54 Don Bluth Front Row Theatre Tips
- Casual 10
- Festive 1
- Dine before you go 2
This intimate theater experience is not to be missed. Seats line the stage and are assigned by the box office. A friendly usher will escort you to yours. There is a ten minute intermission during which peppermint patties are offered to the audience and snacks are available for purchase. There are several restaurants and cafes nearby. This storefront venue is tucked way up in the northeast corner of the plaza. Just when you think you're not going to find it, it appears. Parking is plentiful and close.
When trying to locate building, don't look for a separate theater style building, look for a store front at the very back of shopping center, N.E. end.
The weather was calm and about 80. I wore may need a sweater..
Went to the Indian Mint Restaurant very close to Don Bluth. Food was average but the service was abysmal.......TERIBLE!
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There is a Chili's across the parking lot.
If you haven't been here before you may want to arrive a little early so you can find the theater. It is tucked in the back of a shopping center and can be difficult to locate. Parking is not a problem.
We ate at Stone and Ivy at 94th and Shea. Very close and convenient to the theater and excellent food.
I wore shorts and polo shirt..
The weather was warm evening. I wore pants and a shirt...found that the theatre was a bit warm. Others were dressed from anything from short pants to a business suit..
The weather was chilly but nice.
There are are quite a few dining experiances in the center where the Theater is. We ate at an awesome Indian Restraunt in the center.
Very intimate venue. Every seat is excellent.
The weather was sunny but cool.. I wore slacks, sweater and a jacket..
The weather was a little chilly, but inside was comfortable. . I wore jeans and a sweater. It was a daytime show, so maybe a little less dressy. Could dress a little more if it was a date night. .
It's a Wonderful Life!
The weather was night time and inside.. I wore dress slacks, Christmas sweater and scarf..
There is a Mimi's, Portillo's and a Red Robin nearby.
The theater is in the back of a strip mall, so leave a little time so you can find it. It's on the west side of the 101, in the back on the freeway side.
The weather was warm. I wore casual dress, maybe bring a sweater.
I wore casual pants & a knit top; some were dressier, others in jeans. I might suggest a sweater or wrap, as some attendees (myself included) were a bit cool - HOWEVER, others were lightly fanning themselves at times, so it may depend on seat location & personal preference/comfort. .
The show just was not what we had expected it to be. It was very, very local.