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Irvine Barclay Theatre
4242 Campus Drive Irvine, CA 92612
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2 reviews
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Lots of food choices right across the street. Try the Veggie Grill!
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The whole thing is only an hour so park across the street and not in the parking structure, where you have to pay $10..
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"Fever of Love"
4 ratings
4.8 average rating
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1 events
1 review
0 stars
attended Mar 26 2010

A very energetic and expressive performance - very engaging and well-prepared. Venue was perfect for site lines and sound. Nice variety to the program. Choreography and projections added welcome textures and variety. Would have loved to have...continued

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300 events
97 reviews
144 stars
attended Mar 26 2010

Men Alive's "Fever of Love" concert was lively, nicely choreographed, romantic and well performed. I have one complaint: The guest artist, Matt Alber, performed only one song. Given his impressive resume, he could easily have joined in for an a...continued

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38 events
6 reviews
0 stars
attended Mar 26 2010

The show was great, the theater was an excellent venue. This was the choir's 25th show and they keep getting better and better.

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Quotes & Highlights

Visit the Men Alive web site for more information on the group.


Let your passions loose as Men Alive celebrate that most powerful, intoxicating (and dangerous) of all emotions — love. Filled with songs that will make you feel romantic, blissful, and maybe even a little naughty, this seductive and compelling show promises to leave you breathless.

Fever of Love will look at love through the eyes of classic composers Cole Porter and Jerry Herman as well as current chart-toppers Alicia Keys and Lady Gaga. Selections from Broadway and movie musicals ranging from classics West Side Story and Kismet to recent favorites Enchanted and Nine will keep you entranced as only Men Alive can!

Guest Artist Matt Alber will also join the stage, adding his impeccable vocal range and style! Following a five year tenure with the San Francisco-based classical ensemble, Chanticleer, winning two Grammy® Awards, Matt turned his attention to contemporary projects and will perform his hit song “End of the World” to round out this roller coaster concert of love, loss, passion and hope.