Category: San Diego

SING A SONG OF OSCAR...

SING A SONG OF OSCAR…

[ 0 ] February 18, 2015

AT THE SDGMC RED CARPET VIEWING PARTY! Will it be Julianne or Reese? Benedict or Bradley? Emma, Keira or Meryl? Only Neil Patrick Harris knows… Choose your favorites and win, at San Diego’s biggest Red Carpet Party!! Walk the Red Carpet at Wang’s in North Park and enjoy the Academy Awards with a fabulous crowd […]

SAN DIEGO MUSICAL THEATRE: Heading West

SAN DIEGO MUSICAL THEATRE: Heading West

[ 0 ] February 9, 2015

by lisa lipsey –  The telling of West Side Story has been in the hands of some amazing and prolific LGBT people. From William Shakespeare’s original story concept—Romeo & Juliet to the creation of the musical by Broadway’s “dream team;” with book by Arthur Laurents, music by Leonard Bernstein, lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and iconic […]

NOTHING BEATS THE ORIGINAL: Hillcrest Fat Tuesday Comes Home

NOTHING BEATS THE ORIGINAL: Hillcrest Fat Tuesday Comes Home

[ 0 ] February 9, 2015

by ken knox –  They say you can never go home again. Yet, don’t tell that to the planning committee behind Hillcrest’s annual Fat Tuesday Mardi Gras street fair and celebration. After holding the shindig in the east end last year, the committee is bringing the party back to where it all began. “Last year, […]

2015 TANTRUMS & TIARAS: The Competition Is Fierce

2015 TANTRUMS & TIARAS: The Competition Is Fierce

[ 0 ] February 6, 2015

by tim parks –  To paraphrase the theme song for The Muppet Show, “It’s time to put on makeup. It’s time to dress up right. It’s time to raise the curtain on…” the 2015 edition of Tantrums & Tiaras! After a triumphant return last year, following a five-year absence from the stage, this Battle of […]

CENTER SQUARE SPOTLIGHT: An Interview With Michael Airington

CENTER SQUARE SPOTLIGHT: An Interview With Michael Airington

[ 0 ] January 19, 2015

by tim parks When most of us hear the name Paul Lynde, certain uproarious images jump immediately to mind. Whether it’s his barrage of hilarious one-liners during his time in the center box on Hollywood Squares, his screen time shared with Ann-Margret in Bye Bye Birdie or Lynde yucking it up as Uncle Arthur on […]

AVENUE Q! STREET-WISE ON CORONADO ISLAND

AVENUE Q! STREET-WISE ON CORONADO ISLAND

[ 0 ] January 12, 2015

by lisa lipsey –  There are two times in our lives, when we must rapidly learn to navigate the world—the first five years of life—and the five years just after high school, when we enter the “real world.” Wouldn’t it be nice to have your safe, warm, fuzzy, Sesame Street monster pals to teach you […]

'FUMBLING TOWARDS ECSTASY' - On Point in Honor of Sarah Mclachlan

‘FUMBLING TOWARDS ECSTASY’ – On Point in Honor of Sarah Mclachlan

[ 0 ] January 9, 2015

Calling all Lilith Fair lovers! Singer and songwriter Sarah McLachlan’s melodious music is back in Southern California and it has been paired with exquisite dance from the Alberta Ballet. Here for one night only, her music, pulled from a mix of her popular albums, is the inspiration for and soundtrack to Alberta Ballet’s Fumbling Towards […]

LGBTs IN THE NEWS: Nationwide Panel Series Comes to Los Angeles Press Club

LGBTs IN THE NEWS: Nationwide Panel Series Comes to Los Angeles Press Club

[ 0 ] January 8, 2015

  LGBT Allies: We Couldn’t Do It Without You! LGBTs In The News with Thom Senzee returns The Los Angeles Press Club’s, Steve Allen Theater the evening of Thursday, January 22, welcoming once again a panel of leading LGBT journalists, activists and allies for a night of engaging conversation and audience participation. Themed LGBT Allies: […]

PARIS...TO THE MAX!

PARIS…TO THE MAX!

[ 0 ] January 5, 2015

by paris sukomi max HAPPY NEW YEAR, FELLOW HILLCRESTIANS! January is the month, for reviewing the previous year’s ups and downs, as well as the time for planning and hoping for a new and improved year to come. We all know it’s why the month has the highest rate of new gym memberships and/or renewals! […]

CYGNET THEATRE'S 'A CHRISTMAS CAROL' Setting the Scene with Andrew Hull

CYGNET THEATRE’S ‘A CHRISTMAS CAROL’ Setting the Scene with Andrew Hull

[ 0 ] December 9, 2014

by lisa lipsey –  Cygnet Theatre welcomes the return of A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, though this year’s production is not the signature radio play you might have seen develop and flourish over the last few years. Artistic Director Sean Murray has opted for a full out, traditional production and it includes an original […]

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