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Summer 2019

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Everyone’s a Critic

A weekly local theater review

The Best Acting in ‘Girlfriend’ Comes Between the Lines

Diversionary Theatre tells a sweet, subtle story of forbidden love, so watch closely

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Being a Teenage Tudor Is Bloody Business In 'The Virgin Trial'

Cygnet’s new production proves you don’t get to be queen of England by staying innocent

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Get a Head Start on Halloween with ‘The Addams Family’ Musical

Welk Resort Theatre goes altogether ooky (snap snap)

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Every Stranger Has a Story in 'The Coast Starlight'

La Jolla Playhouse's world-premiere is an ode to the romance of train travel

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Moxie’s New Season Is Off to a Smashing Start with ‘Dance Nation’

This Pulitzer Prize finalist is full of surprises and rich character work

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'Romeo and Juliet' Takes Big Risks, Most of Which Pay Off

It’s impossible to watch The Old Globe’s interpretation like you might any other Shakespeare—but that’s the point

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Return to Runyonland for ‘Another Roll of the Dice’

North Coast Rep premieres the spiritual successor to Guys and Dolls

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The ’80s Are Alive and Well at Cygnet Theatre

You’ll have nothin’ but a good time at ‘Rock of Ages’

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