Occupy SD – Image Theatre for Wells Fargo Plaza

On a rainy, Saturday in November, a group of Occupy San Diego particpants began to develop an analytical  image to present in front of  the Wells Fargo Bank at the corner of Market and 1st Ave.  The image intends to portray the relationship of banks and corporations to the actual suffering of our people and the political structures that have enable them. Due to the rain we did not get a photo of the finished image and we did not march to Wells...

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Last Summer At Bluefish Cove by Jane Chambers

Last Summer at Bluefish Cove  is important in theater history as the first mainstream, high quality script featuring well crafted gay characters in a compelling love story revealing universal truths within the lesbian experience. The central character is a vibrant, self-confident woman named Lil Zalinski, who is spending the summer alone at a beach cottage in a small enclave that has been a lesbian haven for 30 years.  Also at the cove are her...

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VALHALLA by Paul Rudnick

An extravagantly constructed comedy, Valhalla offers a comic and affecting look at two disparate and passionate individuals, both searching for a life of operatic beauty. King Ludwig II was the real-life 1860”s ruler known as “The Mad King of Bavaria” – whose love of grandiloquent beauty manifested itself in the eventually self-destructive folly of building a series of fairytale castles before being declared mad. As if this weren’t...

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THE LARAMIE PROJECT by Moises Kaufman and members of Tectonic Theatre Project

Research for the The Laramie Project, Moisés Kaufman’s internationally successful play, began one month after a horrific crime occurred in the city of Laramie, Wyoming. Members of Kaufman’s theatrical group, Tectonic Theater Project, volunteered to travel with their director from New York City to the wide-open ranges of the West in order to gather in-person interviews from Laramie’s populace. The idea was to capture the emotions, reflections,...

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LOOKING FOR NORMAL by Jane Anderson

Roy is a middle-class mid-Western John Deere employee who, after 25 years of marriage and fatherhood, finally faces his life-long secret: he believes he is a woman in a man”s body and wants a sex change operation. “I don”t believe you”re a woman. Only a man could be so selfish!” screams Irma, Roy”s beloved wife, and mother of their two children, 22-year-old Wayne and 13-year-old Patty Ann. Anderson”s...

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