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A brand new model of “Charlie and the Chocolate Manufacturing unit” involves city, the San Diego Museum of Artwork expands its notion of Spanish artwork, and an underrated 1990s band returns to city.
“Charlie and the Chocolate Manufacturing unit”
Perhaps you suppose you recognize the story of “Charlie and the Chocolate Manufacturing unit,” however there’s a brand new musical model that’s crammed with candy – and never so candy – surprises.
Broadway San Diego presents a reimagined take a look at this in style Roald Dahl story – one the place the spoiled youngsters don’t get off as simple as they do within the film variations.
Violet, Veruca, Mike and Augustus endure fairly grisly endings, which is why all of the roles aside from Charlie are performed by adults. It brings a brand new stage of darkish humor to the present. And it additionally options puppet Oompa Loompas designed by artist Basil Twist; ballet dancing squirrels; and new, catchy songs to go together with classics like “Pure Creativeness.”
Particulars: 7:30 p.m. Friday; 2 and seven:30 p.m. Saturday; 1 and 6 p.m. Sunday. Civic Theatre, 1100 Third Ave., downtown. $26.50 to $205; discover tickets to Charlie and the Chocolate Manufacturing unit and skim the KPBS/Arts evaluate for kid-friendly arts.
Artwork and Empire: Spain and the Golden Age
This weekend, the San Diego Museum of Artwork opens a brand new exhibit: Artwork and Empire: The Golden Age Of Spain.
That is the primary exhibition in the USA to incorporate the notion of “The Golden Age” to incorporate works not simply from Spain, but in addition from Spanish territories like Mexico Peru and the Philippines.
You’ll see work, sculptures and different ornamental arts from the years 1660 to 1750. It’s additionally the primary time that every one 5 of the Spanish masters you see on the constructing facade – Velázquez, Murillo, Zurbarán, Ribera and El Greco – can be proven collectively on the museum.
Particulars: Opens 10 a.m. Saturday, on view via Sept. 2. San Diego Museum of Artwork, 1450 El Prado, Balboa Park. Free for members to $20; discover extra particulars.
The Dandy Warhols
As a result of 1990s nostalgia is all the trend proper now, why not revisit one of many decade’s extra proficient however underrated bands, The Dandy Warhols?
You might keep in mind The Dandys due to the commercially in style track “Not If You Have been the Final Junkie on Earth” and since the track “We Used to Be Mates” was the theme track to the TV present Veronica Mars.
However since these days, the Portland-based band, led by Courtney Taylor-Taylor, has continued to report its experimental, psychedelic model of indie rock. In case you didn’t see them within the ’90s, make sure that to catch The Dandy Warhols this time round.
Particulars: eight p.m. Friday. The Observatory, 2891 College Ave., North Park. $25; discover tickets to Dandy Warhols.
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