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by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 3, 2021

BWW Review: MOTHER ROAD at San Diego Rep explores, family, legacy, and coming home Photo BWW Review: MOTHER ROAD at San Diego Rep explores, family, legacy, and coming home
by E.H. Reiter - Oct 29, 2021

MOTHER ROAD proves that there is nothing that makes a family fight or bond, more than a road trip. Now playing at San Diego Repertory Theatre through October 31st, MOTHER ROAD  offers a diverse and modern perspective to family, legacy, and what it means to be able to come back home.

BWW Review: LA CAGE AUX FOLLES at Cygnet Theatre Brings the Glitter Back to The Stage Photo BWW Review: LA CAGE AUX FOLLES at Cygnet Theatre Brings the Glitter Back to The Stage
by E.H. Reiter - Sep 29, 2021

Cygnet Theatre offers to return theatre audiences what they truly want from a show - a fun, frothy musical, with heart and lots of glitter.  They deliver on this with LA CAGE AUX FOLLES, which is playing through November 7th.

San Diego REP Announces Cast and Creative for MOTHER ROAD by Octavio Solis Photo San Diego REP Announces Cast and Creative for MOTHER ROAD by Octavio Solis
by Stephi Wild - Sep 3, 2021

San Diego Repertory Theatre (San Diego REP) announced today the cast and creative team for MOTHER ROAD. This play is written by Octavio Solis, and directed by San Diego REP Artistic Director, Sam Woodhouse.

San Diego Opera Announces Live, Drive-In, Spring Season Photo San Diego Opera Announces Live, Drive-In, Spring Season
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 6, 2021

Inspired by the success from their safe drive-in performances of La bohème in the Fall, which heralded the return of live, in-person, opera to San Diego County since the start of the pandemic, San Diego Opera has announced a Spring season of safe, socially-distanced, drive-in performances.

San Diego Opera Announces Spring Drive-In Season Featuring THE BARBER OF SEVILLE and  Photo San Diego Opera Announces Spring Drive-In Season Featuring THE BARBER OF SEVILLE and ONE AMAZING NIGHT
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 17, 2021

Inspired by the success from their safe drive-in performances of La bohème in the Fall, which heralded the return of live, in-person, opera to San Diego County since the start of the pandemic, and provided over 300 jobs to many, San Diego Opera has announced a Spring season of safe, socially-distanced, drive-in performances.

BWW Review: JQA at San Diego Repertory Theatre Photo BWW Review: JQA at San Diego Repertory Theatre
by E.H. Reiter - Oct 25, 2020

JQA from San Diego Repertory Theatre allows Quincy Adams to step into the spotlight as it reviews his life, politics, and the U.S. government in general through a more modern lens, it is streaming through November 5th.

San Diego REP To Film Aaron Posner's JQA Ahead Of Presidential Election Photo San Diego REP To Film Aaron Posner's JQA Ahead Of Presidential Election
by A.A. Cristi - Oct 1, 2020

San Diego Repertory Theatre announced today the details of a filmed version of Aaron Posner's play JQA, the second production of the theatre's revised 2020/21 online and onstage season that begins with the release of the feature film of A Weekend with Pablo Picasso, written by and starring Herbert Siguenza.

BWW Review: PRIDE AND PREJUDICE streaming at Cygnet Theatre Photo BWW Review: PRIDE AND PREJUDICE streaming at Cygnet Theatre
by E.H. Reiter - Sep 18, 2020

Review of Cygnet Theatre's PRIDE AND PREJUDICE which is streaming online through Septmeber 20th.

San Diego Opera Presents THE FALLING AND THE RISING Photo San Diego Opera Presents THE FALLING AND THE RISING
by Stephi Wild - Feb 14, 2020

San Diego Opera's 2019-2020 season comes to a close with Zach Redler's opera about military spirit with The Falling and the Rising. The Falling and the Rising opens May 8, 2020 at 7:30 PM at the Balboa Theatre as part of the d?"tour Series. Additional performances are May 9 at 7:30 PM and May 10 at 2 PM.

Chris Rynne Videos

STAGE TUBE: Mona Golabek and More at THE PIANIST OF WILLESDEN LANE Opening
by Stage Tube - May 7, 2013

Eighty-Eight Entertainment has announced that the Chicago Premiere of THE PIANIST OF WILLESDEN LANE, starring internationally-acclaimed storyteller and pianist, Mona Golabek, is extending through May 25 at The Royal George Theatre, 1641 North Halsted Street. The production is adapted and directed by Hershey Felder and based on the book The Children of Willesden Lane by Golabek and Lee Cohen. The Chicago premiere follows successful productions in Los Angeles and Boston. Click below to watch interviews with the cast and creative team on opening night!

STAGE TUBE: Hershey Felder and More at AN AMERICAN STORY's Royal George Opening Night
by Stage Tube - Mar 15, 2013

Eighty-Eight Entertainment presents the Chicago Premiere of Hershey Felder's riveting new production, AN AMERICAN STORY for ACTOR AND ORCHESTRA, which tells the story of Abraham Lincoln's last day, in a limited engagement at The Royal George Theatre, 1641 North Halsted. The production opened on March 10, 2013. The Chicago Premiere follows successful tryout productions in Los Angeles and San Diego. Below, check out opening night interviews with Felder and more!

STAGE TUBE: Meet the Cast of Old Globe's GOOD PEOPLE
by Stage Tube - Oct 1, 2012

The Old Globe presents the San Diego Premiere of Pulitzer Prize winner David Lindsay-Abaire's Good People, the award-winning play about class divisions in modern-day Boston. Directed by Paul Mullins, Good People runs now through Oct. 28, 2012 in the Sheryl and Harvey White Theatre, part of the Globe's Conrad Prebys Theatre Center. Opening night is Thursday, Oct. 4 at 8:00 p.m. Click on the video below and meet the cast!

BWW TV Exclusive: Footage from I DO! I DO! Starring Paige Davis & Patrick Page in San Diego
by Robert Diamond - Dec 16, 2009

There's a nice 'buzz' generating from a small production of 'I DO! I DO!' in San Diego's Old Globe Theatre, taking place in the new Sheryl and Harvey White Theatre venue. The production happened through an alchemy of perfect timing and availability for everyone involved as Lost in Yonkers, directed by Scott Schwartz was originally scheduled to be the first show in the space. The Old Globe's Louis G. Spisto brought the renovation in on time and in-budget with time to spare and had been talking for some time to both stars, who had expressed interest in the piece, which rarely gets high-profile productions.