Reviews

“GOOD TROUBLE” from Blindspot Collective

“GOOD TROUBLE” from Blindspot Collective

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Posted at TimesofSanDiego.com on 10/15/20 RUN DATES:  10/17/20 - 11/1/20 VENUE: Pop-up presentations from Blindspot Collective Listen to Gen Z! Read the full review here. Read More →

“ROOSEVELT: CHARGE THE BEAR” from The Roustabouts Theatre Co.

“ROOSEVELT: CHARGE THE BEAR” from The Roustabouts Theatre Co.

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Posted at TimesofSanDiego.com on 10/13/20 RUN DATES:  10/14/20 - 11/14/20 VENUE: online from The Roustabouts Theatre Co. What a great leader looks like Read the full review here. Read More →

“MARGIN OF ERROR” from The Roustabouts Theatre Co.

“MARGIN OF ERROR” from The Roustabouts Theatre Co.

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Posted at TimesofSanDiego.com on 8/5/20 RUN DATES: 8/3/20 - 8/23/20 VENUE: Online from The Roustabouts Theatre Co.  To launch their (virtual) fourth season, The Roustabouts are streaming a videotaped version of their inaugural production, the world premiere, “Margin of Error,” which debuted at the Lyceum Theatre in 2017. Written by Roustabouts co-founder Will Cooper, and starring another co-founder, Ruff Yeager (the third member of the founding triumvirate is write/actor/director Phil Johnson), the play concerns genius, ethics and morality. My original Read More →

FEATURE: “ISLAND OF B.A.D. KIDS” IS INNOVATIVE YOUTH THEATRE AMID A PANDEMIC

FEATURE: “ISLAND OF B.A.D. KIDS” IS INNOVATIVE YOUTH THEATRE AMID A PANDEMIC

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Posted at TimesofSanDiego.com on 8/29/20 RUN DATES:  9/30/20, ongoing VENUE: Theatre Arts School of San Diego Imaginative mini-series film Read the full review here. Read More →

FEATURE: San Diego Pays Tribute to LGBT Heroes with “DEAR HARVEY” Documentary

FEATURE: San Diego Pays Tribute to LGBT Heroes with “DEAR HARVEY” Documentary

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Posted at TimesofSanDiego.com on 6/23/20 RUN DATES: 6/26/20 - 7/12/20 VENUE: Breakthrough Workshop Theatre Ira and Patty and Thomas and Dan. It takes a village to pay tribute to Harvey Milk. Milk, a prominent and dynamic civil rights activist, was the first openly gay elected official in the history of California. He championed the rights of all people: gay, women, the elderly, minorities and union members. But in 1978, after serving only 11 months on the San Francisco Board Read More →

“ALICE” at Lamb’s Players Theatre

“ALICE” at Lamb’s Players Theatre

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Aired on KSDS-FM on 3/20/20 RUN DATES: 2/29/20 - 4/12/20 VENUE: Lamb's Players Theatre Adults often try to recapture the wonder of childhood. In a similar vein, Lamb’s Players Theatre likes to dig deep into its past and revisit earlier productions, thereby accomplishing two things at once. In 1993, in its National City location, the group, at that time still a repertory company, presented “Alice in Concert,” an unusual musical cornucopia written in 1980 by the late Obie Award-winning playwright/composer Read More →