August 10, 2022

Santa Cruz Shakespeare Gives ‘The Tempest’ a Musical Makeover

Director Miriam Laube shakes up the Shakespeare classic, but not everything works
August 9, 2022

Capitola Artist Crafts Colossal Shark Sculpture

Jim Herbert built a 17-foot great white shark out of scrap metal
August 4, 2022

The Brothers Comatose to Play Three Nights at Moe’s Alley

The San Francisco fivesome’s mini-Santa Cruz residency will culminate in a live record
August 3, 2022

Leslie Karst Discusses her Latest Mystery Ahead of Bookshop Santa Cruz Reading

‘The Fragrance of Death’ is the fifth book in her popular Sally Solari series
August 3, 2022

Anders Osborne Goes Wherever Music Takes Him

The New Orleans singer-songwriter will make his Scotts Valley debut with his band at the majestic and intimate Armitage Winery
August 3, 2022

Paul Mullins’ Rendition of ‘Twelfth Night’ is a Riot

Santa Cruz Shakespeare 2022’s second show is a gender-bending success
August 3, 2022

Lee Fields Leads the Ongoing Soul Revival

At 72, the legendary soul singer still has it
July 29, 2022

Watsonville Playwright’s New Work Explores Family, Culture

Steve Wong’s ‘Sky, Falling Dragon,’ is influenced by his father’s struggles following WWII
July 27, 2022

Scott Ordway’s ‘The End of Rain’ Makes World Premiere at Cabrillo Festival

The Santa Cruz native’s multimedia work pays tribute to those whose lives were impacted by the CZU Fire
July 27, 2022

Cabrillo Takes on Leonard Bernstein’s Challenging ‘Candide’

Extravagant sets, complicated staging and operatic vocals make it one of Crocker’s most ambitious productions
July 20, 2022

‘The Formula’ Delves into Love at Santa Cruz Shakespeare

True love is the stuff of fairytales. Everybody longs for it, some even find it. But does it happen by magic? By sheer animal...
July 13, 2022

Tropa Magica Bring Their Fearless Music to Moe’s

The East L.A. rockers find inspiration in everything around them
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