Plan Your Visit
Oceanside Theatre Company is the resident production company at the historic Sunshine Brooks Theatre in Downtown Oceanside in the heart of one of California’s Cultural Districts.
With a plethora of restaurants, breweries, treats, and tasting rooms close to the theater, you have plenty of offerings to choose from if you plan on going out before or after the show. Alternatively, the box office and concessions typically open one hour before show time, so get to your event early and enjoy a glass of wine or a nibble while you socialize.
217 N. Coast Highway, Oceanside, CA 92054
Driving Directions: Exit the 5 freeway on Mission Ave. and head west. Turn right onto N. Coast Highway.
From the Oceanside Transit Center: Head northwest toward W. Topeka St. Turn right onto Seagaze Dr. Turn left onto N. Coast Highway.
Parking: Convenient parking is available at the Civic Center located at
300 N Coast Hwy, Oceanside, CA 92054 – one block north of the theatre on the east side of the street.
Nearby Dining & Accommodations
Downtown Oceanside offers a variety of dining options from casual to upscale restaurants. Coming to see a show? Make a night of it or even a staycation! Visit our show sponsor Seabird Resort, home of Piper Restaurant.
About the Oceanside Cultural District
The Oceanside Cultural District is home to an eclectic, emerging art scene. Along the Pacific Ocean with a historic and iconic pier and amphitheater, and adjacent to Camp Pendleton, the largest Marine Corps base on the West Coast, you will find a unique place with an abundance of cultural resources.
Artist Alley serves as home to many striving artists, with its art venues and local mural production. The California Surf Museum connects with nontraditional arts audiences while honoring the local surf culture. The historic theaters promote opportunities for all ages and introduce theatrical expression to thousands of schoolchildren each year.
Tattoo artists honor the area’s military heritage with much of their work. The annual cultural events in the district are varied, colorful, and celebratory as well as educational, featuring dance, music, and food. Restaurants and breweries in the district display local art and often feature local musicians.