The moon must be tended to or chaos threatens in the PigPen Theatre Co. folk drama ‘The Old Man and the Old Moon,’ written, staged and performed by the 10-year-old ensemble at the Old Globe Theatre.
On paper, a story about a scheming con man doesn’t sound like a Broadway hit for the ages and for all ages. Yet The Music Man continues to be a beloved singing and dancing comedy, mainly due to Meredith Willson’s cheerful book and rousing songs.
Ballast is not only the title but the central metaphor of a thoughtful, eloquent, world premiere play by Georgette Kelly, now playing at Diversionary Theatre…
For some professionals, making music is more trouble than it’s worth amid the pressures of the business. For the Four Seasons, those pressures created two very different entities, as Broadway San Diego’s very good ‘Jersey Boys’ reflects.
Many shows at Lamb’s Players Theatre celebrate the accomplishments of influential men and women. The Coronado theatre company has told stories about great people such as Sigmund Freud, Helen Keller, Marlene Dietrich and William Shakespeare.
Margin of Error is an interesting work about competition for prestige in big-time academic physics, and parts of the plot could have been taken from headlines about sexual harassment and assault at universities. If it’s not completely successful it’s an entirely engaging evening of theatre…