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Theater Review: “Persuasion"

Tuesday at 7:30 pm;  Wednesday at 2 and 7:30 pm Thursday at 7:30 pm; Friday at 8 pm; Saturday at 4 and 8 pm Sunday at 2 pm.

The importance of money and social class and the place of women in early 19th-century England take center stage in Jane Austen’s beloved last novel, “Persuasion.”

Theater Review: "Silent Sky"

"Silent Sky,” about three women who dared not call themselves astronomers but who advanced the science immeasurably at the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th centuries.

Young playwright Lauren Gunderson seems to be making a career of writing plays about little-known women scientists. San Diego playgoers saw her play about mathematician/physicist the Marquise du Châtelet last year.

Theater Review: "Beau Jest"

Jason Heil, Ross Hellwig, Omri Schein, Sandy Campbell and Erika Phillips.

Can a nice Jewish kindergarten teacher find love with a goyisch actor? Probably, unless her parents get in the way.

But I’m getting ahead of myself.

Teacher Sarah (Erika Ruth Phillips) already has a perfectly good goyisch bf in a tall blond WASP advertising account exec named Chris Cringle (Jason Heil). But she also has very Jewish parents she’s afraid to introduce Chris to.

Theater Review: “Equivocation”

This San Diego premiere plays through Nov. 20 at Lamb’s Players Theatre.

Diana Elledge’s lovely onstage cello playing lends atmosphere to “Equivocation,” Bill Cain’s rollicking, sprawling comedy on the nature of truth, theater and politics.

This San Diego premiere plays through Nov. 20 at Lamb’s Players Theatre.

THEATER REVIEW: “The Foreigner”

“The Foreigner” plays through March 9 at Lamb’s Players Theatre, 1142 Orange Ave., Coronado.

"An Illiad" tops list of 2012 Craig Noel Awards

Moxie Theatre parlays three strong 2012 productions to take home the Braunagel Award for outstanding contribution to the San Diego arts scene by a small-budget theater.