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Theater Review: “Shrew!”

“Shrew!” plays through April 21, 2018 at South Coast Repertory, 655 Town Center Drive in Costa Mesa.

“The Taming of the Shrew” has been a problematic play from the beginning, especially with that last scene of a “tamed” Kate advising women to put a hand beneath their husband’s foot as a sign of submission.

The years since then have only intensified women’s discomfort with the play.

Theater Review: “Buyer and Cellar”

“Buyer and Cellar” runs through April 22, 2018, at the Broadway Theater, 340 East Broadway, Vista.

How many celebrities do you know who have an underground shopping mall in their basement, stocked with tchotchkes and other memorabilia of their public lives?

Dad's requested pic of son's "boy toy" goes viral

Text exchange between father and son goes viral.

A dad wanted to brag about his son’s relationship and asked to see his “boy toy” in this heartwarming story that has recently gone viral.

Louis is a teenager who has become the internet social media celeb of the day thanks to a text exchange he had with his dad.

Theater Review: “Beachtown"

“Beachtown” plays through April 15, 2018, at San Diego Repertory Theatre’s Lyceum Space, 79 Horton Plaza, downtown.

And now for something completely different.

San Diego Repertory’s Playwright-in-Residence Herbert Siguenza has teamed with Rachel Grossman, artistic director of dog & pony dc theater company, for something San Diego hasn’t seen recently: immersive theater, the kind that invites the audience to “write” the play by becoming part of the action.

Drama Queen Joan Collins to join 'American Horror Story 8'

Joan Collins will star in American Horror Story Season 8.

The Queen of Drama, Joan Collins, is getting ready to make a return to television, or at least that’s what Ryan Murphy is hoping for his eighth season of American Horror Story.

'Drag Race' stars confronted by homophobe in UK

Drag Race star was verbally attacked at a UK kebab shop.

A real-life reading match quickly turned homophobic and almost physical for two Drag Race season 9 contestants Farrah Moan and Shea Couleé.

The two reality stars were visiting a kebab shop in Newcastle, England where they are currently on tour. Farrah, sans makeup, was sporting an Easter pink hairdo.