No Square Theater’s annual production of “Lagunatics” was officially postponed until 2014 and Laguna Playhouse will make substitutions in their season line-up, the two theaters announced separately this week.
Film star Val Kilmer will perform at Laguna Playhouse Nov. 21-24 in a new one-man show based on the life and writings of humorist Mark Twain.
Kilmer’s “Citizen Twain” fills in for “Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks,” which will be moved from its originally scheduled November opening to spring to accommodate star Leslie Caron’s schedule, said a Playhouse statement.
The musical, “A Christmas Memory,” based on a Truman Capote short story is now scheduled for the Playhouse in December. Additionally, “The Year Of Magical Thinking,” will be scheduled for next season, the statement says.
The discovery of mold near the Festival of Arts’ Forum Theater forced a temporary cancellation last week, but the delay jeopardizes the company’s ability to market the production, co-author Bree Burgess Rosen said in a statement.