West Coast Premiere of A Picasso at the Geffen Playhouse
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The last date listed for A Picasso was Thursday March 15, 2007 / 8:00pm.
Currently at Geffen Playhouse - Audrey Skirball Kenis Theater:
- Full Price:
- $62.00 - $67.00
- Our Price:
- $32.00 - $34.50
The hilarious, fast-talking Ms. Dixie Longate serves up a delicious mix of Southern sass, heartfelt stories, audience participation and outrageous giveaways as she brings her one-woman show to the Geffen Playhouse. This laugh-filled show doubles as a real-life, fun-filled Tupperware party -- and you're the guest of honor! A hit off-Broadway, Longate received a Drama Desk Award nomination for her performance. She keeps things fresh by spoofing, showing off and selling the most up-to-date Tupperware products available for purchase, actually making her the company's top sales representative in all of North America. This is one Tupperware party you definitely don't want to miss. Learn More
We parked in the lot recommended on the website. But then when we walked over to the theatre, we discovered a lot right next to the Playhouse for $7 flat rate. The one we parked in was on $4 with validation, but it would have been nice to know about the closer lot. The cheaper lot was only 2 blocks away, but people who have trouble walking or running a little late would probably appreciate parking in the closer lot.Dixie's Tupperware Party travel • Aug 25 2014 star this tip starred
Reviews & Ratings
Quotes & Highlights
“We have met Pablo Picasso, protean artistic genius. We are familiar with Pablo Picasso, voracious devourer and discarder of women. Now please welcome Pablo Picasso, quipmeister par excellence. " —Charles Isherwood, New York Times
“One of the pleasures of A Picasso is that, as always, Hatcher is a master of clever dialogue.” —Jackie Demaline, The Cincinnati Enquirer
Written by Jeffrey Hatcher
Directed by Gilbert Cates
Starring Roma Downey and Peter Michael Goetz
Set in 1941, during the German occupation of Paris, Picasso is secreted to a dusty underground vault where he encounters a beautiful young Gestapo art critic-turned -interrogator. The sexy inquisitor’s job is to get Picasso to authenticate three of his paintings amidst the vault full of artwork confiscated by the Nazis so that it can be publicly burned. It’s Picasso under pressure. Who will win this cat-and-mouse game?