“Leave your expectations at the door, just let your eyes explore…” sings Lola in “Kinky Boots”
Even the worst tragedies leave survivors who must find their healing as they can, says Nick Gandiello in a world premiere at the Old Globe Theatre.
What do two attractive, sexually healthy strangers do in a snowbound cabin with no electricity? They take their new relationship to the next level — and when the hard decisions eventuate, a faulty San Diego Repertory Theatre’s ‘Sex with Strangers’ says they can’t see the play through.
French baroque playwright Pierre Corneille’s ‘L’Illusion Comique’ was written in 1636 as a nod to theater’s intrinsic beauty. Tony Kushner’s eye and ear saw the inherent tribute to performance art — and North Coast Repertory Theatre’s ‘The Illusion’ has preserved it with an excellent entry.