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…
Henry was content to tend to his dahlias and otherwise fritter away his post-retirement — but his aunt Augusta had other plans, plans she’d unfurled all her life. North Coast Repertory’s very good ‘Travels with My Aunt’ charts their course to that effect.
The struggles of four workers on the base level of a collapsing auto industry become a gritty metaphor for a human race struggling with the grinder of past against future in Dominique Morisseau’s very american play ‘Skeleton Crew’ at the Old Globe.
For better or worse, the Crosby-Hope “Road” pictures took a lot of the public by storm. San Diego Repertory Theatre is currently mounting a lookalike, with the hope of drawing attention to national reawakening. Only one problem: It. Doesn’t. Work. AT ALL.