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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

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.

Versatile acoustic guitarist coming to Ed Brown Senior Center

Mark Shatz will give an acoustic guitar concert at 3 p.m. this Sunday in Rancho Bernardo.

Acoustic guitarist Mark Shatz said he will play an assortment of musical styles, including jazz, swing, light rock, country, classical and pop, when he performs this weekend in Rancho Bernardo.

Country musician Harper to performa at Poway Library

Escondido musician Suzanne Harper will perform on Saturday.

The Poway Library will be filled with the ballads of country singer Suzanne Harper at 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 13.

Comedy-thriller ‘Corpse!’ opens Sept. 12

PowPAC, Poway’s Community Theater, will be bringing a challenging comedy-thriller to life with “Corpse!”

Escondido artist brings her unique style to PCPA

Artist Cathy Carey will be showcasing her paintings in the PCPA during September.

The lobby of the Poway Center for the Performing Arts is a lot more colorful this month.

Poway artist will hold first exhibit at Café Lily

Samantha Tutone

By Emily Sorensen For Poway resident Samantha Tutone, a chance stop for a cup of coffee has led to her first art exhibit. Tutone, who graduated from Rancho Bernardo High School in 2008, will be holding her first art exhibit from Tuesday, Sept. 2 to Oct. 1 at Café Lily in Poway. Tutone will have [...]

Welk’s ‘Oklahoma!’ is definitely more than ‘OK’

The cast of “Oklahoma!” performing at the Welk Resorts Theatre through Nov. 16. Photo by Ken Jacques

The Welk’s delightfully sweet and charming rendition can be seen in Escondido through Nov. 16.

Moonlight’s ‘My Fair Lady’ is simply ‘loverly’

Stratton) gets exasperated when his student Eliza Doolittle (Hilary Maiberger), left, seeks refuge from his ill treatment of her by going to his mother (Kathy Brombacher). Photo by Ken Jacques

A “loverly” performance of “My Fair Lady” is gracing the Moonlight Amphitheatre stage through Aug. 30.

Old Globe’s ‘The Two Gentlemen of Verona’ sports new spin

Hubert Point-Du Jour (Valentine), Britney Coleman (Silvia), Kristin Villanueva (Julia), and Adam Kantor (Proteus) in Shakespeare’s ‘The Two Gentlemen of Verona.’Photo by Jim Cox

Shakespeare’s “The Two Gentlemen of Verona,” is a comedy about love, friendship, infidelity, and in director Mark Lamos’ production, spunk.

Mojalet performs summer dance series at the Vine

Experience a summer full of dance with the Mojalet Dance Collective’s Summer Series 2014 at the Vine Theater at the Bernardo Winery.