SAN DIEGO -- With just a few shows left, Diversionary Theatre is offering readers of SDGLN and SDPIX Magazine a special offer to see "Birds of a Feather," playing through March 3.
"Birds of a Feather" is a smart and surprisingly human comedy about two bird families – a pair of male penguins at the Central Park Zoo who hatch and adopt a chick and two hawks living and raising their own brood on a Central Park rooftop. Based on the true events that inspired the famously banned children’s book, "And Tango Makes Three," and which kept all of New York City looking up at a luxury apartment building in rapt fascination, families of every breed – whether in captivity or in their natural habitat, conventional or not, gay or straight – are celebrated in this heart-warming play.
Audiences will surely be atwitter with laughter, but really what’s new at the zoo is the wildly uplifting exploration of psychology, zoology and what it is that truly defines a family.
The cast includes Steve Gunderson as Roy/Pale Male, Kevin Koppman-Gue as Birdwatcher, Mike Sears as Silo/Lola and Rachael VanWormer as Zookeeper.
Readers can get tickets for just $20 by using promo code PIX20 at checkout.
Tickets are available HERE or by calling 619-220-0097. The ticket offer is subject to availability and certain restrictions may apply.
Diversionary Theatre is located at 4545 Park Blvd. in University Heights.