Stories on workplace sexual abuse will fill newsholes for weeks to come — and as San Diego theater practitioners disconcertedly look upon them, they might want to reflect on the fact that their own house is far from in order.
Bodhi Tree Concerts and the men of Sacra/Profana produced “All Is Calm: the Christmas Truce of 1914” November 17-19, 2017, in San Diego’s Veterans Museum at Balboa Park. The 2:00 p.m. performance on November, 18, 2017, was viewed for this review.
Given the San Diego Symphony’s current season without a music director, the presence of guest conductor Johannes Debus conducting an all-French program this past weekend (November 11 & 12) provided welcome uplift . . .
Autism is a serious topic that’s been depicted in depth theatrically only in recent years. Aside from The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, there aren’t a lot of notable examples of shows that revolve around this neurodevelopmental disorder.
The death knell on humanity’s future has sounded, and ironically, it’s originated in man’s own creation. Robotics are an explicit threat to this species’ legacy and way of life — and in fruitlessmoon theatreworks’ fine « American Carnage: A Love Story, » the results are nigh unthinkable.
Pianist Richard Goode play a solo recital Friday (November 10) at the Irwin M. Jacobs Qualcomm Hall that was marked by interpretative depth and emotional maturity , , ,