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Lyceum Theatres
Located at 79 Horton Plaza 324 Horton Plz San Diego, CA 92101
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Harriet Niss
Location of performance seats is not important for this one. I don't like the extreme side seats, but any place else is fine.
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If you want a wonderful Italian dinner before the show, go to Operacaffe, right across the street on 4th. My husband, who is from Brooklyn, says he hasn't had chicken parmesan that good since New York. And my salmon was delicious.
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19 reviews
8 stars
attended Aug 19 2007

The theater was ok...but the plays were pretty poor. I can't believe 2 of the 3 were chosen as the best out of hundreds. The last play of the 3 titled "Vicky & Bubbles" had to be the more irritating and least enjoyable short play I ever witnessed...continued

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attended Aug 18 2007

enjoyed all 3 plays - what a wonderful evening

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18 reviews
0 stars
attended Sep 02 2007

myself & 13 of my theatre appreciation class attended this event & felt it was VERY well done -- writing, directing, acting & staging. could have used a few less f___'s but that's the way some people talk today. this young playwright did a first...continued

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Continuing its tradition of offering cutting-edge theatre and fulfilling its mission of developing top-notch theatre professionals, The Fritz Theatre is poised for another successful, entertaining and “you gotta-see-this” Fritz Blitz of new plays by California playwrights.


*Week 1: August 16, 17, 18 @ 8:00pm and August 19 @ 3:00pm


Stealing the Covers — A revealing look at bedtime

By Jay Tannenbaum; directed by D. Candis Paule

In the Wake of the Bounty – High jinks on the high seas

By Kim Porter; directed by Duane Daniels

Vicky and Bubbles – Isn’t everyone obsessed with Beverly Sills?

By Maile Flanagan; directed by Josh Temple   

*Week 2: August 23, 24, 25 @ 8:00pm and August 26 @ 3:00pm

*_Isaac, I Am_ – Have you ever lied when you are online?

By Mary Steelsmith; directed by Katie Rodda   

*Week 3: August 30, 31 and September 1 @ 8:00pm, and September 2 @ 3:00pm

*_Bets and Blue Notes_ – Sammy and Dean and Frankie and Joey

By Kevin Armento; directed by Don Loper

*Week 4: September 6, 7, 8 @ 8:00pm and September 9 @ 3:00pm

*_A Fish Without His Flippers_ – A hilarious romp…you may never stop laughing

By Bill Robens; directed by Dane Stauffer

About the Ticket Supplier: Fritz Theatre

Since 1991, The Fritz Theatre has brought to San Diego the best of the world of theatre. Over two hundred productions have been staged, from the newest in the off-Broadway genre, to the classics by writers such as Shakespeare and Chekhov, to the more than one hundred world premieres in the Annual Fritz Blitz of New Plays by California Playwrights.

This has been accomplished despite funding cutbacks, and with an operating budget that would be insufficient for any other enterprise. The Fritz continues to excel through the effort and dedication of theatre artists and a small but fervent group of supporters, committed to producing the very best in the theatre, despite the odds.

The Fritz is currently seeking support from the community to continue the tradition of theatre excellence in downtown San Diego. Artistic Director Duane Daniels, and a thriving Board of Directors, headed by D. Candis Paule, keep a close watch on the financial and artistic direction of the theatre.