"John Cage's "Lecture on Nothing" (1949) is a rigorously structured 40-minute piece on nothing as something in its own right, not just the absence of any and every something. That's to say it's content"... (read full reviews)
"Had some great moments, interesting movements. Dancers are quite talented.
The music was very mesmerizing, and at times the repetitive sounds and movements can
get on your nerves. It was still a"... (read full reviews)
"The costuming was exceptional. The puppetry was very creative, excellent and immensely entertaining. The scenery was fairly plain but exhibited the location. The actors ranged in skill from fair to a"... (read full reviews)
"Not the usual evening at the theater. Colin, bared his feet and his soul to share in a rare and entertaining evening that spans his career, love and culture of the Irish Step Dance. Mixed meida of"... (read full reviews)
"The Phoenix Project Dance Company was an inspiration. It was a joy to see these dancers travel from all areas of the country to perform as a group for this company. Tremendously enjoyed the 'Tango'"... (read full reviews)
"Juxtaposing the story of Anne Frank with a contemporary 13 year old was very clever and worked well. The music was pleasant, and the pace was good. I would recommend it highly for parents and young"... (read full reviews)
"No one said that Cubalandia would take an hour, would be comedy in Spanish and that so many people would leave after that..how rude.
It was an injustice to Taylor to have him begin at almost 10PM. He"... (read full reviews)
"Tim was awesome with the paintings would have been great if the ones he painted were sold
I really wanted the Einstein painting would have been great on the wall in my living room. And a great memory"... (read full reviews)
"I enjoyed the Sudbury Guitar Trio creative expertise very much.
On a side note, I was thoroughly impressed with the ambience of walking up to Huntington Hall. The fountains, flowers in bloom, and a"... (read full reviews)
"This show featured excellent performances of well-known movie themes. Pianist Michael Chertok was warm, engaging, polished, and approachable, and his nuanced technique was simply superb."... (read full reviews)
"While I was not related to any of the talented youngsters who participated in MAYSfest, we attended because a friend of my daughters was playing his final time. We were not expecting the two"... (read full reviews)