589 STAGEStheatre Tips
- Casual 8
- Dressy 1
- Parking is free 6
- Park in lot 5
- Parking is a breeze 2
- Dine before you go 3
- Food and drinks for purchase 2
The weather was a pleasant night with a little wind going home.. I wore jeans and a jacket to match..
Everyone seems to pull in and park to the left. Go right to find more spaces.
Concessions is small, don't show up hungry
The weather was Chilly, but not freezing (indoors). I wore Business casual is appropriate for this venue. .
Bring a few dollars cash for the small concession and other merch they have available. $20 would be plenty.
We usually eat before the show at the Black Bear Diner on Harbor Boulevard. But there are a lot of great restaurants on Harbor in downtown Fullerton.
Additional free parking available behind and beside the building, just avoid the spots that are just 15 minutes or dedicated to the liquor store.
So many great places to eat from high end to quick grab and go. AND many places for quick drinks before or after
Down the street is StubRicks who has the best steaks in Fullerton. Stage sells canned drinks and candy bars at the entrance. But if you want to dine and theater, several good restaurants down the street at commonwealth and harbor.
I wore casual./steet clothes. Its an evening of fun, not dress up..
or, add your own...
Raised in Captivity
dress well, you are going to the Theatre after all...parking is a breeze, plenty of it and right by the venue.
Our favorite restaurant in Downtown Fullerton is Rutabagorz on Pomona north of Amerige. So many choices on the menu you could probably go a couple of years and never order the same thing. Reasonably priced with a casual atmosphere.
Heads up that tickets are distributed first-come first-served, even for Red Velvet, so get there early and have a coffee in the lobby while you wait for the doors to open!
The weather was hot. I wore casual wear. Theatre was comfortably cool. Some people put on a sweater..
The 39 Steps
I noticed a few people with beer and wine, when I asked about this service I was told it was brought in from the liquor store next door. At intermission I bought a beer for me and a small bottle of wine for my girlfriend. Very cool of the theater to allow this.