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To celebrate The National Ballet of Canada’s 60th anniversary in 2011, Artistic Director Karen Kain commissioned internationally celebrated choreographer Alexei Ratmansky to create a new production of Romeo and Juliet. Rapturously received at its premiere the production was hailed a “new modern classic” by Toronto’s National Post. Totally fresh and brilliantly imagined, this new staging blends classical vocabulary with an intensely contemporary emotional edge to create an unforgettable version of one of the greatest dance dramas ever.
The outrageous new comedy and this season’s biggest off-Broadway hit, “Buyer & Cellar,” featuring Michael Urie (from TV’s “Ugly Betty”), written by Jonathan Tolins, directed by Stephen Brackett, will have its West Coast premiere as the fourth season production at the Mark Taper Forum, July 9 through August 17, 2014. The opening is set for July 13.
In “Buyer & Cellar” Alex More (played by Urie) has a story to tell. A struggling actor in Los Angeles, Alex takes a job working in the Malibu basement of a beloved megastar.
One day, the Lady Herself comes downstairs to play. It feels like a real bonding in the basement but will their relationship ever make it upstairs?
Each summer REDCAT celebrates the vitality of Los Angeles' vibrant and growing community of artists making work for the stage. We transform our theater into an artist-driven creative laboratory. Disciplines are challenged and blurred, traditions are re-imagined, and hybrid visions take hold.
This year's three-week festival launches eight new original works by Los Angeles dance, theater, music and multimedia performing artists. Check out what's NOW:
A Night at the Opera presents opera-related items from the Library of Congress Music Division, including manuscript and printed scores, librettos, photographs, and set designs dating from the late-eighteenth century through the beginning of the twentieth century. The exhibit also commemorates the bicentennials of opera composers Giuseppe Verdi and Richard Wagner, both born in 1813.