In the mood for a show stopping performance? Look no further than the Lamb’s Players Theatre, an intimate, 350-seat boutique stage located just a short walk from The Del. First opened in 1971, the artist-led theatre has continued to exist as a prominent venue for some of the most famous and well-loved plays and musicals. Catch their final play before the new year, ”A Christmas Carol,” or plan a visit during their 2022 season.
An Iconic Venue
Currently in its 50th year of production, the Lamb’s Players Theatre has created a name for itself as a prominent venue not only in San Diego, but across the country. The theater prides itself on its mission to “tell stories well” and uplift their community. The Lamb’s Players Theatre now focuses on delivering small, yet impactful performances to its audiences. The organization also emphasizes the importance of the arts in children’s lives, with their Educational Outreach.
Catch “A Christmas Carol”
To finish off the 2021 season at The Lamb’s Players Theatre, the organization presents “A Christmas Carol,” a whimsical adaptation of the iconic Charles Dickens story, adapted and directed by Kerry Meads. The shows will feature performances at 7 p.m. from December 21-24, with the final show on December 26. Find more information about the play and buy your tickets here.
The theatre’s upcoming 2022 season is sure to attract visitors from near and far. From April 2 through June 12, you can catch the smash hit “Million Dollar Quartet.” This performance will focus on the combined works of Johnny Cash, Elvis Presley, Carl Perkins and Jerry Lee Lewis on an evening in 1956 that altered American music history forever. The theater will also perform “The Hound of the Baskervilles,” a suspenseful and incredibly fun Sherlock Holmes mystery. Finally, the 2022 season will wrap up with “Respect” highlighting the most iconic female singers of the 1960s, from Aretha Franklin to Joni Mitchell.
These electric performances at the nearby Lamb’s Players Theatre are a must-see. Check out the Lamb’s Players Theatre’s website here for more information, and to buy tickets.