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ROSARITO: LOVE, LOSS AND WHAT I WORE - Only 3 performances left!

LOVE, LOSS AND WHAT I WORE   A review by Tony Bolger

 Rave reviews for RTG's latest show and its new location! Ticket information here....

"The Rosarito Theatre Guild has found a NEW home. And what a hidden treasure. Just south of Elektra on Benito Juarez Boulevard in Rosarito stands the old Cinema which is now fronted by a Comex center. Just follow the Yellow Brick Road from the sidewalk back to the side entrance. ....The spacious, renovated venue has a twenty-five foot ceiling and wall warmed by red fabric.The seventy seats are theatre-style and comfortable.

Love, Loss And What I Wore by Nora and Delia Ephron is an entertaining monologue-athon which emphasizes it's not clothes that make the women. It's the clothes that make the women talk....

The play is a funny spot check of a woman's wardrobe as an indicator of her moral, psychological and emotional condition.....

This is legit(imate) "chick" theatre, but also an enjoyable light and laughable time for the gents.  During the after-show conversation, Sylvia Drombrosky mentioned how the cast got a kick out of the lines that drew the male laughter.

The rotating cast of five: Amy Chankin, Sylvia Dombrosky, Bev Gammon, Ana Merino, and Susan Shea all gave balanced, in sync and convincing performances in this on-going flow of memories prompted by what they wore. ...

As directed by Gary Craig, the lady performers strike their comic marks with precision and clarity. .... The gamut of life's issues are thrust before our eyes: life, death, marriage, divorce (and remarriage, etc.), sickness, unrequited love, rejection, hate, fear and remorse... and tender loyalty and patient endurance. From cowboy boots to the perfect shirt, underneath the material layers hide unhappiness and unfulfilled hopes and dreams..." (read the full review)

to meet the ladies of
December 2, 3, 9, &10 at 7 p.m.
& December 4 and 11 at 2 p.m
~ At our new location ~

#76 Benito Juarez Boulevard, Rosarito
In the CINES/Comex building
(1 block south of Elektra)
Reservations via PayPal at our website
Or call 664 609-3451 or email

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