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Coronado Playhouse Presents A Night with EmSeize

Coronado Playhouse presents A Night with EmSeize

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Help make a dream come true for San Diego’s newest Singing Sensation

You can say you knew them when. The dynamic trio known as EmSeize brings a night of musical entertainment to the intimate cabaret setting of Coronado Playhouse Saturday May 31, 2014 from 6-7:30 p.m. Kim Miller, Brittney Caldwell and Eboni Muse joined their talents in our recent sold out and extended production of the hit musical “CHICAGO”. Now they are the new singing group, EmSeize, performing throughout Southern California with their repertoire of classic standards, Broadway show tunes, and many other song styles.

A Night with EmSeize is the perfect opportunity to experience the group’s captivating voices while supporting them in a dream to take their talent to the next level. The ladies are working their way to audition for world renowned producer and director Tyler Perry. This evening of entertainment is a fundraising event to help them reach that goal. EmSeize will be joined on stage by other popular San Diego performers who will delight the audience with a variety of entertainment. The event will include an exciting raffle of great prizes. If you are unable to attend, please support the group through its online donation website at www.gofundme.com/sailingtoourdreams.

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To learn more about tickets or sponsorships, contact the box office at 619-435-4856 or go to our website.

DATES: Saturday May 31, 2014

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TIME: 6:00-7:30 p.m.

TICKETS: $15 advance

$18 at the door

$100 VIP table includes reserved seats for up to five people, bottle of champagne and personal pictures with EmSeize members after the show

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