Who Cares? Everyone—City Ballet’s “Balanchine and More”

By Janice Steinberg | March 13, 2020 |

City Ballet of San Diego opened its “Balanchine and More” with “Who Cares?,” George Balanchine’s 1970 ballet set to nine Gershwin tunes. Lighthearted and flirty, the piece was a delicious kickoff for a program demonstrating the extraordinary care that has made City Ballet a stellar company whose dancers gobble up challenging repertory … and do it to a live orchestra.

‘House of Joy’ at San Diego Repertory Theatre: More Spectacle Than Persuasive Drama

By Ken Herman | March 12, 2020 |

San Diego Repertory Theatre has opened flamboyant new production of Madhuri Shekar’s “House of Joy” in the Lyceum Space. The house is a royal harem in 17th-century India, and the “joy” part is total irony.

The Snowy World of ‘FROZEN’ the Musical Heats Up San Diego—All Performances Postponed–

By Kris Eitland | March 12, 2020 |

“The costumes are so detailed and intricate…I wish everyone could see them up close and touch them…They are hand-stitched with love by true artists…and our tour has a new duet for Anna and Elsa titled “I Can’t Lose You…”

‘Fly’ Needs More Help to Rise at La Jolla Playhouse

By Welton Jones | March 11, 2020 |

Everybody knows what’s supposed to happen in ‘Peter Pan.’ Some of it does in the raucous La Jolla Playhouse version. Some doesn’t.

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