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41 Star Starred
Elephant Stages' Lillian Theatre
1076 Lillian Way Hollywood, CA 90038
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Small cafe across the street-- Brasil kiss (I believe is the name) You can get some authentic BraIlian coffee and sandwich. Patio provided a nice seating area to eat/wait until box office opened.
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I highly recommend dinner at The Larchmont before the play.
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57 ratings
3.8 average rating
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6 reviews
5 stars
attended Sep 11 2011

This is my second time seeing this play and I cannot express how much I enjoy the writing, direction, acting and set design. The collaboration of the entire theatrical team is superior. Such a well done performance. I hope the reception this...continued

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3 reviews
3 stars
attended Sep 11 2011

When you go sit on the left side closest to the aisle....that way you get a broad scope of the stage. We enjoyed the show very much, however only two items.....the lead lawyer needs to improve her game as she did "flub" several times on lines at...continued

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18 reviews
4 stars
attended Aug 21 2011

I applaud the efforts for this play, but we left at the intermission. It wasn't that we hated the work so much as that we were indifferent to it. The female lead was fine but the male lead was just average. The theater seating is great for view...continued

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Written & Directed by Rick Pagano 

Executive Producer Dave Fofi 

Produced by Russell Boast 

Treat Yourself Like Cary Grant  is Rick Pagano’s tenth play, as writer and director. His company Pagano-Manwiller has cast more than seventy feature films, including Say Anything, Hotel Rwanda and Drugstore Cowboy. They also cast such TV hits as 24, Picket Fences and Chicago Hope, winning two Emmys. 

Besides doing his own plays, he has cast shows on Broadway, and at the Lincoln Center and the Mark Taper Forum. 

The Cast in Alphabetical Order 

Randolph Adams 

Wilfred Biggs 

Erin Carufel 

Kim Estes 

Simone Moore 

Jan Munroe 

Christine Syron 

The Team 

Stage Manager – Natalya Zernitskaya 

Lighting Designer – Matt Richter 

Set Design – Elephant Stageworks 

Audio Visual Design – Jason Young 

Dialect Coach – Bob Corff 

Press Liaison – Sandra Kuker – PR4PLAYS 

Marketing Design – Sam Hennings 

Assistant to the Director – Cassidy Boyd 

Assistant to the Producer – Denise Carole 

Marketing Administrator – Lauren Montgomery