Hilcrest’s Ion Theatre gives Amy Herzog’s recent drama 4,000 Miles a sharp, compelling staging on its intimate Black Box stage . . .
The Space Age comes to the mines of West Virginia and at least one boy, Homer Hickam Jr., made it out into the winder world. The amiable new musical at the Old Globe Theatre tells how.
Expanding San Diego Opera’s mission beyond the confines of the opera house has been a primary goal of General Director David Bennett and his current board of directors. At a press conference this week (September 21) aboard the U.S.S. Midway, Bennett announced a number of community partnerships with local veterans organizations that will unfold in […]
Audience and authorial tastes are changing all the time, and that’s why a Moliere adaptation (amid its originator’s bawdy humor) might not catch up in one fell swoop. Nonetheless, San Diego Repertory Theatre’s ‘Manifest Destinitis’ is a lot of fun as it looks at a core premise of 19th-century American expansionism.
The efficiency of numbers in the Chinese language and the demands of successful rice paddies have been suggested as clues to the academic success of Asian students. But the two discontented overachievers in ‘Tiger Style’ at the La Jolla Playhouse have never been near either one.