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Solana Beach company staging perennially popular collection of comic plays
Andrew Lloyd Webber musical still a fan favorite, 37 years after its Broadway debut
Laurel Ollstein play, which is getting its West Coast premiere at Balboa Park theater, is based on real-life stories of female trainees in the '60s-era 'Mercury 13' program.
Play reunites actors who did the piece together more than a quarter-century ago here
Young Jean Lee's immersive play, which puts theatergoers in the middle of a worship service, gets local premiere.
New joint program will ensure professional development of works by writers trained in university's renowned MFA program
Carlsbad theater's team bringing modern influences to 18th-century play
Tony Award-winning singer and star of Old Globe-bred Broadway musical 'Allegiance' is joining orchestra here for a 'City Lights' concert.
Musical about gender-fluid performer a good fit for University Heights theater and its cozy performance space
U.S. premiere of chamber musical showcases a significant new voice in writer-lyricist-composer Britta Johnson
Theater's latest celebration of immersive and site-based performance will unfold at Point Loma-area arts district in October
Play by the writer of 'Same Time Next Year' crosses the decades
In some ways, “Mr. & Mrs. Fitch” is of another era.
'Perestroika' probes spirituality and human struggle as Tony Kushner masterwork concludes
There’s a party through one door, catastrophe through the other, and “Cabaret” asks: What would you do? Doesn’t seem such a hard question, until you consider that the party is more l…
The plays of Lynn Nottage have a way of taking on huge and difficult topics and distilling them into intimate, gritty and deeply authentic stories of individual lives in turmoil. They shy fr…
From “Cats” to Jane Austen to people in space — but not, alas, “Cats” in space — San Diego’s spring theater scene has a little bit of everything. Old Globe Theatre: "They Promi…
From “Cats” to Jane Austen to people in space — but not, alas, “Cats” in space — San Diego’s spring theater scene has a little bit of everything. Laurel Ollstein’s world-prem…
A late, great American playwright known best for his epic chronicles of the African-American experience will be celebrated March 30 with a day of free readings, panel discussions and more. I…
A little bit of Berlin is about to break out in Coronado, with the latest revival of the Kander & Ebb classic “Cabaret.”
For an “internationally ignored song stylist,” the one and only Hedwig Robinson is flirting awfully close to fame these days. (And Hedwig does love to flirt.) The wisecracking, gender-fl…
For an “internationally ignored song stylist,” the one and only Hedwig Robinson is flirting awfully close to fame these days. (And Hedwig does love to flirt.)
You can see how this thing got started: Somebody noticed that “chaps” is both a veddy British word for “fellows” and a term for the leggings favored by cowpokes. So, presto!
Step into Jesse J. Perez’s office at the University of San Diego and the first thing you spy might be the bobblehead dolls of Darth Vader and company lined up on a shelf.
British humor meets twangy country tunes in “Chaps!,” a musical comedy about a bunch of BBC types who find themselves posing as singing cowboys for a 1944 radio broadcast.
Who doesn’t love an “existential slasher comedy” as told through a feminist lens? The SDSU School of Theatre, Television, and Film is teaming with Moxie Theatre to stage this twist on …
Musical theater is rich with memorable and stirring sentiments: “No day but today.” “I could have danced all night.” “There’s a place for us.” And, of course: “Supreme execut…
Musical theater is rich with memorable and stirring sentiments: “No day but today.” “I could have danced all night.”
The world as it was — the world of 1985, when “Angels of America” begins — could hardly have imagined the news of 2019: Last week, it was announced that for the second time in histor…