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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4.8 average rating
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223 events
189 reviews
10 stars
attended Jun 18 2012

Tom Dugan, again, gives an excellent portrayal of a man in history. This time it is General Robert E.Lee. He portrays Lee during the years of the Civil War. This is marvelous for anyone interested in the Civil War. But, even if you are not a Civil...continued

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259 events
117 reviews
32 stars
attended Jul 03 2012

Amazingly well done for a solo show.

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127 events
98 reviews
85 stars
attended Aug 22 2012

This one man show is worth seeing. I still think that Robert E. Lee was "nuts" to take command of southern forces and thereby facilitate The Civil War. In hindsight, some type of "negotiated settlement" or "election" would have been MUCH SMARTER....continued

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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.