Category: San Diego

Fall in Love with ‘Love’s Labor’s Lost’ at the Old Globe

Nothing is more full of drama, grandiose and misbegotten plans, and over-the-top moments than youth.

Everything is Coming Up Rose in Cygnet’s ‘Gypsy’

Sometimes a Stage Mother is a magnificent sight to behold, like in the current production of GYPSY

Review: Roundabout Theatre’s Touring Production of ‘Cabaret’

Direct from Broadway, and as part of their 50th Anniversary Season, the critically acclaimed and award-winning Roundabout Theatre Company brings CABARET to the San Diego Civic Theatre

Alison Ewing Enjoys Revisiting ‘Cabaret’

“I love this role so much, this role is not the biggest role in this show or particularly that I have done, but it’ really wonderful to play her." - Alison Ewing on her role in 'Cabaret'

Review: ‘Sense and Sensibility’ charms at The Old Globe

This gentle unfurling is tempered with the humor that comes from the misunderstandings and the comedy that comes from manners and busy body relatives.

The 2016 San Diego Fringe Festival: Theatre, Comedy, Magic, Dance, Puppetry and So Much More

11 days, 17 venues and 90 shows. The 2016 San Diego International Fringe Festival is here!

Theatre Review: ‘Newsies’

'Seize the Day' and check out 'Newsies' at the Civic!

Director James Vasquez Talks SDMT’s ‘42nd Street’, San Diego Theatre and His Worst Audition

Vasquez chats about '42nd Street', the San Diego theatre community, his time at Juilliard and one of his worst auditions.

Review: ‘Rain: A Tribute To The Beatles’

As it says on the poster, Rain: A Tribute to The Beatles is the “next best thing to seeing” the iconic foursome. And whoever wrote that nice little quote is exactly right.

Q & A with fruitlessmoon theatreworks Artistic Director Aimee Greenberg

Aimee Greenberg answers about directing fruitlessmoon theatreworks' upcoming production of 'Waiting for Godot'

Review: ‘The Book of Mormon’ is Back and Not to be Missed

With a book, lyrics, and music by South Park’s Trey Parker, Matt Stone and Frozen’s Robert Lopez, it’s one of the most offensive and funniest shows you’ll ever see.

Review: Moxie Theatre’s ‘brownsville song (b-side for tray)’

The show is both funny and incredibly sad and director Delicia Turner Sonnenberg blends the two perfectly.

Review: ‘The Realish Housewives of San Diego: A Parody’

If you’re a fan of The Real Housewives or reality shows in general, then this show might be a good bet for some breezy weekend entertainment.

Review: ‘Riverdance: The 20th Anniversary World Tour’

The Irish dance show, currently on its 20th Anniversary World Tour, is a total phenomenon and after watching the show, it’s easy to see why it’s lasted this long.

SDMT brings a “White Christmas” to San Diego

There are some things that are the signal that the holidays have come around, depending on when you want to start celebrating.  For some that means fall with the return of Pumpkin Spice Latte, for others, it’s prepping the turkey, but for those that love the winter holidays it’s the return of the holiday musicals in San Diego.  For the fourth year, WHITE CHRISTMAS has returned to San Diego Musical Theatre where it has quickly established itself as an excellent holiday tradition. Following the plot of the movie musical of the same name, we start with Bob Wallace (David Engel) ... Read more

San Diego’s GI Film Festival Features Screenings, a Career Fair for Veterans and More

San Diego’s GI Film Festival, the first film festival to focus solely on the military, is in full swing with events happening in Coronado, Mission Valley and even the U.S.S. Midway.

Review: New Set Brings New Life to ‘The Phantom of the Opera’

Judging by the long and winding line in front of the merchandise booth, The Phantom of The Opera will have no trouble selling tickets for its run at the San Diego Civic Theatre.

San Diego Musical Theatre’s Lively and Lovely ‘La Cage Aux Folles’

San Diego once again has a La Cage aux Folles to attend, the cagelles to enjoy and in-laws to meet. San Diego Musical Theatre presents this show through October 11th at the Spreckels Theatre. Georges (Robert J. Townsend) and Albin (David Engel) run a successful French nightclub where Albin works as the talented and beautiful Zaza. Georges is the emcee, producer, and the calm behind the storm that is his partner. Their lives are turned upside down when Georges son, Jean-Michel, announces he is engaged. To make things worse, his future father-in-law, the uptight, conservative politician that is running on ... Read more

Megan Hilty: Broadways Star Sings in the Moonlight

For one night only, you'll get the chance to see this star under the stars at Moonlight Stage, Friday, October 2nd at 8pm!