Hershey Felder Adapts & Directs Mona Golabek in The Pianist of Willesden Lane
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It was a moving story, we thoroughly enjoyed it, very talented and captivating. Melancholy, right down my alley. I would recommend to anyone with the ability to appreciate without prejudice. At times I just closed my eyes and. Listened.
Beautiful, striking, bravo!!
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A really beautiful and surprisingly moving theatrical and musical experience! What a privilege to see and hear a top-class pianist playing much-loved music, enriching a story that touched the heart. The setting in a small theater was very...continued
Adapted and Directed by: Hershey Felder
Running time is one hour and 40 minutes with no intermission.
There’s a full bar with snacks in the lobby. No outside food or drink is allowed inside the theater.
There’s secured parking with four hour-validation with your ticket stub.
Join us in the lobby of the Lyceum for mixture of entertainment and enlightenment before the show. Surround Events are free and open to the public.
Friday, September 5 at 7:00pm (Before the 8:00pm Show)
We Love to Play the Piano
Since its birth in 2011, a group of San Diegans called Amateurpianists has grown to 400 members strong. These piano enthusiasts believe that classical music should be enjoyable and reachable for everyone. Come enjoy a mini concert performed by amateur pianists who will amaze you with their musical chops!
Sunday, September 7th at 1:00pm (Before the 2:00pm Show)
A Day in the Life of a Rabbi
Nationally-known clergyman, teacher and speaker Rabbi Ben Kamin is the author of eight books on human values, civil rights and spirituality. As a child in Israel, he grew up surrounded by Holocaust survivors. Join the Rabbi for a special talk about the his experiences and study of the struggle for human rights and free expression.
Wednesday, September 10 at 6:00pm (Before the 7:00pm Show)
Live in Concert: The Pizarro Brothers
Homeschooled in San Diego and raised with an appreciation and love for music, brothers DOMINIC AND ANGELO PIZARRO began studying classical music when they were 3 1/2 years old. With encouragement from their mother and grandfather, the boys continued their zest for the classics while developing a passion for jazz and pop. Their amazing skills on the keyboard led to them opening for Marvin Hamlish in 2010. Discover a keyboard duo you will never forget when the young brothers perform a mini concert of multi-genre selections.
Thursday, September 11 at 7:00pm (Before the 8:00pm Show)
Sam’s Salon: Museum of Making Music
The piano is one of the most magical and complex musical instruments known to mankind. But just how does a piano produce such magic for our ears? Experts from Carlsbad’s The Museum of Making Music know the answers. Join REP Artistic Director Sam Woodhouse as he hosts the Museum’s director Carolyn Grant and her team of experts for a provocative discovery of the history and mechanics of the piano.
Friday, September 12 after the 8:00pm Show
Meet the Artists
After the show, join actress MONA GOLABEK for a revealing and frank discussion of her work onstage. Bring your questions and comments. Hosted by The REP’s Casting Director JACOLE KITCHEN.
Saturday, September 13 at 7:00pm (Before the 8:00pm Show)
Gallery Artist Tour
Each play produced by The REP is supported by an art exhibit in the lobby which visually speaks to the themes in the play onstage. Join Jewish visual artist DENNIS ELLMAN and bi-national art liaison MARIZA SANCHEZ as they become your personal docents on a tour of the gallery. Make tonight a full evening for your ears, eyes and heart!
About the Ticket Supplier: San Diego Repertory Theatre
San Diego REP produces intimate, exotic, provocative theatre. They promote a more inclusive community through vivid works that nourish progressive political and social values and celebrate the multiple voices of our region.