It’s pointless to recount the events that frame today’s urban life, primarily because everybody already has. MOXIE Theatre’s current “brownsville song (b-side for Tray),” however, looks close at the cause of such tragedies and at the lives of those touched accordingly, and it does it very well.
Logan Heights was awash with art lovers during a large neighborhood open house for the newly completed Athenaeum Art Center that opened to the public on Saturday, February 6th, 2016. The center is the new offsite campus for the Athenaeum Music & Art Library’s respected art school, which also still holds classes at their La […]
Tchaikovsky’s mighty Piano Trio in A Minor was given a first rate performance by the Montrose Trio Saturday (February 6) at La Jolla’s Sherwood Auditorium . . .
France was so ripe for a Revolution in 1738 when somebody named Alexis Piron wrote a farce about pop poets which translates, sort of, as The Metromaniacs and offers a splendid opportunity for mindless gamboling at the Old Globe Theatre, where…