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FEATURE: Sheltering at home for Bard-lovers: Julia Giolzetti’s global “SOFA SHAKESPEARE project

FEATURE: Sheltering at home for Bard-lovers: Julia Giolzetti’s global “SOFA SHAKESPEARE project

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Posted at TimesofSanDiego.com on 4/7/20 RUN DATES:  ongoing VENUE: www.sofashakespeare.com Reading Shakespeare while sequestered, one minute at a time Read the full review here Read More →

FEATURE: What San Diego theaters are creating to engage and entertain their homebound audiences

FEATURE: What San Diego theaters are creating to engage and entertain their homebound audiences

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Posted at TimesofSanDiego.com on 3/30/20 Read the full review here. Read More →

FEATURE: Tough Times for San Diego theatermakers in the face of a pandemic

FEATURE: Tough Times for San Diego theatermakers in the face of a pandemic

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Posted at TimesofSanDiego.com on 3/20/20 Read the full review here. Read More →

SAN DIEGO THEATRE CRITICS CIRCLE CRAIG NOEL AWARDS FOR 2019

SAN DIEGO THEATRE CRITICS CIRCLE CRAIG NOEL AWARDS FOR 2019

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Posted at TimesofSanDiego.com on 2/11/20 EVENT DATE: 2/10/20 VENUE: Jacobs Center for Neighborhood Innovation The San Diego Theatre Critics Circle announced Tuesday the winners of its 2019 Craig Noel Awards, which recognize the achievements of professional theaters in San Diego County. This year’s 29 awards were presented before an audience of nearly 500 guests at the annual ceremony Monday night at the Jacobs Center for Neighborhood Innovation in southeast San Diego. La Jolla Playhouse’s “Cambodian Rock Band” won the year’s Outstanding Dramatic Read More →

“SHE LOVES ME” at San Diego Musical Theatre

“SHE LOVES ME” at San Diego Musical Theatre

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Aired on KSDS-FM on 2/21/20 RUN DATES: 2/7/20 - 3/8/20 VENUE:  San Diego Musical Theatre It’s a tale as old as time. Two disparate people, who clash constantly and think they hate each other, wind up realizing they actually love each other. All along, they’ve been secret admirers, though neither of them knows it. Remember the 1998 movie, “You’ve Got Mail?” Well, it’s got a long pedigree. The original plot came from a 1937 Hungarian play called “Parfumerie,” that in Read More →

“HURRICANE DIANE” at The Old Globe

“HURRICANE DIANE” at The Old Globe

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Posted at TimesofSanDiego.com on 2/15/20 RUN DATES: 2/8/20 - 3/8/20 VENUE:  The Old Globe The Greeks are back at The Globe. The Greek gods, that is. Last summer, Dionysus and the Muse Thalia made an appearance in modern times in “Ken Ludwig’s Gods of Comedy.” Now, in Madeleine George’s “Hurricane Diane,” Dionysus returns, as a butch lesbian landscape expert hellbent on saving the planet from the humans who are destroying it. The Greek myths were all about Fate. These two plays Read More →