2016 marked the 400th year since William Shakespeare’s death, but Union-Tribune language columnist Richard Lederer will demonstrate through excerpts from the Bard’s plays and sonnets that Shakespeare is alive and well and living robustly in San Diego. Special guest David Ellenstein will introduce Lederer and perform two Shakespeare monologues to help illustrate the brilliance of the great dramatist.
Bring your own dairy lunch and discuss the week’s parasha with Rabbi Earne.
Parents explore the exhibitions while kids ages 2–5 experience art, music, and stories. Prices are for children’s registration, no fee for the parent.
Help fight hunger in San Diego by participating in the Empty Bowls Fundraiser at Coronado High School! Coronado High School ceramics students have been making over a thousand bowls for the past two months for the annual fundraiser.
Directed by Marta Domingo, “La Traviata” transports us to the past to a love story with poignant themes that transcend the ages.
San Diego’s premier arts and cultural event, Mission Federal ArtWalk, is coming back to the streets of Little Italy on April 29 – April 30 to celebrate its 33rd year as the largest fine art festival in Southern California. The 17-block wide event features over 350 local, national and international artists coming together for a free two-day festival filled with art, live entertainment, food, drinks, and more.