Even during Covid-19, people are finding creative ways to celebrate Halloween. A new audio series of stories offering chills is Listen with the Lights Off: A Radio Horrorshow, presented by La Jolla Playhouse’s Without Walls (WOW) Goes Digital Festival and produced by the literary and performing arts nonprofit organization, So Say We All.

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The timing could not be better for the world premiere of Roosevelt: Charge the Bear, presented by The Roustabouts Theatre Co. Available to watch until the night before Election Day, November 2, the wonderful drama delves into the life of the 26th President of the United States, Theodore Roosevelt.

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A universal truth is that sensitive topics cause heated exchanges. Moxie Theatre’s production of The Niceties, available to stream on Zoom, features two women from different generations, who argue about race and other issues that have been in the news lately.

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The 16th President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln, and the notable author, social reformer and abolitionist, Frederick Douglass, are often acknowledged as being two of the most influential men of the Civil War. While Lincoln continues to be respected for his actions against slavery, Douglass is not referenced nearly as much.

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Many shows that have premiered at The Old Globe and La Jolla Playhouse ended up thriving outside of San Diego. That being said, it is really impressive when new work, from smaller regional theatres, finds life in other parts of the country.

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Before North Coast Repertory Theatre’s Zoom video production of Human Error begins, Artistic Director David Ellenstein states in his introduction that the West Coast Premiere is a “timely” one. As audiences spend time with the main characters, it becomes clear why Ellenstein used that word.

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