September 10th in Seal Beach History

On this date in 1966, the Peppermint Playhouse held its last performance of Julius Caesar.


Today most people remember it as a child care center located at 225 Main Street, but the Peppermint Playhouse provided Seal Beach with local theatrics and dance instruction for years at various locations, including 124 Main Street where Endless Summer now operates, and the current management frowns upon the assassination of Roman emperors.

– Michael Dobkins

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