The well-known tale probably existed before the Brothers Grimm and might be most known through Walt Disney for those who are not balletomanes. The immortal classic with choreography by Marius Petipa and music by Peter I. Tchaikovsky needs no explanation and no introduction for ballet lovers.
The celebrated pianist Daniil Trifonov and estimable baritone Matthias Goerner presented a song recital at Matthews Theatre at the McCarter Theatre Center/
Modern master and composer George Benjamin’s opera, Written on Skin is now being presented by Opera Philadelphia at Philadelphia’s Academy of Music only until February 18. Written on Skin is an extraordinary work of considerable beauty which should not be missed.
Sweetumses, this week’s All Stars put my balloon knot all in a twist. My cat Phi Phi coughed up hairball after hairball after hairball, but when the dust settled, everybody felt a little bitch better. So let’s fire up the jets and get in the tub.
Stones in His Pockets, a play by Marie Jones, directed by Lindsay Posner, is now at the Berlind Theatre at the McCarter Theatre Center until February 11.
Hey now. It’s All Stars. Get your fame on. Let’s play. I just watched episode two with my corgis Kremy Ma, Uniqla, Minerva, and Shan’t, and we have a few thoughts. But we’re gonna keep it cute. Like Meemaw Ru, we do sassy but we don’t do bitchy. But also we also aren’t sure of the difference. Ochre?
Call Me by Your Name is one of those films that will take you unaware. Perhaps it’s due to it being (somewhat incorrectly) labelled as a gay love story, and a complicated one at that, since it does involve a minor and an adult in a same sex relationship.