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Theater Review: “Plays by Young Writers”

Four playwrights see their works given full productions, while the two youngest winners get staged readings of their works.

A strange warehouse where you can take something you want, but you must leave something of equal value; a satire on gentrification and bias in the tech industry; the horrors of a refused “promposal” and a farce about formerly incarcerated friends who reunite as they re-enter society are the themes of four of this year’s winning Plays by Young Writers.

Theater Review: "The Lion"

Benjamin Scheuer wrote and stars in The Lion

This is the story of a boy, his father and the music that both bound and separated them.

It all started with the gift of a “Cookie-tin Banjo” from his guitar-playing dad, who could have been a musician himself but instead became a mathematician and academic. 

THEATER REVIEW: "Plays By Young Writers"

Playwrights Project’s “Plays by Young Writers” plays through January 31, 2016 at the Old Globe’s Sheryl and Harvey White Theatre in Balboa Park.

THEATER REVIEW: “The Merchant Of Venice” at the Old Globe | VIDEO

“The Merchant Of Venice” plays through Sept. 28 in repertory with “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” and “Rosencrantz And Guildenstern Are Dead” at The Old Globe’s Lowell Davies Festival Theatre, 1363 Old Globe Way in Balboa Park.

Get Going with VIDEOS: CityFest, dance, film and a big week for theater

It’s a big week for the theatre community, featuring 2011/2012 season openers, as well as one-time performances by teens and stars like Jai Rodriguez known best for his role in “Queer Eye for the Straight Guy.” Plus, Hillcrest will welcome over 150,000 CityFest attendees, while LGBT comics will tickle your funny bone, giving you plenty of options to get going.