A cross-cultural marriage brings many angles with it, especially when the child is believed to be the reincarnation of a Buddhist master. Sarah Ruhl’s ‘The Oldest Boy,’ currently at San Diego Repertory Theatre, implies that the repercussions are staggering, but that’s as far as it goes.
San Diego Repertory Theatre
The first question that demands to be asked about the San Diego REPertory Theatre world premiere of Everybody’s Talkin’: The Music of Harry Nilsson is, “Does the world need a Nilsson revue?” The second question is, “Is Alice Ripley’s voice ok?” The answer to both questions is “Yes, sort of…”
San Diego’s 22nd Annual Lipinsky Family San Diego Jewish Arts Festival kicked off Thursday, May 21, with an appearance by Hershey Felder at the Balboa Theatre. A San Diego favorite, Mr. Felder eschewed his usual portrayals of musicians, taking on instead the role of raconteur and sharing his love of the American musical theatre.,,
Mostly, Thomas Gibbons’ engaging new play is concerned with relationships, both professional and personal, and how human-machine relationships might be possible…
If you remember the 1960s (some of us don’t, after all), you’ll remember Abbie Hoffman, a leader in counterculture thought — and with its world-premiere ‘Steal Heaven,’ San Diego Repertory Theatre has not only drawn a good bead on Hoffman but the importance of dissension’s very place in the American experience.