North Coast Rep celebrates new season

The North Coast Repertory Theatre opened its new season last week with “I Love You Because” and a party after Saturday’s performance at L’Auberge in Del Mar.
The new season features everything from favorites such as “A Christmas Carol” to adding music to the classic “Little Women” and the funny “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.” For more information, visit northcoastrep.org.

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  4. Padres’ new season celebrates 40 years in SD
  5. ‘A Christmas Carol’ at Rep ushers in the holiday spirit

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