Stage Shows

“Godspell” Returns to Lamb’s Players

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godspellStarting July 9, Lamb’s Players Theatre brings one of its favorite signature productions, Stephen Schwartz and John-Michael Tebelak’s Godspell, to downtown’s Horton Grand Theatre. The production run is open-ended, and the company is currently selling tickets through the end of August.

Before he wrote the music and lyrics for Wicked, Working or Pippin, Stephen Schwartz wrote Godspell. Now Lamb’s Players returns to one of its most memorable shows of all time with a new cast and a sensational band, in a stirring production that incorporates Schwartz’s recent musical additions to his now-classic score.

Packed with infectious songs like “Bless the Lord,” “It’s All for the Best,” and the beloved anthem “Day by Day,” Godspell tells the Greatest Story ever told – in a style that blends commedia, vaudeville, even Saturday Night Live-esque shtick – with music that ranges from cabaret to pop to reggae to show-stopping musical theatre.

Joyous, funny, and inspiring, Godspell is a great time at the theatre and perfect for the whole family.

Godspell
Presented by Lamb’s Players Theatre
Opening July 9
Tickets: $26-$48

Horton Grand Theatre, 444 Fourth Ave. (In Downtown San Diego)
Box office: (619) 437-0600
Online: lambsplayers.org

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