I visited the Poway Performing Arts Center recently during the day when only the office was open. The theater features some of the biggest acts in entertainment visiting San Diego including Kenny Rodgers,Clint Black, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, and many theatrical productions.
Here’s the box office window.
Local abstract art is also sold in the theater lobby.
The Poway Performing Arts Center is located @ 15498 Espola Rd, Poway, CA 92064. Their phone number is (858)-668-4693.
One thing about the Fringe Festival is that it can make old deteriorating buildings that are on “the fringe” of acceptability here in San Diego trendy with art. This sexy Burlesque dance troupe is quite an example.
I wrote and filmed this screenplay and since I know Adobe Premiere Pro, I can edit it too.
It’s really great to have an editing workstation on my big screen TV. You
can see all the details in a shot so you can edit more precisely.
My thanks to all who worked on this trailer in progress including actor Paul Landrum, videographer, Dan Dorschel, actress, Tenesee and others. Special thanks to Computerbears.net for setting me up with this big screen Windows 10 workstation.
He plays great post Xmas beat box jazz as he takes your movie tickets.
Here’s one of the restaurants that bears my name that I don’t own. The other one’s in Pacific Beach on the ocean. This one is in Rancho San Diego.
Here’s a few more beautiful pictures near Jordan’s in the back of the mall.
There’s also a movie theater there. We went
to see “Horrible Bosses 2.”
The other night, we went out to see the movie, “Hitchcock.” We got to the theater late and so we thought we would see the rest when it restarted. After the movie, as usual,a cleaning crew came in to pickup the trash. I wondered how long we would have to sit until the next showing started. So I asked a member of the cleaning crew named Savannah, what time the next showing was. Appearantly she was the manager of the cleaning crew and she told us that even though we had not seen the entire picture, we couldn’t stay to see the beginning because she believed it was like seeing 2 movies, even though it was the same film. She kicked us out and laughed at us with her coworkers as we left in disgust. I felt outraged and I am now writing to the Reading Cinema website about this. Hitchcock was a pretty good movie for film history fans, but what do you think about what Savannah did?