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Canyon Crest junior a rising theater, jazz talent

Even though he’s 16, Scott Roberts has the acting resume and work ethic of someone twice his age.

Carmel Valley student shines in recent ‘Guys and Dolls’ production at Balboa Park

It makes perfect sense that Benjamin Sutton, a resident of Del Mar who will be attending Canyon Crest Academy as a senior this fall, is pursuing acting once you hear what his parents do.

Bicoastal actress remembers Del Mar roots

Ashley Fox Linton. Courtesy photo

From Cygnet Theatre’s “Sweeney Todd” to The York Theatre’s “Flambe Dreams,” Ashley Fox Linton has starred in a variety of stage productions on both coasts. Still, the former Del Mar resident remembers her local roots.

Artistic director celebrates 10 years at Solana Beach theater

David Ellenstein

North Coast Repertory Theatre has been a staple of Solana Beach and North San Diego County for more than 30 years.

Carmel Valley residents performing in Les Miserables at the Lyceum Theatre

From Left to Right, Madison Wright, Chase Anichini, Samantha Vesco, Matthew Mohler.  Not shown Karina Murrieta. Photos courtesy of Christy Mohler

Les Miserables is widely regarded as the world’s most beloved musical. Based on Victor Hugo’s timeless novel, this epic musical stirs the heart and invigorates the soul with its moving storyline and unforgettable score.

North Coast Rep in Solana Beach presents ‘Becoming Cuba’

Commissioned by North Coast Rep, the world premiere of playwright Melinda Lopez’s “Becoming Cuba,” introduces a family coping with the changing landscape of their country as it struggles for independence in 1890s Cuba.

‘Leonard Nimoy’s Vincent’ returns to North Coast Rep in Solana Beach

Back by popular demand, Leonard Nimoy’s “Vincent” will return to the North Coast Rep Theatre in Solana Beach on June 3 and 4 at 7:30 p.m.

San Diego Musical Theatre’s ‘The Sound of Music’ runs May 10-26

San Diego Musical Theatre is holding its second production of the 2013 season, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “The Sound of Music,” running May 10-26 at the Birch North Park Theatre. For individual or group tickets contact the administrative office at 858-560-5740 or visit SDMT online at www.sdmt.org. Birch North Park Theatre is at 2891 University Ave., [...]

Theatre School at North Coast Rep presents ‘Alice in Wonderland’

Front Row from left: Micah Fong (Alice) and Francesca Fong (Small Alice).  Back Row from left:  Nicole Phan (Tall Alice), Christian Jaeger (Mad Hatter),  Sara Wolfkind (White Rabbit). Darin Fong Photography

The Theatre School at North Coast Rep will present “Alice in Wonderland” March 28-31 at The North Coast Repertory Theatre, 987 Lomas Santa Fe Drive, Solana Beach, 92075.

Canyon Crest Academy student Emily Laliotis composes 10 original songs for Sarah Ruhl’s ‘Eurydice’

Emily Laliotis

Canyon Crest Academy junior Emily Laliotis is inspired to write music.
CCA Theater’s “Eurydice” is opening on March 28 at CCA’s Black Box Theater. “Eurydice” is the myth of Orpheus & Eurydice spun into contemporary times. In addition to writing the music, Laliotis is both
the music director and accompanist for the show.

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