Venue Details

13 Star Starred
10th Avenue Theatre
Between Broadway and E Street 930 10th Avenue San Diego, CA 92101
(619) 544-1484
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Goldstar Member
Come early to find for parking.
travel Sep 22 2013 star this tip starred
David Winter
The weather was chilly.. I wore jeans, a tee-shirt and a sweater. You could easily dress formal or dressy; it's up to you..
dress Sep 23 2013 star this tip starred
David Winter
We had dinner at Cafe Paris before the play. The two went together perfectly.
dining Sep 23 2013 star this tip starred
David Winter
Save yourself the trouble hunting for a spot and park in the city lot for $10. It's just a block away.
travel Sep 23 2013 star this tip starred

Reviews & Ratings

12 ratings
3.3 average rating
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Barbara Blackwell Red Velvet
32 events
19 reviews
5 stars
attended Oct 04 2013

The staff were warm and hospitable. Venue was intimate. HATED the play. First time I've abandoned a live performance. Tried to hang in there out of respect for the cast but finally had to escape.

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9 events
3 reviews
11 stars
attended Sep 29 2013

The acting was great. But I hated the play. I would have left after the first 15 minutes but there were so few people in the audience. I felt badly for the actresses that... continued

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64 events
15 reviews
49 stars
attended Sep 14 2013

It was bad, I would have left at intermission, but there wasn't one. And they even made a movie of it. I love the 10th ave theatre and all the crew. Just a lousy script

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More Information



This play is appropriate for ages 16 and older.

The theater is located on the 4th floor of the building. There is one elevator available. 

About the Ticket Supplier: Talent to aMuse Theatre Company

Co-founders Sandy Hotchkiss & Gail West view Talent To aMuse Theatre Company as a "theatre for all ages." The goal of the company is to work with other local theatre groups and artists in presenting original plays and musicals.

Talent To aMuse's premier production "Emilia's Sugarplum Nightmare," written by George Weinberg-Harter and Gail Lee West, was produced in cooperation with the San Diego Black Ensemble Theatre in 1999. Since then the company has produced several other original works in various venues around the San Diego area including Actors Alliance Festival.