28th San Diego Latino Film Festival

Film still: El Retiro The 28th San Diego Latino Film Festival will feature virtual and drive-in film screenings with a step and repeat and red carpet, Q&As with filmmakers and special guests, a Sonido Latino concert, and a virtual awards ceremony. The annual film festival introduces San Diego audiences to contemporary U.S-Latino and Latin American […]

A Love Letter to Liza: 75th Birthday Tribute

Daniel Nardicio, Samuel Benedict and Club Cumming Presents brings you A Love Letter to Liza: 75th Birthday Tribute to Liza Minnelli premiering Friday March 12th 8pm on Stellar with repeat […]

A Year of DisDANCE

On March 16 2020, California officially received its first stay-at-home orders in response to COVID-19. In March of 2021, we will reflect on our experiences of this unusual and significant time with A Year of DisDANCE; a dance film showing about the ways in which we have adapted, reconsidered, forgotten, revived, mourned, amplified or otherwise […]

Black Voices Play Reading Series

Join the San Diego Repertory Theatre virtually to hear exciting new plays by a Black playwright, directed by Black directors, and featuring diverse casts of actors. Stick around after each […]

The Black Iris Project: Transforming Personal Narratives into Dance

Emmy-nominated choreographer Jeremy McQueen encountered a photograph by Richard Ross at the Equal Justice Initiative’s Legacy Museum in Montgomery, Alabama. Deeply moved by Ross’ work documenting the treatment of young people housed in the criminal justice system, McQueen sought out the expertise of social justice advocates and began crafting his groundbreaking new ballet and four-part […]

2021 National Cherry Blossom Festival

TAIKO PROJECT Watch the ceremonial start to the 2021 National Cherry Blossom Festival as performers from Japan and DC bring to your living room a celebration of the season with […]

VAMP: Smile Time

March is a time for awakenings or something, right? Are we supposed to have a spring in our step? Are things really getting better? Do you have a nice big set of chompers? Are you just tired of being told to smile? This exact theme had to be scrapped last year due to the pandemic […]


Composer Andrés Martín Camarada’s UNSTOPPABLE 20-21 Season continues with the world premier of Andres Martin’s trio for flute, violin, and bass. This concert embraces the passion of artists who can’t—and won’t—stop creating and connecting, no matter the circumstances. Inescapable excitement surrounds the artistry of the bass with Astor Piazzolla’s Kicho, written for his fellow quintet […]

Dances to Strings

Dances to Strings Collaborators: Choreographer: Rebecca Margolick & Musician: Pete Polansky This spring LITVAKdance presents solos and duets by guest choreographers Maile Okamura and Rebecca Margolick & company dancers alongside 7 solo musicians. The music is a diverse array of sounds from Bach to contemporary classical compositions, Irish fiddle, Klezmer and Improvisational Jazz piano. Works […]

Spring 2021 Jazz Streaming LIVE! Eric Reed & John Clayton

Pianist Eric Reed The monthly series of Jazz at the Athenaeum STREAMING LIVE! continues with four concerts this spring, each featuring longtime favorite artists from the Athenaeum Jazz series. The series continues on April 12 with another special duo performance featuring pianist Eric Reed and bassist John Clayton. Through more than a quarter-century as a […]

Reimagining Playability with David Israel Reynoso

David Israel Reynoso Photo Courtesy of The New Children’s Museum What if a children’s museum could be seen as one never-ending playable show? Artist-in-residence David Israel Reynoso joins Museum Director […]