Venue Details

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Freud Playhouse at UCLA
405 Hilgard Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90095
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Parking Structure #3 is a quick walk to the Freud Playhouse @ Macgowan Hall. ($3/hr or $12 all day)
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Parking is easy to find behind the Freud Theater on the UCLA campus.
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Reviews & Ratings

69 ratings
4.6 average rating
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5 reviews
0 stars
attended Mar 21 2010

The show is what it is. In other words if you're familiar with this corny Sondheim musical you know in advance that it has its limitations. It will remind you of a Mel Brooks movie. Some actors shined more than others, and the sets were kind of...continued

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36 reviews
33 stars
attended Mar 20 2010

Funniest show I have seen..if ever. And it was a matinee! Just terrific. Dream casting, direction, music, choreography, design....LOVED this show. Funny, Funny!

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Michael M. Landman-Karny Red Velvet
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35 reviews
85 stars
attended Mar 19 2010

An excellent production of a classic musical comedy with a 22 piece orchestra and a sensational cast. Ruth Williamson as Domina once again proves to be an unsung treasure of American musical theatre.

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It’s “comedy tonight,” as Reprise Theatre Company brings you Stephen Sondheim’s laugh-out-loud musical, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum! Travel to Ancient Rome and experience the zany antics for yourself, complete with mistaken identities, a house full of courtesans, a conniving slave and an elaborate web of lies that will lead to an uproarious night in the theatre!

Don’t miss A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. This 6-time Tony Award winner will have you rolling in the aisles.

About the Ticket Supplier: Reprise Theatre Company

Reprise Theatre Company's purpose is to celebrate the greatest of American art forms -- the Broadway Musical Theatre. Their goal is to bring to Los Angeles the classic and best American musicals of this century.