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Ionarts À mon chevet: ‘Les deux poètes’

À mon chevet is a series of posts featuring a quote from whatever book is on my nightstand at the moment.

By the beginning of September, Lucien had ceased to be a printer’s foreman; he was M. de Rubempré, housed sumptuously in comparison with his late quarters in the tumbledown attic with the dormer-window, where “young Chardon” had lived in L’Houmeau; he was not even a “man of L’Houmeau”; he

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Ionarts À mon chevet: ‘1Q84’

À mon chevet is a series of posts featuring a quote from whatever book is on my nightstand at the moment.

The taxi’s radio was tuned to a classical FM broadcast. Janáček’s Sinfonietta — probably not the ideal music to hear in a taxi caught in traffic. The middle-aged driver didn’t seem to be listening very closely, either. With his mouth clamped shut, he stared straight ahead at the endless

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Ionarts For Your Consideration: ‘Dunkirk’

Mark Rylance in Dunkirk, directed by Christopher Nolan
Director Christopher Nolan’s previous movies have ranged from the intriguing (Memento, The Prestige) to the over-budgeted and overblown (Inception, yet more installments of the Batman franchise). He has reportedly long wanted to make a film about the evacuation of British armed forces from the French beaches at Dunkirk in 1940, and his box

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Ionarts ‘The Originalist’ returns to Arena Stage

(L to R) Brett Mack (Brad), Edward Gero (Antonin Scalia), and Jade Wheeler (Cat) in The Originalist
(Gary W. Sweetman/Asolo Repertory Theatre)
When John Strand’s new play The Originalist first ran at Arena Stage, two years ago, it ruffled audience feathers. The show returns this summer — I saw it on Friday evening in Arena’s Kreeger Theater — after the election of Donald Trump has made

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Ionarts Touring production gives ‘King and I’ another shot

Mrs. Anna (Laura Michelle Kelly) arrives in Bangkok, The King and I (photo by Matthew Murphy)
It’s a Rodgers and Hammerstein summer at the Kennedy Center. First, a touring production of The Sound of Music made a new case for the power of the last collaboration between Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II. This week another touring production, directed by Bartlett Sher, tried to do the same

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Ionarts À mon chevet: No et moi

À mon chevet is a series of posts featuring a quote from whatever book is on my nightstand at the moment.

Lucas writes me little notes in class. He folds them over and slides them in front of me. ‘Awful!’ when the English teacher wears a strange skirt with fringes and pearls around the hem. ‘He can sod off’ when Mr Marin has given him his umpteenth zero. ‘Where’s the gnome?’ because Gauthier de

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Ionarts To Judge a Musician by his Hair!

The issue of performer-and-hair has recently come up on a conversation thread on the instagram account of the fellow writer, obsessed listener, and musical explorer “foreignwords” (he runs the podcast & website Fugue for Thought). There, the cellist Carmine Miranda, having just joined the social media world, found a mention of himself regarding his recording of the Dvořák and Schumann cello

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Ionarts ‘Little Mermaid’ flounders amiably at Wolf Trap

The Disney Company knows how to line their pockets. They carefully guard their most popular products, their movies, and string people along with countless related paraphernalia. Such is the case with the musical version of The Little Mermaid, which is visiting Wolf Trap this weekend. It has the big songs from the beloved movie, fleshed out into a merely adequate musical form (music by Alan

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Ionarts Hairy Matters—Classical Performance, Criticism and Coiffure:&nbspThe Daniel Müller-Schott Interview (Supplementary Post)

The issue of performer-and-hair has recently come up on a instagram conversation thread of the always interesting fellow writer, obsessed listener, and musical explorer “foreignwords” (he also runs the podcast & website Fugue for Thoughts), where cellist Carmine Miranda, having just joined the social media world, found a mention of himself regarding his recording of the Dvořák and Schumann cello

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