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Jackson Browne

Jackson Browne in Concert to Benefit the Fox Theatre

Are you a fan of Jackson Browne?  A Friend of the Fox?  Then check out this exciting news from one of America’s most enduring and honored musician/songwriters! Jackson Browne Benefit Concert      


Fox Block Announces Its First Tenant

It’ll be the best cup of coffee you’ve had in quite a while… Because you’ll be having it at the Fox. The Firestone Corner will sign its first new tenant when the City Council approves the lease with Dripp Coffee at its first meeting in October.  Fullerton Historic Theatre Foundation President Leland Wilson broke the news:  “We’re very excited to […]

Fox Ceiling

Next Major Fundraising Campaign Focused on the Fox’s Interior

Fox Theatre supporters have gotten used to the sight of the beautifully refurbished outside of the theatre and its surrounding buildings, but even for those who attended the Blues Brothers event there last year, the question persists:  “So what’s going on inside?”  An answer is now at hand. The Fox has officially received a new $300,000 grant from the […]

The Fox Breathes Again!

Check out this video shot in the basement of the Fox: Brian Newell and cohort Brent used a little re-wiring genius to crank up the “lungs” of the theatre. This unassuming-looking machine draws air through the theatre and exhales it out through a vent in the ceiling, providing much-needed ventilation during shows. It’s been 26 […]


Restored Historic Theatres – More Than Just Pretty Faces

by Kyle Moore Red Bank, New Jersey.  Rome, New York.  Keene, New Hampshire.  Newberry, South Carolina.  Fullerton, California.  What do all of these cities have in common? They all have historic theatres that have survived economic downturns or gone through periods of decay and neglect, but are now experiencing a renaissance thanks to the efforts […]