Venue Details

50 Star Starred
Whittier Center Theatre
7630 S. Washington Ave. Whittier, CA 90602
562-696-0600
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78 events
68 reviews
196 stars
A couple of blocks away, we found a nice oyster bar/restaurant - Portsmouth. Recommended.
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5 events
2 reviews
8 stars
Parking is free You can park in the lot or on the street
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"Dearly Beloved"
10 ratings
3.7 average rating
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2 events
1 review
3 stars
attended May 29 2009

The play was cute and had some funny scenes. We went to the first performance and there were a few problems (some of the actors forgetting their lines, for example). But, over all, it was a fun evening.

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84 reviews
9 stars
attended Jun 06 2009

We thoroughly enjoyed this play! LOved the down-south humor throughout & ALL of the actors had their moments to "shine", especially the 3 sisters!
Only 1 drawback we noticed, especially given the large number of "seniors" in attendance & size...continued

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2 reviews
13 stars
attended May 30 2009

This play was very entertaining and funny! The opening of the play in the flower shop grabbed the audience's attetnion. Great timing and delivery and VERY funny and well done by Geneva Musgrave!! The energy from HoneyRae kept the play moving and...continued

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Description

By Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope and Jaime Wooten 

Directed by Roxie Lee

Produced by Monica Francis 

Beth Henley meets Del Shores in the little town of Fayro, Texas, on a hot, dusty wedding day — and while the road to love does not always run smooth, the road to this wedding is going to be one wild ride! You are cordially invited to join Frankie, Twink, and Honey Rae Futrell and all the town’s denizens, for the antebellum/potluck wedding of the decade. So come on down or an evening you won’t soon forget, ya hear?