Survivors of tragedies must deal with regrets but also guilt, Britta Johnson shows in a lovely new musical play at the Old Globe.
The title is misleading. “Snow White Christmas” isn’t artful or pretty, and aside from recorded holiday songs during the intermission, it’s not a Christmas show. Go ahead, boo and heckle all you want, because this Panto…
Audience and authorial tastes are changing all the time, and that’s why a Moliere adaptation (amid its originator’s bawdy humor) might not catch up in one fell swoop. Nonetheless, San Diego Repertory Theatre’s ‘Manifest Destinitis’ is a lot of fun as it looks at a core premise of 19th-century American expansionism.
It’s allowed to forget the ancient course on quoting from ‘Macbeth”, aka ‘the Scottish Play,’ when one is actually involved with a production. What a luxury, then, to relax and contemplate BrianKulck’s transplant into military hospital.