Ivo Van Hove’s Hedda Gabler at NYTW. The distillation of both the character choices and design elements to their essential qualities felt so smart and fresh to me.
Diary of a Madman
John Doyle's production of Company, with Raúl Esparza and Barbara Walsh. It was great theatre. As it should be, music was an integral part of the drama in this staging.
Even the orchestrations spoke to character relationships. Loved everyone in it and every moment of it. Mr. Esparza was beyond, beyond, beyond.
My family and I saw the revival tour of Show Boat at the Auditorium Theatre in Chicago. At the finale, the full company performed "Old Man River," and I get chills just thinking about it.
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