Romance And Live Theater: The Perfect Date Night
By Deb Flomberg
There is something very romantic about taking your honey on a night out at the theater. Not the movie theater as, let’s face it, that’s a pretty common occurrence these days, but the live theater. You don’t have to save live theater for Christmas time, either. Sure, “A Christmas Carol” is a great annual tradition, but why not check out the huge variety of other live performances being offered at some of your local area theaters year-round? A visit to the South Coast Repertory Theater is a great place to start for a variety of different shows.
South Coast Repertory actually has three different stages, so you can get a very different theatrical experience depending on which stage you visit. The Segerstrom Stage is a beautiful 507-seat space with 13 proscenium-style rows offering great views from any location within the theater. Or visit the Argyros Stage for a smaller 336-seat theater that was actually designed by famous architect Cesar Pelli. However, if you like smaller intimate performances, then the Nicholas Studio Theater is for you. This 94-seat black box space will give you a close and intimate feel to any show you see there.
And speaking of shows, just what can you catch at South Coast Repertory? They offer a wide variety of straight plays and musicals, so you can pick something that the two of you will really enjoy. From classic musicals like “The Fantasticks” to well-known comedies like “Absurd Person Singular,” you’ll find a lot to choose from and a lot to enjoy.
So as you are planning this romantic trip for two to the theater, make sure you start the evening in style. Pick up your date in your SL65 AMG Roadster from Mercedes-Benz of Encino. It is the perfect car to start a truly romantic evening. A truly romantic date deserves an equally elegant car, and the AMG Roadster from Mercedes-Benz has all the style and class that your romance deserves.
Deb Flomberg grew up in the mountains, developed a love for the beach and has found happiness on the open road. She is now a freelance writer, theater professional and travel enthusiast happy to be writing about the things she loves most.
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