North Coast Rep’s new theatre complex to be built at current site

David Ellenstein, producing artistic director for the North Coast Repertory Theater in Solana Beach, recently announced on the organization’s web site that the theater group will be building a new theatre complex at its current location.

Ellenstein wrote on the site (
“North Coast Repertory Theatre has been offered a ground lease on which to build a new home in the Lomas Santa Fe Shopping Plaza. American Assets Inc., who owns the property, is proposing a major renovation of the entire center. As a result of this alternative, North Coast Rep is withdrawing from the Cedros Crossing Train Station Redevelopment Project. We are very excited about this new opportunity and are looking forward to working with American Assets and the City of Solana Beach and to build our new two-theatre complex. The new building will be built in the parking area near our existing space. As more details of our plans and progress become available, we will post them on our site. Thank you to everyone for your continued support and belief in the power of theatre to enhance our lives. Stay tuned!”

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Posted by Lorine Wright on Dec 24, 2010. Filed under News, Solana Beach. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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