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Here Comes Super Potato!

October 3, 2012

What happens when an adventurous child and her babysitter collide with the whimsical world of cartoons and fairytales? Find out next week on Oct. 5, when Drama Production’s play, “Super Potato: The...

Allegiance

October 2, 2012

“Allegiance,” the Old Globe’s new musical, focuses on World War II, but it wasn’t as positive and fun loving as “The Sound of Music.” Instead of a nanny in Germany, “Allegiance” portrays...

Allegiance

October 1, 2012

Allegiance, The Old Globe’s new musical which premiered September 7th, focuses on World War II, but it wasn’t as positive and fun loving as “The Sound of Music.” Instead of a nanny in Germany,...

The Scottsboro Boys

May 15, 2012

“This time, can we tell the truth?” said one of the minstrel show performers. The Interlocutor, the master of ceremonies of the minstrel show, agrees with a shrug and then admits to the audience that...

Urinetown: Spring Musical Preview

May 11, 2012

Don’t hold it in, because with this spring’s musical, you just might be peeing your pants with laughter. Starting on the first of June, the Musical Theatre Production class will present “Urinetown:...

“Dividing the Estate” at The Old Globe

February 8, 2012

Horton Foote’s “Dividing the Estate” was an all-too-honest portrayal of the moral conflicts and changing ways of an American family. Matriarch grandma Stella invites her extended family over to her...

Old Globe’s “Some Lovers” is Great for the Holidays

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December 15, 2011

“Some Lovers” is the Old Globe’s world premiere musical with music written by award-winning Burt Bacharach. In a Dickens-esque tale, former flames Molly and Ben are visited by their younger selves...

A Doggone Good Play

December 15, 2011

The phrase “man’s best friend” has come to represent the undying loyalty between man and dog. There are always stories of the furry creatures rescuing people from fires, or calling 911 when their...

You’re a Mean One, Mr. Grinch

December 8, 2011

Little girls in brand new Christmas dresses ran up and down the aisles before the lights dimmed. Eyes fell upon the glowing green Grinch face up on stage, a subtle hint to sit down. The Old Globe’s 14th...

Somewhere Goes Nowhere, but Was Good at First

October 13, 2011

When New York elected to build Lincoln Center in 1959, many people recognized it as progress, but few stopped to think about those families who were uprooted from their homes to make way for the new performing...

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