Venue Details

32 Star Starred
Camarillo Skyway Playhouse
formerly Camarillo Community Theatre 330 Skyway Drive Camarillo, CA 93011
805-388-5716
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3.8 / 5 Rated by 12 members
Review from cliff
Red Velvet 180 events 46 reviews

I really enjoyed the theater and cast. Community group, so not elaborate sets etc, but a great time. My companions cried at the end. Highly recommend with realistic expectations.

reviewed May 29 2011 report as inappropriate
Review from Sharon Lee Zajicek-Barbosa
Red Velvet 5 events 5 reviews

I was extremely disappointed with the casting of the King in this performance...I did not expect a Yul Brenner look alike but something similar would have been better than an overweight, not even a good actor or singer...mediocre at best...sorry...continued

reviewed Jun 19 2011 report as inappropriate
Review from jatbox
73 events 7 reviews

With all the little great theaters in ventura county, this was a dishearting experience as i love king and I. My love for the play was not enough to want to attend again or can recommend to others...It is either horribly under funded or too...continued

reviewed Jun 03 2011 report as inappropriate
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Directed by Elissa Polansky

Musical Direction by Don Chase

Choreography by Eric R. Umali

The King & I is more than a tale of what happens when East meets West and cultures collide. Based in part on a true story, it takes place in 1860s Siam, when Anna Leonowens (Cynthia Stults) brings her young son with her to the court of King Mongkut (Marcel Licera) so she might tutor his wives and children in Western ways. Featuring Kristina Reyes and Luis Soto as the star-crossed lovers Tuptim and Lun Tha, and Juan Bowen as the Kralahome, stern taskmaster to King Mongkut.

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