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The last date listed for Buddha: A Fantastic Journey was Sunday April 1, 2012 / 3:00pm.
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Billed as "an original work that weaves together collective hysteria, ritualistic frenzy, California Spiritual Extremism, and the mystic rites of ancient Greece," Five Small Fires lights up the stage, courtesy of the acclaimed experimental performance ensemble known as Poor Dog Group. Set at a community center, a dark secret among revolutionaries from a New Age movement sparks an internal conflict that leads to a series of life tests, which are broadcast online, and ultimately result in a community connected through celebratory dance, ritual and "radical apocalyptic anarchy." Learn More
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Annette MannRed Velvet
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I probably would have appreciated this show more if I could have stayed awake. The subject matter was dense. The performer had a monotone. The music was relaxing. The room was warm. I really looked forward to learning about Buddhism, but all I got was a good sleep venue.
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Great show, inspiring. Well done!!! Highly recommend!
Great funky place to see a show. They have live bands after the main show.
Venue:plenty of street parking available along with designated parking across the street by the church fro $3.00.
Quotes & Highlights
- "An entertaining and, yes, enlightening." --<em>LA Weekly</em>
- "Brenner breathes new life into Buddha." --<em>Los Angeles Times</em>
- "Brenner, with his wonderful performance, seems to capture infinity in a single moment." --<em>Neon Tommy</em>
The performance runs 70 minutes with no intermission.