200 Olinder Theatre Tips
- Casual 5
- Parking is a breeze 3
- Parking is free 1
The weather was great. I wore anything can be worn. slacks!.
Ate afterwards at Fuki Sushi in San Jose. Excellent food, service, prices.
The weather was warm. I wore Dockers, a shirt and light sweater..
CHAIR SEATING IS HARD. I BOUGHT A MEMORY FOAM CUSHION TO SIT ON & WAS STILL UNCOMFORTABLE.
The weather was CHILLY. I wore SCARF, HAT, SLACKS & FLEECE TOP + BROUGHT A FLEECE SHAWL & LIGHTWEIGHT BLANKET BECAUSE VENUE TENDS TO BE CHILLY..
Super Taqueria is just up the street. Soft drinks, coffee, cookies, pretzels, and wine, all of which can be taken into the theatre, are available. Sit back and relax.
The weather was warm. I wore shorts and a T-shirt and was still warm!.
Beer, wine, coffee and soft drinks are available for purchase. Cookies were also available.
I wore a dress. Some people were very casual, others were a little more dressed up. Dress how you want for an evening out!.
The weather was cool that night which lent to the Christmas spirit.. I wore a jacket.
This is a very small theater and the seats are hotel-style ballroom chairs on risers. The padding on the chair seats was virtually nonexistant, at least mine was very uncomfortable. I wadded up my coat and sat on it during Act II. The risers handrails are a bit rickety, so take care if you go to the upper levels.
The weather was chilly. I wore sweater and a coat.
Parking is right outside the theater. Open seating -- doors open a half hour before the show. Arrive early, have a glass of wine (or beer, hot coco, coffee, etc) and see the pre-show (10 minutes before showtime). Pre-show is sing-a-long caroling (lyrics provided).
They serve coffee, cookies and wine at intermission
Every seat is a good seat as it is a small place.
Not only free, but easy and abundant!
Wine, coffee, tea and hot apple cider available as well as cookies for a nominal fee.
Dress comfortably as this is a small and intimate venue.
Wine this year!
A Christmas Carol
A Christmas Carol