365 Things To Do In Costa Mesa – Book of Liz – Day 223

See a Play!

February 27, 2011 is the last day to check out The Book of Liz at the Costa Mesa Civic Playhouse.

Director Mike Brown brings to life this story about the drama filled life of Sister Elizabeth Donderstock. She had a sheltered childhood and a very unusual talent-making amazing cheese balls. Unfortunately Reverend Tollhouse sabotages her and she decides to tackle the world of cheese balls on her own.

This play has gotten great reviews for being hilarious yet sincere and even heartwarming. It just goes to show that good storytelling can be gripping and entertaining even when it’s about balls!

What’s your favorite type of cheese ball?

The talented Norma Jean plays the lead character and the cast is made up of 6 actors who take n multiple roles.  Go see how talented these actors are for yourself-it’s not easy to “be” more than one character so props to the cast for that!

Costa Mesa Playhouse
611 Hamilton Street, Costa Mesa, CA
8pm Friday & Saturday, February 25-26, 2011 and 2pm Sunday, February 27, 2011
Cost: $16-19
Contact: 949-650-5269

Please feel free to suggest ideas and events for the blog to Holly at hollyschwartzoc@gmail.com  and make sure to join the 365 Things To Do In Costa Mesa Facebook page and follow holly on Twitter for additional updates http://www.twitter.com/hollyschwartzoc). Holly works at Torelli Realty.

About hollyschwartzoc

Real estate enthusiast who formerly producered TV shows for HGTV like House Hunters, House Hunters International, and My House is Worth What? Currently provides social media services for Orange County real estate company Torelli Realty and provides home staging and design consultations for clients.
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