The color blue is known for feelings of peace and calmness, but there’s a certain company of performers who give the color much more meaning.
The Old Globe 2011 Shakespeare Festival continues with a play that’s both dark and highly entertaining.
Is “The Tempest” truly the final play William Shakespeare wrote alone? This is a question many critics have asked, though the answer is not certain. The intriguing mystery cannot be ignored in The Old Globe’s mystical adaptation of the much beloved comedy.
Louisa May Alcott’s famous semi-autobiographical novel “Little Women” was influential for the many likeable characters it introduced to readers and its message of female empowerment.
The Don Powell Theatre will be ending San Diego State’s strong season of theater with a production of the musical “Little Women.”
Internationally acclaimed sensation “STOMP” is returning to San Diego for the first time since 2007.
Many young adults do not get along too well with both their parents and siblings.
There is something darkly magical about “Groundswell,” an absorbing drama now playing at The Old Globe Theatre. It starts out as a sentimental semi-satire about a shady economic business, and eventually becomes a shockingly chaotic thriller.
There’s no need to go over the rainbow to find some fun this week in San Diego.
A 63-year-old traveling salesman named Willy Loman (Emmy and Tony Award nominee, Jeffrey DeMunn) is losing his touch with reality. From the opening scene Willy seems to be in a surreal state of mind.
Emma Woodhouse (played by Patti Murin) is an unofficial matchmaker in 19th century Hartfield, England. While she does not think much about getting married herself, Emma likes to help singletons find love with those she personally approves.
The first play of the season at the Don Powell Theatre is a good old-fashioned screwball comedy. Taking place in Paris in 1908, “Paradise Hotel” is about a man, Benoit Pinglet, who is in a loveless marriage with his cruel wife Angelique. Benoit finds out that his best friend Henri Paillardin is also having marital difficulties with his spouse Marcelle. Because Benoit has an obvious crush on Marcelle, he persuades her to have an affair with him.