“Grease,” the sock-hop musical about the ’50s, has undergone many changes since its 1971 opening. Songs have been deleted and added, much of the original raunch is customarily deleted, even themes have changed.
But those kids haven’t changed much. They’re still interested in cars, cliques, cigs and – let’s face it – sex.
The latest “Grease” incarnation, directed and choreographed by Ray Limon, plays through July 27 at Welk Theatre San Diego.