Extraordinary Chambers: Award-Winning Play About American Couple's Cambodian Adventure
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The last date listed for Extraordinary Chambers was Thursday June 27, 2013 / 8:00pm.
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Directed by Bill Condon (films Chicago, Dreamgirls) and inspired by the true story of conjoined twins Daisy and Violet Hilton, La Jolla Playhouse's production of the Tony Award-nominated musical Side Show follows the two sisters -- literally joined at the hip -- on their meteoric rise to fame during the 1930s and beyond. Track their personal and professional lives from circus sideshow freaks to vaudeville headliners as well as their lifelong search for independence and love. From the composer of Dreamgirls, Side Show features the songs "I Will Never Leave You," "Who Will Love Me As I Am?" and "Come Look at the Freaks." Learn More
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Directed by Seema Sueko
About the Ticket Supplier: Mo`olelo Performing Arts Company
Mo`olelo Performing Arts Company's mission is to create, produce, and educate. Through all three aspects, they seek to broaden the scope of San Diego's cultural environment by offering professional, socially-conscious theater that provides a voice for diverse and underrepresented populations, aesthetics, and issues on stage; generating participation and dialogue between local communities; and creating paid employment for local theater artists. Their commitment to paying artists union-level wages reflects their strong belief that professional, resident artists will make San Diego a nationally-competitive destination arts scene, thus improving the quality of life for all people of San Diego County. Mo`olelo serves the diverse general public, from youth to seniors, with particular focus toward providing a forum for those who are typically underserved in mainstream American theater. Mo`olelo means story in Hawaiian, and is a reflection of our vision to present powerful stories that are as diverse as the Islands of Hawaii.