Category: San Diego

THE MOORS: Juxtaposing The Old and The New at Diversionary

THE MOORS: Juxtaposing The Old and The New at Diversionary

[ 0 ] November 7, 2017

by lisa lipsey –  Is it true that everything old is new? Perhaps everything is just old? Maybe just timeless? The issues, relationships, the story of humankind? Playwright Jen Silverman investigates this concept in her play The Moors, the recipient of a 2015 Edgerton Foundation New American Plays Award. By set and costume, the show […]

SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S CHORUS Presents an Evening of Elemental Connections

SAN DIEGO WOMEN’S CHORUS Presents an Evening of Elemental Connections

[ 0 ] November 6, 2017

by lisa lipsey –  In wrapping up their thirtieth anniversary season, the San Diego Women’s Chorus is delighting in the opportunity to celebrate and connect with Mother Nature, bringing sunny San Diego a sampling of all things elemental. Kathleen Hansen, Artistic Director, notes, “Elements is an exploration of the interplay between nature and humanity. Earth, […]

THE LEGEND OF GEORGIA MCBRIDE: Discovering Elvis...And High Heels

THE LEGEND OF GEORGIA MCBRIDE: Discovering Elvis…And High Heels

[ 0 ] October 11, 2017

by lisa lipsey –  Cygnet Theatre is now in rehearsals for the San Diego premiere of the witty, sequin-filled musical comedy The Legend of Georgia McBride. Written by Obie award-winning playwright Matthew Lopez (The Whipping Man), the show brings both sass and meaningful storytelling. “The real center of the story is about people finding their […]

SHANGELA: Ready to Werq The World!

SHANGELA: Ready to Werq The World!

[ 0 ] October 4, 2017

by tim parks –  When Drag Race alum Shangela takes the stage as the hostess of RuPaul’s Werq The World Tour, this queen is totally prepared to “Bring it!” The North American run, fresh off its European leg, will kick off its high-heeled debut inside Downtown San Diego’s Spreckels Theatre on Thursday, October 12, followed […]

Be PROUD This Fall...By The Beach

Be PROUD This Fall…By The Beach

[ 0 ] October 3, 2017

by cutter slagle –  In September’s issue, The Rage Monthly detailed the tenth annual South Bay Pride event that took place in Chula Vista. Now as fall explodes into full force, it seems that Pride is an accessory that isn’t going out of fashion anytime soon. I recently had the privilege of chatting with Shannon […]

LAMBDA ARCHIVES 30TH ANNIVERSARY: Preserving and Celebrating LGBT History

LAMBDA ARCHIVES 30TH ANNIVERSARY: Preserving and Celebrating LGBT History

[ 0 ] September 13, 2017

by walter meyer –  This September, Lambda Archives proudly celebrates 30 years of preserving San Diego’s LGBTQ community history. Dennis Fiordaliso was an early board member and volunteer at what was first incorporated in December, 1987 as the Lesbian and Gay Archives of San Diego. Fiordaliso wrote of that founding: “Jess Jessop was a long-time […]

HOMOS, OR EVERYONE IN AMERICA West Coast Premiere Coming to Diversionary

HOMOS, OR EVERYONE IN AMERICA West Coast Premiere Coming to Diversionary

[ 0 ] September 11, 2017

by lisa lipsey –    Diversionary Theatre’s Executive Artistic Director Matt M. Morrow is at it again, calling attention to theatre’s newest voices. “I’ve got an ear to the ground and my radar attuned to what is coming out across the country. I read The New York Times every day and the title of this […]

CHERRY POP: FilmOut San Diego Presents the San Diego Premiere of this Uproarious Comedy

CHERRY POP: FilmOut San Diego Presents the San Diego Premiere of this Uproarious Comedy

[ 0 ] September 6, 2017

As part of its monthly screening series, FilmOut San Diego & Sousa Cleaning Business present the San Diego premiere screening of Cherry Pop at the Landmark Hillcrest Cinemas on Wednesday, September 13 at 7 p.m. Cherry Pop! is a crazy night in the life of a small local bar’s drag show. It’s about a newcomer “The Cherry” […]

SOUTH BAY PRIDE: There's No Such Thing as Too Much!

SOUTH BAY PRIDE: There’s No Such Thing as Too Much!

[ 0 ] September 5, 2017

by cutter slagle –  Something prideful this way comes… Specifically, the South Bay Pride Art and Music Festival. According to organizer Dae Elliot, who has been heavily involved in the event since it started, they are celebrating their anniversary of the original event, with many new and fun additions. The Rage Monthly sat down with […]

THE RAINBOW TOUR: San Diego Repertory Theatre's "Evita"

THE RAINBOW TOUR: San Diego Repertory Theatre’s “Evita”

[ 0 ] August 14, 2017

by lisa lipsey –  The world has been fascinated by the short, but accomplished and ambitious life, of Eva Perón…And rightly so. Coming from a small town of working class poor, Perón made it to the big city of Buenos Aires at 15. She became a major radio and stage star by age 22, the […]

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