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Directions and Parking

DIRECTIONS

From the North

Take the 405 South to the Bristol Street Exit; turn left. At Anton Boulevard (the second signal light) turn right. Turn left on Park Center Drive to enter the parking structure. South Coast Repertory is located to the north of the structure.

From the South

Take the 405 North to the Bristol Street Exit; turn right. At Anton Boulevard (the first signal light) turn right. Turn left on Park Center Drive to enter the parking structure. South Coast Repertory is located to the north of the structure.

From the East

Take the 91 West to the 55 South to the 405 North. Exit on Bristol Street; turn right. At Anton Boulevard (the first signal light) turn right. Turn left on Park Center Drive to enter the parking structure. South Coast Repertory is located to the north of the structure.

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PAY-TO-PARK INSTRUCTIONS

For performance/event parking in structures, the cost is $12, payable upon entry. You will receive a validated parking receipt that must be used at the exit kiosk to leave the garage.

Non-performance/event parking in the structures is automated. Upon entry to the garage, push the button at the kiosk and take the ticket-receipt. Upon leaving the garage, use the automated exit kiosk to complete payment using a credit card. Parking is $1.50 every 15-minutes with a $20 maximum charge.

The parking structures are not owned or operated by South Coast Repertory.

10-minute Box Office Parking

Follow the freeway directions above. Take Bristol Street to Town Center Drive; turn right. South Coast Repertory is located on the right. Ten-minute parking is located in the circle drive in front of the Box Office.

Box Office Hours
The Box Office is open Mondays noon to 6 p.m and Tuesdays-Saturdays, from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. (or showtime); Sundays, from noon-6 p.m. (or showtime). Contact the staff by email at [email protected] or via phone at (714) 708-5555.


Photo: Jamey Hood and David St. Louis in the 2019 production of Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, music by Stephen Sondheim and book by Hugh Wheeler. Photo by Jordan Kubat.

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