Bethany, San Diego

San Diego, CA

Bethany, San Diego

There is an emerging genre describing the economic downturn that began in late 2008 and continues today. Mass layoffs, foreclosures, the dystopian trajectory of the banking crisis — we are reliving these nightmares in fiction. Add "Bethany" to the list.  ...

In the Time of the Butterflies, San Diego

Political revolutions are perceived as a male-dominated undertaking. In the 1950s, however, it was four sisters who inspired a Caribbean nation to topple one of Latin America’s most brutal dictators. How these women born to privilege went from  ...

Venus in Fur, San Diego

Written by David Ives Directed by Kim Rubinstein and Sam Woodhouse San Diego Repertory Theatre Nov. 9 – Dec. 8, 2013 A writer tackles an adaptation of the 1870 erotic novella “Venus in Furs” then hits a wall auditioning 21st century  ...

The Few

What’s it like to be lonely? Not just alone but pure existential isolation. How do people cope? The Old Globe’s world premiere production of "The Few" explores these questions, offering a poignant trip into the heart of darkness. Set in  ...

The Last Goodbye

And I've seen your flag on the marble arch And Love is not a victory march It's a cold and it's a broken Hallelujah If you ever wondered whether the world needs a rock opera rendition of "Romeo and Juliet,"  ...

Other Desert Cities

What do adult children owe their parents? For that matter, what do parents owe their children? They lead separate lives but share pieces of a common past framed by disparate points of view. Do the parents need to justify their  ...