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Huntington Beach Central Library Theater
at the Central Library Theater 7111 Talbert Ave Huntington Beach, CA 92648
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62 events
39 reviews
10 stars
Lots of free parking that is near by. The theater is downstairs on the north end of the library.
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20 events
7 reviews
7 stars
The weather was Cold. I wore casual clothes.
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"Moonlight and Magnolias"
19 ratings
3.6 average rating
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8 events
3 reviews
0 stars
attended Aug 15 2010

The play was very good with exceptional acting. I would recommend it for a most pleasant and interesting afternoon or evening's entertainment. It is also very refreshing to see a play that one has not seen before. Kudos to the Huntington Beach...continued

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1 review
4 stars
attended Aug 15 2010

The acting was very good. The play itself was a little slow for my taste. There were some good lines, but it was very repetitious. As the actors onstage were tiring and falling asleep, I fought the urge to do the same. It just wasn't my type...continued

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5 reviews
3 stars
attended Aug 15 2010

I did not plan a Sunday matinee to hear a continious shouting between three men.
Besides the theater was horrible cold and after I left before the end of the intermission I saw many people going to their cars to pick up wathever they had to cover...continued

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