Spending time with an extended family is a relatable experience for almost everyone. It can be awkward because people are often so far removed from each other that it is hard to find common interests and values.
There have been many theatrical events based on arguably the most famous man in history, Jesus Christ. Now, a rock opera about the messiah is playing at the La Jolla Playhouse.
It has been 14 years since “Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas!” premiered at San Diego’s Old Globe Theatre.
On paper, “Lydia” may sound like a feel-good story about a mysterious stranger who helps a dysfunctional family learn the importance of love and togetherness. Thankfully, the show is not that obvious in its handling of emotions or plot developments.
Musicals have become so diverse and ever-changing in the past few decades. Good old-fashioned, mindless entertainment is barely alive on Broadway or in San Diego.
The 2009 Tony Award-winning musical “HAIR: The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical” will play the San Diego Civic Theatre for a limited engagement beginning tomorrow.
In The Old Globe’s production of “Richard O’ Brien’s The Rocky Horror Show,” don’t be surprised to see an audience member dressed up as the famous fictional transvestite, Frank ‘N’ Furter.
Some people do not think dreams of making it big in Hollywood or on Broadway are realistic.
The term thought-provoking is an understatement when it comes to describing San Diego State’s production of “Doubt: A Parable.”
San Diego State’s new season of theater is starting on a high note with the Pulitzer Prize-winning play, “Doubt.”
Spreckels Theatre, one of the oldest and most beautiful venues in San Diego, hosted a lovely show on both Friday and Saturday nights this past weekend.
A wonderful venue for lovers of musicals and drama, The Old Globe consistently produces incredible theatrical experiences.