Pacific Repertory Theatre

Pacific Repertory Theatre, Carmel: Hours, Address, Pacific Repertory Theatre Reviews: 4.5/5

Pacific Repertory Theatre
4.5
11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Tuesday
11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Wednesday
11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Thursday
11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Friday
11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Saturday
11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
About
Pacific Rep operates 4 historic theatres in Carmel - the Golden Bough and Circle Theatres, and the Forest Theater, which actually has two stages, outdoor and indoor. Everything from musicals and children's theatre, to Shakespeare and rock and roll! What a variety of offerings!
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Bluedotih40
Liverpool, UK38 contributions
Intimate theater in the round
Oct 2017 • Couples
we were visiting for a couple of days and luckily there was a production of Anthony & Cleopatra on. Having seen this earlier in the year at Royal Shakespeare Company in Straford upon Avon my expectations were tempered. Such arrogance. This was a high quality production, brilliantly portrayed in the most intimate of settings. The proximity of the actors to the audience is compelling. Okay, so the ' bar' and lobby are basic, but that's part of the charm. A real highlight of our time in California.
Written November 8, 2017
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Lee K
Prairie Village, KS855 contributions
A nice local theater experience
Aug 2017 • Couples
A small and intimate theater in a beautiful residential neighborhood. Good seats everywhere. A variety of shows and performers. A nice selection of refreshments including wine that you may take into the theater.
Written August 6, 2017
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Anne S
Monterey, CA336 contributions
The Other Place
May 2016 • Friends
We just saw this fabulous play in the Cicle a theatre which is adjacent to the Golden Bough and part of Pac Rep. This intimate theatre was a perfect venue for the play and all of the seats were good. I highly recommend checking out the plays at both theatres. There is amazing talent on the Central Coast.
Written May 21, 2016
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MEKonrad
Fair Oaks, CA100 contributions
Pro theater with beach access!
May 2015 • Family
Great location - close to the beach and downtown. If you want to round out your visit to lovely Carmel, consider taking in a play at Pacific Repertory. They hire professional actors, and produce both classics and off-broadway productions. Intimate setting and a casual atmosphere. Very impressive. Take a picnic dinner with a blanket and enjoy the sunset before showtime. The beach is just a short walk from the theater.
Written May 30, 2015
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mumzi
Sonoma, CA42 contributions
Very Enjoyable!
Aug 2013 • Friends
Lovely night, wonderfully talented actors & great music! Just great, better than some shows we've seen in San Francisco & New York. We will most happily return. Bravo to all who helped create this Pacific RepertoryTheatre!
Written September 14, 2013
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richardbruce
Marina, CA51 contributions
Buddy Holly and Friends
Aug 2013 • Friends
Normally I woudn't go to an off-Broadway production unless I knew someone in the production, but I was invited by a friend, and I was pleasantly surprised. The lead actor (Travis Poelle), who had played Buddy Holly in the West Coast production of "Buddy — The Buddy Holly Story" was spot-on in the title role. He looks like Buddy, and even sounds a little like him. Of course, he was 10 years younger in the original musical, but still has the youthful looks and plays guitar pretty well, too. This version is also directed by Stephen Moorer, so it has a similiar look and feel, but more music - in fact, almost nothing BUT music! Ritchie Valens is capably played by Davitt Felder, and The Big Bopper by... well, I have to check my program for that actor, but he was fun. And the PacRep band, led by Don Dalley, really rocked the house! I especially enjoyed the keyboards, ably played by Steve Tosh, who is no spring chicken - but there was plenty of spring in his fingers! Just go and close your eyes, sing along, and have a good time - and remember when lyrics and melody mattered in music!
Written August 28, 2013
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Warren G W
Rainier, OR1,619 contributions
OUTSTANDING!!!
Jun 2013 • Couples
The Pacific Rep is a true gem of the central California coast. They produce shows that are the equal of Broadway, with no funds, no support, and a cast of volunteers, staff, actors, and supporters that are unequalled! One has only to attend a performance of "Buddy! The Buddy Holly Story", to be transported back to the 1950's.
Written July 2, 2013
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AQueenBee
Boise, ID67 contributions
Small Old World Venue
Love going to this tiny theatre to see up and coming actors and artists. Great prices and great talent!
Written April 11, 2013
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