When it comes to visiting symphony orchestras, in San Diego none can touch the drawing power of the Chicago Symphony.
Claudio Raygoza’s chilling tour de force performance of Eric Bogosian’s volatile one-man play ‘Sex, Drugs, Rock and Roll’ blew the roof off ion theatre’s modest Sixth Avenue playhouse Saturday, October 14 . . .
“The Pirates of Penzance,” San Diego Opera’s first ever Gilbert and Sullivan opera, arrived at Civic Theatre Saturday (October 14)—a kinetic, splashy, gift-wrapped production that left no humorous stone unturned . . .
La Jolla Athenaeum Jazz program curated in recognition of the twentieth anniversary of Pérez’s “Panamonk” recording of music inspired by Thelonious Monk as well as the one hundredth anniversary of Monk’s birth