Venue Details

24 Star Starred
Theatre 40 at the Reuben Cordova Theatre
On the Campus of Beverly Hills High School 241 Moreno Drive Beverly Hills, CA 90210
310-364-0535
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Janet
Play goes almost until 10:00pm, so eat before you go. I like to hit one of the small restaurants on Pico - Chili Thai or Nizam Indian -or someplace on Westwood Blvd - Pitfire Pizza or Feast from the East. It's only about 3 miles to Beverly Hills High School from Westwood &Olympic. Then get a yogurt at The Bigg Chill following the play!
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Janet
The weather was perfect. I wore Dressy casual jeans, gold tee shirt, and an embroidered black jean jacket.
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394 reviews
-74 stars
attended Jun 14 2013

Theatre 40 seldom disappoints. Very funny comedy from the Great White North aka Canada.

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39 reviews
51 stars
attended May 16 2013

Great production-Norm Foster (writer) is hysterical and poignant at the same time, direction was spot on and cast was the best. I see lots of theatre and this production stands out as a real little gem. Theatre 40 always delivers.

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5 reviews
1 stars
attended Jun 13 2013

With a couple exceptions, mostly over-acting with a highly predictable storyline. Bad acting + bad writing = my personal hell. Barring a few minor laughs, this trite piece of dated drivel was torture to watch. I left the theater very angry. I...continued

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Website

http://www.theatre40.org/2012-2013-season/opening-night/

About the Ticket Supplier: Theatre 40

Theatre Forty, Beverly Hills' only resident professional acting company, has provided the community with quality theatre productions since 1964. In 1966, they produced Los Angeles' first Shakespeare in the park, and 1974 saw them move into their current home at Beverly Hills High School. They've won more than a hundred awards from local critics' organizations and publications.