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Camarada’s Tunes for a Sultry Summer Night in the Barrio

By Ken Herman | September 28, 2015 |

San Diego’s classy chamber music collective Camarada took its movable feast back to Bread and Salt in Barrio Logan Sunday, combating the sultry weather with a concert of mellifluous airs . . .

The Best of Times Continue

By David Dixon | September 27, 2015 |

There are a few reasons why La Cage aux Folles has remained popular since premiering on Broadway in 1983. The material is crowdpleasing entertainment with sunny songs from Jerry Herman and broad humor courtesy of playwright Harvey Fierstein.

Old Globe Has Plenty Dancing and Donna McKechnie Too

By Welton Jones | September 26, 2015 |

A full buffet of dances styles, stories and settings spills over the Old Globe Stage for ‘In Your Arms,’ a musical memory play graced by the presence of none other than Donna McKechnie, who won musical immortality in ‘A Chorus Line.’ The original.

Moxie Stages a Refreshing ‘Orange Julius’

By Bill Eadie | September 26, 2015 |

Orange Julius is not just a promising play by a young writer. It’s an assured, mature, work that challenges and moves well beyond expectations…

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