Robert J. Townsend as the wonderfully vain Captain Hook hooks the audience with his lacy garb and curly wig in the first few seconds…
Saturday (July 16), in the sanctuary of the First United Methodist Church of San Diego, Sacra/Profana presented in concert some 55 high school choristers who have been participating in that choral organization’s annual Summer Choral Intensive at Point Loma Nazarene University . . .
Jane Austen’s powers of enchanting the ordinary haven’t faded over two centuries and increasingly attract the attention of the music theatre. Paul Gordon, who offered the Old Globe an adorable ‘Emma’ just five years ago is back now, via Chicago, with an equally buoyant ‘Sense and Sensibility.’
Having the local premiere of The Twentieth-Century Way produced around the time of the San Diego LGBT Pride Parade and Festival makes perfect sense. Ion Theatre’s Off-the-Radar rendition is evidence of how much the laws on homosexuality changed since 1914.