June Theatre Events


6.1-26: Hedda Gabler
North Coast Repertory Theatre
987 Lomas Santa Fe Dr., Ste. D, Solana Beach

This recreation of a drama that debuted in the 1800s tells the tale of a woman in a loveless marriage riddled with manipulation and sexual repression. The climax is shocking.

6.4: Neverland
California Center For The Arts
340 N. Escondido Blvd., Escondido

Del Mar Ballet’s adaption of Peter Pan uses planets, comets and a celebration in India to make audience members wish they never had to grow up.

6.5-26: Golda’s Balcony
New Village Arts Theatre
2787 State St., Carlsbad

This play tells the life story of Golda Meir, the Russian immigrant who became an American school-teacher before assuming the role of fourth prime minister of Israel on the eve of 1973’s Yom Kippur War, in which Egypt and Syria attacked Israel.

6.10-8.7: American Rhythm
Lamb’s Players Theatre
1142 Orange Ave., Coronado

Wear red, white and blue to blend with the troupe of actors, singers and dancers drumming up 100 years of music in America on-stage.

6.12: The Other Mozart
Balboa Theatre
868 Fourth Ave., Downtown

This one-woman show follows Maria Anna Walburga Ignatia Mozart (aka Nannerl), who performed with but was overshadowed and kicked to the curb by her prodigious brother, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

6.15-7.2: Sister Act
Moonlight Stage Productions
200 Civic Center Dr., Vista

When a disco diva witnesses a murder, police protect her by placing her in a convent whose choir needs a tune up, an inconspicuous hiding place... or so they thought.

6.19-7.24: Macbeth
The Old Globe
1363 Old Globe Way, Balboa Park

Shakespeare’s tragedy centers on a man’s murderous path to becoming ruler of Scotland.

6.21: Letters From The Wall - Cartas Del Muro
San Diego Repertory Theatre
79 Horton Plaza, Downtown

Based on actual and current stories of immigration, deportation and separation, this series of vignettes depicts the lives of those impacted by life on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border.

6.28-7.24: The Last Tiger In Haiti
La Jolla Playhouse
2910 La Jolla Village Dr., La Jolla

Folklore blurs with reality when a group of restaveks, modern-day enslaved Haitian children, realize freedom is far-fetched when one’s life is controlled by another person.