Category archives for: Entertainment

‘Here Lies Jeremy Troy’ opens Friday at PowPAC

“Here Lies Jeremy Troy” stars, standing, from left: Frank Godinez, Bailey Neill, Nathan Boyer and Rachel Hoey. Front: Scott McNellan.

It’ll be a night full of lies, half-truths and deceit in the farcical “Here Lies Jeremy Troy,” opening Friday at PowPAC, Poway’s Community Theatre.

Museums offering educational fun

School’s out, but that doesn’t mean you have to stop learning. Check out what San Diego’s many museums are offering this summer.

Summer Shakespeare Festival offers a wide variety

Kristen Connolly as Desdemona and Blair Underwood as Othello in Shakespeare’s “Othello” at The Old Globe.  Photo by Jim Cox

From music to madness, The Old Globe will be offering a little of everything this summer.

Theme parks offering new thrills over summer

The new Legends of Chima water park opened in May at Legoland. Photo courtesy of Legoland

Looking for some family fun this summer? There’s lots going on at Southern California’s theme parks.

Romance, then and now, unfolds in musical at North Coast Repertory Theatre

Choreographer Jill Gorrie collaborates with director Rick Simas on ‘Romance, Romance,’ at North Coast Rep. Photo by Aaron Rumley

Has the art of romance changed from the days when face-to-face meetings were the way to woo, to these days when social media and cell phones are the harbingers of love?

Welk’s high-energy ‘Grease’ playing through July 27

The Welk Theatre’s production of the musical “Grease” can be seen through July 27.

With lots of energy, attitude and talent, Welk Theatre’s “Grease” cast does a good job of stepping back into Rydell High circa 1959.

Twilight in the Park back for 34th summer

For over three decades, Balboa Park has played host to free summer concerts in Twilight in the Park, which began this month and continues through August.

Poway Center unveils 2014-15 performance schedule

Marcia Ball, of the Marcia Ball Band, who will be performing in the Boogie in the Bayou concert.

There will be a little something for everyone on the Poway Center for the Performing Arts’ 2014-15 Professional Performance Series roster.

Moonlight delivers laughs with ‘Spamalot’

Spamalot stars Sean Murray, right, as King Arthur, pictured here with his loyal servant Patsy, left, played by Jamie Torcellini. Photo by Ken Jacques

Moonlight Stage Productions has kicked off its 34th summer season with the hilarious, irreverent musical “Spamalot.”

Creedence Clearwater Revisited ready to rock SD County Fair

Stu Cook. Photo courtesy of Poor Boy Productions

In July 1968, Creedence Clearwater Revival released its first album and instantly became an indelible part of the American music landscape. Since its first hit, “Susie Q,” the band has released a flurry of iconic songs that are still popular to this day. As a result of its continued popularity, Creedence Clearwater Revisited (a revival band that features some original members) still rocks out across the country to this day and, on June 19, the band brings its act to the San Diego County Fair.

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