Venue Details

11 Star Starred
Patio Playhouse
Corner of Grand Ave and Kalmia St in Escondido 201 E Grand Avenue Escondido, CA 92025
760-746-6669
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Love to Fish!
The venue at The Patio Playhouse is casual but for myself being from the big city, I believe that when going to the theater to see professional artists, a more dressed up and neat attire rather than shorts/jeans is more respectful.
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Love to Fish!
The weather was comfortably cool evening. I wore a long casual skirt, dressy top w/jacket.
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4.8 average rating
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17 events
11 reviews
5 stars
attended Jun 07 2013

The show was well produced and excellently acted. I usually don't laugh out loud, but I did with this one. Each actor stayed true to his/her character.

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11 reviews
17 stars
attended Jun 16 2013

This play was excellently performed. The actors were well suited for their roles and the Patio Playhouse is a great place to see community theater. We did a lot of laughing!

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10 reviews
12 stars
attended Jun 07 2013

The performance at the Patio Playhouse was outstanding!! I mean outstanding!! Small stage and cozy setting draws you into an up close and personal with the actors where you can truly see just how talented they are. The entire staff was warm and...continued

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Website

http://www.patioplayhouse.com/wp/

Description

By Neil Simon

Directed by Geoffrey A. Cox

Produced by Connie Boyd and Grant Gelvin

There is a recurring Friday night event near the theater during this show run, so please allow extra time to find street parking.

About the Ticket Supplier: Patio Playhouse

Patio Playhouse was incorporated in November of 1967 to establish a theatre group for theatrical arts education and presentation. For over four decades, we've been building a community of playgoers and participants by providing affordable, quality entertainment and opportunities for people to take part in the production of award-winning shows.

We provide a venue where people from school age to seniors can participate in live drama, learn new skills, and enrich the quality of life in the community. Our Youtheatre introduces live theatre to school children by providing school performances.

We want to keep participation affordable and open to all in the community so, unlike some other theatres, we don't require audition or performance fees.

We have no salaried employees. All aspects of productions and theatrical management are performed by volunteers.

We're a federally chartered non-profit corporation supported solely by tax-deductible donations, membership dues and box office receipts.

Memberships at a variety of levels are available and form a big part of our support. By becoming a member, your tax-deductible donation helps promote good theatre experiences for playgoers and performers alike.