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2019-2020 San Diego Arts Preview

A curated list of under-the-radar and over-the-top performances, exhibits, and additional works gracing our stages and museums



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Arts Preview 2019–2020:

33 Must-See Shows in San Diego

Mainstream productions made over for the stage, locally-born plays, and so much more

22 Can't Miss Exhibits in San Diego

Nail art, watercolor, insects, and more subjects appearing in galleries and events this season

8 San Diego Actors Share What Makes the Local Theater Scene Unique

The local thespians sound off on making names for themselves in San Diego and beyond

Dear San Diego, You Must See This Show

Director Michael Greif on bringing Dear Evan Hansen to San Diego

Rafael Payare Tells Us 'Why Mahler 5?'

The new music director of the San Diego Symphony explains why he chose Mahler 5 for his first performance

State of the Arts: New Venues and Public Troupes in San Diego

Newly opened art venues, cohorts that perform publically, and one space in desperate need

5 Hours with a San Diego Street Artist

Cecelia Linayao shares her process of chalking up a portrait

San Diego Lands a Michelangelo

And much more art from the Italian Renaissance as part of USD's Christ: Life, Death, and Resurrection exhibit

Hot Ticket: “Almost Famous” Debuts at The Old Globe

The iconic Cameron Crowe film premieres on stage this month
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