Category archives for: Entertainment

The Tournament of the Phoenix returns to Poway this weekend

A knight preparing to joust at last year's Tournament of the Phoenix in Poway.

Ready to relive history? The Tournament of the Phoenix returns to Poway for the eighth year this weekend, Friday, Oct. 17 through Sunday, Oct. 19 at the Poway Rodeo Grounds, 14336 Tierra Bonita Road, Poway.

Poway Symphony Orchestra welcomes new conductor

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As the Poway Symphony Orchestra prepares to launch its 10th anniversary season, it is also welcoming a new conductor to the fold.

Berkley Hart Selis Twang brings new album to PCPA

Berkley Hart Selis Twang will debut music from their new self-titled album at their concert Saturday at the PCPA.

Berkley Hart are returning to the Poway Center for the Performing Arts Saturday, and this time, they’re bringing some very talented friends.

Center in Escondido to offer music, dance performances

La Santa Cecilia performs Friday at the California Center for the Arts, Escondido.

The California Center for the Arts, Escondido is offering something for everyone in the coming months.

Rancho Bernardo Library to host free jazz concert series

Lori Bell will be performing at the Rancho Bernardo Library Wednesday.

A new series of jazz concerts begins this month at the Rancho Bernardo Library with flutist Lori Bell.

Miramar Air Show returns after one-year hiatus

The Blue Angels will be performing at the MCAS Miramar Air Show. File photo

The MCAS Miramar Air Show returns Friday, Oct. 3 through Sunday, Oct. 5 with aerial shows and demonstrations to entertain the whole family.

Life of Gene Kelly explored in ‘Gene Kelly: the Legacy’

Patricia Ward Kelly and Gene Kelly in 1994.

Take a trip into the life of Gene Kelly with “Gene Kelly: the Legacy” on Oct. 4 at Moonlight Amphitheatre.

Streisand tribute is Sunday at Poway Center

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Fans of Barbra Streisand will be able to hear her songs at the Poway Center for the Performing Arts on Sunday.

Review: San Diego Repertory season opens with inspiring show

Mona Golabek performing in “The Pianist of Willesden Lane,” which opened San Diego Repertory Theatre’s 39th season. It continues through Sept. 28. Photo by Carol Rosegg

UPDATE: This show has been extended to Oct. 12. — Sometimes theater is supposed to inspire and make one think, not just entertain. The first show in San Diego Repertory Theatre’s 39th season does just that.

PowPAC’s ‘Corpse!’ keeps you guessing until the end

Rupert Farrant (Brian P. Evans), left, listens as Maj. Ambrose Powell (Joel Gossett) tries to convince him to visit his estranged twin brother, who is supposedly on his death bed in “Corpse!” that is playing through Oct. 12 at PowPAC.Photo by Joel Colbourn

Six personalities — with hints of a seventh — are brought to life on the PowPAC stage by four talented actors in the English comedy thriller “Corpse!” that runs through Oct. 12.