"As we near the end of the season, many of the pieces that have been laid out are coming together."
This episode largely concerns the secrets that women so often carry, some of them to the grave.
The overture to Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's 1786 masterpiece "The Marriage of Figaro" is among the most popular in opera.
Philip and Elizabeth thwart the bombing of an American university, yet they're unlikely to receive a medal for their actions.
Circle X Theatre Co.'s production of Trevor is a true gem that makes venturing forth to L.A.'s live stages a rewarding endeavor well worth the effort.
This noisy production of Figaro is playwright Charles Morey's freewheeling adaptation of the 1786 "The Marriage of Figaro."
In this episode, Martha's world begins to fall apart, both on a professional and personal level.
It was with great interest that I attended the world premiere of the cleverly titled "Fugue."
In the latest episode we learn about the deadly craft of spying as it plays out in these damaged souls' lives. Targets, assets, friends, lovers, rivals.
In the extremely enjoyable Queen & Country legendary English director John Boorman treads familiar ground we've seen in various films.