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New Crazy Comedy, The Metromaniacs at the Old Globe

The Metromaniacs wows the crowd at the Old Globe in Balboa Park.

J*Company Youth Theatre Presents Seussical, Jr

J*Company Youth Theatre brings Seussical Jr. to life this month.

An “Upright and Grand” Musical Start to 2016 in San Diego

The San Diego Symphony presents Upright & Grand, the inaugural, month–long festival featuring the piano!

Sherlock Holmes and the Adventures of the Great Nome Gold Rush

Sherlock Holmes comes to the North Coast Rep on January 16th.

City Ballet of San Diego's The Nutcracker Review

Here is a review of City Ballet of San Diego's production of The Nutcracker.

Interview with Sam Roberts-Smith of The Ten Tenors

Fine Magazine interviews Sam Roberts-Smith of The Ten Tenors.

Interview with Scott Bradlee of Postmodern Jukebox

Fine Magazine interviews Scott Bradlee.

SCPA San Diego Offer Hope to Parents

Magnet and Charter schools still offer hope for parents and students

David Bennett: Responsible for Saving San Diego Opera

Opera in San Diego gets even better because of this man.

Best of San Diego: Plays, Musicals, Symphonies 2015

And your choices are...

Holy Shakespeare: Old Globe San Diego Turns 80

San Diego's Opera Company, Opera Neo Cultivating New Stars

The company's educational program is training the next generation of artists

Things to Do in San Diego: July 2015

The best events in San Diego for July

How I re-discovered the San Diego performing arts scene & you should too

Our Arts & Society section reaches a milestone: 1 year anniversary.

Christopher Ashley director of 'Come from Away' plot reveal: days following 9-11

35 Tony Awards later, La Jolla Playhouse is on a roll with it's upcoming season.