Por Que Los Hombres Aman a Las Cabronas
Aug 15, 2020
Puddles Pity Party
Aug 21, 2020
Sep 18, 2020
Sep 27, 2020
The Simon and Garfunkel Story
Oct 9, 2020
August 15, 2020
Based on the book by best-selling author Sherry Argov, Spanish-language stage play Por que los hombres aman a las Cabrona (Why Men Love B**ches), offers up a unique and hilarious perspective on the relationship dynamics between men and women. It sars Mexican actor and model Gabriel Soto, multi-talented entertainer Aracely Arambula and telenovela star Anastasia Acosta.
August 21, 2020
The alter-ego of super-sized baritone and Kingsized band leader Mike Geier, Puddles has been a mainstay of the Atlanta entertainment scene since 1998. The six-foot-eight inches entertainer has come to international fame with his heartfelt renditions of famous songs and distinctive whiteface clown costume. An enigmatic figure, he is known for not taking interviews in character, but has performed at various festivals in both the USA (Adult Swim's Aqua Teen Hunger Force's tour in 2010) and at countless worldwide comedy festivals, including the renowned Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
September 18, 2020
Stone-faced and cerebral - Steven Wright is a comedian who leaves audiences doubled over in laughter with his absurdist, slightly-skewed commentary. Known for his deadpan vocal and offbeat sense of humor, Steven Wright has been the recipient of several comedy awards as well as an Oscar which he won in 1989 for a short film he co-wrote and starred in.
September 27, 2020
Gregory Porter is one of the hottest names in jazz. The Californian native, always dapperly attired in his spitfire hat, released his latest studio album "Nat King Cole & Me" in 2017, followed by 2018's "Live At The Albert Hall" and is back on tour in 2020 bringing his melodious voice to fans across the country once more.
October 9, 2020
Following sold-out tour in the UK and across Europe, The Simon and Garfunkel heads to North American shores. A theatrical-style concert experience, this show traces the life and times of the influential 60s act with video projections and vintage clips, and of course, live performances of loads of the duo's greatest hits, from 'Mrs Robinson,' to 'The Sound of Silence.'
868 4th Ave, San Diego, CA 92101
The elegant Balboa Theatre has seen many uses over the years, from movie theater to housing for the US Navy during WWII. Beginning in the 1980s, the building was closed for twenty years and threatened with demolition, until a multi-million dollar renovation reopened it as a community arts center and theater space in 2008. It now hosts dozens of concerts and comedians every year.
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