Lamb’s Players Theatre is celebrating 25 years in its Coronado theater, and it’s throwing itself a party, in the form of a “greatest hits” show. The company certainly deserves to praise itself, as it has proved to be a major theatrical presence in both the city of Coronado and in San Diego more generally…
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I don’t pretend to be an expert in the business of theatre, but as an interested observer I have been alarmed by both the decrease in the number of professional productions, as well as the difficulty of finding venues where work can be produced.
If you were unfortunate enough to see Broadway San DIego’s ‘Once’ in 2014, you might want to consider the recast at Lamb’s Players Theatre — Kerry Meads’ excellent direction makes all the difference as she mines an actual play.
Lamb’s Players Theatre had a big hit last year by featuring Francis Gercke and Robert Smyth in a production of Mark St. Germain’s play, Freud’s Last Session. So, big that they’re staging an earlier St. Germain work, Camping with Henry & Tom with the same two actors, plus local favorite Manny Fernandes…
Somebody or somebodies once declared that truth is stranger than fiction. In Lamb’s Players Theatre’s ‘Big Fish,’ both are about on a par with each other — but to appreciate that, you have to work pretty hard.
‘Equivocation’ is fascinating for those who know Shakespeare’s plays well and perhaps more than a little confusing for those who do not.