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Legendary Coach Al McGuire Remembered in Dick Enberg’s One-Man Play:

McGuire by Dick Enberg

Presented by North Coast Repertory Theatre
Dick Enberg to do Talkbacks After Each Performance
FEBRUARY 9 at 7pm
FEBRUARY 10 at 7:30pm
January 20, 2015, Solana Beach, California … The return of MCGUIRE, Dick Enberg’s one-man play about legendary Marquette basketball coach Al McGuire, will be presented at North Coast Repertory Theatre on February 9th at 7pm and February 10th at 7:30pm.
Dick Enberg, one of the most prominent and respected play-by-play announcers in network television history, with a career spanning more than forty years. will do a talkback with the audience after every performance. He is recognizable by his trademark exclamation, “Oh, my!” Mr. Enberg has garnered many awards and honors over the years.
“This is one of the most exciting things I’ve ever done,” Enberg said. “Writing in the first person, it was almost as if Al was standing over my shoulder saying, ‘No, Dicksie, I wouldn’t have said it that way, I would have said it THIS way.’ He was not only in my head, he was in my soul.”
According to David Ellenstein, Producing Artistic Director for North Coast Rep, “We are thrilled to have Dick Enberg and multi-talented actor Cotter Smith associated with North Coast Rep as we present this return.”
Dick Enberg will attend both performances for a talkback after the shows. Tickets for these two performances are a fundraiser for North Coast Rep. Tickets are $100 for February 9th, which includes a post show reception and a talkback with Dick Enberg. The February 10th performance, tickets are $50 includes a special talkback with Dick Enberg. There are no special discounts or passes for this event.
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For tickets and more information call the North Coast Rep Box Office at (858) 481-1055 or on-line at northcoastrep.org. The Box Office is located at 987 Lomas Santa Fe Dr., Ste. D Solana beach, CA 92075. Box Office hours are daily 12pm to 4pm and performance days from 12pm to 7pm.

 

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Gunmetal Blues and North Coast Repertory Theatre was featured TWICE on KUSI for our opening weekend.

Check it out:

Gunmetal Blues: Video KUSI TV

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rfUqXeTUQ_I&feature=em-share_video_user

 

Dr Nic. KUSI TV video

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jAApqVKH2I8&feature=em-share_video_user

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Had a rough week?

Feel like passing out?!

Have the Gunmetal Blues!

Have your spirits revived with NCRT’s latest production.

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Opens this weekend! Runs Jan. 14-Feb. 8th. Click the link for tickets:https://tickets.northcoastrep.org/TheatreManager/1/online

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McGuire Feb. 9 & 10 only!

January 14, 2015

Check out this awesome show Feb. 9 & 10:
MCGUIRE

McGuire, written by Dick Enberg, is a one-man show featuring Cotter Smith and directed by Heidi Mueller-Smith.

Those who saw Al McGuire lead the 1977 Marquette basketball team to the national championship knew him to be quite a character. Renowned sportscaster and multiple Emmy Award – winner Dick Enberg shares memories of his long-time colleague and close friend. Mr. Enberg’s play depicts why the philosophy of this uncommonly funny and profound man had such an important and lasting impact on so many.

“Anyone who knew Al McGuire – eccentric basketball sage, national championship coach, collector of toy soldiers and butcher blocks, and king of the self-created kingdom of OingoBoingo Land – would find forgetting him impossible.”
~ New York Times.

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February 9 at 7:00 p.m. with post-show reception
February 10 at 7:30 p.m.

Dick Enberg will be at both performances for a talkback.

North Coast Repertory Theatre
987 Lomas Santa Fe Drive, Solana Beach, CA 92075

For tickets, call (858) 481-1055 or

https://tickets.northcoastrep.org/TheatreManager/1/online

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January 14, 2015

Check out the article in American Theatre Magazine about North Coast Rep!!

http://www.americantheatre.org/2015/01/13/know-a-theatre-north-coast-repertory-of-solana-beach-calif/

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Gunmetal Blues commercial

January 13, 2015

Check out our latest commercial for Gunmetal Blues!

Get your tickets now! 858-481-1055 or www.northcoastrep.org

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One more week until Gunmetal Blues opens at North Coast Rep. Have you solved the mystery of how to get tickets yet? I’ll give you a clue: www.northcoastrep.org or 858-481-1055!

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Congratulations to us for our San Diego Theatre Critics Circle “Craig Noel Award” nominations for 2014:

Outstanding Solo Performance
James Leaming – “This Wonderful Life,” North Coast Repertory Theatre

Outstanding Costume Design
Alina Bokovikova – “Fallen Angels,” North Coast Repertory Theatre
Alina Bokovikova – “The School for Lies,” North Coast Repertory Theatre

Outstanding New Play
Lionel Goldstein – “Mandate Memories,” North Coast Repertory Theatre

Outstanding Dramatic Production
“The School for Lies,” North Coast Repertory Theatre

http://sdcriticscircle.org/mainpages/news.htm

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Detective Sam Gallahad has a mystery to solve, but the Gunmetal Blues keep getting in the way.

You won’t want to miss this one!

Tickets now available for purchase by calling the box office: 858-481-1055, or www.northcoastrep.org.

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This Wonderful Life makes audience theatre believers!

December 17, 2014

Having doubts about seeing ANOTHER holiday show? THIS WONDERFUL LIFE at North Coast Repertory Theatre is the one not to miss. Don’t take our word for it, see what devoted patron, Chris Schwartz had to say: “On Sunday night, Kylie and Matthew were reluctant to go to a play that did not have an intermission. […]

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