Theater Previews – 2/20/20

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Another week, another theater preview! Joey Landwehr stops by with the latest shows you can enjoy throughout the county!

Broadway/San Diego (Civic Theatre – Downtown)
February 27 (ONE NIGHT ONLY!)
For the first time ever, Bachelor Nation will have a say in the rose ceremony. From the first impression rose to group-date challenges and coveted one-on-ones, watch it all unfold live on stage. Audience members and hosts will guide the Bachelor in his journey to find love. If the leading lady accepts the final rose, the night could end with the start of a beautiful romance.
• Come to enjoy the show, or come to fall in love! This engaging and hilarious experience will give you and your friends plenty to gossip about and fit an entire season of Bachelor drama into one evening! Visit for your chance to be a part of the journey!
• Tickets: or (619) 570-1100

Star Theatre (Oceanside)
Through February 23
Lend Me A Tenor is set in September 1934. Saunders, the general manager of the Cleveland Grand Opera Company, is primed to welcome world-famous singer Tito Merelli, known as “Il Stupendo”, the greatest tenor of his generation, to appear for one night only as the star of the opera. The tickets are sold, the stage is set, and thirty piece orchestra is ready. But it is about to become a huge disaster because it’s three minutes to curtain, and the leading man – the greatest tenor in the world – has gone missing! What happens next is pure hilarity in only the way, Ken Ludwig can deliver.
• Winner of 3 Tony Awards and 4 Drama Desk Awards,
• The A sensation on Broadway and in London’s West End, this madcap, screwball comedy is guaranteed to leave audiences teary-eyed with laughter!
• Star theatre is located in beautiful downtown Oceanside, where there are galleries and restaurants galore.
• Tickets: or (760) 721-9983

La Jolla Playhouse (UCSD Campus)
Through December 29
As a history-obsessed 12-year-old, Emily Driver uses her YouTube channel to celebrate landmark moments of activism and change. So when her request for a needed wheelchair is denied, she takes matters into her own hands – and launches into a time-travelling trip across the country where she meets trailblazing leaders from the past who have fought for equal rights. On the journey, she learns the power of speaking up, and how one voice can inspire others to create a more accessible world.
• In partnership with the National Disability Theatre, a team of actors, writers, and designers with disabilities brings this inventive and original story to life.
• A fun play for the whole family, and starring one of my absolute favorite local actors: Cass Pfann. I have had the privilege of directing her in many a show. She always brings to life some intense and honest characters.
• The Pop Tour, does just that, tours to different destinations across San Diego County. But On February 29 & March 1 there will be public performances at The Playhouse.
• Tickets: or (858) 550-1010

The Old Globe (Balboa Park)
Through March 8
This unconventional new comedy from Pulitzer Prize finalist Madeleine George sees the Greek god Dionysus return to the modern world disguised as the butch gardener Diane, whose secret mission is to seduce mortal followers and restore the earth to its natural state. Where better to begin than with four real housewives from New Jersey?
• The New York Times cheered Hurricane Diane as an “astonishing new play.”
• New York magazine hailed it as “hilarious and full of keen observation and profound human affection.”
• Directed by San Diego’s own James Vasquez
• Contains strong language.
• Tickets: or (619) 234-5623

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