Strong Malashock Show Features Possible Successor

By Janice Steinberg | June 1, 2022 |

To a Michael Wall score that mixes crowd noises, breaking glass, and what sounds unnervingly like gunshots, five dancers advance warily, arms raised as if to ward off an attack. … The society Griffin creates onstage feels dangerous … and like an apt reflection of the present moment, in which the show took place outdoors on a chilly evening since we’re not yet done with COVID; and with a flag directly behind center-stage flying at half-staff in honor of the country’s latest mass shootings.

“I Hate Hamlet”: Of infinite jest, of most excellent fancy!

By Mark Burgess | June 1, 2022 |

Love Shakespeare’s Hamlet? Hate it? Never seen or read it? If you enjoy live theater, go see “I Hate Hamlet”, prepare to laugh and maybe reflect a little on life.

Payare and the San Diego Symphony Climax the Season with Beethoven’s Incomparable Ninth Symphony

By Ken Herman | May 29, 2022 |

With the assistance of the San Diego Master Chorale and four vocal soloists, Rafael Payare and the San Diego Symphony crowned their Saturday concert at The Rady Shell at Jacobs Park with Neethoven’s Ninth Symphony.

‘Paradise TBD’—the Brave New World of Opera at Bread & Salt

By Ken Herman | May 28, 2022 |

Clint McCallum’s new opera “Paradise TBD” at Bread & Salt on Friday fused an existentialist plot with a purely digital score and five amazing vocalists.

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