Your universe is as big, or as small, as you care to make it — after all, it’s your universe. ‘The Wind and the Breeze,’ Cygnet Theatre Company’s current entry, can’t quite decide between the dimensions, but its spirit and production values count for a lot.
The resilience of the human soul is sorely tested by the culture engulfing it in ‘A Thousand Splendid Suns,’ a lyrical look at the horror of late 20th Century Afghanistan by Ursula Rani Sarma i at the Old Globe Theatre.
War and sexual assault are two issues that continue to affect countless people. A few of the selections at the UCSD Theatre & Dance: Wagner New Play Festival, How to Defend Yourself and SERE handle these subjects in ways that are highly impactful.
“There is nothing like a dame,” and there is nothing like a musical to send a strong message on racism and stereotypes. SDMT’s strong staging of “South Pacific” celebrates the 70-year-old classic…
Two young couples, both alike and worlds apart in their Jewish heritage, struggle to build lives and find meanings in Anna Ziegler’s well-observed play ‘The Wanderers’ premiering at the Old Globe Theatre.