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LAMB’S Hit Cowboy Revue “CHAPS!” Gets One Final Extension

Lamb’s Players Theatre has announced the final extension of CHAPS!. The company’s spring musical hit will end its run May 26.

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“This one surprised us,” commented LAMB’S Producing Artistic Director, Robert Smyth. “But an awful lot of people are hungry for a good laugh and some great music right about now. And when do you get the chance to hear all those iconic cowboy songs performed live…and by such a gifted cast?”

Next up for LAMB’S is the return of MIXTAPE, the theatre’s hit revue of the music, the dance and the fashion of the 1980s. Specially discounted early previews have been added for that show which will begin June 12. MIXTAPE, by Jon Lorenz & Colleen Kollar Smith with Kerry Meads, premiered in 2010 at the Horton Grand Theatre where it ran for over 3 years. This will be its first run at Lamb’s Players Theatre in Coronado.

Wed & Thu 7:30 / Fri 8 / Sat 4 & 8/ Sun 2
Lamb’s Players Theatre
1142 Orange Avenue, Coronado
Tickets range from $24 to $68, depending on the seating section and the day of the week.
Discounts are available for Seniors (66+) and Veterans.
Half-price tickets are available for Youth (ages 5 – 17), Young Adults (18 – 34) & Active Duty Military.
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LAMB’S has presented a calendar-year Season year-round, since it opened its first resident stage in 1978, an intimate theatre-in-the-round in National City. The company spent 17 Season there, steadily building a growing county-wide audience. LAMB’S became the region’s third largest theatre company (after the Old Globe and the La Jolla Playhouse) following the move of its resident theatre to Coronado in 1994.
Robert Smyth, joined Lamb’s Players in 1976 to start the group’s resident theatre work, and became the organization’s Producing Artistic Director in 1985.
More information and tickets are available online at or thru the LAMB’S Box Office – 619.437.6000 (Tue – Sat, noon to 7)


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