PowPAC’s “Bus Stop” is entertaining and interesting due to the actors, but the ending is a bit contrived. William Inge’s play, running through June 9 at PowPAC, Poway’s Community Theatre, was nominated for four Tony Awards, including Best Play, when it debuted on Broadway in 1955.
With beautiful rich voices, talented acting and enjoyable choreography, San Diego Musical Theatre’s version of “The Sound of Music” should be a must-see for fans of the movie.
A role once played by Marilyn Monroe will be brought to life on stage when PowPAC, Poway’s Community Theater presents its new show, “Bus Stop,” opening Friday, May 10 and running weekends only through Sunday, June 9 at its theater, located at 13250 Poway Road, in the Lively Center.
A well-performed version of the musical “Chicago” is playing at the Welk Theatre through June 2.
Whether a fan of jazz or newcomer to the genre, San Diego REPertory Theatre’s “Federal Jazz Project” is sure to be music to one’s ears, though the plot is a bit confusing.
Twists and turns abound in the interesting, well-acted mystery “An Inspector Calls,” performed by Scripps Ranch Theatre through April 21.
Two Poway actors will be featured in a staged reading of Lorey Hayes’ “Haiti’s Children of God,” 7 p.m. Monday, April 8 at the San Diego Repertory Theatre.
A talented and versatile cast combined with a witty — though dark — story and visually appealing set make The Old Globe’s “A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder” a musical worth seeing.
Powerful, believably emotional performances make “Doubt: A Parable” at PowPAC one of its best recent shows. It is playing through April 14.
PowPAC, Poway’s Community Theatre, is making a move to the dramatic with its production of “Doubt, A Parable,” opening Friday, March 15.