69 Don Bluth Front Row Theatre Tips
- Casual 11
- Festive 1
- Dine before you go 4
- Food and drinks for purchase 1
Salt & Lime, get the nachos!!!
The 1940’s Radio Hour
theater holds 75 people around three sides of the stage. At a few points I had to pull my feet back as the actors walked or ran by.
Several good eating places in the center. Nothing real fancy. Wonderful Indian food, Beer and ........, and a few chains.
I wore Jeans, polo and tevas. Some people came very fancy and others were more low key.
The weather was balmy. I wore comfortable shoes, slacks and a long sleeve shirt..
Scottsdale Brewing Company which is located in the same shopping area has great food and beer.
The parking was easy and very convenient. Dress and environment was casual and friendly. Love the experience.
If you go to Chili's and show them your ticket, they will give a percentage of your bill to the theater.
Chili's is just across the parking lot, if you want to have a meal before going to the theater.
My Man Godfrey
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.
Went to the Indian Mint Restaurant very close to Don Bluth. Food was average but the service was abysmal.......TERIBLE!
Last of the Red Hot Lovers
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.
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.