Nishi la Tremenda y Sus Aliados Brings Latin Exuberance to ‘A Cross Border Mixtape’

By Ken Herman | September 24, 2023 |

The vibrant quintet Nishi La Tremenda y Sus Aliados presented its intoxicating array of musical styles in concert Friday at the First Unitarian Universalist Church in Hillcrest.

Disco and Dance Evoke Nostalgia in Moonlight’s ‘Saturday Night Fever’

By Cassiopeia Guthrie | September 23, 2023 |

Disco and dance collide in the electric retelling of the 1977 Nic Cohn film, Saturday Night Fever, currently running at Moonlight Amphitheatre through September 30.

The Hausmann Quartet Brilliantly Surrounds Haydn with Ned Rorem and Maurice Ravel

By Ken Herman | September 18, 2023 |

San Diego’s Hausmann Quartet played a program of Maurice Ravel’s beloved 1903 Quartet in F Major and Ned Rorem’s rarely heard 1994 String Quartet No 4 surrounding Haydn’s F-sharp Minor Quartet.

Clever and Ridiculous Antics Collide in The Roustabouts’ Hilarious ‘Savoyard Murders’

By David Dixon | September 17, 2023 |
David McBean and Phil Johnson (Photos courtesy of Ken Jacques.).

Earlier this year, the Artistic Director of The Roustabouts Theatre Co., Phil Johnson, starred in one of the most grim, tragic and intense satires of the year, gUnTOPIA. Johnson clearly has range, because he is now co-directing and starring in one of the silliest and funniest plays of the year, >The Savoyrard Murders.

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