Plenty of Empathy in OnStage’s Wonderful ‘Mugre’

By David Dixon | September 16, 2023 |
Marcel Ferrin and Paul Araujo. (Photos courtesy of Anibal Alcaraz).

heatre has the power to take seemingly ordinary stories and make them riveting and impactful. A current staging that exemplifies this is OnStage Playhouse’s World Premiere production of Mugre, which is a drama about a short period of time in the lives of Mexican employees at a South San Diego car wash, Los Mojados.

Sacra/Profana Opens Its 2023-2024 Season Sunday at Downtown San Diego’s First Presbyterian Church

By Ken Herman | September 15, 2023 |

Sunday September 17 the choral ensemble Sacra/Profana opens its 2023-2024 season titled “A Love that Lifts Up” with a concert at First Presbyterian Church in downtown San Diego.

Impactful, Well-Performed ‘Cabaret’ Opens at The Old Globe

By Cassiopeia Guthrie | September 9, 2023 |
The cast of Cabaret. Photo by Jim Cox.

The dichotomy of Cabaret is always in the clash between the insidious underbelly of near-Nazi Berlin and the cheery revelry onstage in the Emcee’s Kit Kat Klub. Such is the case with the Old Globe’s version, performed on the Donald and Darlene Shiley Stage through October 6.

With the Annual Tchaikovsky Spectacular the San Diego Symphony Concludes its Summer Season

By Ken Herman | September 2, 2023 |

The most spectacular aspect of Friday’s San Diego Symphony Tchaikovsky Spectacular program at he Rady Shell was the brilliant keyboard artistry of pianist Steven Lin in Tchaikovsky’s Piano Concerto No. 1 in B-flat Minor.

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