A dark Biblical tale of hubris, lust, and self-destruction, written in the inimitable voice of Oscar Wilde. The beautiful Salomé is King Herod’s stepdaughter, who helps her mother Herodias exact a gruesome revenge on the prophet John the Baptist.
Sarah Nicolls is an experimental pianist. Here, Sarah performs on her own invention: the inside-out piano.
This sonata followed Schubert's three sonatinas for the same setting. There is a strong thematic unity, most obviously between the opening themes of the second and fourth movements.
The Trio No. 1 in B-flat major for piano, violin, and cello was written by Schubert in the last year of his life. It was published in 1836 as Opus 99, eight years after the composer's death. Like the E-flat major trio, it is an unusually large scale work for piano trio.
This thriller tells the tale of a Union spy working to seize control of the telegraph office in Richmond, Virginia in 1864. But as suspicions rise, a trap is being set...
Inspired by Plato’s Symposium, Leonard Bernstein’s five-movement Serenade was composed for solo violin, strings, harp and percussion and is considered a musical meditation on the nature of love.
William Nicholson's Shadowlands is the story of how C.S. Lewis—creator of the children's series The Chronicles of Narnia—lost his heart late in life to Joy Gresham, the American poet who began writing to him as a fan and eventually became his wife.
Lee Hall’s adaptation brings the charm and wit of Tom Stoppard’s and Marc Nolan’s Academy Award-Winning film from screen to stage.
Plagued by writer’s block, Will Shakespeare is surprised when he finds inspiration from young and beautiful noblewomen Viola de Lesseps, who is also a fan of his work. However, during a time when women were not permitted to act on the stage, Viola will stop at nothing for the chance to perform in one of his plays – keeping her disguise and their love a secret for as long as possible.
Shakespeare's Greatest Hits contains some of the most memorable scenes from thirteen of the Bard's greatest plays, including Macbeth, Romeo and Juliet, As You Like It, Hamlet, Othello, and many more.
Two young men set out to woo the alluring and upper-crust Kate and Constance. But is anybody in this rural estate truly who they seem? Bawdy hijinks and popped pretensions are the hallmarks of this romping frolic that's kept audiences laughing for over two centuries.
Taking the form of a monologue, Willy Russell’s one-woman play focuses on the life of a housewife from Liverpool before and after a holiday abroad.
When Shirley gets offered an all-inclusive trip to Greece, she doesn’t hesitate to leave her monotonous life behind for adventure and romance in the sun. Russell’s heart-warming comedy follows Shirley’s journey of transformation and self-discovery as she begins to see the world from a different perspective.
As a group of actors prepare for a rehearsal, six mysterious strangers challenge the company with the proposition that their story is more interesting than the play at hand. As each character's story begins to unfold, fact and fiction both unravel as the director loses sight of what is acting and what is real.
In a Fifth Avenue apartment, art dealer Flanders Kittredge and his wife Ouisa are trying to interest a moneyed friend in a $2 million investment. When an unexpected young guest arrives, claiming to be the son of Sidney Poitier, the plot takes some unexpected turns.