Campbell's Solo, Thousandth Night, Gets 7 More Nights In San Diego, To Feb. 20

News   Campbell's Solo, Thousandth Night, Gets 7 More Nights In San Diego, To Feb. 20
 
Ron Campbell's one man show The Thousandth Night, has been extended a week in its San Diego premiere, to Feb. 20. The show, which opened Jan. 9 at North Coast Repertory Theatre, was initially scheduled to run to Feb. 14.

Ron Campbell's one man show The Thousandth Night, has been extended a week in its San Diego premiere, to Feb. 20. The show, which opened Jan. 9 at North Coast Repertory Theatre, was initially scheduled to run to Feb. 14.

Written by Carol Wolf, The Thousandth Night tells a thousand tales as a prisoner struggles to survive in 1943's Occupied France by entertaining a group of French gendarmes with Scheherazade's Arabian Nights acted out for their amusement.

Jessica Kubzansky directs with set design by Marty Burnett and lighting design by Scott Sizeman.

Tickets ($18-$16) can be reserved by calling (619) 481-1055 or toll-free at 1-888-776-NCRT. North Coast Rep is located on Lomas Santa Fe Drive in Lomas Santa Fe Plaza, Solana Beach.

Next up: Neil Simon's Come Blow Your Horn, opening Feb. 27. -- By Christine Ehren

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