Solar radiation carries a deadly potential rivaled by only one phenomenon — war. The former upends commerce the way the latter upends lives; Innermission Productions’ current ‘Seven Spots on the Sun’ is a very good case in point.
How do you manage to — uh — contain yourself amid the magic of theater and all it means? Former La Jolla resident Dominique Salerno found the solution. You write and perform your own show from a space no bigger than two breadboxes.
Two of the summer’s better performances are up at Diversionary Theatre — but amid some criminally ingratiating material, the actors can do only so much in Backyard Renaissance Theatre Company’s slovenly Gutenberg! The Musical!.
Married life is either a patiently enduring proposition or a gamble lost as often as won. Diversionary Theatre’s well-intentioned ‘Bright Half Life’ tries to make us think it’s both, and that’s where the problems lie.
InnerMission Productions has been around for a decade staging shows throughout San Diego from Chula Vista to Ocean Beach. However, Co-Artistic Director, Carla Nell’s, rendition of Madeleine George’s melancholy and funny drama, Precious Little, represents the beginning of a new chapter for the company.