Father Comes Home from the Wars (Parts 1, 2, & 3) is a complex, three-hour, work to unravel, and director Christy Yael-Cox and her Intrepid company do an admirable job with the unraveling…
During the summer, the Artistic Director of Moxie Theatre, Delicia Turner Sonnenberg, stepped down as the leader of the award-winning venue. Following her departure, the co-founder and Associate Artistic Director, Jennifer Eve Thorn, took over Sonnenberg’s position.
It carried its harmful side effects, but in many quarters, the Great Recession was no match for human enterprise and ingenuity. If something like it ever happens again — and it will — New Village Arts’ good ‘American Hero’ will serve as a marker for those who showed their colors despite themselves.
“Romeo and Juliet” quickly morphed into a symbol for the universal struggle of young lovers, and playwright Jordan Seavey’s 2016 opus “Homos, or Everyone in America” at San Diego’s Diversionary Theatre wants us to find a parallel universality in the tumultuous affair of two young gay men from Brooklyn . . .
In musical theater, getting everybody on the same page is tantamount to hunting for a needle within a needle in a silo of hay. That’s all the more reason to enjoy Broadway San Diego’s outstanding ‘Disney’s the Little Mermaid.’