The Laguna Playhouse is pleased to offer “Private Lives,” on their Mainstage through April 10th. If you live in Laguna Beach and are looking for some good entertainment, stop by the Laguna Playhouse. This play, written by Noel Coward and directed by Andrew Barnicle, is a story of dueling lovers. You can enjoy the love, laughter, anger, and modern romance in this fun filled show, without having to drive far from your Laguna Beach home. Tickets can be purchased online, by phone, or in person. The Laguna Playhouse is located at 606 Laguna Canyon Road and more information can be found at their website here.

The Laguna Playhouse began in 1920, when a group of dramatists decided to launch a community theatre in a living room. By 1924, The Playhouse was built and in 1969 the Moulton Theatre was constructed. Expansion and remodeling efforts have further expanded the theater and their outreach. Sharing a love for the theater with audiences (over 100,000 attendees per year) and students has been a goal of the Laguna Playhouse from the very beginning.