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57 Star Starred
Gallery Theatre
3152 E. La Palma Anaheim, CA 92807
714-630-9870
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Bring money if you'd like a refreshment. Light fare was provided for donations before the performance and during intermission. Snack: bite-sized pastries. Beverages provided: bottled water, fresh-brewed coffee, hot water for tea and cocoa.
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Seating is spacious. Tables provided. Theater temperature was cool; bring a light sweater.
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4.7 average rating
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Sue
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8 reviews
13 stars
attended Apr 22 2010

The first thing I said when I walked into this well-loved theatre was, "Wow!" The set is beyond amazing in this production. Every square inch of stage was transformed into a mountain top and cabin (Stony Lonesome). The detail is stellar and is...continued

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143 reviews
89 stars
attended May 09 2010

This play was outstanding. The acting, especially of Annie and Hector, was brilliant. The accents, perfect. The story was very moving and as many have already stated, the mountain cabin set filled half the room. It really made you feel like you...continued

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26 reviews
62 stars
attended May 08 2010

The Gallery Theatre's "Foxfire" takes you to the beautiful Blueridge Mountains of Northern Georgia.

Judy Jones and Robert Kokol steal the show as Annie and Hector Nations. They play a loving couple who portray the tough farm life and values...continued

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http://www.thegallerytheatre.com

Description

Cronyn and Cooper, both extremely successful artists in their own right, came together in 1980 to create Foxfire. Their first collaboration was intended to create a vehicle for Cronyn and then-wife Jessica Tandy to act together. The main source for this play came from The Foxfire Books, a compilation of magazine articles written by Georgian high school students in the 1960s about their grandparents’ homesteading generation in the Appalachian Mountains.

_Foxfire _was the starting point of a long friendship and playwrighting partnership for Cronyn and Cooper that, after Tandy died, eventually resulted in marriage for the pair.