SONGS FOR THE DUMPED Concert for the Comically Uncoupled

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January 27, 2020 By Laguna Beach Vibe

LAGUNA BEACH, Calif. – January 25, 2020 – Who among us has not experienced a breakup as either the “dumper” or the “dumpee?” In a unique kind of Valentine concert, No Square Theatre takes a look at the funny side of What Happens when love goes wrong. Bring your baggage, your broken heart, or your BFF, and laugh along with the all-star cast: Bree Burgess Rosen, Eric T. Anderson, Macy Buckley, Annika Carlson, Eloise Coopersmith, Delaney Flanagan, Susan Geiser, Malin Glade, Kelly Goldstein, Gary Greene, Rob Harryman, Emma Hutchinson, Sara Loya, Zack Mallgrave, Marc Marger, Kristen Matson, Claire Day McClung, Jay Rechter, Steven Reiner, Danny Rios, Roxanna Ward, and Ella Wyatt.

SONGS FOR THE DUMPED is directed by Bree Burgess Rosen, with music direction by Roxanna Ward, and with special thanks to Waste Management for the stage set. Songs will include many colorful surprises, along with a few old favorites. It is an adult show because, well, you might want to keep this from the kids. Tickets are $25 and $35.


Humor and music are both therapeutic, and SONGS FOR THE DUMPED is good for you. If you’re that rare person who’s never dumped or been dumped, congratulations. Just imagine how superior this concert will make you feel!


WHAT: All performances will be at :
NO SQUARE THEATRE
384 Legion Street, Laguna Beach CA 92651
NoSquare.org
WHEN: Friday, February 14 at 7:30 PM and Saturday, February 15 at 7:30 PM
TICKETS: $25 and $35, Adults only
WHERE: No Square Theatre is in Historic Legion Hall, 384 Legion Street, two blocks south of the High School. The High School has ample free parking. Seating is extremely limited and the theatre has enjoyed a long run of sold-out events, so tickets must be purchased in advance. The will be no late seating, so come early!

For additional information on events, auditions, classes, and to purchase tickets, please visit nosquare.org.

Sponsored by The City of Laguna Beach, Lodging Establishments and City of Laguna Beach, Yvonne and John Browning, Patrick Quilter, Dorene and Lee Butler Family Foundation, FOA Foundation, and Laguna Board of Realtors Charitable Assistance Fund.


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