Venue Details

39 Star Starred
Bootleg Theater
2220 Beverly Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90057
213-389-3856
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Don't be fooled by parking in the lot that says bootleg parking. It's $5. Park on the street for free if you find a spot.
Five Small Fires info Mar 17 2014 star this tip starred
Trudy Bush
I used google maps and the directions were AWFUL. Thank god for Siri.
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20 events
16 reviews
20 stars
attended Aug 19 2011

One mans story of accepting where he is at this point in his life. An outstanding performance HBO worthy! Do not miss this production!

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2 reviews
0 stars
attended Aug 19 2011

The Bootleg performance space is larger than expected and very comfortable seats. Parking was easy. The show was very inventive and enlightening. Strong work from Joe as well as the Direction and Design team. Worth seeing.

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1 review
0 stars
attended Aug 25 2011

As described, this was a one man show, which I thought would be interesting. My girlfriend and I showed up, excited for the show. However almost instantly, we were turned off by the awkward performance. Per the show plot, you would think that...continued

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Website

http://www.bootlegtheater.org/theater.html

Description

*Directed by Benjamin Byron Davis *

Joe Hernández-Kolski has performed all over the country, opening for everyone from comedian Carlos Mencia to Grammy-winning artists like Ozomatli and legendary musician John Mellencamp. He has quickly established quite a reputation for himself among many influential circles. His previous works have received accolades from leaders in both entertainment and academia. The Princeton graduate’s shows have often been described as part John Lequizamo and part George Carlin, which he considers the highest of compliments.