Venue Details

273 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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Melissa Beiring Hill
park at the court house.
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Reviews & Ratings

36 ratings
3.3 average rating
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4 events
2 reviews
0 stars
attended Oct 06 2011

From the creative use of the lobby, including actors who entice you to dress for the occasion, to the shin dig during intermission, this is more than just going to a play. It's an event and a fun one to boot! The music is the highlight of this...continued

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388 events
34 reviews
-26 stars
attended Oct 13 2011

I adore this company's work. I believe they are the leading alternative/experimental company in the country right now, as they embrace/incorporate what's very now culturally (irony, absurdity, irreverence) with strong and original presentational...continued

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41 events
11 reviews
8 stars
attended Oct 13 2011

From the moment we walked in, it was non-stop fun. From dressing up in western gear borrowed from their "costume department" to participating in the scavenger hunt during intermission, the play, the music, the talent, and the whole experience was...continued

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Description

The Rude Mechs’ uber-physical, riotously unconventional The Method Gun was a monster hit at the Douglas last season.

Now they’re back and bringing the party: I’ve Never Been So Happy — a transmedia hootenanny centered around a western operetta filled with ballads, heavy metal, opera and R&B!

When a mother ties her son to a mountain lion to make him strong and a father won’t allow his daughter out of the house to protect her virtue, it’s gonna take a Texas-sized, foot  stompin’, genre rompin’ sensory assault to bring these star-crossed lovers together.

And if that isn’t enough, smack in the middle is an intermission shindig — an interactive carnivalesque performance party. Be sure to save room for Texas Trash Bags from Tub’s Fine Chili & Fancy Fixin’s and drinks at the saloon with the town gossip on hand to stir the pot and cause a ruckus.