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288 Star Starred
Kirk Douglas Theatre
W. Washington Blvd. at Duquesne Ave. 9820 Washington Blvd. Culver City, CA 90232
213-628-2772
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The weather was wonderful. I wore Up scale casual clothes one step below After-5. LA for the most part is non- judgmental of dress. However I think it shows respect for your date when you show pride in appearance..
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AJ Rosey
Cocktails were affordable, and you can preorder for intermission to avoid the lines.
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attended Oct 16 2005

1st half was what I expected, very funny, very inventive. Then it got surreal and kind of lost it's way. Also, for a supposedly family friendly event, there's liberal use of "fuck". I have no problem with profanity, but it didn't seem to fit...continued

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Website

http://www.taperahmanson.com/show.asp?id=324

Quotes & Highlights

“A singularly inventive and surreal vaudeville act… classic slapstick, elegant pratfalls and rigorous sleight of hand.” – New York Times
“Sensationally inventive and utterly delightful.” – Philadelphia Weekly
“Fall-out-of-your chair funny and catch-your-breath moving.” – Philadelphia City Paper
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Description

All Wear Bowlers

Created and Performed by Trey Lyford and Geoff Sobelle

Directed by Aleksandra Wolska

A dreamscape vaudeville where gravity refuses to behave.

Two silent film clowns take a wrong turn and find themselves trapped in a haunted theatre, where hard-boiled eggs play tricks on them and gravity refuses to behave. The poetic landscape of Beckett, the elegant absurdity of Magritte and the dysfunctional virtuosity of Laurel & Hardy collide to create a world of venomous ventriloquists and belligerent bowlers.