Coronado Playhouse Show Tickets


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I’ll drink to that.

March 3 - March 26, 2023

Thursday-Saturday @ 8pm
Saturday-Sunday @ 2pm

The legendary Stephen Sondheim’s beloved musical Company is rolling into Coronado! The production is following a highly successful and inventive Broadway revival where the focal character Robert became Bobbie. In many ways, the late and great Sondheim’s Company was the precursor to the plays, TV, and rom-coms showcasing seemingly together characters gallivant through posh restaurants contemplating their love lives. Some of the biggest stars in the history of Broadway and Hollywood have played these iconic characters, but no matter the cast or iteration of the musical, the story continues to remain relevant with universal themes of love and longing, marriage and mistakes, regret, and redemption.

The show plays out through a series of vignettes as the main character travels through their own past relationships and that of their friends to determine what exactly they want to wish for in their future. Can a birthday message manifest the perfect partner? Joanne and Larry, Peter and Susan, Harry and Sarah, David and Jenny, and Paul and Amy will help Robert - or Bobbie - find out.

Audiences are sure to enjoy being in company with the big personalities of these timeless characters.

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Hay Fever

Blissfully bad behavior

27th Annual FREE Classic Series
Made possible by a grant from the City of Coronado

May 19-June 4, 2023

Thursday-Saturday @ 8pm
Saturday-Sunday @ 2pm

For year 27 of the Free Classic Series, Coronado audiences will be transported to 1920s England to meet the outrageous and opinionated Bliss family in Noël Coward’s Hay Fever. In this biting script, a quiet vacation goes awry when David and Judith Bliss’s children Simon and Sorel crash their holiday, bringing along unassuming guests. A torrid game of charades, a whirlwind engagement, and dramatic fainting all occur in a single act! The characters’ emotive personalities and curt bickering play against the atmosphere of English high society in this layered comedy. The self-absorbed Bliss family fails to recognize their own petulant behaviors as the weekend unravels.

With a committed ensemble, this sharp-witted and over-the-top comedy will surely be a riot as Hay Fever continues to delight audiences with its astute observations on family relationships and rivalries.

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An immersive musical mashup inspired by the discography of Ben Folds

A co-production with Blindspot Collective

July 7 - July 23, 2023

Thursday-Saturday @ 8pm
Saturday-Sunday @ 2pm

Underground is the most distinct pivot in a season of stylized comedies. This original and immersive musical is based entirely on the music of Ben Folds - who granted permission to Blindspot Collective to use his music. This world premiere blends flashbacks, dance, and complex harmonies to illuminate the histories and inner lives of the regulars down at your local pub. The audience enters UNDERGROUND, a local bar, where they mill with the cast who are there for ‘the big game’; a song begins & welcomes them in, setting the tone. We watch as their lives play out in front of us. Part theatre, part concert, and part drinking game, this modern parable is a celebration of community and resilience as we "learn to live with what we are."

Blindspot Collective develops transformative theatre that amplifies marginalized voices, illuminates untold stories, bridges disparate experiences, and energizes vulnerable communities. We produce radically inclusive programming at the intersection of advocacy, education, and entertainment that cultivates and celebrates new work, emerging artists, diverse audiences, and fresh ideas.

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A habit-forming musical comedy

August 25 - September 10, 2023

Thursday-Saturday @ 8pm
Saturday-Sunday @ 2pm

Continuing with the year’s theme of fun and farcical shows, Nunsense is a musical comedy that lives up to its name!

The Little Sisters of Hoboken face the deadly dilemma of burying dozens of fellow nuns on a budget. Naturally, the most logical move is to stage a variety show against a backdrop of Grease the Musical, right? The zany sisters work their way through organizing a Vaudevillian-esque production, utilizing the past talents - Reverend Regina was a former carnie - and current circumstances - Sister Mary Amnesia’s memory loss makes for great conversation.

This small cast is tasked with carrying the uniquely twisted humor of this wild musical. You won’t want to miss the surviving talents of Little Sisters of Hoboken in Nunsense!

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Suddenly, a place where dreams come true.

October 20-November 12, 2023

Thursday-Saturday @ 8pm
Saturday-Sunday @ 2pm

Xanadu follows Clio, the lovely and precocious Greek muse who puts on roller skates. legwarmers, and an Australian accent in order to help Sonny Malone, a chalk artist with half a brain and a heart of gold, rediscover his own creativity. With both help and hindrance from the other muses Sonny and Clio work to rebuild a roller disco. Xanadu is the rare musical with a big heart, an even bigger funny bone, and a tongue stuck firmly in its cheek.

Xanadu, a splashy musical comedy on wheels, has a book by Douglas Carter Beane and music and lyrics by Jeff Lynne and John Farrar. It is based on the 1980 film of the same name. The film’s soundtrack was a commercial hit. The musical’s score retains the hits from the film and also includes new arrangements by Eric Stern of "I'm Alive", "Magic", "Suddenly", and "Dancin'", as well as integrating two classic Electric Light Orchestra songs, "Strange Magic" and "Evil Woman", plus Farrar's hit "Have You Never Been Mellow".

This outlandish musical opened on Broadway in 2007 and ran for over 500 performances. It earned an Outer Critics Circle Award for Best Musical and a Drama Desk Award for Best Book. It was also nominated for multiple Tony Awards including Best Musical and Best Book.

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In Person Ticket Pricing:

Adult: $24-$30

Student, active military, & senior (62+) discounts are gladly given with valid ID: $21-$27 

Group discounts available for parties of 8 or more.

**Pricing will automatically adjust when 8 or more Adult Tickets are purchased together. Group rates only appliy to Adult tickets. 

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