1,966 Segerstrom Center for the Arts, Segerstrom Hall Tips
If you can -- dine at Cafe Rouge in the same building (all glass) at the Henry & Renee Segerstrom Music Center (forgot the exact name) across from the Performing Arts Center. The food is excellent, it is wine friendly - no corkage and the people watching is fun.
The show (including intermission) is 3 hours long. Be prepared and well-fed. Concessions fare is limited (other than beverages, chips and cookies)
$7-$10 to park in a lot. Most people park at South Coast Plaza and walk over, even though you're not supposed to. Park at your own risk.
$10 flat rate behind Samueli on Alton
The weather was Hot. I wore black pants and a nice top. My granddaughter wore jeans. I suggest dress comfortable. .
I wore Skirt & husband wore a Reynolds Spooner collared shirt & slacks. .
we had dinner at an italian restaurant off Alton. long and narrow but wine and food were delicious. A little pricey but if you dont mind paying money for good quality food and wine then it shouldnt be a problem.
Hamburg Ballett: Liliom
Or, add your own...We arrived in 3 different cars and enjoyed a lovely dinner at Claim Jumper which is located across the street from the Segerstrom Center. We then traveled in one car to the parking structure for the show.
park at the mall across the street