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Godmother of drag: Michelle Visage

Michelle Visage doesn't care if you like her or not, that's on you. But she can help.

It takes a lot to be a drag mother, and even though Michelle Visage is not a drag queen she could be deemed their Godmother. She certainly knows how to mentor them, protect them, help them flourish, but she doesn’t care if they like the sting of her words or not, "Sometimes they’re too belligerent," she tells me.

Ticket winners for 'Werq the World Tour' announced

Alyssa Edwards stars in "Werq the World" tour in San Diego.

Many entered the contest to win a pair of tickets to see "Werq the World" tour on October 12, 2017, and 12 lucky people won.

"Werq the World" stars some of RuPaul's Drag Race most memorable contestants in a showstopping stage production that took the globe by storm. 

This show has sold out in numerous locations both in Europe and the U.S.

Theater Review: “Damn Yankees”

Katie Sapper (Gloria Thorpe) and the ensemble of Damn Yankees.

Remember Faust, who sold his soul to the devil for knowledge and worldly pleasures? Well, wouldn’t you know, somebody saw a baseball story in that.

It’s called “Damn Yankees” (my feeling exactly, but I could say that equally about every sports team), and San Diego Musical Theatre presents the 1955 musical through June 18 at the Spreckels Theatre. 

Theater Review: "9 to 5: The Musical"

Ever have a misogynist, lecherous jerk of a boss that made you fantasize about inflicting a slow, painful (or at least humiliating) death on him?

The trio of hard-working ladies in “9 to 5: The Musical” have one of those bosses, and they’re here to take charge of him and the office through Feb. 26 in San Diego Musical Theatre’s 10th season opener.

San Diego's 'Best' Nutcracker at the Spreckels Theatre

Use special code SDGLN at checkout to save $10 on tickets to "The Nutcracker" at the Spreckels Theatre in San Diego.

The holiday season probably wouldn’t be complete without a performance of “The Nutcracker,” and City Ballet of San Diego has outdone themselves this year with a production voted "San Diego’s Best Nutcracker" by the Tommy Awards.

Theater Review: “42nd Street”

The Company from Spreckels Theatre's production of "42nd Street."

Get out your tap shoes and your dreams of stardom (well, metaphorically anyway): “42nd Street” is back in town, that tap-happy show that will renew your faith in the triumph of good and the dreams of youth.