Chen Shi-Zheng, who has staged opera and theater work around the world, has not presented a public piece in his native China since 1996. He hopes two major shows in Beijing will open eyes and minds.
Four leaders in five years. New initiatives that come and go. Financial pressures. The tumult that is challenging Lincoln Center and its future.
From Bernstein centennials at Tanglewood to Mahler in the desert, events across the county you don’t want to miss this season.
With the Lincoln Center Festival gone, Mostly Mozart plans to add more dance, new music and Japanese theater.
Jean-Christophe Maillot’s version of Shakespeare’s comedy is a postmodern mess that replaces the troupe’s reckless hugeness with slapstick cuteness.
“To the End of the Land” and “Yitzhak Rabin: Chronicle of an Assassination,” staged at the Lincoln Center Festival, underscore the elusiveness of concord.
The Lincoln Center Festival presented a transformed live-performance version of Morton Subotnick’s classic 1967 recording, “Silver Apples of the Moon.”
In Mohammad Al Attar’s new play, a 20-something Syrian is beaten nearly to death. Will his family and friends (and his country) ever recover?
“The Taming of the Shrew,” at the Lincoln Center Festival this month, showcases the vibrant, larger-than-life spirit the company is known for.