North Coast Rep marks 30 years

Top row: Joel Hartley, Jeann Hartley, Dave Roberts; bottom row: Sharon Lieb, Caryn Viterbi, Rich Leib, Alan Viterbi

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Broadway veteran and Emmy-award winning actress Lucie Arnaz sang at the Bow Tie & Pearls Gala celebrating North Coast Repertory Theatre’s 30th anniversary April 22 at the Rancho Santa Fe Garden Club. North Coast Repopened in 1982 and has actively produced plays each season.

Event Chairs Justin and Leslie Tipp and their gala committee chose the theme of  pearls, as the lustrous gems are the tribute gift for a 30th wedding anniversary.

The evening featured dinner catered by Jeffrey Strauss and Pamplemousse Grille, silent and live auctions and more.

Photos: Jon Clark

Related posts:

  1. North Coast Repertory Theatre Patron Party
  2. North Coast Rep celebrates 30th anniversary season
  3. North Coast Rep holds tropical-themed gala
  4. Solana Beach’s North Coast Repertory Theatre still going strong after 29 years
  5. Del Mar Foundation celebrates 30 years

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