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This live concert spectacle features Elfman’s unforgettable Tim Burton film scores conjured vividly on stage.
Mark O’Rowe distills Richard II, Henry IV parts I and II, and Henry V into a single narrative, directed by Garry Hynes.
Often compared to Romeo and Juliet, this story of passion pitted against impossible odds is one of the most famous love stories in all of Chinese literature.
To coincide with DruidShakespeare, Irish and American experts discuss the relationship between Shakespeare and Ireland.
An intimate conversation with Grammy, Emmy, and Tony-winning conductor John Mauceri and violinist Sandy Cameron.
Filled with bravura choreography, The Red Detachment of Women remains one of China's most popular ballets.
Meet the musicians and composers and hear them discuss their respective works and collaborations.
This operatic gem has been called one of Strauss’s supreme love letters to the soprano voice.
The ensemble debuts new works from three extraordinary contemporary French composers in the intimate surroundings of Lincoln Center’s Kaplan Penthouse.
Franz Welser-Möst conducts Messiaen's sensual and romantic Chronochromie and Dvořák’s rapturous Symphony No. 5.
A sublime pairing of Beethoven's masterful “Pastorale” and Strauss's Symphonia domestica conducted by Franz Welser-Möst.
Director Declan Donnellan and designer Nick Ormerod return with their company to bring an ingeniously re-imagined version of Alfred Jarry’s absurdist play.
Vocal virtuoso David Moss performs a portion of Partch’s musical text in this hybrid lecture-performance.
Encounter novelist Haruki Murakami’s blend of magical realism, suspense, humor, and sensuality in this tale of two parallel journeys.
Ensemble Musikfabrik makes use of a fantastical array of self-designed and painstakingly constructed instruments to realize the eccentric pioneer’s series of soundscapes.
American playwright John Guare digs into the visionary collaboration between director Declan Donnellan and designer Nick Ormerod.
A tragic tale of two trains in love conceived by Rezo Gabriadze, who marries humor and heartbreak in a world of marionettes.
In this edgy staging set in present-day Russia, Strindberg’s ground-breaking “modern woman” blooms in the hands of renowned director Thomas Ostermeier.