Art and religion are among the few things you never discuss in a bar. The two principals in Vantage Theatre’s fine ‘The Color of Light’ may or may not have visited a watering hole in their time, but amid the bond they forged within those topics, it doesn’t matter.
For Opera NEO’s 2018 Summer Opera Festival and Workshop, San Diego’s younger, adventurous opera company will feature a rare Handel opera, “Partenope,” Franz Lehár’s beloved chestnut “The Merry Widow,” and “Idomeneo,” a Mozart opera most opera lovers know by title only.
Percussion virtuoso Steven Schick had the San Diego Symphony marching to the beat of his drum Saturday (January 13) in Roberto Sierra’s tumultuous Percussion Concerto at the Jacobs Music Center . . .
The San Diego Symphony’s “It’s About Time Festival” opened Thursday (January 11) with a rousing, sophisticated all-percussion concert at Barrio Logan’s trendy Bread and Salt venue. To be certain, offering a concert of percussion ensembles that will fill a house takes audacity and astute programming skills. Fortunately, Festival Curator Steven Schick possesses these traits in […]
The American Revolution addressed from the perspective of a classic underdog in Lin-Manuel Miranda’s epic ‘Hamilton’ is also a revolution in theatrical application of the vernacular to the mythic.