The canvas that was the 1990s started out blindingly white and died a murky, bloodstained mess. ‘Pump Up the Volume: a ’90s Palooza,’ San Diego Musical Theatre’s salute to the era, doesn’t quite know why that’s so — but as a spectacle in and of itself, you could do a lot worse.
What could go wrong in a small local business that kills people for hire and keeps the profits in the community? Well, there is the ‘oops’ potential, as Mat Smart shows in his new play ‘Kill Local,’ now premiering at the La Jolla Playhouse.
Saturday’s, August 5, SummerFest program at UC San Diego’s Conrad Prebys Concert Hall offered four stellar pianists, the exciting Miró Quartet, and the wonderful Russian soprano Lyubov Petrova . . .
On Friday, August 4, 2017, San Diego’s Opera NEO opened its production of Francesco Cavalli’s “Il Giasone” from 1649 at the Palisades Presbyterian Church . . .
What does it mean to be a man? It’s a big question, and Michael Mizerany explores it with depth, wit, and steamy sensuality in “ManTrap,” running this weekend at Diversionary Theatre.