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One of the brightest choreographers sets his sights on A.R.T. and "Waitress".
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Actress and singer Jessie Mueller talks waiting tables, resume fibs and Disney princes.
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Loud, inspired and more than a little deranged, "Ubu Sings Ubu" mixes a Google Translate version of Alfred Jarry's 1896 scatalogical satire, "Ubu Roi," with songs written by the experimental rock band Pere Ubu. And it works. This is "Ubu" as punk cabaret, dynamic dance numbers and all.
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Sara Bareilles discusses her theatre roots with Playbill.com and the fear behind taking the plunge into composing for the stage.
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Mr. Aucoin, rather like Janacek in his operas, writes music that activates the text. In whole stretches, the orchestra almost hugs each word with some piercing harmony, or doubles a vocal line with instruments.
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Aucoin’s music, especially in his solo vocal writing, can be highly emotional and chromatic, often built on series of thirds or fourths, rather than stepwise or tonal melodies.
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The piece is richly detailed, psychologically nuanced and philosophically provocative.
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The composer, conductor, poet, pianist and critic may be the most promising operatic talent in a generation. But can he handle the spotlight?
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The singular talents of Mandy Patinkin and Taylor Mac — yes, you read that correctly — combine to delightful effect in “The Last Two People on Earth: An Apocalyptic Vaudeville,” the weird and weirdly transfixing entertainment having its premiere here at American Repertory Theater.
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The singular talents of Mandy Patinkin and Taylor Mac — yes, you read that correctly — combine to delightful effect in “The Last Two People on Earth: An Apocalyptic Vaudeville,” the weird and weirdly transfixing entertainment having its premiere here at American Repertory Theater.
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