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9 Star Starred
ACME Hollywood
135 N. La Brea Hollywood, CA 90036
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Parking at the street meters on La Brea isn't allowed until 7pm on the weekdays.
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If you're craving Mexican food, head to Tinga (two blocks south on La Brea). Or you can enjoy some espresso at Graffiti. The theatre also allows you to buy cocktails in the adjoining bar and take them into the theatre with you.
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37 ratings
4.7 average rating
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377 reviews
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attended Sep 14 2013

We both liked it alot and laughed along...but, it also felt more than a little cheesy and too conservative a couple of times, too. I'm not an expert, but I don't think I'd call it particularly LGBT-friendly, either. So, while its quite funny and...continued

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7 stars
attended Sep 27 2013

A laugh a minute. Yakov is a world class talent.

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21 reviews
19 stars
attended Sep 21 2013

Yakov is amazing. Not only he is a great comedian, he is a great person. Loved the venue and friendliness of the staff, even the restaurant next door is fantastic. Would highly recommend this show.

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About the Ticket Supplier: ACME Comedy Hollywood

The ACME Comedy Theatre, founded in 1989, is a premier 99 seat Hollywood venue featuring a classic performance space with modern multimedia production facilities. It is home to six sketch and improv performance companies whose members and alumni have been entertaining audiences every weekend for nearly two decades and who have appeared in hundreds of films, sitcoms and commercials.

ACME shows have featured the talents of Wayne Brady, Alex Borstein, Adam Carolla, Bryan Cranston, Robert Forster, Fred Goss, Joel McHale, Kel Mitchell, Sean Hayes, Debra Wilson Skelton, Ryan Stiles, Charlene Tilton, Christopher Titus, Fred Willard, Wil Wheaton, and many more.