Broadway/SD’s ‘Book of Mormon’ Is Funny, But It Misses the Point

By Martin Jones Westlin | February 26, 2016 |

Mormonism, for better or worse, has a place in American consciousness, and it always will. Americans don’t know much about it — and amid Broadway/San Diego’s ‘The Book of Mormon,’ they’ll learn even less.

Harlem Quartet Reaches for the Stars

By Yochanan Sebastian Winston | February 23, 2016 |

Young quartet makes San Diego debut with classical and jazz offerings at UC San Diego

Choosing the Fate of a Former Couple

By David Dixon | February 22, 2016 |

The previous 2013-2015 installments of Circle Circle dot dot’s (CCdd) site-specific series, were presented right before Valentine’s Day. Given that the latest comedy is about a breakup, it makes sense that the play premiered after the holiday.

Vantage Makes Itself at Home with Good ‘Rasheeda Speaking’

By Martin Jones Westlin | February 22, 2016 |

Race has been an issue in the social consciousness since almost before, like, God. Although there aren’t many ways left to articulate its cost, Vantage Theatre (fueled by the prospects for a new venue in La Jolla, its home) gives it a good shot with its current ‘Rasheeda Speaking.’

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