In his bitter, angry portrayal of life in the doomed Ancien Régime, Choderlos de Laclos describes, in 1782, the depravity of high society and provides us with a powerful study of sex as a tool in manipulative power games that touches the heart of every reader, even today.
Bilac Sees Stars
The story is set in the early 20th century, during the pinnacle of the Belle Époque in Rio de Janeiro, featuring historical characters such as poet Olavo Bilac and journalist José do Patrocínio, in a comic plot mixing fictional and historical elements.
Rocío Márquez presents Rites and Geographies for Federico García Lorca
The album of folk songs recorded by La Argentinita and Lorca is exceedingly well known. Rocío Márquez and her musicians have not attempted to take on that repertoire, or at least not merely that. Rather, it is about dramatizing in the sense of internalizing, expanding their work.
Why are you wearing a tailcoat?
Ivan Lomov, a long-time neighbor of Stepan Chubukov, comes to propose to Chubukov's daughter Natalia. After receiving a cheerful permission to marry Natalia he gets into an argument with her about the Oxen Meadows, a disputed piece of land between their respective properties.
Debussy Alone on Stage
Debussy Alone on Stage is a musical with dramatic moments in the company of one of the greatest French composers, interpreted by a virtuoso pianist and an outstanding dramatic actor.
The Russian Misfortune, adapted from “Woe from Wit”
The Russian Misfortune is an original musical adaptation of the great Russian’s classical comedy "Woe from Wit" by Aleksander Griboyedov. This tribute to a text well-known to all Russians, is full of humour and irony. All the roles are played by young actors who cast a new light on the political context of the time.
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