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The Grove Theatre
276 E. 9th Street Upland, CA 91786
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4 reviews
1 stars
Popcorn and drinks $2 each or popcorn with souvenir bag for $4.
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The weather was sunny-hot. I wore jeans, flats and a cotton shirt .
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75 reviews
69 stars
attended Mar 12 2011

This was my first time at The Grove Theatre, but not the last! If you want to relax and see a comedy play for the whole family then this is it! Fun and wacky suprises from beginning to end. The whole cast worked together well. If you need some...continued

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attended Mar 19 2011

I took my husband to see Deathtroupe for his birthday. We are both fans of Fred Willard and find him extremely funny. Unfortunately, he was not the highlighted actor in the play. Instead there were a bunch of amateurish over actors that made...continued

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435 reviews
-62 stars
attended Mar 26 2011

This was funny. The Grove is small but quint.

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Visit Fred Willard’s website.


The Grove Theatre is proud to announce the opening of Deathtroupe, an original play by Mary Willard, author of Moonshine, Occasional Sin,  and Elvis and Juliet.  _Deathtroupe is a comedy with blood-curdling screams, a murderer by the name of The Chopper running loose, grilled cheese sandwiches, Jell-o, and Captain Morgan. Deathtroupe takes place in Cape Ann, Massachusetts at a bed and breakfast, during a blizzard, with dangerous bank robbers on the loose. Deathtroupe stars Fred Willard (_Best in Show, Everybody Loves Raymond, WALL-E_, over 100 appearances on _The Tonight show With Jay Leno), and an all star cast, including Grove favorites Anne-Johnston Brown, Vil Towers and Howard Wilson.