Good and Evil Get Confused in Moxie’s ‘The Mineola Twins’

By Bill Eadie | October 8, 2021 |

Paula Vogel’s play, The Mineola Twins, imagines that identical twins can grow up different in one way: one’s stance on social and political issues is liberal, and the other’s is conservative…

Gustavo Romero Returns in Splendid Form to the La Jolla Athenaeum

By Ken Herman | October 4, 2021 |

The return of Gustavo Romero and his annual piano recital series to the La Jolla Athenaeum Sunday, October 3, is yet another welcome sign that San Diego’s classical music scene is reviving after its pandemic shutdown.

The Truth Comes Out in Roustabouts Powerfully Acted ‘Book of Leaves’

By David Dixon | October 1, 2021 |

Secrets that family members keep is a reoccurring theme that is often used in entertainment. The Roustabouts Theatre Co.’s filmed reading of the drama, Book of Leaves, is tense to watch, as secrets are revealed between the onstage clan.

‘The Garden’ Begins Abbreviated Season at La Jolla Playhouse

By Bill Eadie | September 27, 2021 |

La Jolla Playhouse has enjoyed an ongoing relationship with Charlayne Woodard, both as an actor and as a playwright. Her new play, as both playwright and actor,…is a layered beauty hiding in a deceptively simple premise.

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