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ALL | SD REP | LYCEUM EVENTS
Box Office Hours
Sunday noon - 6pm
Monday Closed
Tuesday noon - 6pm
Wednesday noon - 6pm
Thursday noon - 6pm
Friday noon - 6pm
Saturday noon - 6pm

During performances, the box office will remain open until curtain.
Box Office Phone: 619.544.1000 (lines close 30 mintues before curtain)
Box Office Fax: 619.231.4304
Surround Events

Join us in the lobby of the Lyceum for mixture of entertainment and enlightenment before (and sometimes after) the show. Our SURROUND EVENTS are FREE and open to the public. Click on the thumbnails below to check out the offerings.

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Past Shows


  • Dirty Little Secrets

     

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    Lyceum Stage

    Jai Rodriguez’ “Dirty Little Secrets” is being performed for one night only on August 20th at 7:00pm presented by San Diego REPertory Theatre. Jai Rodriguez (Rent, Queer Eye for the Straight Guy) stars in “an R-rated cabaret of songs, stories and dancing revealing his life, lusts, loves and lessons learned” continues Jai “It’s an evening that’s half singing and dancing and half stand up that shows that sometimes, the road to our own personal truth is through our most shame-filled moments.” The Miami Herald says “Yet for all of its dramatic and sometimes-sobering shadings, Dirty Little Secrets is upbeat, empowering and entertaining. In large part, that’s because of Rodriguez’s warm stage presence and the songs he and the others sing, a mixture of meaningful show tunes and pop hits.” Jai is also currently starring as Usnavi in “In The Heights” at San Diego Repertory Theatre Now through August 25th. 
     
    Jai Rodriguez is an Emmy Award-winning television host and actor. Rodriguez began is career at age 18 when he was cast in the role of "Angel" in the critically acclaimed Broadway musical “RENT.” Most recognized for his role in Bravo’s culturally groundbreaking series “Queer Eye For The Straight Guy,” Rodriguez stood-out on the series as the “Culture Vulture,” a youthful and savvy addition to the show’s already dynamic cast. Jai recently returned to primetime on ABC’s “Malibu Country”, other television credits include over the years, he has worked regularly as an authority in culture and style with extensive hosting credits, including: “Styleyes Miami” (SiTv), two consecutive seasons of “Groomer Has It” (Animal Planet), and “Model Latina” (SiTv). As an actor, Rodriguez has appeared on numerous shows, including: LOGO’S “Rick and Steve,” “Nip/Tuck,” “How I Met Your Mother,” as a chilling murderer in “Bones,” heartthrob Mateo on  “Days of Our Lives,” and “GIGANTIC” (TeenNick); however, it was his 2011 tear-jerking performance as transgender "Amanda Knott" on “Harry's Law” that showcased his extraordinary talent as an actor.
     
    Rodriguez is the only male actor who after rising to stardom on a reality TV show has successfully transitioned to a series regular role on a primetime series, “Malibu Country” (ABC). Actors who share the accomplishment include: Jennifer Hudson, Katherine McPhee and NeNe Leakes.
     

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  • Night Of Positive Images

     

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    Lyceum Stage

    22nd Annual Kuumba Fest :A Night of Positive Images  
    6pm -Opening of the African Market place, live music, exotic vendors,
     art, food & more. Drum Call Libation and dancing, honoree reception.
    7pm- Royal Court Awards Ceremony.
     (Special best dressed traditional wear and married the longest time competition during intermission) 
    8pm-Hot New play Black 2 Love family caught in the crossroads of life and death. Written and directed by D. A. Blevins
     

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  • Una Nocha Yidishe

     

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    The one-night performance is at the Oceanside Museum of Art
     
    This performance is a musical feast from south of the border. The Grammy-nominated band, Klezmer Juice featuring Gustavo Bulgach, performs Latin and Jewish music from the Jewish migration through South America, consisting of a stylish fusion of Jewish melodies with a Latin beat, Yiddish Tangos and favorite Israeli and klezmer songs.
     
    Tickets are $8 each. To purchase tickets call (760) 435-3720.

    more info 
  • Walter Cronkite is Dead.

     

    April 01 - April 15 2012
    Lyceum Stage

    The Story

    “In seeking truth you have to get both sides of a story.” —Walter Cronkite Join us for the West Coast premiere of an intimate comedy that takes the vitriolic rhetoric of red state vs. blue state and asks us to view “the other” with our eyes wide open.


    By : Joe Calarco
    Directed by : Shana Wride
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  • The Who's TOMMY

     

    April 04 - April 30 2012
    Lyceum Stage

    The Story

    The world’s first rock opera is now re-imagined for the 21st century! “The most exhilarating music ever written” (Los Angeles Times) will rock the Lyceum Stage this summer with our brand new production of the Tony Award-winning stage version of one of the greatest albums in history.


