Lamb’s Sets Final ‘Million Dollar Quartet’ Expansion for September 18

Photo by Ken Jacques

“Starting in January, we saw 2022 as another ‘Covid year’ and planned it to be flexible,” said production art director Robert Smyth LAMB. “It allowed us to make this great show go far beyond what we thought was possible. We were blessed with an extremely talented cast and the audience thought it was the perfect theatrical experience yet.

Thousands of spectators have seen the show several times.

JOHNNY CASH, ELVIS PRESLEY,
CARL PERKINS & JERRY LEE LEWIS

MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET will end with the same cast it started with on April 2 –

Brett Benowitz as Carl Perkins
Michael Louis Cusimano as Elvis Presley,
Charles Evans, Jr as Johnny Cash,
Katie Sapper as Dyanne,
Lance Arthur Smith as Sam Phillips
Ben Van Diepen as Jerry Lee Lewis
with Mackenzie Leighton on bass and Brian Dall on drums.

by Colin Escot & Floyd Mutrux
directed by Kerry Meads
musical direction by Patrick Marion
choreography by Colleen Kollar Smith

Tickets range from $24 to $92, depending on the seating section and day of the week. Performances, Wed, Thu, Fri and Sat 7 p.m. / Sat and Sun mornings 2 p.m.

Discounts are available for seniors (66+) and veterans.

Half-price tickets are available for youth (ages 5-17), young adults (ages 18-34), and active duty military.

LAMB’S has presented a calendar-year season throughout the year, since opening its first resident stage in 1978, an intimate, round-the-clock theater in National City. The company spent 17 seasons there, steadily building a growing following throughout the county. LAMB’S became the area’s third-largest theater company (after the Old Globe and the La Jolla Playhouse) after its resident theater moved to Coronado in 1994.

Robert Smyth, joined Lamb’s Players in 1976 to start the group’s resident theater work, and became the organization’s Production Artistic Director in 1985.

More information and tickets are available online at www.lambsplayers.org or through the LAMB’S box office – 619.437.6000 (Tuesday through Saturday, 12 p.m. to 7 p.m.)

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