Playing Stephen in the 50th Anniversary cast of LINE as a New York debut is NOT TOO SHABBY for Danny Berger. Across the river, however, in New Jersey, he’s a prominent figure with credits that include Samuel Beckett’s The Lost Ones. Before he is too famous in NYC for us, we grabbed him for a few thoughts. We hear […]Read More Danny takes Manhattan!
The Review of the Bronx Opera Company’s The Marriage of Figaro reviewed by Inola M. McGuire The production of the Bronx Opera Company of The Marriage of Figaro was a performance fit for venues in Manhattan in terms of its quality. The sets and costumes were outstanding; and the actors’ performances were exceptional. In retrospect, […]Read More Figaro’s Fun in the Bronx
Reviewed by Robert Gulack I know some folks who have just been to one hell of a party. They’re drunken carousers with their clothing in serious disarray, guests of a woman named Violetta who definitely gets around. They fill the stage with naughty horseplay in the Bronx Opera’s current production of Verdi’s LA TRAVIATA. I […]Read More VIOLETTA MAY BE WAYWARD — BUT THIS PRODUCTION SURE ISN’T
A review by Christopher Sirota I had an extremely fungible time last Saturday night, January 18th, at the Hunter College Kaye Playhouse where The Bronx Opera Company perfumed Kirke Mechem’s The Rivals… a comic opera full of malapropisms as it is based on Sheridan’s 1775 comedy of the same title from which the term “malapropism” […]Read More Rivals Revel in Fun
A season round-up by Christopher Sirota Photo provided by Andrew Liebowitz/WrightGroupNY Hansel & Gretel Often in both film and theater intended for children, directors lose track of this goal in the hope for a wider audience. Such was my experience last Saturday night during the Bronx Opera’s performance of Engelbert Humperdinck’s Hansel and Gretel. This 19th […]Read More 2012: A Magical Year for The Bronx Opera