Ivo van Hove’s greatly anticipated production of Sophocles’ Antigone has been somewhat of a focal point in this year’s Edinburgh International Festival programme. Juliette Binoche stars as the title character, who seeks to bury her brother Polyneikes, against the decree of the king (her uncle), Kreon. Continue reading Review: Antigone
Women in the arts industry can sometimes be required to write, produce, or star in works that undermine or outright insult their gender just to stay in the business. Opera, in particular, can be a very conflicting field for women to work in. Continue reading Review: Tutte Contro Verdi by iSIFUERA S.L.