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289 Star Starred
Kirk Douglas Theatre
W. Washington Blvd. at Duquesne Ave. 9820 Washington Blvd. Culver City, CA 90232
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We ended up parking at the Trader Joe's parking building and enjoying a lovely walk, but there is a parking structure close by. Although there is street parking, it appeared that it was only for two hours and the play went to 2 hours and 15 minutes.
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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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4.5 average rating
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20 reviews
3 stars
attended May 26 2011

Brilliant, the fastest 90mins ever.

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3 reviews
0 stars
attended May 21 2011

RGS is poignant and masterful at his craft. The material presented seems intended for those who are major sports/baseball fans and falls short of including the audience as a whole. The show runs 1/2 hour too long but RGS tries his best to bring...continued

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55 reviews
18 stars
attended May 29 2011

This was excellent -- but it was the last performance of this run; if you see it around someplace else in the future, do NOT miss it.

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Quotes & Highlights

“Roger Guenveur Smith believes in the interconnectedness of history: that our lives, big and small, are enmeshed in the great tangle of events, big and small.”—Rachel Saltz, The New York Times


_The Watts Towers Project _was a high point of Solomania! at the Douglas in 2006. Smith returns with an equally powerful and poetic work based on the true story of baseball legends Juan Marichal and John Roseboro and the infamous 1965 day when Marichal turned and hit Roseboro in the head with his bat. Smith witnessed the event on television and passionately presents it as part of a greater story that encompasses the Watts riots, Catholicism, the notions of marriage,family and, ultimately, redemption and forgiveness.