Venue Details

444 Star Starred
California Theatre of the Performing Arts
562 W. Fourth Street San Bernardino, CA 92401
909-885-5152
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Irene Navarro
The weather was sunny and warm . I wore a nice long dress and take a sweater it got a bit chilly in there but was perfect..
Zoot Suit Riot dress May 19 2014 star this tip starred
mploesch
I wore jeans and dress shirt.
Rent dress Mar 31 2014 star this tip starred

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attended Feb 14 2009

Typical Joan Rivers. Reminded me of her Johnny Carson days. I received what I expected a great hillarous evening. I wish she went on longer.

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attended Feb 14 2009

Joan Rivers is ridiculously funny. I laughed so hard I had tears in my eyes. My husband and I both really enjoyed the show.

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attended Feb 14 2009

Went to the show on Valentines Day with wife and another couple. We are not prudes, but Joan Rivers was filthy.For a lady who says she is 75 years old, she needs to clean up her act a bit.

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Description

Joan Rivers continues to “Talk” to sold-out audiences across the nation.  The Hollywood Reporter says “Once she gets them laughing, the audience doesn’t know how to stop.” She makes her way to the California Theatre of the Performing Arts in San Bernardino.

 

From her signature question, “Can we talk?” (A federal trademark), to her red-carpet mantra, “Who are you wearing?”, the woman who asks the questions gets the answers America… and the world… wants to hear. Her comedy performances are in a league of their own, and she brings her unique style of stand-up to San Bernardino. 

 While continuing to headline at prestigious concert venues worldwide, Joan is always working on new projects. She recently brought her critically acclaimed Edinburgh Fringe Festival one-woman show, “Broke and Alone,” to London’s Theatre Royal Haymarket.  She received rave reviews and the first standing ovation at the theatre in fourteen years.  Joan then took the show to the State Theatres in Sydney and Melbourne where it received the same enthusiastic critical and audience response. Subsequent performances, including two one-week runs at the Canon Theatre in Los Angeles, have all garnered “hottest ticket in town” status.

In August 2007, Joan launched “The Joan Rivers Theatre Project: a play-in-progress workshop,” which she co-wrote and starred in, for a limited engagement at the Magic Theatre in San Francisco. Six months later the show opened to rave reviews at the Geffen Playhouse in Los Angeles as “Joan Rivers: A Work in Progress by a Life in Progress,” with sold out performances for its entire six week run.