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19 Star Starred
Lex Theatre
At N McCadden Pl 6760 Lexington Ave. Hollywood, CA 90093
323-871-1150
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89 events
7 reviews
22 stars
attended Jan 20 2012

Nuanced performances all around.

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4 events
4 reviews
6 stars
attended Jan 14 2012

Scorching view of mother-daughter relations with McDonough's characteristic Irish dialogue. Very well acted in an intimate setting that put you almost right on the stage. HIghly recommend this production. Uniformly excellent staging of a pretty...continued

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118 events
85 reviews
15 stars
attended Jan 20 2012

This is a great play,and I enjoyed this performance. However the only drawback was the very poor "Irish" accents..... they were "OIRISH" and not even good ones.... pity ! Still a good night out.

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Website

http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/217485

Description

The play contains adult themes.

About the Ticket Supplier: The Production Company-LA

Co-Founders August Viverito and Gregory Blair concieved The Production Company to be dedicated single-mindedly to creating the highest caliber productions without encumbrances often found in the many more typical membership companies in Los Angeles. After serving on the Executive Board of one company and as Artistic Director for another, Viverito recognized that production quality was regularly forced to be less than optimal as resources often were drawn too thin by trying to offer classes, showcases, second-tier shows and the like. "Our shows will be the showcases, and our actors, writers and designers are expected to hone their crafts both within and outside the company. Our people will be kept busy producing.."