Posts Tagged ‘musical theater’
A rare chance to see a zarzuela!
Zarzuela is a Spanish musical theater genre that isn’t produced in this area very often, so I was thrilled when I had a chance to chat with mezzo Laura Virella and music director David Peralto about the current production of “Revoltosa” at GALA Hispanic Theatre in D.C.. The show runs through October 2; information is […]
The Art of Crossover: From Classical to Broadway
Many young performers begin their training with their hearts set on working in opera or ballet, but these days, they may find that they have to branch out into other art forms to find gigs. On Saturday, April 14, MedChi and the Baltimore School for the Arts are teaming up to present “The Art of […]
A Truly “Novel” Piece of Musical Theater
Baltimore’s Spotlighters Theatre is presenting A Sensation Novel from September 11-October 4. With a book by W.S. Gilbert and music by Michael Nash and T. German Reed, the show mocks both literary and theatrical conventions, and may also shatter some stereotypes about the “prim and proper” Victorians. Recently, I spoke with director Michael Blum and […]