Venue Details

The Lyceum Stage
79 Horton Plaza San Diego, CA 92101
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4.7 / 5 Rated by 39 members
Review from diane
Red Velvet 312 events 25 reviews

It was great music, enthusiastic singers and dancers. Because we originally were in the front row, the dancers were right in front of us at times (felt like we might get stepped on and they obstructed our view). I feel the dancers should been on...continued

reviewed Aug 14 2013 report as inappropriate
Review from Jackie Daw
119 events 70 reviews

We really enjoyed this show! The entire cast, including chorus and ensemble was truly outstanding! The music was also terrific! I wish I could purchase a DVD of this show.

reviewed Aug 10 2013 report as inappropriate
Review from Leslie
102 events 55 reviews

This was an amazing production. The voices were great, the dancing amazing and the entire production was beautifully staged. I saw the show in New York and liked this production more than that one!

reviewed Aug 07 2013 report as inappropriate
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This show contains mature language and content.

Take advantage of the Rep’s free surround events at selected performances - pre or post-show activities that include music, discussions, meet & greets and more.

Free Surround Events

To enhance the theatre experience and encourage dialogue around each REP production, over 50 Surround Events are offered free of charge throughout the season — a diverse assortment of pre- and post-performance salons, mini concerts, and forums with area scholars and artists.

Thursday, August 15 @ 7:00pm — Writerzblok Speaks: *_Arts in the Street *_

Call a kid a tagger and he’s a criminal. Help him become an artist and everything changes. Art, like beauty, is in the eye of the beholder – with street art this is even more the case. Hear WriterzBlok directors Sergio Gonzalez and Jose Venegas speak about graffiti art’s history and the influence street art has on shaping neighborhoods and culture.

*Friday, August 16 @ 7:00pm — Before the Heights *

Discover the sounds, movement, words and emotions from the Caribbeans that are at the heart of the culture of Washington Heights. Join actors Dave Rivas and Alix Mendoza of Amigos Del Rep and The Tangocentric Dance Project for a musica and dance prequel to In the Heights. Enjoy original choreography and movement by Susan Lake and the spoken word of Dominican poets Pedro Mir, Julia Alvarez, Manuel de Cabral and others.

*Sunday, August 18 @ 6:00pm — Live Concert

*The Pizarro Brothers — a live concert from these phenomenally talented piano playing brothers!

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