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Here comes “Fly,” a new Wendy-centered musical opening at La Jolla Playhouse Feb. 18. And it’s offering a whole new Pan-orama, with a re-imagined Wendy taking center stage. Book-writer (and co-lyricist) Rajiv Joseph is a playwright best known for his Pulitzer Prize-nominated “Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo” and “Guards at the Taj,” which had a controversial production at the Playhouse in 2016. (I loved it.) “Fly” is an offbeat take on J.M. Barrie’s “Peter and Wendy,” a 1911 novel that was the Scottish-born, London-based writer’s follow-up to his hugely successful 1904 play “Peter Pan, or the Boy Who Would Never Grow Up.”
Phil Salazar and the Kin Folk will play at the Pilgrim United Church of Christ Oct. 19 in Carlsbad as part of the nonprofit San Diego Folk Heritage’s regular series of events.
Kat Hammock, who grew up in Encinitas and recently graduated from La Costa Canyon High School, landed on Team Blake in the NBC singing competition “The Voice,” following her rendition of Billy Joel’s “Vienna” in an episode that aired Sept. 23.
Somewhere on a highway between Denver, Colorado and Salt Lake City, Utah, Rachael Yamagata is in a Chevy Tahoe traversing from one tour stop to another.
The upscale KAABOO festival is teaming up with the San Diego Padres and moving to downtown San Diego after five years in Del Mar
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“I don’t remember the wildest show we ever played,” says Camper Van Beethoven founding member and bassist Victor Krummenacher.
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