Lewis Carroll’s “Alice in Wonderland” and “Through the Looking Glass” are timeless classics, and there have been numerous lesser-known stage adaptations of his surreal books. One in particular is a musical written by the late Elizabeth Swados, Alice in Concert.
City Ballet of San Diego opened its “Balanchine and More” with “Who Cares?,” George Balanchine’s 1970 ballet set to nine Gershwin tunes. Lighthearted and flirty, the piece was a delicious kickoff for a program demonstrating the extraordinary care that has made City Ballet a stellar company whose dancers gobble up challenging repertory … and do it to a live orchestra.
San Diego Repertory Theatre has opened flamboyant new production of Madhuri Shekar’s “House of Joy” in the Lyceum Space. The house is a royal harem in 17th-century India, and the “joy” part is total irony.
“The costumes are so detailed and intricate…I wish everyone could see them up close and touch them…They are hand-stitched with love by true artists…and our tour has a new duet for Anna and Elsa titled “I Can’t Lose You…”
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