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Lesher Center for the Arts - Hofmann Theater
At the corner of Civic Dr. and Locust St. 1601 Civic Drive Walnut Creek, CA 94596
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39 events
21 reviews
2 stars
I should have worn ear plugs. When I partially closed my ears with my fingers I could get more quality from their voices and actually understand the words.
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126 events
116 reviews
75 stars
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"Guys and Dolls"
75 ratings
4.1 average rating
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588 events
504 reviews
98 stars
attended Feb 20 2014

This is a generous rating! I almost left this show at the intermission because it was missing the mark on soooo many levels...lousy casting, poor singing, low seemed to painfully drag on and on the first act. Even my favorite...continued

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Thomas O'Leary Red Velvet
185 events
79 reviews
18 stars
attended Feb 07 2014

A great show as originally directed, but this version had so much frantic action that the lyrics got lost in the shuffle, along with any emotional connections to the characters. Super loud orchestra had the singers trying to out scream it. In...

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36 events
34 reviews
10 stars
attended Mar 01 2014

Great classic show in a wonderful production. The Diablo theater company never disappoints. The voices are strong, the acting solid, and the production is first rate.

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 Be be advised that one character smokes an “e-cigar.”

About the Ticket Supplier: Diablo Theatre Company

Diablo Theatre Company is a non-profit regional theatre organization dedicated to inspiring audiences and cultivating the next generation of theatre artisans.

Over the years, Diablo Theatre Company has grown to become a staple of the theatrical community in Contra Costa County, just east of San Francisco Bay. They produce two main stage musicals each year, drawing up to 14,000 patrons for each production. They also offer a Teen Theater program (Stars 2000) and a triple threat technique training program for youth and teens (Performing Arts Academy).