    Music and Lyrics by : Pete Townshend
    Book by : Pete Townshend and Des McAnuff
    Directed by : Sam Woodhouse
    Choreography by : Jaiver Velasco
    Musical Direction by : Steve Gunderson
    Starring : B.Slade as Tommy
    more info 
  • Zoot Suit

     

    July 14 - August 12 2012
    Lyceum Stage

    Zoot Suit will be produced through the same partnership between San Diego REP and San Diego School of Creative and Performing Arts that made “Hairspray” (2010) ...


    By : Luis Valdez
    Directed by : Kirsten Brandt
    Choreography by : Javier Velasco
    Musical Direction by : Bill Doyle
    Costume Design by : Mary Larson
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  • The Exit Interview

     

    September 29 - October 21 2012
    Lyceum Space

    Please join us for an evening of fearlessly ambitious, deliciously witty and insatiably curious comedy, The Exit Interview is written by William Missouri Downs, directed by Sam Woodhouse and stars Herbert Siguenza (Culture Clash and A Weekend with Pablo Picasso) Laugh now, but expect the unexpected.


    Written by : William Missouri Downs
    Directed by : Sam Woodhouse
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  • A Hammer, A Bell, and A Song to Sing

     

    November 03 - December 02 2012
    Lyceum Stage

    Back by popular demand is the production that had San Diego singing in three-part harmony and provoked standing ovations at every one of its workshop production performances. This fall, San Diego REP will present an expanded and fully developed production of last season’s runaway hit.


    By : Todd Salovey with Vaughn Armstrong, Dave Crossland, and Jim Mooney
    Directed by : Todd Salovey
    Musical Direction and Arrangements by : Bruno Louchouarn
    more info 
  • The Ultimate Christmas Show (abridged)

     

    December 05 - December 23 2012
    Lyceum Stage

    After a seven year hiatus, a holiday production returns to San Diego REPertory Theatre. Christmas will never be the same once you share the holiday with the inspired lunacy of the masters of condensing the classics – the Reduced Shakespeare Company.


    Written and directed by : Reed Martin and Austin Tichenor
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  • Clybourne Park

     

    January 12 - February 10 2013
    Lyceum Stage

    Winner of the 2012 Tony Award for Best Play, 2011 Pulitzer Prize and Olivier Award for Best Play, Clybourne Park is an unforgettable new story about race, class, and real estate in America.


    By : Bruce Norris
    Directed by : Sam Woodhouse
    more info 
  • Frederick Douglass Now

     

    February 04 - February 06 2013
    Lyceum Space

    Written and Directed and presented by Roger Guenveur Smith

    his acclaimed solo piece about abolitionist and pioneering feminist, Frederick Douglass for three performances only. Born in a slave cabin, self taught, and passionately committed to justice and equality, Douglass earned an international reputation as a lecturer and activist. Using text from Douglass’ classic 19th century works and his own original narrative, Smith explores the African American experience in a riveting performance.


    Written and directed by : Roger Guenveur Smith
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  • The Mountaintop

     

    March 02 - March 31 2013
    Lyceum Stage

    Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. said "I may not get there with you, but I want you to know that we as a people will get to the Promised Land." King, who lived every day in the face of death, was assassinated on April 4, 1968 while standing on the balcony of the Lorraine Motel in Memphis.


    By : Katori Hall
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  • Federal Jazz Project

     

    April 06 - May 05 2013
    Lyceum Stage

    Sizzling New Jazz
    Poetry Rising Like Smoke
    An Unforgettable Story About
    An Unbreakable Bond Between 
    Two Sisters Named San Diego And Tijuana

    Conceived and written by : Richard Montoya
    Music composed and curated by : Gilbert Castellanos
    Directed by : Sam Woodhouse
    more info 
  • The Figueroa Family and its Jewish Roots

     

    May 21 2013
    Lyceum Space

     

    Guillermo Figueroa, former Music Director of the New Mexico Symphony and Puerto Rico Symphony and his sister Ivonne Figueroa present a piano and violin concert along with stories and photographs.
     
    This program is part of ADL’s ¡Celébrate! The Jewish Experience in Spanish Speaking Countries.
     
    Complimentary wine reception at 7pm.

     


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  • The 12th Annual Klezmer Summit

     

    June 03 2013
    Lyceum Stage

     

    1940’s Jazz had a special Jewish swing.Benny Goodman was the first musician to bring African American jazz musicians to Carnegie Hall.Yale Strom presents “Jews in Jazz” featuring renowned jazz cellist Fred Katz and Hot Pstromi. Strom’s all-star band includes guest trumpeter Gilbert Castellenos, Tripp Sprague, Lou Fanucchi, Jeff Pekarek, Duncan Moore, Fred Benedetti, and vocalist Elizabeth Schwartz.
     
    Complimentary Kosher Knishes.
     
    Panel discussion on “Jews in Jazz” with Fred Katz & Yale Strom at 6:30pm.

