The Diversionary Theatre‘s upcoming season, starting in July, features a world premiere, together with performs debuting in San Diego and on the West Coast.
The native premiere, of Dragon Mama, by Sara Porkalob and directed by Andrew Russell, is in September, adopted by a revival of The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams and directed by Lisa Berger, in November.
The West Coast premiere of Notes on Killing Seven Oversight, Administration and Financial Stability Board Members – a co-production with one other native firm, the Moxie Theatre – opens in Might, adopted by the world-premiere musical TL;DR: Thelma Louise; Dyke Remix, by EllaRose Chary and Brandon Gwinn, directed by Sherri Eden Barber, additionally in Might.
Tickets for the season can be found through subscription on-line and by calling 619-220-0097. Packages begin at $55, with reductions out there for seniors, college students, educators and navy.
“Subsequent season at Diversionary is all about breaking free from what holds us again to discover a brighter, extra loving and inclusive future,” stated Govt Creative Director, Matt Morrow.
The theater’s thirty eighth season kicks off in July with the return of the free Teen-Versionary program, by which a various cross part of queer youth write and carry out a brand new play as a part of the San Diego Delight Pageant.
As well as, Diversionary’s annual program serving LGBTQIA+ senior residents, the Stonewall Salon, will proceed. The group of elders meets for six weeks to create their very own present based mostly on their private histories, culminating in free performances open to the general public.
Academic programming contains the annual touring manufacturing, D-Excursions, going to varsities within the San Diego Unified Faculty District and neighborhood facilities and different efficiency venues throughout San Diego County, and Child-Versionary, with after-school programming on-site at Alice Birney Elementary and Roosevelt Center Faculties.