Historic Balboa Theatre

Built in 1924, the historic Balboa Theatre was an elegant vaudeville and movie palace in the heart of downtown San Diego. At the time, it was a state-of-the-art building that included six storefronts along Fourth Avenue, with 34 offices on the floors above. After a 1934 remodeling, the theatre was reopened as El Teatro Balboa, featuring contemporary films from Mexico City and presenting Latin stars to San Diego’s increasingly diverse audience. During World War II, the theatre’s office space was used by the US Navy. This office space was reconfigured by the U.S.

North Park Vaudeville

An intimate theater specializing in new plays, melodramas, improvised theater, acoustic music, and Vaudeville style variety shows.

Our concessions stand features over 100 types of old fashioned candy! We have salt water taffy, candy sticks, root beer barrels, Mary Janes, and old fashioned candy bars.

San Diego Civic Theatre

The 2,967 seat San Diego Civic Theatre is the region’s largest and greatest attended performing arts venue. The Civic Theatre is owned by the City of San Diego and is managed and operated by San Diego Theatres on behalf of the community.

Opened in January 1965, the Civic Theatre has hosted the world’s finest talents in the fields of opera, classical music, dance, comedy, contemporary music, and Broadway.

Starlight Musical Theatre

Located in beautiful Balboa Park, Starlight Musical Theatre has been a unique San Diego tradition for over 60 years. Starlight audiences can enjoy top notch San Diego professionals while sitting under the stars in our unique outdoor amphitheatre. Come see why Starlight has become a beloved presence in our San Diego community; bring the kids, pack a picnic and come make memories that will last a lifetime!

Starlight’s 2010 summer season includes the timely 50's classic Suds: The Rocking 60's Musical, The Pajama Game, and Hello, Dolly! Ticket prices are $10, $25, $35, $45, and $75.