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21 Star Starred
Lounge Theatre
On the corner of Santa Monica and El Centro 6201 Santa Monica Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90038
323-469-9988
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Reviews & Ratings

81 ratings
4.3 average rating
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4 reviews
17 stars
attended Jul 19 2007

A great show! Absolutely hilarious, with wonderful performances from the entire cast. MELISSA PETERMAN performed the night I attended (she alternates with MO COLLINS) and she completely stole the show with her hysterical, brilliantly timed, and...continued

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4 reviews
7 stars
attended Jul 26 2007

This play is THE MOST RIOTOUS stage production I have seen. Danny Schmitz KILLS (oh yes) as Rhoda, and Mo Collins as Mr. & Mrs. Daigle is off the hook! We'll go again; I'm buying more tickets right now!

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26 reviews
19 stars
attended Jul 20 2007

Having seen the original movie, I had NO idea what to expect. I laughed out loud at the antics of the cast. The interpretation of this play is definitely original. There were moments when the cast cracked each other up, reminiscent of the Carol...continued

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Quotes & Highlights

“Hilarious camp revival.” —LA Times, Critic’s Choice
“The entire cast finds moments of uproarious humor.” —LA Weekly
“Campy and supremely silly.”_ -Frontiers_
“Within five minutes of the play’s opening I was giggling, by the show’s end, my sides hurt.” _-The Gay and Lesbian Times_
“Turns Maxwell Anderson’s downbeat play into comic madness.” —The Hollywood Independent

Description

Buzzworks Theater Company announces the return of their riotous 1997 remake of Bad Seed, by Maxwell Anderson, a chilling horror story of an eight-year-old murderess who was born without pity. First opening on Broadway in 1954 and banned by the Legion of Decency because of homosexual references and questionable Freudian theories, Bad Seed asks the shocking question, “Could murder be an inherited trait?”