The Short List
Hot shows and exhibits
A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder
Co-produced by the Hartford Stage, the musical A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder has already received rave reviews from the New York Times. Starring UCSD alum and Tony winner Jefferson Mays, the show is headed to the Old Globe (March 8–April 14). For another dose of murder, see San Diego Opera’s Murder in the Cathedral, by Ildebrando Pizzetti (March 30–April 7). And for yet another dose of murder and music, Kander and Ebb’s Chicago will be performed by San Diego Musical Theatre at the Birch North Park Theatre (February 15–March 3) Scoli Acosta: ELEMENTALISTHMUS, on display through June 30 at MCASD downtown, will welcome a live performance by Acosta himself on March 14 at the museum’s TNT (Thursday Night Thing). The sketches and innovations of Giovanni Battista Piranesi, the “Michelangelo of the 18th century,” arrive at the San Diego Museum of Art March 30, in an exhibition called Piranesi, Rome and The Arts of Design.