Tag: the old globe

Review: ‘The Lion’ at The Old Globe

Scheuer brings something unusual for his (and my) generation of entertainment, an absence of snark to this emotional material.

With ‘October Sky’, the Sky is the Limit at The Old Globe

Like its main characters and their rockets, this show isn’t done growing up yet, but it is worth watching it progress on its way to being out of this world.

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.

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.

Steve Martin on ‘Bright Star’, a New Musical He Wrote: “My whole career has been, ‘If I can do this, then I might be able to do that'”

Because of all his great movie roles, it’s sometimes easy to forget that Steve Martin is something of a Renaissance man. When he’s not starring in movies he’s playing his banjo or writing (including music, novels, plays, screenplays). Martin’s latest project actually combines both: he has been collaborating with singer-songwriter Edie Brickell on a musical comedy, Bright Star, which will open at the Old Globe Theatre in San Diego on September 28. Martin spoke about the experience of writing a musical with the Los Angeles Times and what he learned about writing in his nearly fifty-year career. Martin points out ... Read more

Listen to Lea Salonga Sing ‘The Mountain’s Heart’, A New Song from The Old Globe’s ‘Allegiance’

Allegiance is gearing up for its premiere at San Diego's The Old Globe and ahead of the opening, the production has released a song from the upcoming Broadway-bound musical.