Venue Details

51 Star Starred
Olinder Theatre
848 East William Street. San Jose, CA 95116
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84 events
35 reviews
59 stars
The weather was great. I wore anything can be worn. slacks!.
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64 events
25 reviews
33 stars
Ate afterwards at Fuki Sushi in San Jose. Excellent food, service, prices.
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Reviews & Ratings

63 ratings
4.2 average rating
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29 events
12 reviews
16 stars
attended Feb 12 2012

From the minute we entered the small venue theater, we were greeted by the manager who gave us our tickets. We then found 3 seats and due to the small venue, any seat really would have been great.The manager then came in before the start of the...continued

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47 events
6 reviews
2 stars
attended Feb 16 2012

Rapid fire dialogue delivery that keeps you engaged. Great performances! Its short and very enjoyable.
35 min first act.
Intermission (15 mins)
45 min second act.

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9 events
5 reviews
6 stars
attended Feb 09 2012

Absolutely great... Go see it

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