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Actress Bets Malone returns for “Into the Woods in Concert”

“Into the Woods in Concert” is on Saturday., October 5, 2019.

“Into the Woods,” the Stephen Sondheim musical that catapulted the reputation of the Moonlight Amphitheatre in 1990 when it was the first regional theatre in the United States to be granted the production rights to the show, will be presented in a concert version for one night only on Sat., Octob

Theater Review: “Girlfriend”

“Girlfriend” plays through October 20, 2019 at Diversionary Theatre, 4545 Park Boulevard in University Heights.

Cast your mind back to 1993 and those mixtape days when cassettes were king. Then pretend you’re in tiny Alliance, Nebraska, where you’ve just graduated from high school and you’re wondering what comes next.

RuPaul’s Drag Race U.K. gets American premiere date

RuPaul’s Drag Race U.K. gets American premiere date.

The United States doesn't always get to watch Britsh shows, and a lot of fans of RuPaul's Drag Race were worried about where they could view the U.K. version of the series. Those concerns were relieved today as Logo announced the show will be skipping over the pond and landing at its home network.

Theater Review: "Monsieur Chopin"

"Hershey Felder as Monsieur Chopin" plays through October 6, 2019 at San Diego Repertory’s Space Theatre, 79 Horton Plaza, downtown.

Hershey Felder’s Chopin, on the other hand, is both a fine pianist and an engaging teacher, and he’s back in town with his one-man show about “Monsieur Chopin.” You can see him through Oct. 6 at San Diego Repertory’s Space Theatre. Joel Zwick directs.

Theater Review: “Victor/Victoria"

“Victor/Victoria” plays through September 28, 2019, at Moonlight Amphitheatre, 1200 Vale Terrace Drive, Vista.

When a broke, hungry singer named Victoria (Allison Spratt Pearce) meets a barely-employed café singer in a Left Bank club, Toddy (Lance Arthur Smith) tries to help her by setting up an audition with the club owner.

Shane Gillis fired from SNL for past homophobic comments

Comedian Shane Gillis won't be proud as a peacock after all. NBC has fired the jokester soon after announcing his hiring as a cast member for the 45th season of Saturday Night Live. Gillis was set to join two other new hires, including its first-ever Asian-American cast member, Bowen Yang, who also happens to be openly gay. 

Flesh deserves top-billing in "Steam Room Stories: The Movie"

"Steam Room Stories: The Movie" is about a brutal corporate mogul who discovers that one of the world's most sought after cures lies beneath a small L.A. business. She then sets out to shut it down in an attempt to profit off the find not knowing the company is already facing foreclosure and its customers have band together to save it. Sounds like an up brow "save the farm" drama.