Arts & Culture
- May 26
- By Beth Accomando
It’s Memorial Day weekend and there’s the forgettable new “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales,” the memorable “Roman Holiday” screening outdoors, “Fire Walk With Me” at midnight, and the occult horror tale “A Dark Song.”
Memorial weekend marks the unofficial launch of the summer movie season and here is a preview of what is to come.
Fandango Fronterizo, a binational musical gathering of traditional son jarocho-style music, celebrates its 10th anniversary this weekend.
Write Out Loud regularly performs at Cygnet Theatre but on Tuesday it will present “Fractured Fairy Tales,” a piece designed to compliment Cygnet’s current production “Shockheaded Peter,” which is a collection of stories about naughty children and misguided parents.
- May 25
- By Nina Garin
Summer's almost here, and that means it's outdoor movie season in San Diego.
- May 24
- By City News Service
San Diego's film office Wednesday welcomed news that Tom Cruise plans to make a sequel to "Top Gun," the movie that imprinted the city's military culture on the consciousness of millions of moviegoers.
Like it did with "Into the Woods," Fiasco Theater reinvents Molière for Globe-commissioned "The Imaginary Invalid."
- May 24
- By Alison St John
The Del Mar Fair board voted unanimously Tuesday to develop a theater venue inside the Surfside satellite wagering facility, where revenues are falling.
- May 24
- By Ebone Monet
Maestro Jahja Ling conducts his final performance with the San Diego Symphony this weekend, following 13 seasons as music director.
The authors of "Committed: The Battle Over Involuntary Psychiatric Care," Dinah Miller and Annette Hanson, show both sides of the argument over involuntary treatment in the book but conclude that it is not the best solution.