The Old Globe Announces the Arts Engagement 2022 Spring Season


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By Voice & Viewpoint Newswire

The Old Globe has announced its Arts Engagement 2022 Spring Season, including free performances and programs serving the San Diego community.

“The San Diego community can always count on the Globe to find ways to safely support and be of service, to make an impact through our theatre,” shared Freedome Bradley-Ballentine, Associate Artistic Director and Director of Arts Engagement.


AXIS Free Performing Arts Series
The AXIS program offers free cultural events on the Globe’s Copley Plaza. For more details, visit

Studio Youth Programs for High Schoolers and Recent Graduates
Starting in February, Creative Youth Studio offers ongoing creative youth development opportunities for middle school and high school students. Applications are open until March 30 at

Globe Learning
Globe Learning returns to in-person workshops for a small fee of $25. Register at

Powers New Voices Festival’s Celebrating Community Voices
The eighth annual Powers New Voices Festival, happening from April 7 to 10, 2022, will include Celebrating Community Voices, an evening showcasing short works created by San Diego playwrights. For free tickets, visit

Offerings in the Community
We welcome back the spring Globe for All Tour of the Globe’s production of Mala by Melinda Lopez and directed by David Dower. Mala will play at Old Globe’s Sheryl and Harvey White Theatre, from May 7 to June 12, 2022. For more information, visit

February 5 – March 13: Trouble in Mind
February 17 – March 20: El Borracho
February 26: Globe Learning: Audition Bootcamp: Callbacks and Sides
March 20: AXIS: Nowruz: A Celebration of Persian Culture
April 7 – 10: Powers New Voices Festival
April 19 – May 29: Bob Fosse’s Dancin’
April 23: AXIS: Happy Birthday, Mr. Shakespeare!
May 7 – June 12: Mala
June 4: Globe Learning: Clowning in the Classroom: Clown Master Class June 5 – July 10: The Taming of the Shrew
June 16 – 19: Globe for All Tour: Mala