Venue Details

317 Star Starred
Maverick Theater
110 E. Walnut Ave. Fullerton, CA 92832
714-526-7070
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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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28 reviews
8 stars
Not too far from the Maverick is Cha Cha's...you can make reservations! Yummy food and great margaritas served on a shaded patio area :-)
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"God of Carnage"
31 ratings
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34 reviews
2 stars
attended Jan 26 2013

We have never been disappointed by the Maverick.

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408 reviews
581 stars
attended Jan 25 2013

I enjoed the fantastic acting and engaging story, but unfortunately the script they were dealt just ended flat at end of the 90 minute one-act play.

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103 reviews
31 stars
attended Jan 26 2013

The Maverick always does such a great job! The subject was a little intense and serious, which made the comedic parts so welcome!! Excellent job by all actors!

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Website

http://mavericktheater.com

Description

Written by Yasmina Reza, translation by Christopher Hampton

Directed by Brian Newell

Winner! Tony® Award for Best Play

A savagely caustic comedy. A playground altercation between eleven-year-old boys brings together two sets of Brooklyn parents for a meeting to resolve the matter. At first, diplomatic niceties are observed, but as the evening progresses and the rum flows, it quickly deteriorates into a finger-pointing, fur-flying, hilarious brawl, leaving the couples with more than just their liberal principles in tatters.

Starring: Brian Kojac, Laura Kojac, Andrea Dennison-Laufer and David Herblin

Please note: This production contains strong language.