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Skirball Cultural Center
2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90049
310-440-4500
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6 reviews
9 stars
attended Feb 11 2011

We enjoyed the show.Marsha Mason was the supposed attraction but as it turned out she had the smallest part in the play.All of the other actor were good especially yhe actress who plyed Susanna.One in our party did not like it.

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5 reviews
14 stars
attended Feb 10 2011

My friend & I enjoyed the taping. It was her 1st experience & she's looking forward to going again. The play wasn't stellar & the pace was a bit off but it was still fun.

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2 reviews
7 stars
attended Feb 11 2011

I would not recommend this piece. I did not think it had sufficiently paced timing or dialogue for radio theater. Second Act was better than the first, but compared to other LATW shows I was very disappointed and am surprised it was a pulitzer...continued

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Description

Suzanna (Emily Bergl) sends her best friend Max (Matt Letscher) on a blind date with her husband’s co-worker, the mysterious Becky Shaw. But when Becky arrives over-dressed for the date, it’s clear things will not go as planned. And then there’s Suzanna’s mother (Marsha Mason) who adds her own element of chaos. Mixing sharp wit with taut suspense, this Pulitzer Prize-finalist is a comedy of blind dates and bad manners that keeps you on the edge of your seat!

About the Ticket Supplier: L.A. Theatre Works

L.A. Theatre Works, founded in 1974, has produced the world's finest audio theatre for over a decade. Unlike any theatre you've ever seen or heard before, all performances are recorded live for future broadcast on satellite and public radio stations worldwide. No costumes or sets.