Kevin Hafso Koppman joins a family of comedic mad scientists in YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN

Mel Brooks may have declared that ‘It’s good to be the king”, but being another one of his iconic creations that is invading San Diego Musical Theatre with his science experiments later this month. Dr. Frankenstein (pronounced “Fronk-en-steen” ) played by Kevin Hafso Koppman When Dr. Frankenstein (Koppman) finds out he has inherited his family’s…

Lorin Latarro talks Huey Lewis and the fun of THE HEART OF ROCK & ROLL

The first thing you notice about dancer and choreographer Lorin Latarro are her passion and enthusiasm for her subject of storytelling through dance.  Currently in town working at The Old Globe as the choreographer for the brand new musical THE HEART OF ROCK & ROLL with the music inspired by the songs Huey Lewis and…

Philip Dawkins talk about THE HAPPIEST PLACE ON EARTH

Philip Dawkins is a prolific, critically acclaimed playwright with plays like CHARM, THE HOMOSEXUALS, and DR. SEUSS’S THE SNEETCHES – THE MUSICAL, as well as many other works. Diversionary Theatre brings one of his most personal plays THE HAPPIEST PLACE ON EARTH, to stage through April 15th. Philip had a moment to chat about how…

Ivan Salazar brings STOMP to San Diego

STOMP, the long running hit performance piece creating music and rhythms using matchboxes, brooms, garbage cans, Zippo lighters and more in front of the audience. This hit show is a mix of music, and dance to create an audience electrifying theatrical experience. Playing at the Balboa Theatre March 2nd – March 4th, one of the…

Finally, JESSICA JONES is coming back to Netflix

Netflix released the trailer for the new season and it gives the audience a lot to look forward to discovering. when Marvel’s Jessica Jones, the private investigator turned reluctant superhero is comes to Netflix on March 8th.   Jones, played by Krysten Ritter, we last saw her killing her nemesis Kilgrave at the end of…

Nafessa Williams talks about BLACK LIGHTING on the CW

The CW has added to their superhero show roster with their newest show BLACK LIGHTNING. Based on the DC Comics character of the same name, this show explores what happens when a superhero gives up the life for his family, only to be called back into action to protect his family. The superhero series stars…

Danny Stiles brings THE FULL MONTY to SDMT

Danny Stiles has been seen performing all over the country over the years; from the original Broadway casts of WONDERLAND, SISTER ACT, and LEAP OF FAITH, to playing the Genie among other roles at Disneyland’s theme park theatre. His travels in performing have taken him around Europe and back to Orange County, and his current…

EduHam makes history in San Diego

You may have heard that a little show called HAMILTON has taken over the theatrical world and so many people can’t seem to stop talking about it. While the show has been vital to educating those about theatre it has also done something to help with educating high school students on American History and encouraging…

Chadwick Boseman on being the “Black Panther”

If you have seen even a fraction of a trailer for the new “Black Panther” movie, then you know this is a highly anticipated and action packed movie.  Chadwick Boseman, who graduated with a bachelor of fine arts in directing before going to the British American Drama Academy in Oxford, is no stranger to being…

James Roday talks about PSYCH: THE MOVIE!

James Roday is a man of many talents; actor, director, screenwriter. But it is his performance as Shawn Spencer, a hyper observant consulting detective on USA’s show PSYCH for many years, from which many people know and love him. This quirky and beloved comedy was full of fun and mischief and sadly ended in 2014….

Robert Meffee & SDSU bring an “Enchanted April” to San Diego

For those looking for an escape from San Diego’s winter weather of mid to high 60’s, maybe a trip to the Italian countryside is just what you need.  SDSU is presenting “Enchanted April” November 30th – December 3 at the Don Powell Theatre. This new musical follows four London women in 1922 as they find…