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Gender Bender Cabaret

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When:
April 3, 2016 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
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Where:
Coronado Playhouse
1835 Strand Way
Coronado, CA 92118
USA
Cost:
$20
Contact:
Coronado Playhouse
(619) 435-4856

events_400x325_2016_cabaretgenderGENDER BENDER CABARET

April 3, 2016

WHERE THE MEN ARE MEN AND THE WOMEN ARE WOMEN . . . AND THEY’RE SINGING EACH OTHER’S SONGS

April 3, 2016
7:00pm: Cabaret

Musical direction by Michael Anthony
Directed by Mary L. Smith

Individual Tickets:
$20 each, Open Seating.

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Featured Performers:

Hosted by Frank Remiatte

And featuring:

  • Heather Barton-Tjalma
  • Kyle Crews
  • Heather Deerfield
  • Karen Donahue
  • Angie Doren
  • Bill Hammond
  • Taylor Henderson
  • Danny Ingersoll
  • Jay Keener-Welsch
  • Laura Lothian
  • Patrick Mayuyu
  • Ariana Ramirez
  • Forrest Reed
  • Jonathan Sturch
  • Brandon Thomas
  • Noah Zuniga-Williams

(Scheduled to perform. Subject to change without notice.)

View and print out poster here: Cabaret

Cabaret

Creative Team

Mary L. Smith: Director

Michael Anthony: Musical Director

Patrick Mayuyu: Choreographer

Debbie David: Producer

M.G. Perez: Assistant Producer

Daryl Daley: Lighting Tech

Jack Connard: Sound Tech

Press

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

March 30, 2016

CONTACT:

M.G. Perez-Media Coordinator
619-261-1200 cell
mgperez@coronadoplayhouse.com
Coronado Playhouse Box Office (619) 435-4856
boxoffice@coronadoplayhouse.com

Coronado Playhouse’s 70th Anniversary continues:
Gender Bender Cabaret Community Cabarets and Concerts Series April 3, 2016 One Night Only!

San Diego’s premier performers are singing each other’s songs this Sunday April 3, 2016 at 7 p.m. in a Gender Bender Community Cabaret, part of our Cabaret and Concert Series. In this one night only event, the women sing male songs and the men sing female songs. This exciting and rare performance will not be a drag, just pure entertainment.

Coronado Playhouse is the longest running community theatre in San Diego County and Coronado’s oldest arts organization. The 2016 season marks 70 years of entertainment, service and outreach to Coronado and Southern California audiences.

The rundown of music with a twist includes hit songs from Cabaret, Wicked, Les Miserables, A Chorus Line, Rent and many more Broadway and contemporary favorites. The host is Frank Remiatte and the talented cast includes Danny Ingersoll, Laura Lothian, Frank Remiatte, Heather Deerfield, Jay Keener-Welsh, Karen Donahue, Jonathan Sturch, Bill Hammond, Ariana Ramirez, Patrick Mayuyu, Brandon Thomas, Noah Zuniga-Williams, Heather Barton-Tjalma, Forrest Reed, Angie Doren, Taylor Henderson and Kyle Crews.

The award winning production team includes director Mary L. Smith, musical director Michael Anthony and producer Debbie David.

For more information and to purchase tickets please contact the box office at

619-435-4856 or go to our website, www.coronadoplayhouse.com.

DATES: April 3, 2016
TIMES: 7 p.m.
TICKETS: $20

Please contact M.G. Perez for media interest and needs. Coronado Playhouse is a qualified 501(c) 3 non-profit organization as San Diego County’s longest

Ticket Prices

Individual Tickets:
$20 each, open seating

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Author: Coronado Playhouse

Coronado Playhouse, the oldest, longest-running community theatre in San Diego County, has been dedicated to providing quality entertainment to the Coronado community since 1946. The 100-seat, cabaret-style theatre, overlooks beautiful Glorietta Bay and is part of the beautiful Coronado Community Center. The current venue opened in 2006 with state-of-the-art equipment and a full service bar. We produce five main productions each year - with the best local talent and production teams available - which entertain, educate and enrich our patrons. In addition, we offer showcases, special events, classes and educational opportunities for students and adults to thrive in the local artistic community. We draw upon local creative and technical talent to give Coronado and San Diego residents vibrant, creative and safe training in the theatrical arts.