     


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  • Women of Valor

     

    June 04 2013
    Lyceum Space

     

    A woman of valor who shall fi nd? A partial answer is found in this new staged reading with music about 6 inspirational San Diego women.This year’s reading features portraits of Leslie Caspi, Shir Hebron, Audrey Jacobs, Jennie Starr, Judith Handler and the late Marla Bennett.
     
    All proceeds will benefi t: SCY High, Torah High, the Jewish Academy,and StandWithUs.

    Written by : Todd Salovey, Leah Salovey, Ali Viterbi and Rebecca Myers
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  • Steal Heaven

     

    June 13 2013
    Lyceum Space

     

    A staged reading based on the life of activist Abbie Hoffman. Abbie, now in an other-wordly Jewish home for the aged, teaches Twitter generation protesters. A political comedy that will raise the roof and maybe the Pentagon too!

    Written by and Starring : Herbert Siguenza
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  • Soulfarm

     

    June 18 2013
    Lyceum Stage

     

    The ultimate Jewish Jam band rocks the house. Their live shows are full of Mediterranean flavor with captivating guitar leads, dance rhythms and strong percussion breaks.
     
    In partnership with NCSY San Diego.

    more info 
  • In The Heights

     

    July 30 - August 25 2013
    Lyceum Stage

     

    This exuberant Tony Award®-winning musical presents the universal story of a vibrant immigrant community seeking their 21st century version of the American dream.

    Music and Lyrics by : Lin-Manuel Miranda
    Book by : Quiara Alegría Hudes
    Conceived by : Lin-Manuel Miranda
    Directed by : Sam Woodhouse
    Choreography by : Javier Velasco
    more info 
  • A Weekend with Pablo Picasso

     

    September 07 - October 13 2013
    Lyceum Space

     

    Three years ago the actor/writer Herbert Siguenza (Culture Clash) had the audacity to write an original play and star as Pablo Picasso, the most influential artist in modern history. The REP hosted a 3-week workshop that quickly became a sensation. 


    Written by and Starring : Herbert Siguenza
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  • Un fin de semana con Pablo Picasso

     

    October 05 - October 06 2013
    Lyceum Space

    Hace tres años el escritor y actor Herbert Siguenza (Culture Clash) tuvo la audacia de escribir y actuar como Pablo Picasso, el pintor de mayor influencia en la historia moderna. El REP tuvo un evento de tres semanas qué fue la sensacíon del momento. Ahora este trabajo crucial totalmente realizado es todo un excito con aplausos de la audiencia en Los Angeles, Bay Area, Houston y Denver, la jira de Siguenza de un solo hombre regresa mas fuerte qué nunca.

     
     
     

    estrellando y escrito por : Herbert Siguenza
    y dirigido por : Todd Salovey
    more info 
  • Venus In Fur

     

    November 09 - December 08 2013
    Lyceum Space

    Get ready for a wild night of theatre.

    This Broadway smash and Tony Award® Best Play nominee begins innocently enough: a young actress is auditioning before ademanding playwright/director for the role of a lifetime. But soon the tale takes a darker, edgy turn as we learn the play is based on the 1870 erotic novella Venus in Furs by Leopold von Sacher-Masoch (Mr. Masochism himself). When these two emotionally-charged artists get wrapped up in an ultimate test of wills, it’s man versus woman, director versus actress, and writer versus muse...all with a little leather and lace mixed in.


    Written by : David Ives
    Directed by : Kim Rubinstein and Sam Woodhouse
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  • In The Time Of The Butterflies

     

    January 04 - January 26 2014
    Lyceum Space

    In the Dominican Republic in the mid-20th century, Generalisimo Rafael Trujillo (El Jefe) ruled his tiny but strategic country with the brutal extravagance of a modern day Napoleon. Nothing threatened his fantasy of unlimited power - nothing except a secret underground movement, at the center of which were four sisters known by the code name butterflies. The gently blooming but unstoppable resistance against the dictator by Patria, Dedé, Minerva, and María Teresa inspired novelist Julia Alvarez to write the best-selling book, In the Time of the Butterflies. 


    A Play by : Caridad Svich
    Based on the Novel by : Julia Alvarez
    Directed by : Todd Salovey and Herbert Siguenza
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  • Detroit

     

    February 22 - March 16 2014
    Lyceum Space

    The Obie winner and a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize is a playful and primal cocktail about the American dream and the pursuit of happiness.

    Ben and Mary are a couple comfortably settled into their suburban American lifestyle. One day the free spirits Sharon and Kenny suddenly move into the long–empty house next door. Ben and Mary break out the booze and fire up the backyard barbeque to welcome their new neighbors.

    With biting humor, playwright D’Amour challenges American cultural assumptions about status, comfort, ambition, and community.


    Directed by : Sam Woodhouse
    Written by : Lisa D'Amour
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