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Travel Through Time

Coronado’s Lamb’s Players Theatre adapts a classic


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Lance Arthur Smith, Kaja Amado Dunn, and Bryan Barbarin in Around the World in 80 Days

Laura Eason’s Around the World in 80 Days, adapted from the Jules Verne classic, has landed on the West Coast (destination: Coronado’s Lamb’s Players Theatre). The adventure begins with Phileas Fogg and his servant, Passepartout (Lance Arthur Smith and Bryan Barbarin, pictured above with Kaja Amado Dunn), as they attempt to beat the clock while circling the globe via 19th-century steamships and trains. (Think TV’s Amazing Race, but with personal fortune at stake.) Director Robert Smyth’s stage version is a funny and entertaining escape—no passport needed. Through November 18.
1142 Orange Avenue, Coronado

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