Scheuer brings something unusual for his (and my) generation of entertainment, an absence of snark to this emotional material.
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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.
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.
In MOXIE Theatre’s PEERLESS, this teenage drama is elevated to Shakespearean levels, quite literally.
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.
Sometimes a Stage Mother is a magnificent sight to behold, like in the current production of GYPSY
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
“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’
This gentle unfurling is tempered with the humor that comes from the misunderstandings and the comedy that comes from manners and busy body relatives.
11 days, 17 venues and 90 shows. The 2016 San Diego International Fringe Festival is here!
‘Seize the Day’ and check out ‘Newsies’ at the Civic!
Vasquez chats about ’42nd Street’, the San Diego theatre community, his time at Juilliard and one of his worst auditions.
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.
Aimee Greenberg answers about directing fruitlessmoon theatreworks’ upcoming production of ‘Waiting for Godot’
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.
The show is both funny and incredibly sad and director Delicia Turner Sonnenberg blends the two perfectly.
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.