Venue Details

45 Star Starred
Elephant Stages' Lillian Theatre
1076 Lillian Way Hollywood, CA 90038
323-962-0046
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Walk around the corner to Nat's Thai on Vine, just north of Santa Monica, hole-in-the-wall Thai with fantastic food at good prices and in large portions, you won't be disappointed. Service isn't stellar but the place is so small you can wave and catch their eye as needed. The food is worth it.
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Pam Devereaux
traffic from the L.A. suburbs was heavy and slow on the day we attended the Sunday matinee. Please take that, and the time it will take to find parking on the street into consideration.
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Reviews & Ratings

56 ratings
4.6 average rating
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3 reviews
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attended May 04 2014

I thoroughly enjoyed the play! I loved the intimacy of the theater. The story was not predictable. The acting was great. I loved watching such a seasoned actor as Chazz Palminteri as Sal. Elizabeth Rodriquez as Rosie was a powerhouse!

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42 reviews
5 stars
attended May 09 2014

Superb acting from the cast and we loved the storyline. A must-see show especially in an intimate theater.

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3 reviews
2 stars
attended May 06 2014

The acting was superb. The play itself was very interesting, although it dragged on a bit in the first half of the play. Highly recommend to see!

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Quotes & Highlights

“Every time Chazz Palminteri sashays into Unorganized Crime as Gotham mob scion Sal Sicuso, cool and sardonic, seething with banked menace, you can’t take your eyes off him.” — Variety

“Like the best of its kind, it’s Greek tragedy reimagined through a modern lens.” — The Hollywood Reporter

“D’Aquila[’s] … writing and performance make Gino, especially, a sympathetic and interesting antihero …” — Los Angeles Times