Feb
17
2019

THE MOORS

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Reginald Theatre, February 9 6.5/10 Most of us enter a theatre for brief respite from dowdy lives. I don’t know why playwrights stopped cherishing theatricality, the lifeblood of their art form, but it’s happened to such a degree that a rarity like The Moors socks you fair in the imagination. Rampaging through this play is […]

Feb
16
2019

Myra Melford’s Snowy Egret

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THE OTHER SIDE OF AIR (Firehouse) 9/10 This is gripping music. Pianist Myra Melford may have penned all the compositions, but the members of Snowy Egret fly them to places of which she probably never dreamed. The intensity is unrelenting. Even when it’s in the form of lyrical beauty rather than ferocious energy, that beauty […]

Feb
15
2019

ALON ILSAR/HINTERLANDT

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107 Projects, February 7 6.5/10 Attending Alon Ilsar’s performance this time was ever more like peeking around the corner of the time-space continuum and glimpsing the future. It was there in the technology and its use, the presentation and, to a lesser extent, the music itself. The interrelationship between process and product is eternally fascinating. […]

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