Maybe NVA’s ‘The Weir’ Would Have Worked As a Staged Reading

By Martin Jones Westlin | October 13, 2015 |

It’s a paper-thin veil between life and death, it is, and the regulars at The Weir pub spin the yarns that prove it. But like the ghosts and goblins that color the supernatural tales in the plot, New Village Arts’ production of this Conor McPherson play is inexplicably lifeless.

A Weekend of Creative Adventures

By David Dixon | October 12, 2015 |

Four shows might sound like a lot to see in one weekend, but at the La Jolla Playhouse’s 2015 Without Walls (WoW) Festival, that was just a taste of what the event offered. There were more than 21 site-specific and immersive theatre projects ranging from drama, opera, dance and family friendly entertainment.

Somewhere, the Phantom’s Still At The Opera

By Welton Jones | October 11, 2015 |

So they say ‘The Phantom of the Opera’ has grossed over $6 billion worldwide, beating even blockbuster movies. And it’s still going strong in London and New York. But there apparently is still business in U.S. touring, even for a trimmed down version with a chandelier less than menacing.

Haunting, Cathartic ‘Healing Wars’ Hits Home

By Kris Eitland | October 10, 2015 |

We pass a frantic man tied up in an attic. It was his family’s attempt to keep him out of the Civil War…

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