Venue Details

106 Star Starred
Theatre West
3333 Cahuenga Blvd. West Hollywood, CA 90068
323-851-7977 (Box office and info)
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Member Tips

Robert McDermott
Great little restaurant called California Canteen just half a block from the theater
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Ms W
Drinks and snack $1
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Ms W
Free parking in the lot across the street
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Reviews & Ratings

11 ratings
4.3 average rating
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179 reviews
12 stars
attended Apr 23 2011

A good first act was followed by a disappointingly poor second act. This story has been done before, e.g. in "Naming Names." Unfortunately, neither play has dealt very well with a very important historical time, namely the Hollywood Black List.

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11 reviews
23 stars
attended Apr 03 2011

Wonderful cast, with a well written play. I would recommend this play to anyone who loves live theater.

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93 reviews
40 stars
attended Apr 09 2011

Funny, funny, funny!!!
Great story, acting was superb.
Casting of the 2 lead actors was brilliant.
Scenic design was perfect, loved it.
Wonderful theater, not a bad seat in the house.
Recommend highly, GO SEE THIS SHOW!!!

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Written by Allan Manings

Directed by John Gallogly

Produced by Jerry Goldstein and John Gallogly

with Paul Denniston, Steve Franken, Alan Freeman, Maria Kress, Roy Vongtama

Lou Berns was a numero uno comic. He headlined in nightclubs, films, Broadway, and had his own TV series. With a remarkably successful career now over, he plans to move from his New York apartment to retire in a community for seniors in Arizon

About the Ticket Supplier: Theatre West

Established in 1962, Theatre West is the oldest, continually running theater company in Los Angeles. Our productions have toured both sides of the Atlantic, including the Edinburgh and Dublin Festivals, New York City, Atlanta, South Carolina, Seattle, San Francisco, and throughout California. Over the years Theatre West's plays have transferred to Broadway (Spoon River Anthology, Aesop in Central Park) and to feature films (A Bronx Tale, Faithful).

The theater is located in Hollywood near the Cahuenga Pass and is home to both professional productions for adults and, since 1984, the family themed Storybook Theatre. No seats are further than 40 feet from the stage.