Barrymore: One-Man Show About the Legendary Actor
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The last date listed for Barrymore was Sunday December 1, 2013 / 7:00pm.
Currently at Greenway Court Theatre:
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It's an opera in the most rock-infused sense of the word. Cindy Shapiro's modern retelling of the ancient Greek myth about the original princess is a stylistic musical hybrid of post-modernism and rock. This theatrical fever-dream imagines the human princess Psyche and the god Eros falling wildly in love -- but Eros' mother, Aphrodite, has other plans. Psyche finds herself thrust into a netherworld where she faces challenge after daunting challenge in the name of true love. Can she survive? Will she go the distance to overcome the wrath of Aphrodite to take her place in the universe as a true hero who will change the world and the very nature of love forever? Learn More
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Richard G
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A great play! Gordon Goodman's fine performance brought John Barrymore back to life, giving me a chance to "meet" him for the very first time. A fond and humorous - and yes, melancholy - tribute to an aging Hollywood legend attempting to halt a downward spiral before the curtain falls on his life. Well written and well acted. Highly recommend.
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BARRYMORE is sheer perfection. I had high expectations given the highly successful production history of director, Janet Miller, but this show went above and beyond. Gordon Goodman takes us on a journey that we don't want to leave. He is poignant,...continued
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“…a performance with craft and wit…commanding, impish and tragic. Goodman tosses off the play’s many ribald jokes and one-liners with aplomb, and has a winking, wry rapport with the audience…” —LA Weekly
Goodman delivers “a wonderful understanding of this larger than life actor…riveting…hopefully this show will bring a spotlight to this marvelous performer.” —Stage Happenings
“…mind-bendingly powerful production…(Goodman is) in turns, he is charming, elegant, bawdy, animated, self-deprecating, hilarious, bitter, “off color” … and captivating throughout. —__”Tolucan Times":http://tolucantimes.info/section/theatre_review/its-funny-but-now-that-the-days-are-shorter-and-darkness-comes-sooner/__
December 1, 2013: A friendly traffic warning that the Hollywood Christmas parade will be presented Sunday night starting at 5:00pm. Parade organizers are going to be closing the route area, which is basically the box of streets defined by La Brea – Hollywood Boulevard – Vine – Sunset. They will also be closing the Cahuenga and Highland on and off-ramps of the 101 Highway between that afternoon until 10:00pm.