Box Office Hours
|Sunday||noon - 6pm|
|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|
Sam Woodhouse(Artistic Director)
Co-founded San Diego REPertory Theatre with D.W. Jacobs in 1976, and has since worked as a director, producer or actor on more than 250 productions. As an actor, he has performed on The REP stages in The Seafarer, in the title role of King Lear, Proof, Hamlet, and with the San Diego Symphony Orchestra in the title role of Stravinsky’s L’Histoire du Soldat. His recent directorial work with The REP includes: El Henry (with La Jolla Playhouse ) Detroit, Venus in Fur, In the Heights, Federal Jazz Project, Clybourne Park, The Who’s TOMMY, In the Next Room or the vibrator play, Threepenny Opera and Water & Power. In 2011 he directed American Night: The Ballad of Juan José for the Denver Center Theatre Company. In 2003, he was awarded the Patté Shiley Award for Lifetime Achievement by KPBS and the prestigious Alonzo Award by the Downtown San Diego Partnership. In 2006, he and Jacobs were honored with the Craig Noel Award by the San Diego Theatre Critics Circle for 30 years of artistic dedication to downtown and diversity.
Larry Alldredge(Managing Director)
Former REP Board of Trustees member and theatre devotee Larry Alldredge joined The REP staff in January 2008 as managing director. Larry retired as vice president of technology at Qualcomm where he led a business and engineering team to develop satellite communication systems. He and his wife Dawn have traveled extensively while enjoying Larry’s retirement. Now Larry is excited about having a “real job” again for a while. Larry’s love of theatre began with Community Theatre of Terre Haute, Indiana, where he worked both on- and offstage.
Todd Salovey(Associate Artistic Director)
is beginning his 25th REP season. Last year he partnered with Herbert Siguenza on In the Time of the Butterflies and A Weekend with Pablo Picasso, which has also played at the Alley Theatre in Houston, Denver Center Theatre, Los Angeles Theatre Center, and Center Arts Rep. Mr. Salovey’s many acclaimed REP shows include A Hammer, A Bell and A Song to Sing and The Blessing of a Broken Heart which he also wrote, The Dybbuk, King Lear, the world premiere of Yehuda Hyman’s The Mad Dancers, Hamlet starring Jefferson Mays, Uncle Vanya and Death of a Salesman starring Michael Genovese, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, The Imaginary Invalid, and Three Hotels. He is on the acting faculty at the University of California, San Diego. Mr. Salovey is the artistic director of the Lipinsky Family San Diego Jewish Arts Festival, which commissions new work exploring Jewish traditions in contemporary forms. He is married to Diane Boomer, and is the proud Dad of Leah and Aryeh.