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  • The Machine Art Gallery

    273 South Park Ave. Pomona, CA 91766

  • Magoski Arts Colony

    223 W. Santa Fe Ave. Fullerton, CA 92832
    714-441-1504

    http://www.magoskiartscolony.com

  • Maroni Racing

    1302 Industrial Drive Tustin, CA 92780-6416
    714-258-2309

  • Martinez Frame & Design

    205 N. Broadway Santa Ana, CA 92701-4862
    714-835-5288

  • Masquerade Village Costumes

    36 Mauchly Irvine, CA 92618-2393
    949-753-0052

    http://www.musicaltheatrevillage.net

  • Mass Media Records

    614 E. 4th St. Santa Ana, CA 92701

  • Maverick Theater

    Maverick Theater

    110 E. Walnut Fullerton, CA 92832
    714-526-7070

    http://www.mavericktheater.com Maverick Theater is a stage in Fullerton. Maybe it's the drunken midnight karaoke on Saturdays, or the slinky femmes fatales gyrating to James Bond theme songs, or some fat fuck in a red suit squaring off with green Martians, or Stalag 17or A Few Good Men, or the unashamedly fan's-eye musical homage to Elvis, The King.Or maybe it's all of them. But the Maverick Theater in downtown Fullerton is the most un-theater theater in the county, trafficking in film and multimedia as much as Shakespeare and Neil Simon. Founder Brian Newell has opened up his two spaces?including his 1920s-speakeasy venue?to everyone and everything, from committed thespians and iconic light and set designers (hello, Jim Book!) to standup comedians and even the Fullerton Music Festival in September. If theaters want to remain relevant in an age of iPhones and high-def this and that, more should look at the model Newell and co. are building. More >>

  • Merage Jewish Community Center

    1 Federation Way Irvine, CA 92603
    714-445-4950

    http://www.jccoc.org

  • The Mint Gallery

    1409 N. El Camino Real San Clemente, CA 92672

  • Mission Viejo Dance and Performing Arts Center

    27652 Camino Capistrano Laguna Niguel, CA 92677-1111
    949-367-0099

    http://www.mvdpac.com

  • Monkey Wrench Collective

    Monkey Wrench Collective

    204 N. Harbor Blvd. Fullerton, CA 92832
    714-525-1400

    http://www.monkeywrenchcollective.org The Monkey Wrench Collective is a storefront theater in Fullerton. Their best recent play was a one-person show reenacting the movie version of the 1961 musical West Side Story in a woman's small apartment. But in the highly talented hands, legs and voice of Terri Mowrey, this Monkey Wrench Collective production worked seamlessly. She not only did a stellar job replicating the songs and dance moves of the original, but she also managed to share insights into her struggles as a performer and growing up half-Mexican, half-Anglo in Southern California. It was an entertaining-as-hell 75 minutes—both insightful and moving. Mowrey has displayed her considerable talent on local stages over the years, but this was the first time her full theatrical plumage received the chance to flourish. Oh, and anyone who follows her on Facebook realizes this chick probably sees more killer rock concerts than anyone this side of The Orange County Register's Ben Wener. More >>

  • Moulton Center Studio Theatre

    300 E. Palm Ave. Orange, CA 92866
    714-902-5716

  • Moulton Theater

    606 Laguna Canyon Road Laguna Beach, CA 92651

    http://www.lagunaplayhouse.com/

  • Movieland Wax Museum

    7711 Beach Blvd. Buena Park, CA 90620-1934
    714-522-1154

    http://www.movielandwaxmuseum.com

  • Muckenthaler Cultural Center

    Muckenthaler Cultural Center

    1201 W. Malvern Ave. Fullerton, CA 92833
    714-738-6595

    http://www.themuck.org

  • The Music Center, Dorothy Chandler Pavilion

    The Music Center, Dorothy Chandler Pavilion

    135 N. Grand Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90012
    213-972-7211

    http://www.musiccenter.org Downtown L.A.'s sumptuous Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, home to the Los Angeles Opera, has aged more beautifully than most civic buildings from the 1960s. Its 3,197 seats — many of them good ones — are set in four tiers, and concert-goers reach the upper sections by gliding up enormous curving stairways that seem borrowed from a Golden Era movie. The former site of the Academy Awards, the Dorothy Chandler features a towering lobby with massive, pendant-style crystal chandeliers and upper-story picture windows that offer fine views of downtown. The interior is drenched in gold tones that some say make the dressed-up crowds look even more refined. A number of beautiful, spacious hallways and carpeted interior plazas are used as gathering spots by patrons who mill around with drinks during intermissions or after a performance — room-like spaces that double as pricey wedding venues. The Dorothy Chandler's grand entryway opens to a popular above-street-level outdoor plaza with a splashing fountain where, before the show, patrons eat take-out salads and cheese plates from the plaza's Spotlight Cafe. Others try for a table at the more formal Pinot Grill or, downstairs, Kendall's Brasserie and Bar. More >>

  • Musical Theatre West

    4350 E. 7th St. Long Beach, CA 90804
    562-856-1999

    http://www.musical.org

  • Musical Theatre West at the Carpenter Performing Arts Center

    4350 E. 7th St. Long Beach, CA 90804
    562-856-1999

    http://www.musical.org/MusicalTheatreWest/home.html

  • Musical Theatre West at the Carpenter Performing Arts Center

    4350 E. 7th St. Long Beach, CA 90804

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