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.
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.
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…