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Meet local artist Eric Humphreys

Meet local artist Eric Humphreys.

His parents allowed him to build a large wall in the backyard in an effort to keep his skills above board. The 40ft x 8ft structure was not a place to keep him contained though--just the opposite; it allowed him to freely express himself through the art of painting.

Theater Review: “The Outsider”

“The Outsider” plays through March 22, 2020, at North Coast Repertory Theatre, 987 Lomas Santa Fe Drive, Solana Beach.

Playwright Paul Slade Smith opts for the hilarity of incompetence in “The Outsider,” his portrayal of the accession of a most unusual American lieutenant governor to the governor’s office as the result of a sex scandal.

Theater Review: “A Kind of Weather”

Theater Review: “A Kind of Weather”

In Sylvan Oswald’s “A Kind of Weather,” a 30-something writer called Kid (August Forman) is a trans male in the process of writing his memoir about the transition for editor Rose (Andréa Agosto), who’s getting antsy about that manuscript.

Actors Connor Jessup and Miles Heizer announce they are dating

Actors Connor Jessup and Miles Heizer announce they are dating.

Connor Jessup is seeing great success both in his professional life and personal life. Not only is his Netflix original show Locke and Key getting great reviews, but he confirmed over the weekend that he and fellow actor Miles Heizer of 13 Reasons Why are an item.

Theater Review: “August Wilson’s Jitney”

“August Wilson’s Jitney” plays through February 23, 2020 on The Old Globe’s Donald and Darlene Shiley Stage 1363 Old Globe Way in Balboa Park.

“Jitney” is part of playwright August Wilson’s 10-part “Pittsburgh Cycle” of plays chronicling African American life throughout the 20th century. The eighth in the series, it was the first written but the last to be performed on Broadway, in 2017.

Theater Review: “Babette’s Feast”

“Babette’s Feast” runs through February 16, 2020 at Lamb’s Players Theatre, 1142 Orange Avenue, Coronado.

Isak Dinesen’s 1958 short story “Babette’s Feast,” adapted for the stage by Rose Courtney, plays there through Feb. 16.

The film adaptation won the Best Foreign Film Oscar in 1987. The play, however, was adapted from the short story, not the film.