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e Age of Innocence rough March 10 e Old Globe eatre is Globe-commissioned world premiere, based on Edith Wharton's Pulitzer Prize-winning classic, is set in 1870s Gilded Age New York City, where high society clashes with love. When the glamorous Countess Ellen Olenska sweeps into town, she upends the lives of everyone around her, especially the dashing lawyer Newland Archer. is new stage adaptation from Karen Zacarías is the kind of lush period production for which e Old Globe is renowned. theoldglobe.org N rough March 10 Point Loma Playhouse Mrs. Page is a passionate, politically conservative, agoraphobic African American woman with a strong belief in astrology and the stock market. Eddy, an out-of-work actor and her caregiver, modern music. Claudio Monteverdi's music broke the rules of Renaissance polyphony and created the foundations of modern music. Like Shakespeare, Monteverdi's genius resided in his ability to communicate the full compass of human emotions, especially the most mysterious, tragic, and magical of them all — love. ese concerts take place in collaboration with Grammy award- winning lutenist and conductor Stephen Stubbs. bachcollegiumsd.org National Treasures March 9 | San Dieguito United Methodist Church e North Coast Symphony Orchestra presents National Treasures, a concert featuring guitarist Jose Rodriguez. An award-winning guitarist and soloist, Rodriguez will perform the popular Concierto de Aranjuez by Joaquin Rodrigo. e concert also includes Jean Sibelius' Symphony No. 2 and Manuel de Falla's Spanish Dance No. 1. e orchestra was founded in 1947 and is conducted by Daniel Swem. northcoastsymphony.com King James March 9-31 | e Old Globe e breathtaking career of NBA icon LeBron James is the backdrop for this energetic and funny play. Shawn and Matt couldn't be more different — except for their love of the Cleveland Cavaliers. e friendship that develops between them, at turns contentious and compassionate, becomes something as enduring and profound as James' legacy itself. Interwoven with moments of camaraderie, laughter, and poignancy, King James dives into the heart of basketball fandom and highlights the profound connections that sports can cultivate. theoldglobe.org Tartuffe March 6-31 North Coast Repertory eatre Molière's timeless comedic masterpiece is translated into English by two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Richard Wilbur and directed by Richard Baird. Tartuffe, a charismatic charlatan, weaves himself into the lives of a wealthy family, setting off a chain reaction of disruption and pandemonium. Wilbur's translation infuses the play with wicked precision and brilliantly rhyming verses, highlighting its satirical commentary on religious hypocrisy, duplicity, lust, and self-inflicted chaos. northcoastrep.org Chicken & Biscuits March 8-24 Sunshine Brooks eater Oceanside eatre Company presents the Southern California premiere of Douglas Lyon's Chicken & Biscuits, a feel-good comedy centered around the complex dynamics of a modern family that comes together to honor the passing of the family patriarch. oceansidetheatre.org Love & Revolution March 8 | All Souls Episcopal Church March 9 | Saints Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church Bach Collegium San Diego is performing enchanting early music that has been dubbed as the invention of TARTUFFE: PHOTO BY AARON RUMLEY FORECAST FORM: ART IN THE CARIBBEAN DIASPORA, 1990S–TODAY, SUCHITRA MATTAI, AN OCEAN CRADLE, 2022. PHOTO BY WES MAGYAR Culture ranchandcoast.com 46 MARCH 2024 RANCH & COAST MAGAZINE

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