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Coronado Playhouse
1835 Strand Way Coronado, CA 92118
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34 events
21 reviews
6 stars
It helps to sit towards the front as the floor is not slanted like in other theaters.
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34 events
21 reviews
6 stars
There was a wedding going on at the same time and there was still plenty of parking in the lot.
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"Sweet Charity"
21 ratings
3.0 average rating
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Abraxas Red Velvet
48 events
31 reviews
3 stars
attended Jan 25 2008

I have seen the play many times on & off Broadway, and, of course, the movie. This production really paled next to any of them. Mainly due to the poor performance of the main character -- feeble voice, poor acting, and where'd she get that awful...

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39 events
23 reviews
13 stars
attended Jan 20 2008

I thought the leading lady lacked energy on most of her performance. The rest of the cast was fine. Choreography lacked cohesion at times. One of the songs was like cacophony. Everyone singing at the same time but different things. Not pleasant.

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8 reviews
5 stars
attended Jan 20 2008

Characters were well played. The chorus had a great soundvoices varied in strenghts, but over all performance was nicely done. If you need a break and want a small cozy chateu setting afternoon at the theater this is just for you.

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Cabaret-style seating accommodates up to 5 people per table.


Meet Charity Hope Valentine—dance hall hostess, eternal optimist, and unlucky romantic—as she searches for true love in this Tony award-winning musical comedy with lively choreography, snappy Neil Simon dialogue, and show-stopping numbers including such favorites as “Big Spender,” “Rhythm of Life” and “If They Could See Me Now.”

By Neil Simon

Lyrics by Dorothy Fields

Music by Cy Coleman