Venue Details

150 Star Starred
Los Angeles Theatre Center
between W 5th and W 6th 514 S. Spring St. Los Angeles, CA 90013
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Irene T.
Had dinner after the show at Pete's Cafe and Bar -- great food within walking distance of the theater. Next door to Baco Mercat, where we could not get a reservation when we called 5 days before.
Non-Stop Sounds dining Jul 21 2014 star this tip starred
Rachelle M StClair
The theatre was warm. U will not need a sweater. Parking across the street is $8.00.
Bright Light City info Jun 17 2014 star this tip starred
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attended May 25 2013

Th e play was AMAZING. I had a great time, it made me laugh, cry, and cherish life and my past experiences. I strongly recommend attend the play.

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Quotes & Highlights

“[A] stunning and courageous autobiographical one-woman show … Marie’s vibrant presence onstage is proof that she survived. But more miraculous is the empathy that illuminates her portrayals of the relatives who hurt her.” -Los Angeles Times (Critic’s Choice)
“This truly is a beautiful play … each character stands out distinct and idiosyncratic. Under Geoffrey Rivas’ sensitive and precise direction, this world premiere of what started as a spoken word monologue becomes a fully realized drama … the story it tells is universal.” —Theatre Spoken Here
“Jozanne’s vulnerability as an actor while performing her own life story coupled with her passion for living her life beautifully brings out themes of forgiveness, love and resilience in this spoken word one-woman play. In addition to telling a compelling, thought-provoking story, Beautiful wonderfully exemplifies theater as a powerful tool for social change.”