Venue Details

52 Star Starred
Long Beach Playhouse - Studio Theatre
5021 E. Anaheim St. Long Beach, CA 90804
562-494-1014
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carmen Tunis
Plenty of parking in the back lot or on streets in the neighborhood surrounding the playhouse.
In the Next Room or the vibrator play info May 27 2014 star this tip starred
Goldstar Member
Snacks such as chips and candy are sold outside. You can also purchase alcohol beverages
Avenue Q dining Oct 28 2013 star this tip starred

Reviews & Ratings

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3.8 average rating
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46 events
31 reviews
1 stars
attended Aug 18 2013

Actors were great; however, I just did not like the story, I was bored.

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49 events
25 reviews
1 stars
attended Aug 18 2013

Very fun, good performance, lots of energy, I liked and would recommend it to others

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4 events
3 reviews
1 stars
attended Aug 11 2013

Well done and a lot of fun to watch. Lee Samuel Tanng was very good in the role of Puck. Other actors also did well. The play was a great adaption of the original and achieved what it set out to do. The time went by quickly. This was a very...continued

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Website

http://www.lbplayhouse.org

Description

Cast:

Puck/Philostrate: Sam Tanng

Changeling/Snug: A.J. Salas

Oberon/Theseus: Cort Huckabone

Titantia/Hippolyta: Laura Clagett

Cobweb/Flute: Alexander Shewchuk

Moth/Snout: ‘Phie Mura

Mustardseed/Starvling: Penny De Vera

Peaseblossom/Mechanical: Amara Phelps

Demetrius: J.T. Corzine

Helenus: Charlie Bostick

Quince: Amy P. Welch

Bottom: Joseph Martone

Egeus: Doug Seagraves

Hermia: Angela Griswold

Lysander: Elsbeth Carden

About the Ticket Supplier: Long Beach Playhouse

Seventy-five continuous years of quality live theatrical entertainment have established the Long Beach Playhouse as a landmark in the City of Long Beach. The Playhouse produces 16 shows annually with a new play or musical every three weeks on the the Mainstage or upstairs in the Studio Theatre. Long Beach’s flagship professional theatre cuts across age, gender, ethnic, and cultural boundaries while being entirely self-supporting through ticket sales and membership support.