If you’re a word lover in the San Diego area, you still have time to check out a hilarious series of vignettes at the Sixth Avenue Bistro. You should.
The segment about trying to learn a universal language is priceless (and nearly indescribable). The one about Philip Glass buying a loaf of bread sends the production out on a high note (actually, several of them). And a wacky vignette featuring a newly murdered Leon Trotsky has some surprisingly moving moments.
It’s a cabaret-style theater, so you can order munchies and libations while treating your brain to an energetic, entertaining workout.