North Coast Repertory Theatre Patron Party

Artistic Director David Ellenstein, Vice President Jay Sarno

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North Coast Repertory Theatre’s Board of Trustees President Dr. Allen Moffson, and his wife, Judy, hosted a patron party for North Coast Rep’s upcoming gala at their oceanfront Solana Beach home March 25. Broadway veteran and Emmy-award winning actress and singer Lucie Arnaz will sing at the gala celebrating North Coast Rep’s 30th anniversary. The Bow Tie & Pearls Gala will be held April 22 at the Rancho Santa Fe Garden Club. Photos: Jon Clark

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