Zoinks! It's Scooby-Doo Live! Musical Mysteries at Dolby Theatre
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The last date listed for Scooby-Doo Live! Musical Mysteries was Sunday May 12, 2013 / 6:30pm.
Most Popular Family Event Nearby:
- Full Price:
- $33.00 - $62.00
- Our Price:
- $24.00 - $34.00
Spend a fun-packed family day enjoying the 160-acre Knott's Berry Farm, America's first theme park and still one of its most popular -- now celebrating the 30th anniversary of Camp Snoopy, where you can meet the world-famous beagle and all his Peanuts friends. And that's not the half of it -- there are five themed areas to explore, with dozens of thrill rides, family attractions, shows and more. Visit Ghost Town, ride the head-over-heels Boomerang, board the train on Calico Railroad, get wet at Bigfoot Rapids, enjoy a bird's-eye view of the park in a Surfside Glider, or take in some live entertainment. Once you've built up an appetite, feast on the park's famous chicken dinner and boysenberry pie. In fact, that's how this world-famous attraction got its start -- as the Knott family roadside berry stand and restaurant. There's seasonal entertainment as well, with Knott's Berry Bloom welcoming spring with egg hunts, special performances, food, wine and more. Learn More
Reviews & Ratings
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The cast was great, and the music, story, and concept fit into the Scooby Doo genre. However, the price was only acceptable via Goldstar. I think that I would have been pretty annoyed had I paid the full price. The show probably would have been better priced if it was booked into a less pretentious theatre. This was a fine show for kids! Mine was older and had a great time, but my friend's child was scared of the ghost, so that might be an issue with some younger ones.
As to the newly christened Dolby Theatre, I will only pick and choose events that I really want to go to there from now on, as I found a lot of the staff to be exceedingly rude and overbearing.
Yes, this happened.
A burly security guard dressed in intimidating black suit as he swooped in after seeing a mom taking a picture of her two kids IN THEIR SEATS, FACING AWAY FROM THE STAGE BEFORE THE SHOW BEGAN: "If you don't put that camera away and delete that picture, I will personally throw all of you out, and laugh all the way down the isle while I do it."
Are you kidding me??? I get if the show is compromised by people taking pictures of the set, or during the performance, or stupid people taking flash photos, but a pic of the kids? And that kind of a reaction at a Scooby Doo show? The burly security guards were roaming everywhere as if the half-sold audience of kids and their parents were planning some nefarious undertaking. Made me feel not secure but very uncomfortable, IMHO.