Author Archives: Charles Ouyang
Political incorrectness is at the core of The Taming of the Shrew, and this production is a rather faithful interpretation of the work. Let the easily offended beware! Continue reading
I do not profess to be an expert in musicology, but to use a colloquialism, I know it when I hear it. I can therefore say the recent performance of Handel’s Israel in Egypt by the Nassau Sinfonia and the Princeton Glee Club was most certainly good.
For those who derive pleasure from the works of late twentieth-century American playwrights, Theater Intime’s Freshman One-Act Festival likely proved to be rather enjoyable. For the rest of us, the result was significantly more disappointing. Continue reading
PUP’s new production of “Nine” is a Bildungsroman told out of order. It follows the loss of innocence and mid-life crisis of an Italian film maker named Guido Contini. Continue reading