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24 Star Starred
Nicholas Studio at South Coast Repertory
655 Town Center Drive Costa Mesa, CA 92626
714-708-5555
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Songs of Bilitis info Feb 18 2013 star this tip starred
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12 stars
attended May 06 2012

A very bizarre play. Didn't know there would be full frontal nudity for all the members of the cast. Too strange for my taste. Disappointed...

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2 stars
attended May 04 2012

One of the most original ensemble work I've ever seen and certainly one of the most creative theater pieces SCR has ever presented. Kudos for bringing this to OC and great work Dave Barton and cast.

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Website

http://www.scr.org/calendar/view.aspx?id=4895

Quotes & Highlights

“Much of pool has the look and feel of the best small indie filmmakers—a fact as much attributable to Barton as to Ravenhill. Filled with colorful lighting, [hundreds] of photographs, a rock music underscore and plenty of well-choreographed speech and movement, his staging is graphic and vivid.” —OC Register

Description

Monkey Wrench Collective is devoted to producing U.S. premieres of European work, West Coast premieres of socially provocative new work, and vibrant productions of rarely-performed classics. Made up of former members of the critically-acclaimed Rude Guerrilla Theater Company (as well as a few new faces), this adventurous, button-pushing ensemble has worked together for more than a decade and now produces in Los Angeles.

About the Ticket Supplier: South Coast Repertory

South Coast Repertory stands on three strong pillars -- artistic vision, a dynamic audience and exemplary community leadership. And as SCR enters its fifth decade, its vision, audience and leaders have given it a national standing second to none.