Don Gregory Shares Stories at Home in Coronado
The Coronado Cultural Arts Commission will be presenting “An Evening with Don Gregory” on Friday, May 10th at 7 p.m. and if you have a home in Coronado, you’re invited to attend. The discussion will be held in the Winn Room of the Coronado Public Library at 650 Orange Avenue, in Coronado, and attendance is free, although seating is first come, first seated.
UT San Diego Arts Writer and Theatre Critic James Hebert, a well-known figure to anyone living in Coronado, will interview Don Gregory, the successful Broadway and Hollywood producer who calls Coronado home. Mr. Gregory will have lots of stories to share with Mr. Hebert and the audience, as he has been working in film and theatre for over forty years. You may have seen his most recent production, “Harvey,” a classic comedy about a man who sees a giant rabbit invisible to everyone else and stars Jim Parsons, best known as Sheldon on The Big Bang Theory.
The evening promises to be unforgettable, with two pros swapping tales and laughter, so tell your friends to take a night away from their home in Coronado and join you. Film and theatre lovers living in Coronado won’t want to miss it! Mark your calendar and come early, as seating is limited.