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A theatrical work of a highly emotional content, typically involving the representation of a situation wherein conflict exists and is resolved through the interaction of the characters. Put more simply, it refers to a group of actors playing out a situation of a serious rather than a comic or tragic nature.
Each year the Theatre Arts Department presents a work of classical or contemporary significance with a desire to support the theatre educational experiences of students in college and local high schools. Special matinee performances are offered to area high schools.
The Campus Theatre is a proscenium theatre located on the campus of Fullerton College. Built in the early 60's, this Theatre has 536 seats and is only 17 rows deep. As the primary performance space on campus, the Campus Theatre is utilized year round for many college events including Theatre Arts Department productions and Music Department concerts.
Our wheelchair accessibility section is located approximately twenty feet from the stage and about fifteen feet off center. These seats will also accommodate one companion folding chair if space permits. Additionally, most seating requires the navigation of stairs located in the lobby. However, side doors are available for both wheelchair and stairless entrances. Check in with the lobby staff upon arrival for assistance with these needs. When purchasing tickets in advance please let our Box Office staff know of any such needs. Assistive Listening Systems devices are available upon request, check with the lobby staff upon arrival.
Located inside the 1300 building on the southwest side of the college campus. The lobby and entrance is located on the south side of the 1300 building through the series of exterior glass doors.Map and Directions
Public parking is available in the Lemon Street Parking Structure for a fee of $3.00 per day. This lot is located at 399 Fullerton College Dr, Fullerton CA 92832Map and Directions
Available at the Campus Theatre Box Office. We're sorry but the Box Office is not open for regular daytime business hours today. We reopen for the fall around the second week of September. Call us at 714-992-7150 the next time we're openMap and Directions
Available at the Campus Theatre Box Office, located adjacent to the main entrance. We will open starting one hour before the start of the performance and close with the start of the performance. Please note that the telephone is not answered during this period.
Do you have any questions, comments or concerns about Dracula ?. Please fill out the form below and someone will return your inquiry shorty.
Alternatively, you can call us at 714-992-7150 the next time we're open. We're sorry but the Box Office is not open for regular daytime business hours today. We reopen for the fall around the second week of September.
The Fine Arts Division is currently in the process of digitizing photographic negatives from our productions spanning the 1930’s up to the year 2003. This is an extensive project that will take several years to complete. We are moving in reverse chronological order, however, are happy to accommodate a particular production the community may be interested in viewing. You may make a request below to have a particular production placed next in the archival queue. We will subsequently notify you when it is complete. Thank you.