North Coast Rep’s annual Spotlight Gala

Terri McMurtry, Eric Cohen, Bill Coltellaro

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The Spotlight Gala benefiting North Coast Repertory Theatre was held April 27 at Del Mar Country Club. The featured entertainer at the event was Obba Babatundé, a multiple award-winning American actor known for his work on stage and screen.

North Coast Rep’s gala also included a cocktail reception, silent auction, sumptuous sit-down dinner, live auction and a three-piece combo. The gala committee was headed by Sharon Stein, who serves on the theatre’s board of trustees. Stein and her husband, Jerome, are Rancho Santa Fe residents.

For more information, visit northcoastrep.org.

Photos by Jon Clark

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