Survivors of tragedies must deal with regrets but also guilt, Britta Johnson shows in a lovely new musical play at the Old Globe.
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English history leapt a century thanks in great part to the late Princess of Wales, whose story becomes a musical at the La Jolla Playhouse.
Aladdin gets the Princess and that Genie gets everything else is the Disney version of a tale more nor less from the ‘Thousand and One Nights.’ A good time is had by all except the bad guys.
Advice is only as useful and the receiver thinks it is. ‘Tiny, Beautiful Things’ at the Old Globe introduces an advisor with a passionate following which may baffle audiences who have their own preferred oracles.
The complications of a mixed-heritage marriage are both more involved and more enriching than might be expected in Danai Gurira’s ‘Familiar’ at the Old Globe.
Comparisons are useful, at best, as ways to keep the conversations going during the slack season.