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Making its world-premiere at The Memminger Auditorium, Jill Eathorne Bahr’s new work is set to swash your buckle with a grand cinematic take on the legendary Spanish-American hero.
The Memminger Auditorium will be transformed into the world of 1870's Southern California with an epic spanish cityscape using the full floor and surrounding area of the vast spaces of the auditorium. Normal seating is even being adapted in the theatre to give the audience an unforgettable sensory experience of this one of a kind dance performance. Filled with whip cracking action, swashbuckling adventure and a sweeping romance with the beautiful Luisa, the unassuming Don Diego becomes the masked marauder in this daring, edge-of-your-seat joy ride set to take the city of Charleston by storm.
Audience members can be a part of the action as well with our exclusive Tavern Seating ticket option. For a special ticket rate of $75 per person, patrons will be seated at lavishly decorated banquet style tables on the stage of the Zorro set while they enjoy bottomless glasses of sangria and nosh on sumptuous Spanish-themed tapas. Tavern guests will be swept up into the world of the masked marauder with a 360 degree view of the action! Guests are highly recommended to come in their best spanish regalia, and CBT will provide some extra accessories.
Tavern Seating is very limited so reserve your space now! Call (843) 723-7334 today.
Premium House Seats: $45
Regular House Seats: $40
Balcony Seating: $35
Students $10 off all tickets except Tavern Seating
The opening night of the play is today, Friday, March 19th. Performances will follow on both the 20th at 8 p.m. and the 21st at 3 p.m.