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The Lyceum Stage
Located at 79 Horton Plaza 324 Horton Plz San Diego, CA 92101
619-544-1000
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36 events
11 reviews
4 stars
Parking in the parking structure can be a bit confusing. Fortunately found a security guard. When I told him where I thought I had parked, he explained there was another area with similar markings and then directed me there. Also the parking structure has recently reduced hours of free validated parking from 3 or 4 hours to one. So the next time you drive to this venue and plan to park in the structure, verify if the performance provides parking validation for the entire duration of the show.
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80 events
16 reviews
6 stars
Horton Plaza revoked the 4-hour free parking option. It's expensive. Lyceum may be able to sell patrons the $10 voucher to cover parking for the evenings, as the Balboa theater does.
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Reviews & Ratings

"The Who's Tommy"
82 ratings
4.5 average rating
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37 events
1 review
6 stars
attended Jul 16 2011

The music itself is so powerful but it did not come across as such. Saw it before somewhere else and liked it a lot better before

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97 events
67 reviews
44 stars
attended Jul 28 2011

We had seen previous productions using the SDSPA and had mixed reactions. This production highlighted some very talented young people but the cast was anchored by the adult leads. Loved Uncle Ernie's squeamishly sickening role! B. Slade is very...continued

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52 events
13 reviews
4 stars
attended Aug 07 2011

Great talent, creative presentation.

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Description

“The most exhilarating music ever written” (Los Angeles Times) will rock the Rep this summer with a reimagined production of the Tony Award-winning musical based on one of the greatest rock albums in history. See TOMMY as you’ve never seen it before.