Up Next: RECKLESS @ the Old Globe / USD

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Date and Time:

Saturday, April 12, 2014 – Wednesday, April 16, 2014


Sacred Heart Hall Studio Theatre


See Below



by Craig Lucas Directed by Richard Seer

Saturday, April 12 at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, April 13 at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 15 at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 16 at 7:30 p.m.

Rachel is a bubbly, giddy suburban wife who loves Christmas, and this one is shaping up to be the perfect holiday … until she discovers her husband has hired a hit man to kill her. Join us for this hilarious dark comedy The New York Times calls “a bittersweet Christmas fable for our time.”

$10 general admission; $8 student, senior, active military. Tickets on sale at the Hahn University Center Box Office starting March 28. Call (619) 260-2727 for tickets.


November 9-17: Much Ado @ The Old Globe

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November 9-17: Much Ado @ The Old Globe

More news about my forthcoming production of Much Ado About Nothing in the Sheryl and Harvey White Theatre at The Old Globe.

Up Next: MUCH ADO @ The Old Globe

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Up Next: MUCH ADO @ The Old Globe

The Old Globe today announced that it will present The Old Globe/University of San Diego Graduate Theatre Program’s production of William Shakespeare‘s Much Ado About Nothing, directed by James Newcomb, Nov. 9 – Nov. 17, 2013 in the Sheryl and Harvey White Theatre, part of the Globe’s Conrad Prebys Theatre Center. Opening night is Nov. 9 at 8:00 p.m.

2/25/13: Monday Night PlayGround Math Night

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Join us for our 10th annual Math Night, presented in association with Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, featuring six short plays inspired by an assigned prompt (“FEARFUL SYMMETRY”) and written in just four-and-a-half days. The top six scripts (see below) will be presented at Monday Night PlayGround on February 25. Come discover creativity in the making. For more info, visit http://playground-sf.org/monday.shtml. For background on this month’s topic, visit http://playground-sf.org/topic.shtml.

Symmetrical Smack-Down by William Bivins, directed by Amy Mueller
The Night Dances by Karen Macklin, directed by Molly Aaronson-Gelb
The Spherical Loneliness of Beverly Onion by Katie May, directed by Virginia Reed
Death Claim by Tom Swift, directed by Jim Kleinmann
My Better Half by Jonathan Spector, directed by Jon Tracy
The Decision of Menelaus by Ignacio Zulueta, directed by Delia MacDougall

There’s a free pre-show talk with the playwrights and mathematicians of MSRI at 7:10pm. Bonus Feature: The show will begin with the reading of an excerpt from Crish Barth’s new full-length play commission, O HAPPY DAGGER.

Tickets ($15; $10 for registered students), four-admission flex subscriptions are available online at http://playground-sf.org/boxoffice.

From the archives: Youmans’ “Without A Song”

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From the archives: Youmans’ “Without A Song”

Check out this recording from my 2009 Beijing tour of Give Me The Simple Life.

“Without A Song” by Vincent Youmans and lyrics by Billy Rose and Edward Eliscu

Tyler Kent

with G. Scott Lacy at the piano


PHOTO CALL: J.Ed Araiza’s MEDEAStories @ NY’s SITI Company

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PHOTO CALL: J.Ed Araiza's MEDEAStories @ NY's SITI Company



by J.Ed Araiza

Presented at SITI Company in New York City on January 18th, 2013, MEDEAStories is J.Ed Araiza’s original adaptation of Euripides’ Medea. The result of a collaboration of twenty-three theatre artists from ten countries around the globe, the company included:

Tyler Kent, Marjolayne Auger, Virginia Logan, Pálína Jónsdóttir, Sarah Rae Mitchel, Kelley Swindall, Nikki Ferry, Tina Yotopoulou, Maridee Slater, Ilias Rafailidis, Christian LeMay, Dan Balkin, Matthew Mauer, Elisa Pbb, Gabriel Olivares Sanabria, Damian Alexander Bernardo, Alexandra Viteri Arturo, Andy Sowers, Neal Utterback, Danielle Faitelson, J.Ed Araiza, Gian-Murray Gianino, and Kelly Maurer.


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Martuni’s Piano Bar
4 Valencia St, San Francisco, California 94103-1102

The winter Christmazwankzahannukastice arrives but once a year. Mr. Joe Wicht asks you to join his wacky band of troubadours for a most traumatic holiday showcase. Featuring his favorite arrangement of “O Come All Ye Faithful,” plus a slew of completely irrelevant and inappropriate numbers, the showcase features the talents of LEANNE BORGHESI, TYLER KENT and CARA BURGOYNE.

Be prepared to drink, too. But that goes without saying.

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