A conversation with Marianne Elliott, director of the acclaimed Broadway revival of “Angels in America.” And a visit to the Morgan Library & Museum for a look at the exhibition “Tennessee Williams: No Refuge but Writing.”
The Metropolitan Opera presents “Cendrillon,” Jules Massenet’s 1899 operatic adaptation of the classic Cinderella story. Joyce DiDonato stars in the title role. The cast also features Kathleen Kim as the Fairy Godmother and Alice Coote as Prince Charming. The April 28th matinee will be transmitted throughout the world as part of the Met’s Live in HD series.
A visit to the Morgan Library & Museum for a look at the exhibition “Tennessee Williams: No Refuge but Writing,” which examines the creative process of a writer who often wrote about and reworked the raw materials of his personal life.
Over the past decade, Olivier and Tony Award-winning director Marianne Elliott has emerged as a major figure in the theater world on both sides of the Atlantic. She talks to NYC-ARTS about the acclaimed Broadway revival of “Angels in America.”