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Maverick Theater
110 E. Walnut Ave. Fullerton, CA 92832
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24 events
5 reviews
5 stars
Park next to The Maverick Theatre and walk across the bridge over the train tracks to one of the restaurants near Commonwealth Ave. I suggest Hopscotch, Kentro or El Amerikano. Can't go wrong at any of these spots :)
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46 events
27 reviews
8 stars
Not too far from the Maverick is Cha Cha' can make reservations! Yummy food and great margaritas served on a shaded patio area :-)
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"Giant Green Lizard: The Musical"
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S. Craig Red Velvet
319 events
137 reviews
37 stars
attended Jul 30 2006

Wonderful Venue-SIMPLY AWFUL SHOW!!
Amatuerish in every way. We walked out after 45 minutes (so we gave it a chance). The lyrics are offensive, which I wouldn't have minded, but they were NOT clever either.

While this in no way reflects on...

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23 events
17 reviews
4 stars
attended Aug 05 2006

Had a great time. The satire was over the top and wonderful. I especially liked the two theater concept. Would return to the Maverick at the next opportunity!

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Quotes & Highlights

“The songs are cheerfully loopy! …like you’d find in any Saturday Night Live Skit…”, “Making the biggest splash are the set and special effects.” —Backstage West
“Ingenious…hilarious…a silly, goofball-funny show that both tips its hat to and derides the campy genre of monster movies…” —OC Register


The producer bills this show as “So gigantic in scope, it requires two theaters to stage it! Not since Jerry Springer The Opera has the stage exploded with such mighty fury, such massive spectacle!”  The theater owners say, “If you come expecting a play with substance, you won’t get your money back.”

Music, lyrics and book by Jeremy Gable

Based on the concept by director Brian Newell