North Coast Rep celebrates 30th anniversary season

Solana Beach Councilman Dave Roberts, NCR Director of Development Toni Tschann, Solana Beach Deputy Mayor Joe Kellejian

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Artistic Director David Ellenstein and the Board of Trustees of North Coast Repertory Theatre held a special celebration of the Rep’s 30th anniversary season on Nov. 18. The evening featured a one-night performance of “Love Letters” by A. R. Gurney featuring Artistic Director David Ellenstein and his wife Denise Young.
Photos: Rob McKenzie

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