Jean Lowerison is a long-standing member of the San Diego Theatre Critics Circle and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Broadway nonpareil takes over Downtown
Imagine what it’s like for husband Dan Goodman (Anthony Donovan) to come downstairs and find his wife Diana (Rebekah Rawhouser) laying out bread slices on the floor to make sandwiches for the family.
The idea of going to Bali Ha’i sounds pretty good to me right now. Alas, I’m a little short of cash and time.
Six months ago, Erik Austin was living on the streets of Los Angeles.
By Jean Lowerison | Theater Review
In fact, Ford and Edison apparently did camp together annually for some years, and in 1921, even invited President Warren G. Harding to join them. It would prove to be the last camping trip for Ford and Edison.
San Diego Musical Theatre celebrates its 10th anniversary with a return to their debut show — “The Full Monty” — which, coincidentally, got its start in 2000 at San Diego’s Old Globe Theatre.
Play focused on the life and muse of Henri Matisse comes to Downtown By David Dixon Fascinating plays and films about great artists often delve into their lives and are able to make audiences feel connected to these geniuses on a personal level.
By Jean Lowerison
What could be better for spreading Christmas cheer than that great story about Kris Kringle winning a court case and validating his claim to be the “real” Santa Claus?
We’re in luck. San Diego Musical Theatre revives last year’s popular musical version of the old 1947 Lux Radio Hour broadcast of “Miracle on 34th Street” through Dec. 24 in its new home, the Horton Grand Theatre.