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Diversionary Theater

Theater Review: "The Mystery of Love and Sex"

John Wells III as “Jonny” and Rachael VanWormer as “Charlotte."

Lucinda (Marci Anne Wuebben) smokes reefer, Howard (Mike Sears) is a casual racist, sexist and homophobe. A Jewish New Yorker and writer of detective novels, he is smug and self-satisfied, but with a definite soft spot for daughter Charlotte. Mom is a Southern belle and lapsed (nay, converted) Catholic.

Theater Review: "[manhandled]"

[manhandled]” was inspired by watching people and their relationships on display at airports.

Choreographer Michael Mizerany’s latest dance show “[manhandled]” was inspired by watching people and their relationships on display at airports. Shows you what a creative person can do with what I have always considered time wasted.

Four works are offered: the titular new work, a commissioned dance choreographed by Bradley R. Lundberg and encores of two previously shown works.

Theater Review: "The Boy Who Danced On Air"

Troy Iwata (Paiman)

“If you decide the traditions are nothing, then you have nothing. You are only dancing on air.” - Jahandar

Afghanistan has strict laws about sexual behavior – and a practice called Bacha Bazi (“boy play”), in which poverty-stricken parents sell their boys as young as nine to wealthy, often married men who teach them to dance (dressed as women).

"Cousin Geri" Jewell weighs in on Diversionary's "Facts Of Life: The Lost Episode"

This weekend sees the end of the campy romp through a wide-eyed, racy but laugh-out-loud funny "lost episode" version of the beloved 1980's sitcom of the same name and the real "cousin Geri" speaks to SDGLN about the show, the stage play, her lifelong work in advocacy and coming out as a lesbian.

Get Going with VIDEOS: San Diego kicks off its pre-summer fun

This week's social and art calendar features events for queer professionals, art lovers, and budget-strapped San Diegans looking for something free and fun. Plus, local dogs show off their surfing skills in the annual Surf Dog Competition!

GET GOING with VIDEOS: Your handy guide to San Diego's top events!

Whether you are celebrating Cinco de Mayo, or all that is Cajun with 8,000 pounds of Louisiana crawfish, there are so many options for cultural events this weekend that there's absolutely no excuse for staying home! Catch a free film, taste delicious creations while supporting a good cause, learn all about chocolate, or spend Saturday celebrating women during the day and cheering on the Padres with dozens of LGBT fans at night - just get out there!

GET GOING with VIDEOS: Your handy guide to San Diego's top events!

From national celebrities on stage, to early "Cinco de Mayo" celebrations, this week in San Diego there's no shortage of outdoor events. Plus, there's plenty of laughs and film screenings, featuring your four favorite New Yorker gals!