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3302 Star Starred
Old Town Theatre
4040 Twiggs Street San Diego, CA 92110
619-337-1525
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70 events
42 reviews
27 stars
The lot next to the theater is great IF you get there early. The attendants gave us a voucher to park at a nearby hotel for free, but the delay cut into our dinner time. We managed to grab a great casual dinner quick and cheap at a local Mexican joint with great street tacos and make it to the play in time. Show runs long so use the rest room before it starts!
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33 events
23 reviews
3 stars
We enjoyed dinner in the patio of the Cosmopolitan Hotel having parked in Cygnet's designated parking lot first and then did the 1 1/2 block walk.
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Reviews & Ratings

"Table Manners"
40 ratings
3.9 average rating
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55 events
5 reviews
0 stars
attended Aug 01 2010

I did not enjoy the performance and left at intermission. The male lead had a very strident voice that was not pleasant to listen to. The dialogue wasn't very funny and the plot innane.

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12 reviews
1 stars
attended Aug 11 2010

Brilliant! This is the second play we've seen in the trilogy and we'll be back in two days for the third play, Round and Round the Garden. The actors are splendid. Albert Dayan as Norman gives a very physical tour-de-force performance. The...continued

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11 reviews
18 stars
attended Aug 01 2010

A group of 5 went and we all enjoyed it. Simple yet well done stage set. The voices carried well so not a line nor a laugh was missed. Again, another hit play for the Cygnet.

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Description

Alan Ayckbourn’s The Norman Conquests is a Tony Award-winning trilogy of full-length comedies performed in rotating repertory. All three shows have the same hilarious plot, but each takes place in a different room, and therefore tells a different part of the story. Each play stands on its own, but seeing all three creates a fuller picture and a unique theatrical experience. See them in any order.

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