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  • Saban Theatre

    Saban Theatre

    8440 W. Wilshire Blvd. Beverly Hills, CA 90211
    323-655-0111

    http://www.sabantheatre.org

  • Saddleback College McKinney Theatre

    Saddleback College McKinney Theatre

    28000 Marguerite Mission Viejo, CA 92692
    949-582-4500

    http://www.saddleback.edu/arts/

  • Samueli Theater

    600 Town Center Drive Costa Mesa, CA 92626
    714-556-2787

    http://www.scfta.org/

  • Scottish Rite Theater

    855 Elm Ave. Long Beach, CA 90813
    562-436-7787

    http://www.scottishrite.org

  • The Second Stage

    431 N. Brookhurst Anaheim, CA 92801
    800-838-3006

  • Servite Priory

    1922 W. La Palma Ave. Anaheim, CA 92801
    714-774-8869

  • Soka Performing Arts Center

    Soka Performing Arts Center

    1 University Cir St. Aliso Viejo, CA 92656
    949-480-4278

    http://performingarts.soka.edu

  • South Coast Repertory

    South Coast Repertory

    655 Town Center Drive Costa Mesa, CA 92626
    714-708-5555

    http://www.scr.org South Coast Repertory is a theater in Costa Mesa, across the street from South Coast Plaza but nowhere near the same atmosphere or mindset. The best theater in OC, hands down. Provocative shows like the multi-layered conflict between Midwestern creationism and bicoastal liberal science in How the World Began and the profanity-laden Elemeno Pea really are a nice counter to the high-brow, sophisticated setting of the South Coast Rep. It would be super easy for SCR to play it safe and be totally vanilla, but they don’t, and we love them for it. It's also really affordable for students. Between $5 drinks, and free parking across the bridge at South Coast Plaza (don't be lazy), its mind blowing that a night out with professional live theater can be cheaper than a boring movie date. One of the greatest regional theaters in the United States, and always cognizant of reaching out to all of Orange County, not just the blue hairs. More >>

  • Stage Door Repertory Theatre

    1045 N. Armando St. Anaheim, CA 92806
    714-630-7378

    http://www.stagedoorrep.org

  • STAGES theatre

    400 E. Commonwealth Ave. Fullerton, CA 92831
    714-653-3663

    http://www.stagesoc.org

  • STAGEStheatre

    400 E. Commonwealth Ave. Fullerton, CA 92832
    714-525-4484

  • Starplex Cinemas Woodbridge Movies 5

    Starplex Cinemas Woodbridge Movies 5

    4626 Barranca Parkway Irvine, CA 92604
    949-733-0980

    http://www.starplexcinemas.com Starplex Cinemas Woodbridge Movies 5 is a movie theater in Irvine’s Woodbridge neighborhood. The place is often messy because patrons are required to throw away their own trash (come on, people!), it's a little run-down, and the movies are usually a bit outdated, but you can't really complain too much about a $1 (on Tuesdays) or $2 (all other days) moviegoing experience. Especially while other theaters are charging a wallet-violating $11.50. The Starplex Cinemas Woodbridge Movies 5 also offers cheap concessions, including hot dogs for a buck. It's a great place to go to either kill a few hours without breaking the bank, or catch a flick you missed out on when it ran at the more expensive theaters. (Is stadium seating really worth a $10 premium these days?). And the place is staffed by high schoolers and juco kids who actually care about their jobs and service, unlike too many workers nowadays. More >>

  • Stephen and Mary Birch North Park Theatre

    2891 University Ave. San Diego, CA 92104
    619-239-8836

    http://www.lyricoperasandiego.com

  • Trepany House at the Steve Allen Theater

    Trepany House at the Steve Allen Theater

    4773 Hollywood Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90027
    323-666-4268

    http://www.trepanyhouse.org Tucked into Los Feliz's Center for Inquiry-West, the Trepany House at the Steve Allen Theater is an intimate performing venue that presents a wide array of concerts, plays, vaudeville and comedy. When the theater first began putting on shows, it focused on comedians like Dana Gould, Emo Philips, Mary Lynn Rajskub and Kids in the Hall, as well as theatrical productions and esoteric philosophical and metaphysical explorations by everyone from NASA scientists to members of the Church of Satan. Before long, the theater also brought in live musicians, including the daft ragtime diva Janet Klein, Lavender Diamond and the charming pop duo the Ditty Bops mingling with harder-edged sounds from Rancid and Dethklok. Added to the mix is the center's ongoing fascination with horror and film culture, with presentations and screenings by the likes of Toby Hooper, Joe Dante, David Cronenberg, Miranda July and James Franco. In homage to its namesake inspiration, the late comedian Steve Allen, the theater is an unusual nexus point of scientific curiosity and vaudevillian variety. More >>

  • The Sunshine Brooks Theatre

    217 N. Coast Highway Oceanside, CA 92054
    714-401-0324

    http://www.sunshinebrookstheater.com

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