Bugs Bunny at the Symphony with Live Orchestra at Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
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Featured review from Susan F.Red Velvet
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If you missed this one you missed the opportunity to see and hear some of the most fabulous cartoons ever produced! Classic is an overworked word but there is no other way to describe the Chuck Jones animated films. Bugs, Elmer, the Roadrunner, Tweety, etc. kept us in stitches for 2 1/2 hours, and no one used classical music in cartoons the way Chuck Jones did. Thank you Goldstar for what is probably the best event you have ever offered! Seats in the Terrace Section were fine. As I am a member of Red Carpet our seats were almost dead center. Love Red Carpet!
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My husband and I went with our grandsons, age 4 and 6. They loved it. It was such a good combination of culture and cartoons. However, there was a lot of walking and my husband has a heart condition. Next time we'd wait for the golf cart.
In addition to the concert, The Chuck Jones Center for Creativity (CJCC), located in Orange County, is bringing a mobile animation art exhibition, filled with original art revolving around the cartoons in the concert and the original list of pieces by Wagner that Jones considered for his Tunes.
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