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  • Mann Chinese 6

    Mann Chinese 6

    6801 Hollywood Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90028
    323-464-8111

    http://www.manntheatres.com 6801 Hollywood Blvd More >>

  • Mann Rancho Niguel

    25471 Rancho Niguel Road Laguna Niguel, CA 92677
    949-831-0446

    8 screens. 25471 Rancho Niguel Road More >>

  • Marion Knott Studios

    283 N. Cypress Orange, CA 92866
    714-997-6765

  • Martha B. Knoebel Dance Theater, Cal State Long Beach

    Martha B. Knoebel Dance Theater, Cal State Long Beach

    6200 Atherton St. Long Beach, CA 90815
    562-985-7000

    http://www.csulb.edu/arts

  • Martini Blues

    5874 Edinger Ave. Huntington Beach, CA 92649
    714-840-2129

    http://www.martiniblues.com Everything looks great coming out of the kitchen of this bona-fide supper club, and we can personally vouch for the Martini Blues Favorite?a rotelli pasta with chicken or shrimp, sun-dried tomatoes, mushrooms and bell peppers in a spicy chipotle Alfredo sauce. Like all dinners, it comes with soup or salad; steamed vegetables; and a choice of garlic mashed potatoes, angel hair pasta or rice pilaf. More >>

  • Masquerade Village Costumes

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

    http://www.musicaltheatrevillage.net

  • 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 >>

  • Mayan Theater

    1038 S. Hill St. Santa Monica, CA 90405

  • Millikan High School Auditorium

    2800 Snowden Ave. Long Beach, CA 90808
    562-425-7441

  • Mission Viejo Civic Center

    200 Civic Center Drive Mission Viejo, CA 92691
    949-842-2227

  • Molly Bloom

    Molly Bloom's Irish Bar and Restaurant

    2391 S. El Camino Real San Clemente, CA 92672
    949-218-0120

    http://www.mollybloomspub.com The interior of Molly Bloom's has the standard Irish-pub features: low lighting, Guinness posters and bricks. Lots of bricks. Both bar and restaurant offer sizeable menus featuring traditional Irish dishes such as fish and chips and bangers, beans and mash (a surprisingly tasty combination of sausages, baked beans and mashed potatoes). More >>

  • 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

  • The Movie Experience

    13 Corporate Plaza Drive Newport Beach, CA 92660-7987
    949-721-7090

  • Musical Theatre Village in the Irvine Spectrum

    36-A Mauchly Irvine, CA 92618
    949-753-1996

    http://www.musicaltheatrevillage.net

  • 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

  • Mysterium

    3122 E. Chapman Ave. Orange, CA 92869-3708
    714-602-7975

    http://www.mysteriumshop.com

  • Mysterium at Weinert Chapel

    Mysterium at Weinert Chapel

    19211 Dodge Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92705
    714-771-5436

    http://www.mysteriumshop.com Mysterium Theater is a theater based out of a church in Santa Ana. After three years, OC Weekly finally dedicated a feature to Marla Ladd's frenetic theater company (see "Holy Host," June 29), but this august publication has yet to review a show at her digs, housed on the campus of the very forward-thinking Church of the Foothills. Maybe it's because there's so much to choose from: This year alone, Mysterium Theater was scheduled to mount 24 productions, ranging from the sexually charged Spring Awakening and the (hopefully) not sexually charged Charlotte's Web to a summer series of Shakespeare plays that included a woman playing the titular role of Othello as a woman. The need to pay the bills accounts for the heavy programming schedule, and the hope in this quarter is that Ladd and her incredibly enthusiastic band of thespians keep on truckin' until we finally get around to choosing an actual show to review. More >>

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