This riveting, fascinating, inspiring piece of theater has received more requests for a remount than any other Lamb's production. You don't want to miss Robert Smyth's "tour de force performance" as the passionate priest who fought government and church for the lepers on the island of Molokai.
Considered the Michelangelo of the 18th century, Giovanni Battista Piranesi excelled in every facet of art in what was considered the center of the artistic world: Rome. The exhibition will showcase Piranesiís breadth of skill and innovation. Most notably, the Museum will unveil modern-day creations of the notorious sketches of the fantastical objects designed by Piranesi. Additionally, the Museum presents a virtual 3-D installation of the intoxicatingly bizarre blueprints of Piranesiís notorious carceri (prisons).
We invite you to share this unique opportunity to step inside the imaginative mind of one of Italyís most celebrated artists
We are pleased to bring to our Museum Gallery Space a new exhibit which examines the impact on Japanese American women's lives during World War II. This exhibition will describe how and why these "Issei" women came to America and includes the role of "picture marriages", adaptation to Western culture, family life, church activities and leadership roles of women owned businesses. Join us for the Opening Reception April 5th and Friday Night Liberty festivites all around Liberty Station.
Federal Jazz Project" is a fusion of spoken word, historical fiction, border poetry, live jazz, bi-national history, percussive tap dance and original song, also including performances from sit-in musicians. Montoya and Castellanos are the central players in this production. It was Montoya's vision to create a piece of work that weaved together San Diego's jazz and Latin influences and to show their fluid evolution beginning in the days of the speakeasy and continuing through today. He will play the narrator "El Poeta." From San Diego's historic Golden Hill to Mexicali's Chinatown, "Federal Jazz Project" through Montoya's words and Castellanos' music, follows the struggles of two sisters named "San Diego" and "Tijuana," played by Lorraine Castellanos and Claudia Gomez Vorce. Five actual members of the local motorcycle club Los Cabrones will also serve as supporting characters and stagehands who travel through time. Contact Box office for show times and dates.
West Coast debut of a new exhibition! The threat of a catastrophic impact from an asteroid or comet is a staple of popular culture. If there was a dinosaur-killer in Earthís past, will humankind suffer the same fate? What are the chances and how do we assess the risks? For that matter, what are asteroids, comets and meteorites, and where do they come from? Have you ever wondered about the origins of comets, asteroids and meteors? Or what they can tell us about Earth? GREAT BALLS OF FIRE! Comets, Asteroids, Meteors explores recent discoveries and cutting-edge science relating to these mysterious space rocks through hands-on activities, computer-based interactives, meteorite specimens, scale models and Asteroid Encounter, an immersive audio-visual experience!