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200 Star Starred
400 E. Commonwealth Ave Fullerton, CA 92832
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2 events
2 reviews
0 stars
The weather was Cold. I wore Casual Clothing..
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88 events
28 reviews
3 stars
Our favorite restaurant in Downtown Fullerton is Rutabagorz on Pomona north of Amerige. So many choices on the menu you could probably go a couple of years and never order the same thing. Reasonably priced with a casual atmosphere.
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Reviews & Ratings

"The Balcony"
33 ratings
2.5 average rating
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52 events
45 reviews
1 stars
attended Jan 13 2013

I didn't know what to expect but I was very surprised how much I like it! It was a long play but didn't feel like a long play. Good acting and great set. Several of the characters were the best, especially the Madame Irma! This is worth the...continued

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12 events
8 reviews
5 stars
attended Jan 12 2013

I thought this was the most terrible play I had ever gone to. Each actor did a marvelous job, however the content was terrible. We gave it till the 2nd act hoping it would get better, ended up walking out

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18 events
3 reviews
19 stars
attended Jan 26 2013

I saw no purpose to this show other than a venue for being undressed. What was the story line? We left b/4 the end.
The people at the venue, Stages, were very nice and welcoming.

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This show contains nudity and sexual situations.

About the Ticket Supplier: STAGEStheatre

STAGEStheatre is an entity that is constantly evolving in order to provide actors, directors, writers, designers, and artists with a creative environment that offers an eclectic and challenging variety of theatrical opportunities at all "stages" of the process. STAGEStheatre presents every form of theatrical literature, from the classics to world premieres. STAGEStheatre endeavors to merge each literary work with the highest production values and the most passionate performances possible.