In the rush to redress all wrongs, greater damage is a possibility too. So suggests ‘Actually,’ a new play at the San Diego Rep seemingly rush to the Lyceum pac directly from the cable news feed.
“When it comes to partnering and lifts,” Malashock admits,“there’s always some tossing…and every seat for “Eye of the Beholder” is in the splash zone…”
Labeled as a dark comedy, Taylor Mac’s script of Hir is, in reality, a family drama in disguise. That isn’t clear at first, mainly because much of the running time is taken up by hilariously funny dialogue in Cygnet Theatre’s production.
Conductor Michael Gerdes and the San Diego State University Symphony Orchestra offered the premiere of Joseph Martin Waters’ alto saxophone concerto “Tathata Garden,” written for the work’s virtuoso soloist Todd Rewoldt, on October 13 in the university’s Don Powell Theatre.
Rachmaninoff’s Rhapsody and a New Work by Mason Bates Crown Edo de Waart’s Second Week with the San Diego Symphony
A significant advantage of conductor Edo de Waart’s frequent guest appearances with the San Diego Symphony is the array of new music he brings to Copley Symphony Hall. On Friday, October 12, he offered Mason Bates’ 2014 intriguing “Garages of the Valley” followed by Rachmaninoff’s “Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini” with the brilliant pianist Joyce Yang.