Tribeca Film Festival to groans and some walkouts.
Jazz’s greatest living composer Wayne Shorter always wanted to write an opera. Now, with collaborator Esperanza Spalding, and in the face of health problems and a pandemic, he has.
The Grammy-winning trumpet player and composer’s “Fire Shut Up in My Bones” is the first opera by a Black composer performed at the Metropolitan Opera in its 138-year history.