Three men talking as the world waits. At Camp David, the U.S. Presidents’ getaway in Maryland, Jimmy Carter invited Egypt’s Anwar Sadat and Israel’s Menachem Begin to three days of discussing peace in the Middle-East. So, 13 days later…
Old Globe Theatre
Can the arena stage at the Old Globe hold the finals of the U.S. Open Tennis Championships? Sure, when the main focus is inside the heads of those involved, as displayed sharply in Anna Ziegler’s play ‘The Last Match,’ staged brilliantly by Gaye Taylor Upchurch.
A full buffet of dances styles, stories and settings spills over the Old Globe Stage for ‘In Your Arms,’ a musical memory play graced by the presence of none other than Donna McKechnie, who won musical immortality in ‘A Chorus Line.’ The original.
Bright Star, a new musical now in its world premiere at the Old Globe Theatre, is a very special show, one to be cherished and recalled from now on, the sort of reward that avid theatregoers dream of. Steve Martin, who just seems never to
Can four ancient opera singers once again recreate their triumphant rendition of the quartet from RIGOLETTO for their retirement home gala? Maybe not, if they pay attention only to the tribulations of growing old.