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berniek1949 wrote a review Mar 2020
El Segundo, California479 contributions130 helpful votes
A very well designed modern performing arts venue. Lots of free parking. Reasonable prices. Comfortable seats with lots of leg room. Had lots of fun. Easy out of parking lot and quick access back to freeway.
Date of experience: March 2020
BigB159 wrote a review Jan 2020
Summerside, Canada16 contributions7 helpful votes
I took my wife and three kids to the Christmas play with what seemed to be a bunch of school groups. We were ready for Christmas spirit! The ergonomics of parking, walking to the sidewalk and purchasing the daily $5 permit at the kiosk, and then walking BACK to display it in the windshield -with three small children in tow- is quite unfortunate. It was all kids and chaperones in attending the show, which met out expectations. Staff was mostly friendly, show was entertaining, but my word these people were obsessive with their RULES. We had an usher hover next to my family specifically who obsessively watched my wiggly five year old son until he put up his feet and she swooped down past me like a a hawk. Considering that I and my wife were at the end of the row, I believe that both social convention and convenience would have dictated that she speak to us about his behavior. I was also asked to leave the theatre while I fed my 1.5 year old daughter an applesauce packet to help her remain civil for the benefit of other guests. And yes, these folks had me pay full price for her seat. Here's the most un-hospitable part - upon exiting I was greeted with a parking violation. FOR BACKING IN TO MY SPOT. To add insult to injury, the payment on your violations is excessively short as well as steep. These college kids are working hard and putting on what we though was an enjoyable show that we could enjoy yearly, but after costing me an extra $80 on top of our tickets and making my family highly uncomfortable in the process, the administration has definitely ensured that my growing family of 5 will never be back to support them. …
Date of experience: December 2019
Amy wrote a review Aug 2018
Glendora, California3 contributions
I took my 12 year old daughter to see Beauty and the Beast and it was amazing. The special affects were phenomenal. The acting was superior. It was well worth the money. Theatre was clean and staff was very helpful.
Date of experience: June 2018
MountainViewMom wrote a review Jun 2018
Glendora, California15 contributions5 helpful votes
Had a lovely evening enjoying music from the past. Would definitely recommend this Theatre as it is quite a superior venue.
Date of experience: July 2017
BK H wrote a review Dec 2017
10 contributions2 helpful votes
Haugh Performing Arts Center is a nice enough theater, especially for a Jr. college. There are no sight line problems but the acoustics are not consistently reliable. For some performances they are better than others. This is a good venue for comedians, one person shows and small musical ensembles. They have some good acts booked here and many fillers that probably more than satisfy the older patrons in the community. Parking is free (which is always nice) and audiences are always pleasant and appreciative.…
Date of experience: May 2017