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72 Star Starred
Zephyr Theatre
7456 Melrose Ave. West Hollywood, CA 90046
323-653-4667
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Go to Melrose Umbrella Company across the street for drinks before or after. Great Asian food at PingTung Eat In Market too.
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Vinotecque is right across the street. Great wines and a wonderful selection of plates. All delicious. Friendly, professional service.
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16 ratings
4.2 average rating
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11 reviews
4 stars
attended Apr 22 2012

What a delightful surprise this was! Sadly, the marketing doesn't tell you just how much fun the audience will have with this piece. Truly, it's "Yiddish Theatre Meets French Farce."

The six-person cast was terrific, each of them playing two...continued

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157 reviews
10 stars
attended Apr 13 2012

Something was missing in this play,and make it more like watching some of the T.V. soap opera.

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17 reviews
11 stars
attended Apr 01 2012

Playing two different roles creates a challenge for the actors. But each actor makes a clear distinction between the two characters they play. The staging is brilliant. And Bruce Katzman, as the lead, provides a sensitive tribute to the era of...continued

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Website

http://www.zephyrtheatre.com

Quotes & Highlights

“The humor is beautifully showcased in the similarities and differences between past and present theatre.” — ChicagoTheaterBlog.com 
“A beguiling comic love letter to the American theater …” — Chicago Sun-Times

Description

Written by James Sherman 

Directed by Lee Sankowich 

Produced by Lee Sankowich and Margie Mintz 

Starring: 

Bruce Katzman (Jacob and Jack) 

Featuring: 

Veronica Alicino 

Matthew Gottlieb 

Deborah Knox 

Matthew Scott Montgomery 

Nan Tepper

This show runs 90 minutes with no intermission.