Cats

July 24 - August 2, 2009

Our 2009 summer sensation, ran 18 years on Broadway, record setting 21 years in London, won 7 Tony Awards, and is the longest running tour in American theatre history. CATS tells a story of the annual ritual of the Jellicle cats.

Recommended for all audiences.

42nd Street

March 27 - April 5, 2009

Directed by original Broadway cast member Jon Engstrom, Cabrillo Music Theatre’s production of 42nd STREET is the spectacle of all spectacles. 42nd STREET is the ultimate glitz and glamour celebration of Broadway. This show captivates audiences time and time again with toe-tapping hits including You’re Getting To Be A Habit With Me, We’re In The Money, Lullaby of Broadway, Shuffle Off to Buffalo, and Forty-Second Street.

Breaking Up Is Hard To Do

January 9-18, 2009

Featuring the hit songs of legendary musician Neil Sedaka, Cabrillo presents this West Coast premiere of BREAKING UP IS HARD TO DO. This high energy musical begins on Labor Day weekend in 1960, when two friends from Brooklyn seek romance and good times at a Catskills resort. Its presentation includes Sedaka favorites including Happy Birthday Sweet Sixteen, Calendar Girl, Where The Boys Are, Stairway To Heaven, Oh Carol!, and Breaking Up Is Hard To Do.

The King and I

October 17 - 26, 2008

Audiences will be mesmerized with this Rodgers and Hammerstein beloved tale. Watch as the barbaric King and the lovely Anna transcend and ultimately integrate diverse cultures in this fascinating tale set in the stunningly gorgeous Siam. The dazzling score features musical classics such as Shall We Dance, Getting To Know You, I Whistle A Happy Tune, and Hello, Young Lovers. Cabrillo Music Theatre’s production of this beautiful tale features a special appearance by members of the Pacific Festival Ballet in the famed, “The Small House of Uncle Thomas”.