Theatre

  • La Jolla Playhouse sponsors JumpStart Theatre Program for middle-schoolers

    La Jolla Playhouse sponsors JumpStart Theatre Program for middle-schoolers

    Middle schoolers in San Diego Unified School District (SDUSD) will have a rare opportunity to express themselves through the JumpStart Theatre Program, sponsored by La Jolla Playhouse. The Playhouse was selected by the Educational Theatre Association (EdTA) to be one of two regional theaters to...

  • Marriage is center stage in 'How The Other Half Loves' at North Coast Repertory Theatre

    Marriage is center stage in 'How The Other Half Loves' at North Coast Repertory Theatre

    THEATER PREVIEW: For Sir Alan Ayckbourn's play, "How The Other Half Loves," North Coast Repertory Theatre artistic director David Ellenstein brought in director Geoffrey Sherman, whose resume is international. Sherman's awards include two Obies, as a producer and director. He has also received...

  • Men On Boats: True(ish) history comes to life on Carlsbad stage

    Men On Boats: True(ish) history comes to life on Carlsbad stage

    The last day of Women's History Month 2018 is March 31 — a fine time for Carlsbad's New Village Arts Theatre to open "Men On Boats," a "gender-bent historical adventure comedy" about John Wesley Powell's 10-man 1869 expedition down the Colorado River and through the Grand Canyon ... with women...

  • La Jolla Playhouse sponsors middle-schoolers

    La Jolla Playhouse sponsors middle-schoolers

    Middle-schoolers in San Diego Unified School District (SDUSD) will have a rare opportunity to express themselves through the JumpStart Theatre Program, sponsored by La Jolla Playhouse. The Playhouse was selected by the Educational Theatre Association (EdTA) to be one of two regional theaters to...

  • CANCER DANCER: La Jolla oncologist cuts rugs with her patient

    CANCER DANCER: La Jolla oncologist cuts rugs with her patient

    When most people age out of their childhood dreams, that’s it, they’re gone. But Dr. Irene May-Ling Hutchins hit upon a loophole. An oncology and hematology fellow at Scripps Green Hospital, she now ballroom-dances, just like she did before medical school, as a feature act at cancer fundraisers.

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