With a few days left of Passover, a holiday commemorating the exodus of Jews from Egypt and to freedom from slavery, it seems like a perfect time for a play dealing with another episode involving tragic Jewish history to be presented in San Diego. The North Coast Repertory Theatre’s world premiere story, Mandate Memories, involves issues regarding anti-Semitism, violence and making amends with others. It also reflects upon the...
Mid-spring is always a high season for choral performance, so I was programmed to venture out to St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Pacific Beach Saturday (April 12) to hear San Diego Pro Arte Voices, the new kid on the block in San Diego’s bustling choral scene . . .
'To Kill a Mockingbird' is a landmark novel, film and play on race relations as the national disgrace they once were. If you go to New Village Arts' excellent entry, you'll see why.
With a congenital deformity in both hips, Bill Shannon needs crutches in order to stand and walk. So he's come up with a unique way to dance, using Rocker crutches and - whee! - a skateboard. He performs and shares his investigations into "projected narratives" of disability at the White Box this weekend.
In terms of its intent, fine art is about as subjective an enterprise as you'll find. Famed abstract expressionist Mark Rothko will have none of that, and that's one thing that makes San Diego Repertory Theatre's 'Red' so good.