Masterworks from China’s Suzhou Museum at SDMA

By Kraig Cavanaugh | January 6, 2013 |

If parts of Stonehenge and paintings by both Michelangelo and Raphael were at the San Diego Museum of Art, would you go?  Objects as mysterious as Stonehenge and artwork as great as those by the famous Renaissance masters are all apart of Chinese history. Stonehenge, a colossal arrangement of stones in Great Britain, is still…

Essay: 2012 Not a Great Theatre Year

By Bill Eadie | December 30, 2012 |

Let’s face it. 2012 was by no means a great theatre year. Even so, there was good work that went on in San Diego and elsewhere, despite a disappointing overall result.

Jeremy Denk Offers Memorable Mozart at Copley

By Ken Herman | December 18, 2012 |

We may be immersed in December’s holiday madness, but San Diego Symphony Music Director Jahja Ling has clearly delegated all the orchestra’s seasonal celebration to conductor Matthew Garbutt and his Holiday Pops battalions. No “Messiah” (full or lite), no Christmas oratorios, no seasonal choral samplers this year. Instead, Maestro Ling selected a banquet portion of…

Vintage Holiday Musical Endures

By Kris Eitland | December 17, 2012 |

Strong singing, tap dancing, and the wintery setting in “Irving Berlin’s White Christmas,” warm the heart with nostalgia. The production, which San Diego Musical Theatre delivered to the Birch North Park Theatre Friday, is entertaining and sparkly, but showing its age, like a holiday card from 1954 that was lost in the mail. The songs…

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