Venue Details

69 Star Starred
Coronado Playhouse
1835 Strand Way Coronado, CA 92118
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Felina Pacho
The weather was sunny 75.. I wore jeans with a cardigan and sandals; children and adults alike were dressed in costumes; inside was appropriately cooled; there's a little snack bar at the back corner of the "theater"; kids got to sit on the floor by the stage.
Sleeping Beauty or The Famous Rose Taboo dress Jun 16 2014 star this tip starred
We ate at the nearby Boathouse restaurant (not the real name - think it's called 1877 or something similar, but it's IN a boathouse). A tad pricey, but the food was excellent.
Carnival! The Musical dining Jul 29 2013 star this tip starred

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attended Jun 28 2008

We took our 4 year-old daughter to it as a first theatre experience it was fine for that. I was a little bothered that our table was in the bery last row. It was a community theatre children's production so I didn't have high expectations.

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attended Jun 28 2008

I felt the production lacked character development. The cast was fairly talented, but some of the characters were weak. The sound was poor in the venue, and I felt that the tempo of the music was slow. I think that if the music was a faster...continued

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An original retelling of the Sleeping Beauty story with a fun, energetic twist.  In 1465, Aurora (Noelle Chaanine) is put under a magic spell by three good Fairies (Veronica Rotta, Moriah Melendrez, and Kara Keys) trying to prevent their evil brother Hemlock (Gabe Lazard) from marrying her.  Aurora awakens from her medieval nap 500 years later, in 1965, with the help of a wandering musician (Spencer Beck).  Groovy Baby!  Tie-dyed shirts and mini-skirts reign supreme. Hilarious fun for the entire family.**