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100 Star Starred
Balboa Theatre
Located at E. Street 868 Fourth Avenue San Diego, CA 92101
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22 events
18 reviews
83 stars
Find street parking north of Broadway and a few blocks west. We're always able to find parking around 5th West and C. Street parking is free after 6pm. (arrive around 5:45 and pay the quarter to the meter to guarantee a spot.)
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4 events
2 reviews
0 stars
I wore Jeans, polo shirt and sandals.
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"Downtown With David Sedaris"
21 ratings
4.6 average rating
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5 events
4 reviews
9 stars
attended Nov 18 2012

Our seats were dead center, about 25 rows back. Great seats! The people around us clearly weren't as excited about being there as we were (both were on their cel phones texting most of the time which was distracting) so it would be nice if...continued

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27 reviews
9 stars
attended Nov 18 2012

David Sedaris never disappoints- he is effortlessly hilarious and a certifiable lunatic.
The venue, however, was terrible and we vowed never to return to the Balboa theater- not even for David Sedaris.The acoustics up in the nosebleed section...

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23 events
16 reviews
6 stars
attended Nov 18 2012

What a wordsmith! Loved how he put ideas together, his timing was awesome + voice inflection = perfection.

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ArtPower! at UC San Diego builds creative experiences in music, dance, film, exhibition and food for our collective pleasure and inspiration. We engage diverse audiences through vibrant, challenging, multi-disciplinary performances by emerging and renowned international artists. Through extensive partnerships, ArtPower! provides exciting opportunities for research, participation, and creation of new work, igniting powerful dialogue between artists, students, scholars and the community.