Sigmund Freud and C.S. Lewis get into a lengthy discussion about whether religion helps or harms society.
San Diego State University’s resident Hausmann Quartet offered a programming formula at Sunday’s (April 12) concert that I wish other string quartets would readily adopt: an equal division of brand new compositions and a familiar staple of the repertory . . .
It’s a shame that a talented cast is wasted in a production that only scratches the surface…
Barbra Streisand wrote a book about the fantasy mall in the basement of her Malibu home and playwright Jonathan Tolins took over from there, imagining not only the place but the guy hired to work there. Very ingratiating the result, now at the Old Globe Theatre.
Exceeding the high expectations of Friday’s (April 10) bustling, capacity audience at La Jolla’s Sherwood Auditorium, 24-year-old Russian piano virtuoso Daniil Trifonov soared with a brilliant recital of Bach, Beethoven and Franz Liszt . . .
At Bread and Salt in Barrio Logan, that venue’s bold, brash current art installation is titled “Sight and Sounds.” Thursday’s Fresh Sound presentation of the percussion duo On Structure at Bread and Salt might have been easily titled “Sight, Sounds and Silence” . . .