Category: San Diego

San Diego Women's Chorus Celebrates 30th Anniversary and Reaches $30,000 Fundraising Goal

San Diego Women’s Chorus Celebrates 30th Anniversary and Reaches $30,000 Fundraising Goal

[ 0 ] May 15, 2017

The San Diego Women’s Chorus treated audiences this past weekend (May 6-7, 2017) to a set of three celebratory performances of their 30th Anniversary concert, “Reflections: Looking Back On Our First 30 Years!” at the University Christian Church in Hillcrest. The concerts featured over 100 women of SDWC singing songs from the chorus’ 30-year history, […]

RISE UP AND SHINE ON: The North County LGBTQ Resource Center Gala

RISE UP AND SHINE ON: The North County LGBTQ Resource Center Gala

[ 0 ] May 9, 2017

by tim parks –  Beginning in 2008, Executive Director Max Disposti championed the need for a center in the northern region of San Diego by originating the North County LGBT Coalition, which led to the opening of the North County LGBTQ Resource Center in 2011. The Center has become a vital part of the LGBTQ […]

BALLAST: Who We Are, A Journey Explored at Diversionary

BALLAST: Who We Are, A Journey Explored at Diversionary

[ 0 ] May 5, 2017

by lisa lipsey –  Diversionary Theatre presents the world premiere of Ballast by Georgette Kelly, a highly poetic exploration of the waking and dream lives of two trans and cisgender couples. Ballast gives us a glimpse into the lives of Zoe (Jaque Wilke) and Grace (Dana Levinson) as they navigate their relationship in the wake […]

ON THE TWENTIETH CENTURY:  High-Speed Comedy at Cygnet Theatre

ON THE TWENTIETH CENTURY: High-Speed Comedy at Cygnet Theatre

[ 0 ] April 20, 2017

by lisa lipsey –  “All aboard!” Enjoy a night of old Hollywood, paired with one train and a double dose of a Tony Award-winning musical (1978 winner for best book and best original score), as On the Twentieth Century departs from Old Town’s Cygnet Theatre all month long. It’s a show that has deep roots: […]

San Diego Human Dignity Foundation’s Aston Brooks Awards Gala: Richard Geyser Community Leadership Award Recipient Bill Kelly

San Diego Human Dignity Foundation’s Aston Brooks Awards Gala: Richard Geyser Community Leadership Award Recipient Bill Kelly

[ 0 ] April 12, 2017

by lisa lipsey –  About 14 years ago, I first met William “Bill” Kelly: A friendly, talkative, artsy guy with a passion for making the world a better place, who radiated love for his hubbie Bob and their dog, Jack. We served on the Board of PAWS San Diego (Pets Are Wonderful Support) and our […]

OUT WITH DOROTHY AND THE GANG! It's LGBT Night at San Diego Symphony

OUT WITH DOROTHY AND THE GANG! It’s LGBT Night at San Diego Symphony

[ 0 ] April 5, 2017

Join the San Diego Symphony on Saturday, April 15 for an evening of live music, dancing, cocktails and a fun pre-concert costume contest, featuring the beloved 1939 American musical,   produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.  Based on L. Frank Baum’s 1900 era novel, the film won the Academy Award for Best Original Score […]

GENE KELLY: THE LEGACY

GENE KELLY: THE LEGACY

[ 0 ] April 4, 2017

AN INTERVIEW WITH PATRICIA WARD KELLY ~ by bill biss~ Gracious, generous in knowledge and very personable and wise… That’s how to describe Patricia Ward Kelly. It’s very clear that it is the love and respect she feels for her late husband, who happens to be the legendary dancer, actor and director, Gene Kelly. Their […]

FINDING NEVERLAND - Tom Hewitt Soars into California

FINDING NEVERLAND – Tom Hewitt Soars into California

[ 0 ] March 17, 2017

~ by lisa lipsey ~ It is October 1911 and Scottish born playwright J.M. Barrie has just completed his newest play, Peter Pan, or The Boy Who Wouldn’t Grow Up. A story he based on the imaginative antics of four neighboring children near his London home. He met them while out walking his Saint Bernard and […]

BLACK GRACE

BLACK GRACE

[ 1 ] March 14, 2017

DANCE UNBOUND ~ by joel martens ~ They say that music is the universal language. It’s inherent to all human conditions and a language that shares stunning commonalities, no matter what place you inhabit on the globe. Another expression we share as  humans? We dance. Drop yourself anywhere on this diverse planet, no matter how […]

CHARLES  BUSCH:  The Lady At The Mic

CHARLES BUSCH: The Lady At The Mic

[ 0 ] March 8, 2017

by tony reverditto –  Charles Busch authored and stared in The Divine Sister, Vampire Lesbians of Sodom, The Tribute Artist and The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife, the latter of which, ran for 777 performances on Broadway, receiving a Tony nomination for best play. He also wrote and starred in the film versions of Psycho […]

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