North Coast Rep Theatre to hold play festival

North Coast Repertory Theatre is holding its inaugural San Diego Playwrights Collective Playfest on April 13 and 14. Three San Diego artists collaborated to form this pay-what-you-can event, which will take place at the theater in Solana Beach.

Two plays will be showing each night. On April 13, “Who’s Afraid of Me, Myself & Edward Albee?” by Matt Thompson and “The Perfect Daisy” by Carmen Beaubeaux will debut. “There’s Someone Living in the House That Jack Built” by Jason Conners and “Cooperstown” by Tim West will be performed on April 14.

Starting at 5 p.m., there will be complimentary beverages and a catered buffet. The plays begin at 6:30 p.m. each day.

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