With the large number of shows of varying quality that are presented each year at the San Diego International Fringe Festival, it’s easy to overlook and miss some high-quality works. Luckily for us, several of these plays return for limited engagements.
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It has only been fairly recently that society has begun to treat people with Down syndrome with some care and respect. For a long time, people with this genetic disorder were considered mad and confined to asylums with poor conditions and little contact with the outside world.
Hershey Felder typically writes and stars in shows that feature him playing a famous musician and composer. What’s different about San Diego Repertory Theatre’s production of Beethoven, however, is that he plays Dr. Gerhard von Breuning, a physician and friend of Ludwig van Beethoven.
Reuniting with people with whom one has lost touch isn’t always an easy task and, in some instances, can seem out of the question. A reunion between two brothers fuels the emotional world premiere of The Hour of Great Mercy at the Diversionary Theatre.
February 11, 2019 saw the presentation of the 2018 Craig Noel Awards at the Jacobs Center for Neighborhood Innovation, and the celebration of the best in San Diego Theatre. Those honored received plaques from members of the San Diego Theatre Critics Circle.