Culminating 25 years of live theater on the San Mateo County coast, the Moroccan Night Gala Celebration for featured a command performance of the best and brightest stars from the group’s quarter century of productions.
The very special event took place from 7-11 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 5, at in Princeton Harbor.
The evening brought together a collaboration of talent, food and décor. Included on the bill were members of the Bodacious Bobcats band that wowed theatre patrons in last season’s hit musical “Always, Patsy Cline,” joined by perennial fan favorites Courtney Hatcher and Patti Appel, plus classical stars Amy Cowan and her opera-star husband Brian Thorsett, along with surprise guests.
After the belly-dancers and special musical performances, guests danced in the magical Moroccan night atmosphere created within and without the outdoor harbor-side tent, while enjoying culinary delights from both and Oceano’s celebrated chefs.
Kristi Will, local home designer, was the mastermind behind the evening’s festivities.
“Our creative juices are literally on fire in transforming this wonderful space to take you back in time, transporting us all to an enchanting celebration worthy of the theatre’s remarkable milestone," said Will.
Tickets for Coastal Rep’s Moroccan Night 25th Anniversary Gala Celebration were $75 per person and supported the theatre’s ongoing efforts to entertain and enlighten the Coastside and Bay Area communities.