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8 Star Starred
High Street Arts Center
45 East High Street Moorpark, CA 93021
805-529-8700
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Every seat is a good seat.
Jekyll & Hyde -- The Musical info Jun 20 2011 star this tip starred
Goldstar Member
Able to bring food in theater with bench to rest good..food affordable
Jekyll & Hyde -- The Musical info Jun 07 2011 star this tip starred
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acrew Red Velvet
39 events
8 reviews
5 stars
attended Nov 07 2013

South Pacific itself is a fun classic. That being said, this performance could have used a little help. They started late, only to let us sit in the dark for a very long instrumental opening. Did I mention we were in the dark? The sound system or...continued

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9 reviews
0 stars
attended Nov 08 2013

We were very pleasantly surprised. The actors were all enthusiastic, and all had wonderful singing voices. The 2 leads were superb. Theater was updated and pleasant. An overall great experience, which we will repeat again.

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http://www.highstreetartscenter.com

About the Ticket Supplier: High Street Arts Center

The High Street Arts Center has had a long and rich history as a source of culture and entertainment for the residents of Moorpark. In its early incarnation, the El Rancho, located at 45 East High Street in Moorpark, California, was built in 1927 to replace an old wooden structure that housed a silent movie theater. Currently, the city has great plans for the redevelopment of High Street, and sees the institution of a Cultural Arts Center as an important step in that goal. As residents and visitors discover the jewel of the High Street Arts Center, they also discover the wonderful restaurants and shops that reside along High Street as well. As that happens we know that people will think of High Street as the heart of Moorpark, with its (pepper tree) roots still firmly planted in its rich past, and its face shining brightly with the glow of the future.