On June 1, six gurus illuminated arts and culture topics in San Diego and shared what’s making them stick in a visual, rapid-fire presentation style called pecha-kucha. Each presenter had 20 slides, displayed for 20 seconds each, to share their topic. The standing-room-only event was at the Kettner Daylight Studio in Little Italy, which we presented in partnership with Media Arts Center San Diego and Sezio.

Seema Sueko is founder and artistic director of Mo’olelo Performing Arts Company. She shared a a field guide to the local theater ecosystem, along some of the same lines to the story we did earlier this year about Mo’olelo moving in to the 10th Avenue Theatre.

Here’s Sueko:

Did you know the theater scene here was so wide-ranging? What’s your favorite theater company? Leave a comment below.


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    2 comments
    Michael Cargal
    Michael Cargal subscriber

    For a field guide to local theater, you sure leave out a bunch of venues, such as the Globe, La Jolla Playhouse, the Rep, the Theater in Old Town, Lamb's Theater, and more.

    Michael Cargal
    Michael Cargal

    For a field guide to local theater, you sure leave out a bunch of venues, such as the Globe, La Jolla Playhouse, the Rep, the Theater in Old Town, Lamb's Theater, and more.