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6 Must See Shows in San Diego for April

Must-sees on stage, on screen, and in the gallery



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The Jazz Age comes alive at the Westgate Hotel’s dinner and show, A Salute to Billie Holiday and Dizzy Gillespie. April 3

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San Diego Ballet dancers will perform Choreographer’s Concert. San Diego Dance Place, April 5

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Tony-award-winning musical Spring Awakening lands at Cygnet Theatre. March 6–April 27

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The Pulitzer-winning tale of a returning Iraqi veteran, Water by the Spoonful debuts at the Old Globe. April 12–May 11

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Learn about the red light district during the late 1800s at Sin Diego: The Stingaree’s Transformation from Vice to Nice. San Diego History Center, April 1–October 31

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Timken Museum’s lecture series includes Colorism and The Flemish Connection in 18th-Century French Painting featuring Eik Kahng. April 14

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