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The Grove Theatre
276 E. 9th Street Upland, CA 91786
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6 events
4 reviews
0 stars
Popcorn and drinks $2 each or popcorn with souvenir bag for $4.
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3 events
1 review
1 stars
The weather was sunny-hot. I wore jeans, flats and a cotton shirt .
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"Let's Talk Church -- At Christmas"
6 ratings
2.5 average rating
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3 events
3 reviews
8 stars
attended Dec 17 2010

The event started a half hour late. The play was not structured and seemed to be all about the two main characters bragging about how they have arrived. You couldn't tell what was supposed to be the play or their real lives. The concept was...continued

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17 events
5 reviews
11 stars
attended Dec 17 2010

It was confusing at time and the end was terrible!

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4 events
2 reviews
8 stars
attended Dec 17 2010

I enjoyed it except the finale. The characters were funny and entertaining. I laughted a lot. The live musicians were great. The singing was good; a lot of strong voices. I liked everything except the finale. It went from live musicians and...continued

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Previously featured at the West Angeles Performing Arts Theatre and The Grove Theatre in Los Angeles, Let’s Talk Church focuses on the problems and issues that take place in the church. The setting takes place in a Hollywood studio as a “live” taping. Yes, Oprah has gone off the air, and Mary “Liz” Paige is the new diva of talk shows. She cleans, sings, directs, and acts. After the opening monologue, various guests are interviewed, including Dr. O. Phila (Physiologist), Deacon Delicious, Ms. Schizo, Rejocekia (played by 1st Lady Elizabeth Rhone), The Lark Sisters (played by the McGuire sisters – they think they can sing, but can’t), and the CEO of The New Church Channels (has spiritual turret syndrome).

The final scene features the cast singing a medley of Christmas Carols.