Coronado Playhouse has a long history of working with the San Diego County community and beyond.
Over the years, we’ve helped many local and national non-profits raise much needed funds, collected books for the Coronado Library, collected food for local food banks and much more.
Community Theatre is made by, with and for the community in which it is performed. Coronado Playhouse is committed to pursuing community theatre in the truest sense of the words by giving back to the people of San Diego County and Coronado and using our public platform to help those in need.
Rachel’s Women’s Center
For Harlem Duet, Coronado Playhouse is partnering with Rachel’s Women’s Center.
Rachel’s Women’s Center provides a safe, supportive, sober environment and opportunities for women with few or no resources to gather, begin, and continue self-help efforts.
Please visit their website to see how to volunteer or donate to this important cause supporting homeless and struggling women, providing them with opportunities to effect changes in their lives.
Harlem Duet Talkback:
The San Diego Black Artist Collective and the Harlem Duet production team discussed race issues and a broad range of topics that relate to the show.
Moderated by the BIPOC Support Foundation.
Coronado Playhouse is a proud member of Theatre Alliance and the San Diego Performing Arts League.
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