Venue Details

97 Star Starred
Ivy Substation
at Culver Blvd. 9070 Venice Blvd. Culver City, CA 90232
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Dress nice casual
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Lots of parking throughout the area.
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Casual w/ a hip "artsy" look
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Several good eateries nearby to dine BEFOREhand. Gyenari is my favorite.
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Kay 'N Daves is across the park - good Mexican food and full bar!
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Bobbie Red Velvet
106 events
29 reviews
32 stars
attended Mar 30 2011

There were four solo performers. They were a diverse group of talented women who provided comic, heartfelt insight into their cultural backgrounds. The dancer was... continued

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51 events
41 reviews
14 stars
attended Mar 30 2011

Hmmm.... I love the idea of the event... however, it was disappointing. I took my mother to the show (4 solo performances) and we agree on the following review.

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8 events
6 reviews
2 stars
attended Mar 30 2011

I found the performers to be terrific. There was a wonderful variety of performances they had solo artists, dancers and singers. It was a truly enjoyable experience.

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This will be the first time the Los Angeles Women’s Theatre Festival has offered programming in the City of Culver City.

The evening is hosted by Akuyoe Graham (Spirit Awakening)

and actor/producer/director Fay Hauser-Price.


Stacie Chaiken in The Dig: Death, Genesis and the Double Helix. (Theatre)  An American archeologist is summoned to a dig in the ancient Arab-Hebrew town of Jaffa where they have found something they think might change everything- and she is the only one who can tell them what it is.

Barbara Cole in Surviving Chrysalis One woman reconciles motherhood and career with her journey toward self-actualization.

Ingrid Graham in *Artemis *(Dance) Named after the Greek goddess of wilderness, this is a tribute to the goddess of nature that exists within us all.

Lydia Nicole in _Calling Up Papi _, a sober look at a young woman’s life, growing up in Spanish Harlem as the daughter of a prostitute and a pimp.

About the Ticket Supplier: Los Angeles Women's Theatre Festival

The Los Angeles Women’s Theater Festival (LAWTF) was founded by solo artist Adilah Barnes and Miriam Reed.
Adilah and Miriam were joined by solo artists of diverse disciplines (including actors, dancers, story tellers, performance artists, performance poets, sculptors and comedians).
LAWTF was inspired by the Women’s Theatre Festival in Philadelphia that had created the National Women’s Theatre Festival satellite in Los Angeles in 1992 at the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA). In 1993, LAWTF picked up the torch and continued the vision that had been planted by the Women’s Theater Festival in Los Angeles.