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The Lyceum Space
79 Horton Plaza San Diego, CA 92101
619-544-1000
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3.2 / 5 Rated by 24 members
Review from Rita the Dog
Red Velvet 159 events 64 reviews

As mentioned by another reviewer, if "rough" language offends you greatly, then this is not the show for you. Several audience members did not stay for the second act, probably because they couldn't see past the cursing. No, this play is not for...continued

reviewed Feb 22 2014 report as inappropriate
Review from Mark Haines
Red Velvet 20 events 9 reviews

A wonderful experience

reviewed Feb 26 2014 report as inappropriate
Review from marctarasuck
Red Velvet 23 events 3 reviews

Perfect! Seldom do I say that. Each actor took the part and ran with it...and ran...and ran. I would see it again. Don't be put off by the tacky scenery, there is Z method to the madness.

reviewed Mar 08 2014 report as inappropriate
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Description

This production contains adult content and is best suited for people age 13 and older.

Surround Events:

Thursday, March 6 @ 7:00pm before the 8:00pm show 

Detroit playwright Lisa D’Amour believes everyone has a secret self. The REP’s Artistic Director Sam Woodhouse wants to know about the secret lives of San Diegians. Who better to reveal the hidden stories than a pair of professionals who speicalize in investigation? Sam’s guests are: San Diego District Attorney’s Office Chief Investigator Adolfo Gonzalez, a distinguished career officer with San Diego and National City Police Departments, and former FBI agent Lawerence Hamilton, who now runs his own full-service private investigation agency. Hear these experts reveal the what and why of the secrets our neighbors keep, and how they get caught. 

Friday, March 7 after the 8:00pm show 

After the show, join the actors from the cast of Detroit in an intimate conversation about this award-winning new play. Bring your provocative questions and comments. Hosted by The REP’s Casting Director Jacole Kitchen. 

Saturday, March 8 @ 7:00pm before the 8:00pm show 

Flashback to the sounds of the 1960’s with Dave Rivas and John Padilla. It’s a psychadelic, anti-establishment, free love, make love, not war movement with poetry and music from the turn on, tune in, drop out generation. Groovy Baby! 

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