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Plummer Auditorium
201 E. Chapman Ave. Fullerton, CA 92832
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4.6 / 5 Rated by 18 members
Review from C.J. Bauer
58 events 2 reviews

This is a WONDERFUL production! The three leads, Larry Raben, David Engel, and Stan Chandler won Ovation Awards last year as best ensemble for this show. They have worked together for years as the original Plaids in "Forever Plaid," for which...continued

reviewed Jul 10 2009 report as inappropriate
Review from Carlotta M.
Red Velvet 36 events 17 reviews

Fast paced, great music and energy. Outstanding performances. Our seats were in the fifth row and both my 17 year old granddaughter and I enjoyed the show. I look forward to seeing it again when it moves to the Welk Resort in September. ...continued

reviewed Jul 23 2009 report as inappropriate
Review from Mary Anne
Red Velvet 33 events 11 reviews

The Andrews Brothers made for quite an enjoyable evening of pure entertainment. The cast of four was excellent - singing, dancing, verbal AND physical comedy! The seats couldn't be better and the theatre is a beautiful, historical venue. The...continued

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A new musical, “The Andrews Brothers”, comes to Fullerton’s Plummer Auditorium.

When a certain famous trio fails to show up to entertain the troops in 1943 South Pacific, three soldiers give the performance of their lives. Mistaken identies, madcap comedy and what is considered among the greatest music of the 1940’s fill this hilarious show. “Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy”, “Slow Boat to China”, “Shoo Shoo Baby”, and “Don’t Sit Under the Apple Tree”, are just a few of the favorities in a show considered to be a “Valentine to the heroes of World War II”. This is a new musical that premiered in Long Beach last year and played to sold out houses. It will star three of the original “Forever Plaids”, David Engel, Larry Rubin and Stan Chandler, plus Broadway star Bets Malone.

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