An Evening with Barry Edelstein

Wednesday, January 28 at 7pm

Lawrence Family JCC in La Jolla

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An evening for gay and lesbian theatre lovers and the whole LGBT community. This event includes a hosted wine and martini bar, delicious appetizers, door prizes, and a pre-show mixer. Everyone is welcome. Just $24 per person in addition to your theatre ticket. Call to RSVP at (619) 23-GLOBE. All events start at 6:30 p.m.

When you select your seat, pick “Show + OUT event.”


Buyer & Cellar

Thursday, April 16

What's a renowned diva to do with decades of memories that light the corners of her mind? And where to put the acres of memorabilia bursting the seams of her Malibu estate? If you're Barbra Streisand, you enshrine them in a mini-mall in your basement where you can pretend to go shopping! Out-of-work actor Alex More can't pass up the oddest of odd jobs—an offer to play shopkeeper for one tough customer who doesn't let anyone rain on her parade. Soon it begins to take a toll on his patience, his love life, and his view of people (who need people). Jonathan Tolins's "totally fictional" Off Broadway hit will have you rolling in the aisles and realizing why The New York Times called it "seriously funny — a remarkably sustained slice of absurdist whimsy," and the New York Daily News declared, "This play deserves a hearty 'Hello, gorgeous!'"

Contains strong language.


The White Sanke

Thursday, July 2

Tony Award winner Mary Zimmerman creates an enchanting theatrical spectacle with live music and sumptuous visuals. In this visionary staging of a classic Chinese fable, a gentle serpent transforms into a beautiful woman. She falls in love with a dashing young man and decides to stay human forever, until a wicked monk discovers her true identity and vows to destroy her. The White Snake is an unforgettable theatrical event for all ages that NPR called "strikingly beautiful." The New York Times proclaimed that Zimmerman "creates richly imagistic works—her eye refines and refinishes, drawing ever-sharper pictures from the texts she theatricalizes."