Reviews

“A CHORUS LINE” at the Welk Resort Theatre

“A CHORUS LINE” at the Welk Resort Theatre

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Aired on KSDS-FM on 1824/20 RUN DATES:  1/10/20 - 3/22/20 VENUE: Cygnet Theatre One singular -- timeless -- sensation Read the full review here.http://www.jazz88.org/CenterStage/ Read More →

“THE HUMANS” at San Diego Repertory Theatre

“THE HUMANS” at San Diego Repertory Theatre

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Posted at TimesofSanDiego.com on 1/17/20 RUN DATES:  10/14/20 - 11/14/20 VENUE:  San Diego Repertory Theatre The fear-filled middle class Read the full review here. Read More →

“BLOOMSDAY” at North Coast Repertory Theatre

“BLOOMSDAY” at North Coast Repertory Theatre

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Aired on KSDS-FM on 1/17/20 RUN DATES:  1/8/20 - 2/2/20 VENUE: Cygnet Theatre A bittersweet tale of love, loss, regret Read the full review here.http://www.jazz88.org/CenterStage/ Read More →

THE TOP SAN DIEGO THEATER PRODUCTIONS OF 2019

THE TOP SAN DIEGO THEATER PRODUCTIONS OF 2019

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Posted at TimesofSanDiego.com on 12/27/19 The politics of 2019 may never be forgotten. The year of divisiveness — and impeachment — left an indelible mark. Here in San Diego, theater made its own mark. It was a strong year on local stages — many new plays and musicals — which are catnip to local audiences. But older plays — like Tony Kushner’s daring “Angels in America” (Cygnet Theatre) resonated strongly in the present moment — especially since the Read More →

PREVIEW: 2020 SEASON AT DIVERSIONARY THEATRE

PREVIEW: 2020 SEASON AT DIVERSIONARY THEATRE

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Printed in and posted at The San Diego Jewish Journal January 2020 http://sdjewishjournal.com/sdjj/december-2019/emotionally-moving-and-intellectually-stimulating/ “Emotionally Moving and Intellectually Stimulating” by Pat Launer December 2, 2019 Language is a living, breathing thing. It evolves to encompass new inventions, conceptions and thinking. And how we talk about gender has certainly been evolving. So, before we start exploring the exciting new season coming up at Diversionary Theatre, the nation’s third oldest continuously producing LGBTQ theater, let’s lay down a little lexical groundwork, so Read More →

2019 SAN DIEGO THEATER YEAR IN REVIEW

2019 SAN DIEGO THEATER YEAR IN REVIEW

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Aired on KSDS-FM on 12/27/19 For the country, 2019 was a year of discord and disunity. But on San Diego stages, there was a good deal of harmony and collaboration. Still, it wasn’t a very political year, theatrically speaking — at least, not in terms of current events. Some of our most incisive and memorable dramas — and even musicals — harked back to the past. The audience was left to draw their own parallels to the present. For Read More →