Reviews

“THEY PROMISED HER THE MOON” at The Old Globe

“THEY PROMISED HER THE MOON” at The Old Globe

Views:87

Aired on KSDS-FM on 5/3/19 RUN DATES: 4/6/19 - 5/12/19 VENUE: The Old Globe ALMOST the first woman in space Read the full review here.http://www.jazz88.org/CenterStage/ Read More →

“DIANA THE MUSICAL” at the La Jolla Playhouse

“DIANA THE MUSICAL” at the La Jolla Playhouse

Views:33

Aired on KSDS-FM on 3/8/19 RUN DATES: 2/19/19 - 4/14/19 VENUE: La Jolla Playhouse What if your Prince turns out to be not so charming? The whole world watched the fairy tale wedding on TV in 1981 – the 20 year-old bride and the 25-foot train on her sumptuous gown. But Lady Diana Spencer’s storybook marriage had no happy ending – and not much of a rapturous royal beginning. There was Trouble in Paradise from the get-go, as the story Read More →

“TO FALL IN LOVE” at Melpomene Productions

“TO FALL IN LOVE” at Melpomene Productions

Views:25

Posted at TimesofSanDiego.com on 4/1/19 RUN DATES: 4/6/19 - 4/13/19 VENUE: Melpomene Productions If you’ve ever thought, “I wish I were a fly on the wall,” here’s your chance. Over the next two weeks (eight opportunities only), “To Fall in Love” is being performed in a private house in Pacific Beach, with a bridge-chair-seated audience of 12 in the living room, nearly nose-to-nose with the two actors. What you’ll be watching – often feeling more like a voyeur than a Read More →

“MR. AND MRS. FITCH” at Backyard Renaissance

“MR. AND MRS. FITCH” at Backyard Renaissance

Views:27

Posted at TimesofSanDiego.com on 4/7/19 RUN DATES: 3/28/19 - 4/14/19 VENUE: Backyard Renaissance Theatre Co. There’s a long history of oh so witty, aren’t-we-clever literary couples. A few standouts spring to mind: Beatrice and Benedick (“Much Ado About Nothing,” Shakespeare, 1612); Elyot and Amanda (“Private Lives,” Noël Coward, 1930); Nick and Nora (“The Thin Man,” Dashiell Hammett, 1934); George and Martha (“Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf,” Edward Albee, 1962). In 2010, playwright Douglas Carter Beane though he’d try to join Read More →

“HERSHEY FELDER BEETHOVEN” at the San Diego Repertory Theatre

“HERSHEY FELDER BEETHOVEN” at the San Diego Repertory Theatre

Views:48

Aired on KSDS-FM on 3/5/19 RUN DATES:  2/21/19 - 3/24/19 VENUE:  San Diego Repertory Theatre Even the most abused, socially awkward and possibly misanthropic person can produce sheer, unadulterated beauty that is timeless and everlasting. Beaten by his father as a young boy and later afflicted in the very seat of his creative power, as he became deaf, Ludwig von Beethoven heard the most magnificent music in his head and heart, and left a legacy that is undeniable and Read More →

“HOOKMAN” at SDSU in association with Moxie Theatre

“HOOKMAN” at SDSU in association with Moxie Theatre

Views:58

Aired on KSDS-FM on 3/22/19 RUN DATES:  3/15/19 - 3/24/19 VENUE:  SDSU in association with Moxie Theatre Urban legends have a way of staying in your head and getting under your skin. Especially the scary ones, like that guy with a hook for a hand who goes around killing young women. The mother of 17 year-old Lexi, a college freshman 3000 miles from her California home, has been warning her about The Hookman for years. Now, Lexi sees him everywhere. Read More →