Fast and Imaginative ‘Red Bike’ is a Physically, Compelling Ride at MOXIE

By Kris Eitland | January 28, 2020 |

The bike is a vehicle that flies through stories like a magic carpet…flawless dialogue changes gears quickly, because that’s how the racing brain of a child works…

Playwright Lauren Yee ‘Having a Moment’ at Cygnet

By Bill Eadie | January 28, 2020 |

Lauren Yee is having a moment in San Diego theatre…

Kian Soltani and Julio Elizalde Bring Brilliant Chamber Program to La Jolla

By Ken Herman | January 27, 2020 |

If the goal of the La Jolla Music Society’s “Discovery Series” is to present highly promising young performers, Sunday’s (January 26) accomplished duo-recital by cellist Kian Soltani and pianist Julio Elizalde made the best possible case for that premise.

At Globe, August Wilson’s ‘Jitney’ Shows It Belongs in Masterpiece Cycle

By Welton Jones | January 26, 2020 |

August Wilson’s 10-play ‘Pittsburgh Cycle’ of life by the decade in a 20th Century Pittsburgh ghetto is more than only an African-American masterpiece. As indicated by the triumphant post-Broadway tour of ‘Jitney,’ the lesser-known 1970s play now at the Old Globe, Wilson belongs among the masters of the American drama.

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