Venue Details

227 Star Starred
Odyssey Theatre
2055 S Sepulveda Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90025
310-477-2055
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Member Tips

mimi
Paid parking available for a nominal fee
info Feb 11 2013 star this tip starred
Michael David
The $3 charge is nominal but irritating especially for my wife with a disabled placard
info Feb 12 2013 star this tip starred
Bill Franklin
Good selection of coincide for small theatre
info Feb 17 2013 star this tip starred
Bunni Ruben Dybnis
Disabled need accessibility, not handouts.
info Feb 18 2013 star this tip starred
Goldstar Member
Parking on the streets available
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4.4 average rating
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59 reviews
46 stars
attended Feb 17 2013

Certainly more accomplished in every way than Shoenman’s 2011 effort, Aftermath – with Annie Potts overacting, as if she were doing a class. This has a very fine Lawrence... continued

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204 reviews
150 stars
attended Feb 28 2013

This is the portrait of an elderly, thoroughly unpleasant music star and the relationships within his disfunctional family. The acting was very good, the play itself had few redeeming qualities. G.H.

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180 reviews
12 stars
attended Mar 02 2013

This play is worthwhile seeing just for Lawrence Pressman's performance. The plot involves an oldtime leftist folk singer and his relationship with his two daughters.

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http://inkwelltheater.com

About the Ticket Supplier: Inkwell Theater

The Inkwell theater company is dedicated to producing new works that value the writer; a company where young artists and veterans alike can work in an environment of experimentation, support, and collaboration.

In the spring 2004, the company presented Only the Dead Know Burbank by Peter Lefcourt, followed by The Architect of Destiny by 25-year old Michael Gianakos; and Tango 'Til They're Sore, written and directed by 25-year-old Matthew Hancock. The company's fourth play, Sunset Park, by Marley Sims and Elliot Shoenman, ran for fourteen weeks and was published by Samuel French. Then came Michael Halperin's All Steps Necessary, which was based on a meeting called by Hermann Goering three days after the Kristallnacht pogrom. In 2007, Inkwell produced Moment in the Sun and in 2008 Old Glories. 2011 brought the Ovation-nominated production AfterMath, starring Annie Potts.