Coincidence Rules in Globe’s ‘Shutter Sisters’

By Bill Eadie | October 19, 2021 |

There’s a lot of coincidence in Mansa Ra’s world premiere play, Shutter Sisters. Perhaps too much…

Payare and the San Diego Symphony Score with Familiar Tchaikovsky and Rare Glimpses of Lili Boulanger

By Ken Herman | October 17, 2021 |

Music Director Rafael Payare’s San Diego Symphony program Saturday at the Rady Shell at Jacobs Park paired Tchaikovsky’s Fifth Symphony with Gustav Mahler’s “Songs of a Wayfarer” and two tone poems by Lili Boulanger.

SD Rep’s ‘Mother Road’ Provides an Auspicious Return to Live Theatre

By Bill Eadie | October 14, 2021 |

Octavio Solis has written Mother Road, now playing at the San Diego Repertory Theatre, as a reversal on John Steinbeck’s classic novel, The Grapes of Wrath. Where Steinbeck’s novel portrays the Joad family leaving Oklahoma for the hope of a better life, Mother Road takes the trip in reverse…

Lamb’s Cynthia Gerber is a ‘Belle’ as Emily Dickinson

By Bill Eadie | October 14, 2021 |

It takes an experienced performer to hold the stage for the 100-minute run time, maintain audience interest, and still capture the profound sadness that Ms. Dickinson experienced during her life. Cynthia Gerber is such a performer…

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