“The Last Five Years” reminds us that love is worth the risk. It tiptoes between a drama and a comedy, and the circular structure is compelling. We can imagine Cathy and Jamie in a sequel, titled “The Next 10 Years.”Read More
Nearly 100 dancers auditioned in July, and Isaacs’ San Diego Dance Theater hired about 50 dancers. Six choreographers selected dancers to perform along the trolley line for two weekends, Sept. 27 and 28, and Oct. 5 and 6. They’ll dance five times daily along an expanding light-rail system. Choreographers include: Jeremy Zapanta, Kevin Jenkins, Anjanette Maraya-Ramey, Lara Segura, Angel Acuna, and Regula Mahler…Read More
A nimble and diverse cast and director Scott Thompson give scenes contemporary relevance, as prisoners may be seen as migrants and refugees.
While there are no metallic solar blankets, huddled prisoners wait for their captors to lower a flight of steps into a darkened pit and drag out unlucky souls. Watching the steps being lowered is chilling…
“I believe” some may find “The Book of Mormon” too irreverent. But remember the heartwarming characters and message. F-bombs and C-word are excessive, still, it remains one of the funniest musicals, and the ending is romantically hopeful.Read More
“We are transported to 1956, when Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, and Elvis Presley meet at Sam Phillip’s Sun Record Studios in Memphis, when the four men are still in their 20s…Read More