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Pacific Resident Theatre
Theater may be considered lost to some, but not at the Pacific Resident Theatre thanks in part to the enthusiasm of theater director Marilyn Fox. She has watched proudly as the theater has grown from 75 to nearly 2000 subscribers over the span of twenty-five years, and currently oversees the production of twenty plays a year. As theaters close across the country due to low attendance, Fox continues to remain optimistic, proclaiming 'theater is good for the soul.'
Theater for the Soul
The best thing about our theatre is that the people that come here, they really get it, young and old. They come here and they have a live theater experience... It's good for the soul.
On the Block
I can't imagine anywhere else I would rather be than on this block, in Venice California because this whole community is about art and it always has been.
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