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New Features on OCR!

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At the bottom of each review on OCR there is a review sheet underneath the critic’s score. By filling out the sheet you will be able to give your opinion while also adding your USER Score to the site. With your contribution using the USER & Critic score I believe we can get a more accurate score and critique for each show. Continue Reading

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World Premiere : Comedy of ERROR @ American Coast Theater Company in Costa Mesa – Preview

Charles is a struggling web developer who runs his online dating website. He’d like nothing more than to quit his day job, focus on the website full-time, and ask his girlfriend of four years to marry him, but there’s only one problem: the website is a failing business. When Charles’ best (and one of his last) clients threaten to cancel his subscription to the site due to a lack of results, Charles enlists the help of his best friend to make a last-ditch effort to keep his client and save his company through hilariously deceptive means. This charming romantic comedy entertainingly explores the nature of modern love in the digital age. (taken directly from the press release)

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Lyceum Theatre 
Vanguard University 55 Fair DriveCosta Mesa, CA 92626

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Playwright Nicolas Juarez goes back to High School – Whisper All The Time @ Estancia High School in Costa Mesa

Written by Patrick Chavis 

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Last weekend, I met playwright Nick Juarez inside a mobile home record store in the middle of the hyper-hipster paradise known as “The LAB” in Costa Mesa, California. I’d never met Nick before, but he was the only person in the trailer, so I took a guess, and he greeted me nicely. We walked from the record store to a table near the middle of the Anti-mall. I started the interview by trying to get more information about the guy. Who is Nick? What inspires him to write? But he didn’t seem interested in himself. Instead, he focused on the kids in his new play Whisper all the Time and Estancia High School, the place that made him who he is today. Continue Reading

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