THEATER: Current and Upcoming Productions

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City Heights Weingart Library

Coronado Playhouse

Cygnet Theatre

Diversionary Theatre

Henry's Pub

Horton Grand Theatre

Ion Theatre Company BLKBOX Theatre

La Jolla Playhouse

Lawrence Family Jewish Community Center

Mesa College Apolliad Theatre

Moonlight Amphitheatre in Brengle Terrace Park

  • 1200 Vale Terrace, Vista
  • In the Heights (through September 30, 2017)

Moxie Theatre

  • 6663 El Cajon Boulevard, Suite N, Rolando
  • Ironbound (through October 22, 2017)

New Village Arts Theatre

  • 2787 B State Street, Carlsbad
  • American Hero (through October 15, 2017)

North Coast Repertory Theatre

North Park Vaudeville and Candy Shoppe

Ocean Beach Playhouse

The Old Globe Theatre

Old Spaghetti Factory

Onstage Playhouse

Patio Playhouse

Pioneer Park

  • 1521 Washington Place, Mission Hills
  • The Zoo Story (starts October 18, 2017)

Point Loma Playhouse

PowPAC

SDSU's Experimental Theatre

  • 5500 Campanile Drive, SDSU
  • Anon(ymous) (starts September 29, 2017)

San Diego City College

  • 1313 Park Boulevard, East Village
  • Electricidad (starts September 29, 2017)

San Diego Civic Theatre

San Diego Public Library

San Diego Repertory Theatre

  • 79 Horton Plaza, Downtown San Diego
  • Roz and Ray (through October 1, 2017)

Scripps Ranch Theatre

  • 9783 Avenue of Nations, Scripps Ranch
  • Accomplice (through October 8, 2017)

Spreckels Theatre

  • 121 Broadway, Downtown San Diego
  • Billy Elliott (through October 8, 2017)

Stagehouse Theatre

Star Theatre

Tenth Avenue Arts Center

Welk Resort Theatre

The Women's Museum of California

Auditions

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The Broadway Theatre

Patio Playhouse

San Diego Musical Theatre

Star Theatre

  • 402 N. Coast Highway, Oceanside
  • Annie

Village Presbyterian Church

Theater Reviews

The torture of being Korean

Defector from the North, goose father from the South

Much of Hansol Jung’s Wild Goose Dreams takes place in a cyberspace Babel. Throngs of voices, mantras of zeroes and ones, and pop-up ads scream for attention, pinball off each other, and drift away. If ...

Betty the Loon never had a dream with a happy ending

Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds — always popular with teenagers

Mr. Goodman and his colleagues at the local high school are convinced Beatrice Hunsdorfer is insane. Every time she calls the school, she’s either too syrupy-calm or tongue-ablaze raving. Does she love her daughters — ...

Hamlet — infinite tragedy

Grantham Coleman flaps his arms chicken-wing, he bobble-heads

You could say that Shakespeare’s Hamlet wakes up in the ultimate actor’s nightmare. He’s thrust onstage with no training. He’ll perform without rehearsals, or even peeking at the text. He must find out the play ...

Kill Local brings savagery to La Jolla Playhouse

This family all kills

Mat Smart’s Kill Local opens way up in a high-rise either under construction or in development-limbo. Yellow “Caution” tape demarcates where windows will be, or should have been. Same with a ladder and orange wheelbarrow ...

Maid Marian has Errol Flynn's DNA

Ken Ludwig's Robin Hood shows friendly little warp

It’s difficult to characterize Ken Ludwig’s Robin Hood, now in its world premiere at the Old Globe. It isn’t the 1938 swashbuckling movie, The Adventures of Robin Hood, where elongated shadows of Errol Flynn and ...

Antireviews

Lest we be lost in the long black night

Gamma Rays at Cygnet Theatre

On account of inexcusable ignorance, I initially thought that Cygnet Theatre had produced a contemporary drama with Paul Zindel’s The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds. To my ear, the title fit a short ...

Everybody is a little bit racist

Avenue Q at the OB Playhouse

Avenue Q brings its irreverent version of Sesame Street to the OB Playhouse through September 17th. Written by Robert Lopez and Jeff Marx way back in 2002, the bawdy puppets still feel fresh and timely. ...

Hamlet, and wacky theories

To be or not be at the Old Globe

Following in the rich tradition of worldwide dads, my father has been known to entertain a bevy of wacky theories, often encapsulated in simple pronouncements that sound absurd on the face of things, but ultimately ...

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