Venue Details

43 Star Starred
Village Theatre
233 Front St. Danville, CA 94526
925-314-3463
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Mary M
There is a public parking lot very close to the theatre that offer 3-hours. Street parking can be challenging on a Saturday night but with a little patience, you can park well.
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Mary M
The location of the theatre allows you to select from a variety of resturants in the downtown area. At the theatre they did sell water for $1 and a few snacks. But the abundant number of good resturants in the area, who had room for snacks.
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35 reviews
62 stars
attended Apr 26 2013

Very enjoyable evening.....wonderful show!

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23 reviews
7 stars
attended May 05 2013

The play was cleverly done with the old commercials in between scenes and I did not mind there was no intermission. The acting was professional and I enjoyed the play. The main downside is that the inside theater is always cold. The lobby is the...continued

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21 reviews
3 stars
attended May 10 2013

This theater company always amazes me. Out in the suburbs, and it's cutting edge, intelligently staged theater, stripped down, intimate, high production values. Don't miss this show.

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Website

http://roleplayersensemble.com/

Quotes & Highlights

Learn more about Requiem for a Heavyweight at the Role Players Ensemble Facebook page and Danville Theatre’s Twitter feed.

About the Ticket Supplier: Role Players Ensemble

The Role Players' Ensemble Theatre was founded in 1983 by a group of Danville residents who wished to establish quality community theatre in the San Ramon Valley. In addition to providing a venue where local actors, directors and technicians could ply their craft, the group hoped to attract an audience throughout the Tri-Valley and Contra Costa County and expand their theatrical alternatives. The company was formed as a California non-profit organization. Although the mission has evolved over time, the fundamental aim has always been to provide provocative, high quality theatre productions that both entertain and educate.