Opening days the Lambs Players pen work on singing the sweeping lines in the 2014 season musicals, together, call in the crowds next January weekend. Posted signs say, oncore to Fiddler on the Roof.
The jewish milkman gives to San Diegans the handicraft kept up in "Tradition." And the do not turn back confession in "To Life!"
Musical theater numbers worked up to a "unique magic" at the Orange Avenue Lambs Players Theater in Coronado, two blocks north of the Hotel del Coronado, make up this year's set for best value musical plays. Seating at the Lyceum Theater,, downtown at Horton Plaza, will fix eyes on the fiddler stage set. Les Miserables runs July into August. Jean strikes the grace note highlighting the story of societal law amiss.
The players pause to make sure no one misses the drama. In March, the Quilters audience sizes up wonders of quilting with a skillful hand. Wait, and see the touch in a well done quilt.
Seats can come at 50 percent off during 2014. The small crowds filled with family and friends get a price with more bucks taken out.
2013's season carried through to a popular end. The local arts lull long over, this year's remakes can take back the arts revival spirit lost.
This is the third article in this three article piece for American Enterprise Sequels on Thursdays. To read the first article, read
A Hand in the San Diego music production
Setting the music stage to warm hearts
To read the earlier articles, read