Arts & Culture

GLAAD's What To Watch on Thursday

Tonight catch all new episodes of Grey's Anatomy and Sirens.

Thursday, April 24

9:00pm: Grey's Anatomy, ABC (1 hr) NEW

Jackson gives the hospital bad news as Richard heads to visit Boston and Amelia comes to Seattle for a visit. Meanwhile, Bailey makes a bold decision out of frustration with the slow progress of her research.

10:00pm: Sirens, USA (30 mins) NEW

GLAAD's What To Watch on Wednesday

Tonight catch all new episodes of Modern Family and Million Dollar Listing New York.

Wednesday, April 23

9:00pm: Modern Family, ABC (30 mins) NEW

The family take a vacation to Australia and Mitch and Cam run into an old acquaintance they don't really like and are surprised to find he is a minor celebrity in the country.

9:00pm: Million Dollar Listing New York, Bravo (1 hr) NEW

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THEATER REVIEW: “Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure”

The game’s afoot one last time at Coronado Playhouse, as everybody’s favorite sleuth tries to solve a blackmail case before bidding farewell to his long and storied career.

“Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure,” Steven Dietz’s mashup of two Holmes stories (“A Scandal In Bohemia” and “The Final Problem”) gets a lively production through May 18, directed by Nick Reeves. The play won the 2007 Edgar Award for the best play in the mystery genre.

GLAAD's What To Watch on Tuesday

Tonight catch the series premiere of Faking It; plus all new episodes of Glee, The Voice, Awkward. and Chicago Fire.

Tuesday, April 22

8:00pm: Glee, Fox (1 hr) NEW

Rachel makes her Broadway debut in the opening night of Funny Girl and some old friends visit to lend their support.

8:00pm: The Voice, NBC (1 hr) NEW

Two vocalists from the Top 12 are eliminated, this season features out singer Kristen Merlin.

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THEATER REVIEW: “Water By The Spoonful” at The Old Globe

Most of the characters in Quiara Alegría Hudes’ “Water By The Spoonful” are living on the edge – of addiction, of job insecurity, of squalor, perhaps even of reality or the bounds of society.

The Pulitzer Prize-winning play (whose main character Elliot is based on a family member) is the second in her trilogy of “Elliot” plays about a 20-something Iraq war veteran trying to get off pain meds and back to something like a normal life. It plays through May 11 at The Old Globe’s Sheryl and Harvey White Theatre.

GLAAD's What To Watch on Monday

Tonight catch all new episodes of Dancing with the Stars, The Voice and House of Food.

Monday, April 21

8:00pm: Dancing with the Stars, ABC (2 hrs) NEW

Another elimination occurs following performances from the pairs. This season's cast features out judge Bruno Tonioli.

8:00pm: The Voice, NBC (2 hrs) NEW

The Top 12 singers perform, this season features out singer Kristen Merlin on Team Shakira.

GLAAD's What To Watch This Weekend

This weekend catch the season premiere of Orphan Black; plus all new episodes of Nurse Jackie, Mr. Selfridge and Game of Thrones.

Saturday, April 19

9:00pm: Orphan Black, BBC America (1 hr) SEASON PREMIERE

Sarah searches for her missing daughter Kira and suspects that pro-clone Rachel has kidnapped the girl. Elsewhere, Alison attends Aynsley's funeral and her guilt causes her to fall into depression.

Sunday, April 20

GLAAD's What To Watch on Thursday

Tonight catch the season finales of Scandal and Parenthood, plus all new episodes of Grey's Anatomy, Hollywood Game Night and Sirens.

Thursday, April 17

9:00pm: Grey's Anatomy, ABC (1 hr) NEW

Callie and Arizona work to reestablish their bond and Derek is under pressure at work and at home. Meanwhile, Meredith helps Cristina write an acceptance speech and April and Jackson face their first huge argument as a married couple.

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THEATER REVIEW: “Mandate Memories”

Sixty-something British divorcee Jane Stirling (Rosina Reynolds) is rousted from her morning gardening by a knock on the door. It’s an elderly stranger named Gustav Frolich (Apollo Dukakis), who has earlier written to say he has something to give Jane.

But first he wants to talk about World War II, the British mandate that created the Israeli state and Jane’s father.

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THEATER REVIEW: “To Kill A Mockingbird”

Harper Lee tells us it’s a sin to kill a mockingbird because they cause no harm, but only give pleasure with their song.

Lee’s 1960 classic “To Kill A Mockingbird” tells the story of two metaphorical mockingbirds harmed by a society rife with prejudice and injustice, wrapped in a story of growing up in the Depression-era South, seen through the eyes of six-year-old Jean Louise “Scout” Finch (Katelyn Katz) and narrated by the grown-up Jean Louise (Kristianne Kurner).

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