Category: San Diego

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 […]

CRACKIN’ NUTS WITH THE SECOND CITY

CRACKIN’ NUTS WITH THE SECOND CITY

[ 0 ] December 8, 2014

by chris carpenter –  Leave it to The Second City improv masters, to mine comedic gold from holiday horrors such as drunken relatives, inappropriate gifts and office parties gone wild. The troupe returns to the La Jolla Playhouse following their enormously successful run last summer, with an all-new The Second City’s Nut-Cracking Holiday Revue, currently […]

MUSIC OF THE HOLIDAYS featuring the San Diego Gay Men's Chorus and More

MUSIC OF THE HOLIDAYS featuring the San Diego Gay Men’s Chorus and More

[ 0 ] December 5, 2014

by joel martens –  Christmas is a time for holiday traditions; moments with family (whosoever that definition might include), delicious food by the sleighful, oft’ more than is healthy, imbibed bits of nog, fun, fabulous gifts and of course, all of the ensuing festive holiday music. This December, enjoy some of that “family” connection and […]

AHF LAUNCHES SAN DIEGO WELLNESS CENTER

AHF LAUNCHES SAN DIEGO WELLNESS CENTER

[ 0 ] November 13, 2014

  AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) to expand access to sexual health services at San Diego AHF Healthcare Center in Hillcrest SAN DIEGO (November 13, 2014) — AIDS Healthcare Foundation, the largest AIDS organization in the United States, opened its newest Wellness Center last month in San Diego. The AHF San Diego Wellness Center is located […]

PILOBOLUS: DANCE REDEFINED

PILOBOLUS: DANCE REDEFINED

[ 0 ] November 10, 2014

by joel martens –  POWER sometimes comes in small packages and as is often the case, what is on the surface belies what lies beneath. Both are perfect metaphors for the dance phenom, Pilobolus. Much like its namesake, a tiny phototropic fungus that grows in barnyard organic matter, which can propel itself with extraordinary strength, […]

SECOND ANNUAL MULTICULTURAL LGBT LITERARY FOUNDATION GALA

SECOND ANNUAL MULTICULTURAL LGBT LITERARY FOUNDATION GALA

[ 0 ] November 7, 2014

by caleb rainey – This month I get to write about the Multicultural LGBT Literary Foundation and on a subject very close to me—literature. To get a better idea of what the foundation is and does, Director of Development, Andrew Brandon and Chief Financial Officer, Katrina Young, discuss the organization. Young stated, “The Foundation started […]

PARIS NIGHTS - NOVEMBER EDITION

PARIS NIGHTS – NOVEMBER EDITION

[ 0 ] November 3, 2014

by paris sukomi max November has arrived, ladies and gents… It’s the month of mustaches, deleting and un-tagging embarrassing facebook pictures from very messy Halloween adventures, overeating, no more heat waves (which means it’ll be slightly more difficult to dress like a hoochie) and being thankful. Kicking things off properly for November are two fabulous […]

HAVING A HUNCH ON THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME AT LA JOLLA PLAYHOUSE

HAVING A HUNCH ON THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME AT LA JOLLA PLAYHOUSE

[ 0 ] October 13, 2014

by chris carpenter –   Disney’s 1996 animated adaptation of Victor Hugo’s classic novel The Hunchback of Notre Dame may well be the storied studio’s most gay-relevant production to date. The movie was controversial in conservative Christian circles upon its release for that very reason, as well as for its inclusion of more adult than […]

SAN DIEGO'S TRILOGY OF TERROR: PEELING BACK THE SKIN

SAN DIEGO’S TRILOGY OF TERROR: PEELING BACK THE SKIN

[ 0 ] October 10, 2014

by tim parks – THE HAUNTED HOTEL, THE HAUNTED TRAIL & THE SCREAM ZONE It’s that time of year again, when our minds are focused on all things Halloween-related. Whether it’s deciding which costume will best show off your true inner personality, or buying a ticket to the latest horror flick or scarefest; it’s every adult’s […]

STEVE MARTIN AND EDIE BRICKELL’S 'BRIGHT STAR' SHINES WITH A.J. SHIVELY

STEVE MARTIN AND EDIE BRICKELL’S ‘BRIGHT STAR’ SHINES WITH A.J. SHIVELY

[ 0 ] October 7, 2014

by lisa lipsey –  From award-winning actor, screenwriter and playwright Steve Martin (Roxanne, Father of the Bride and my personal favorite—the sadistic dentist in Little Shop of Horrors) and chart-topping, singer-songwriter Edie Brickell comes Bright Star; a world premiere American musical inspired by the duo’s 2013 Grammy Award-winning song “Love Has Come For You.” Set […]

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