Venue Details

64 Star Starred
Zephyr Theatre
7456 Melrose Ave. Hollywood, CA 90046
323-653-4667
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Alex Kozinski
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Reviews & Ratings

5 ratings
4.6 average rating
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Leo
36 events
16 reviews
22 stars
attended Sep 25 2009

I won't repeat all the cliches, but suffice it to say that it was very moving and entertaining at the same time. The theater is very small and intimate - perfect for these pieces. I met Regina briefly after the show, and she was an absolute...continued

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7 reviews
3 stars
attended Sep 26 2009

I enjoyed the evening and was moved by the story but found it flawed as a piece of theater. First, the events of the main character's life were presented like a list of events: first this happened, then this happened, next this happened, etc. ...continued

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4 reviews
24 stars
attended Sep 19 2009

This is a powerful play - well written, beautifully performed, creatively executed. It is a true story and we get to experience the gifts on the other side of the tragedy of the main character.

The actress is beautiful and gifted and her show...continued

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Website

https://www.plays411.net/newsite/show/play_info.asp?show_id=2091

Description

Told through sixteen pairs of shoes, _Someone’s Somebody _chronicles the journey of Regina Louise, who, at the age of 11, navigates her way through 30 foster homes. This is a searing visit into a Dickensian world fraught with danger and intrigue. By story’s end in a hotel room in New York City, the story shows that no amount of love given to a child is ever wasted.