Moxie’s dystopian drama ‘The Children’ an intriguing glimpse into the aftermath of nuclear disaster

By Cassiopeia Guthrie | November 12, 2022 |
Woman gesticulates while another woman looks on.

Dystopia, drama, and something sinister underlie Lucy Kirkwood’s play The Children, directed by Kim Strassburger and running through December 4 at the Moxie Theatre…

Pianist Daniil Trifonov Soars in Daunting Works by Schumann, Ravel, and Scriabin

By Ken Herman | November 11, 2022 |

Thursday Daniil Trifonov returned to The Conrad to play a nonpareil program of Tchaikovsky, Robert Schumann, Mozart, Ravel, and Scriabin.

Sprinkle of swing a surprisingly joyful addition to ‘Hamilton’ recipe as the tour arrives in San Diego

By Cassiopeia Guthrie | November 10, 2022 |
The company of Hamilton looks out in a star-like pose towards the audience.

A host of understudies opened Hamilton’s 11 day tour swing through San Diego and reaped the reward of a standing ovation. This production, in its return to the Civic through November 20, was artistry in motion, and the roaring audience was ready to experience it…

Art of Elan Brings More Contemporary Music to The San Diego Museum of Art

By Ken Herman | November 10, 2022 |

On Wednesday at the San Diego Museum of Art, the musical ensemble Art of Elan played works by Kevin Puts and other contemporary composers.

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