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Noelle Marion, Heather Stinson, Elyse Collier, Joey Sorge, Ashlea Potts, Madison Mitc Photo

Noelle Marion, Heather Stinson, Elyse Collier, Joey Sorge, Ashlea Potts, Madison Mitchell, Kristina Miller

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07/28/2015
Fran Jaye, Noelle Marion, Paul C. Vogt, Randy Aaron, Joline Mujica, Bob Walton Photo

Fran Jaye, Noelle Marion, Paul C. Vogt, Randy Aaron, Joline Mujica, Bob Walton

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07/23/2012
Noelle Marion, Randy Aaron Photo

Noelle Marion, Randy Aaron

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07/23/2012
James Royce Edwards, Joline Mujica, Chris Warren Gilbert, Noelle Marion and Erika Ama Photo

James Royce Edwards, Joline Mujica, Chris Warren Gilbert, Noelle Marion and Erika Amato

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07/22/2012
Noelle Marion, Erika Amato, Summerisa Bell, JP Sarro, Joline Mujica, Chris Warren Gil Photo

Noelle Marion, Erika Amato, Summerisa Bell, JP Sarro, Joline Mujica, Chris Warren Gilbert, James Royce Edwards, Chyka Jackson and Chase Anthony Nichter

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Noelle Marion News

Moonlight Stage Productions Presents Reimagined CINDERELLA Photo Moonlight Stage Productions Presents Reimagined CINDERELLA
by Marissa Tomeo - May 21, 2022

A trio of creatives are making their Moonlight debuts and are leading Moonlight Stage Productions’ second show of its 41st summer season, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Cinderella” with performances at the Moonlight Amphitheatre. Featured amongst the cast are some of San Diego’s most treasured theatre veterans in starring roles.

VIDEO: Michael Cerveris Premieres New Version of the First Loose Cattle Quarantine Sh Photo VIDEO: Michael Cerveris Premieres New Version of the First Loose Cattle Quarantine Show
by Stephi Wild - Mar 15, 2021

Today at noon EST, Michael Cerveris is premiering a new, enhanced multi camera version, remixed and edited for rebroadcast of the first Loose Cattle Quarantine show, a time capsule of the final days as NYC began to lockdown.

BWW Review: The Lawrence Welk Theatre Brings Everyone's Favorite Spooky Family To Lif Photo BWW Review: The Lawrence Welk Theatre Brings Everyone's Favorite Spooky Family To Life With THE ADDAMS FAMILY
by E.H. Reiter - Sep 16, 2019

THE ADDAMS FAMILY playing at the Lawrence Welk Theatre through November 10th is the perfect fun, spooky, and kooky musical to get you feeling like it's fall in San Diego.

BWW Review: North Coast Rep Proves that it's ALL IN THE TIMING Photo BWW Review: North Coast Rep Proves that it's ALL IN THE TIMING
by E.H. Reiter - May 3, 2019

Don't let the laughter or the crazy hijinks fool you- comedy is hard work to get right.  Luckily, with a strong ensemble cast of six people ALL IN THE TIMING brings the laughs to the stage of the North Coast Repertory Theatre through May 5th.

ALL IN THE TIMING Comes to North Coast Repertory Theatre Photo ALL IN THE TIMING Comes to North Coast Repertory Theatre
by Stephi Wild - Feb 26, 2019

Award-winning playwright David Ives, described by The New York Times as "wizardly, magical, funny, and original," has penned six one-act comedies that examine various attempts at relationships and communication with hilarious results. Using inspired language and wordplay, Ives takes delight in pushing audiences' smart buttons and teasing their brains. Join us for non-stop laughter and brilliant witticisms.

ALL IN THE TIMING Announced At North Coast Rep Photo ALL IN THE TIMING Announced At North Coast Rep
by A.A. Cristi - Feb 25, 2019

Award-winning playwright David Ives, described by The New York Times as 'wizardly, magical, funny, and original,' has penned six one-act comedies that examine various attempts at relationships and communication with hilarious results. Using inspired language and wordplay, Ives takes delight in pushing audiences' smart buttons and teasing their brains. Join us for non-stop laughter and brilliant witticisms.

North Coast Repertory Extends A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM Photo North Coast Repertory Extends A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 2, 2018

A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum at North Coast Repertory Theatre has now been extended through August 19th due to popular demand!

BWW Review: A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM Photo BWW Review: A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM
by E.H. Reiter - Jul 27, 2018

A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM, playing through August 12th at North Coast Repertory Theatre is a colorful and fun summer trip to Ancient Rome, as told with a small detour through vaudeville for style. The play even announces its intentions at the top of the show 'Tragedy tomorrow, comedy tonight' just so there is no confusion.

North Coast Repertory to Close 36th Season with A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO  Photo North Coast Repertory to Close 36th Season with A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM
by A.A. Cristi - May 30, 2018

Excitement has been running so high for North Coast Rep's Season 36 closer, A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM. The theatre has already extended the beloved musical by one week to accommodate the ticket requests. Composer Stephen Sondheim has created a laugh-a-minute audience favorite with songs such as "Comedy Tonight," "Lovely" and "Everyone Ought to Have a Maid." Winner of six Tony Awards including Best Musical, FORUM was written by Burt Shevelove and Larry Gelbart, who based their farce on the over-the-top antics of the Roman slave Pseudolus, who will do anything to win his freedom and bring two lovers together. Tickets are already flying out the door, so it's best to order early.

BWW Review: HOW THE OTHER HALF LOVES at North Coast Repertory Theatre Photo BWW Review: HOW THE OTHER HALF LOVES at North Coast Repertory Theatre
by E.H. Reiter - Apr 24, 2018

For a comedy that is almost 50 years old, HOW THE OTHER HALF LOVES finds that Alan Ayckburn's comedic play about class, marriage, and infidelity still has a lot that resonates now. Playing at the North Coast Repertory Theatre through May 13th, this is a period comedy finds the funny in comic confusion.