Venue Details

51 Star Starred
Contra Costa Civic Theatre
951 Pomona Avenue El Cerrito, CA 94530
510-524-9012
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Member Tips

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Casual, but it's always fun to dress up.
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Coffee and other beverages (non-alcoholic) at intermission.
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Plenty of parking
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Jamilla C Saran
No stress parking.
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Eat first
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BART accessible, if you are up for a long walk!
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Reviews & Ratings

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4.6 average rating
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attended Apr 07 2012

A great show for community theater. Sad play but had humorous moments. When the lights went up at the end I thought I could sit there for another hour or so, which is... continued

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7 stars
attended Apr 15 2012

Very good play with really good acting. A nice way to spend our afternoon.

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7 stars
attended Apr 20 2012

First rate production. Each actor was perfectly matched with their character. Just enough emotion and drama without being overdone. Excellent, excellent. Thank you.

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More Information

Website

http://www.ccct.org

Description

This play contains adult themes and mature language.

About the Ticket Supplier: Contra Costa Civic Theatre

Contra Costa Civic Theatre was founded in 1959 by Bettianne and Louis Flynn. Their vision was to establish a quality community theatre in El Cerrito . That that vision has been realized can best be summed up by what the East Bay Express recently wrote: "Contra Costa Civic Theatre . . . puts on comedies and musicals, mysteries and dramas from Sondheim to the Marx Brothers to Agatha Christie with unusually solid production values".