Greenberg chats about the show, actors and San Diego audiences.
Disney’s The Little Mermaid is docked at the Civic Theater this week and judging from the reactions of the kids in the audience watching Ariel (Diana Huey), Sebastian (Melvin Abston) and Scuttle (Jamie Torcellini) come to life, it’s going to make a big splash here in San Diego. The story is the same as the animated classic: Ariel, a young mermaid with a beautiful singing voice who has a penchant for disobeying her father, King Triton (Steve Blanchard) and his rules, especially when it comes to her curiosity about the world of humans. When she rescues Prince Eric (Eric Kunze) ... Read more
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Aaron Harrington is absolutely fantastic as Tom Collins and Katie LaMark is equally good as Maureen.
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Scheuer brings something unusual for his (and my) generation of entertainment, an absence of snark to this emotional material.
Run, jump, swing from a web, fly in your invisible jet, or whatever you have to do to see this show!
This play has enough local and current cultural humor that it doesn’t feel like it will get dated.
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Actor/Director Jamie Torcellini chats about the show and cast, his time as a young actor in New York City and his worst audition ever.
The GI Film Festival is back for its second year with even more film screenings, panel discussions, a family movie night and an awards ceremony.
Nothing is more full of drama, grandiose and misbegotten plans, and over-the-top moments than youth.