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    Dearly Beloved
    Coronado PlayhouseSeptember 20, 2014 8:00 PM
    1835 Strand Way
    Coronado, CA 92118
    The feuding Futrelle sisters put the "fun" in dysfunction in "Dearly Beloved", the hilarious and heart-warming production at Coronado Playhouse. The rumor mill in Fayro, Texas, has been working overtime from the moment the sisters started planning the "wedding of the century." No surprise there -- the sisters have been Town Topic No. 1 since the breakup of their almost-famous gospel singing group, The Sermonettes. But now caught up in a Texas twister of gossip, God and gunfire, they desperately attempt to pull off the "Gone with the Wind"-themed nuptials ... even as the bride goes missing. Gary Cohen directs this Southern-fried comedy written by Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope and Jamie Wooten.
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    Race
    Swedenborg Church & HallSeptember 20, 2014 2:00 PM
    1531 Tyler Avenue
    San Diego, CA 92103
    In one of the latest works by Pulitzer Prize-winning David Mamet ("American Buffalo, Glengarry Glen Ross"), two attorneys are charged with defending a white man accused of raping an African-American woman. In the face of unraveling evidence, the lawyers' own uncomfortable beliefs about race rise to the surface. Different Stages tackles Mamet's rat-a-tat language and sharp jabs in this confrontational comedy that skewers modern-day "polite" society. "Race" premiered on Broadway in 2009 starring James Spader and David Alan Grier, and has since been produced around the world.
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    Race
    Swedenborg Church & HallSeptember 20, 2014 8:00 PM
    1531 Tyler Avenue
    San Diego, CA 92103
    In one of the latest works by Pulitzer Prize-winning David Mamet ("American Buffalo, Glengarry Glen Ross"), two attorneys are charged with defending a white man accused of raping an African-American woman. In the face of unraveling evidence, the lawyers' own uncomfortable beliefs about race rise to the surface. Different Stages tackles Mamet's rat-a-tat language and sharp jabs in this confrontational comedy that skewers modern-day "polite" society. "Race" premiered on Broadway in 2009 starring James Spader and David Alan Grier, and has since been produced around the world.
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    Guided Walking Tour Of North Park
    Birch North Park TheatreSeptember 20, 2014 11:00 AM
    2891 University Ave
    San Diego, CA 92104
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    Sagrada: The Mystery Of Creation
    Digital GymSeptember 20, 2014 4:00 PM
    2919 El Cajon Boulevard
    San Diego, CA 92104
    Stephan Haupt's documentary is built around the fascinating story of Barcelona's Sagrada Familia, the cathedral-sized Roman Catholic church designed by Antoni Gaudi in 1883 and still under construction today. The famed Modernist architect died more than 80 years ago, but his artistic Gothic design is expected to be completed around 2026, the centennial of his passing. The 2012 film is a compelling look at the stops, starts and controversies over its completion, as well as an exploration of art and creativity.
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    The Zero Theorem
    Digital GymSeptember 20, 2014 6:00 PM
    2919 El Cajon Boulevard
    San Diego, CA 92104
    Visionary director Terry Gilliam ("12 Monkeys") returns to the future in his latest film, "The Zero Theorem", starring Oscar winner Christoph Waltz as a reclusive computer genius searching for the meaning of life. Qohen Leth (Waltz) works as a programmer for the Orwellian organization Corporation ManCom. He resides in an ancient derelict church, awaiting a phone call that will give meaning to his life. When the mysterious Management summons him to crack the Zero Theorem, a formula that could answer everything, and the seductive Bainsley and the turbulent Bob barge into his controlled universe, Leth's existence is set to irrevocably change. Harry Knowles of Ain't It Cool News called the film "a perfect complete masterpiece ... Terry Gilliam's greatest work since "Brazil"."
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