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HARTER CLINGMAN brings COME FROM AWAY back to San Diego

Interview with Harter Clingman, who plays police officer Oz Fudge in COME FROM AWAY. He talks about what it’s like to perform this show, the real-life people they portray on stage, and bringing the show back to San Diego.  COME FROM AWAY is playing at the San Diego Civic Theatre from Broadway San Diego from May 17th- to May 22nd. … Continue readingHARTER CLINGMAN brings COME FROM AWAY back to San Diego

MALA

The act of playwriting is an intimate and vulnerable act, and the art of acting is another intimate and vulnerable act. MALA written and performed by Melinda Lopez is a beautiful and personal memory play about her journey as her parent’s caretaker and brings beauty, empathy, and humor to an intensely difficult period. MALA is playing through June 12th. … Continue readingMALA

ONCE

CCAE Theatricals invites you to come to see ONCE, and experience some great music and storytelling. Set in and around a pub, this show features a very talented cast who sing, dance, and play multiple instruments to bring this story to life. ONCE is playing through May 7th at the California Center for the Arts. … Continue readingONCE

Bob Fosse’s DANCIN’

ob Fosse’s DANCIN’ originally came to the New York stage in 1978, and, now, you can see the world premiere revival at The Old Globe through May 29th. This dance show is full of stunning dancers, and the work they bring to life is gorgeous, engaging, athletic, and sexy. Run, walk, or dance your way to the theatre – but you won’t want to miss this show. … Continue readingBob Fosse’s DANCIN’

Amy Ashton talks about producing the WOW Festival

he sun is shining and it’s the perfect time to go outdoors and see some theatre! The La Jolla Playhouse WOW Festival is back April 21- 24th at the Arts District in Liberty Station. WOW Festival producer Amy Ashton talks about the festival, what to expect from this year’s shows, and what she hopes it inspires in people for the future. … Continue readingAmy Ashton talks about producing the WOW Festival

The Frontera Project

The last time I spoke with THE FRONTERA PROJECT was during the pandemic, and they were just about to launch a tour of theatres and universities in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and New York. Now this interactive, bilingual theater piece which is a collaboration between Mexican company Tijuana Hace Teatro and American company New Feet Productions will have its West Coast premiere on April 23 and 24 as part of La Jolla Playhouse WOW Festival at the Arts District in Liberty Station. … Continue readingThe Frontera Project