The articles being published today reflect that viewpoints of several of our writers on the San Diego Arts scene at the end of 2017. You’ll find each piece as a separate publication on the San Diego Story site. We’re posting them alphabetically by the author’s last name…
Everything else that isn’t a critical review
Wendy Whelan’s duet “First Fall” with Brian Brooks has grown to a new suite, “Some of a Thousand Words,” and the string quartet Brooklyn Rider performs with them LIVE
Choreographer turned opera director Kyle Lang gives his insights into San Diego Opera’s production of Laura Kaminsky’s “As One,” a chamber opera based on the psychological journey of a transgender woman, that opens Friday, November 10, 2017 . . .
Director Seán Curran Brings His Own Catlike Tread into San Diego Opera’s Production of ‘The Pirates of Penzance’
Noted dance guru and respected choreographer Seán Curran is directing the upcoming San Diego Opera production of Gilbert and Sullivan’s ‘The Pirates of Penzance’. He gives his take on the role of dance and movement in opera . . .
“I was focused on themes of feminism and solidarity when the presidential election hit us…we all had different reactions. The dance asks questions: What if you don’t agree with your other sisters? What does it mean to be an American? What is a feminist?”