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50 Star Starred
David Henry Hwang Theater
Between E Temple and E 1st 120 Judge John Aiso St. Los Angeles, CA 90012
213-625-7000
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20 reviews
5 stars
attended Jun 15 2013

Excellent show. Great voices. Interesting choice for Anatoly.

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11 stars
attended May 30 2013

Grreat theater. Probably no more than 300 seats in the whole venue. Even the back row of the venue was a great seat. The performance was stellar. No fancy backdrops or set changes, The singing was outstanding.

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Quotes & Highlights

“…imaginative production…” —Los Angeles Times

Description

Chess 

Book by Richard Nelson 

Lyrics by Tim Rice 

Music by Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus 

Directed by Tim Dang 

Musical Direction by Marc Macalintal 

Choreography by Marc Oka 

Featuring: Joan Almedilla, Elijah Rock, Victor E. Chan, Carey Rebecca Brown, Ray A. Rochelle, Michael Alexander Henry and Ryan Castellino with Cesar Cipriano, Stephanie Mieko Cohen, Jasmine Ejan, Shay Louise, D.T. Matias, Maegan McConnell, Alex Sanchez and Justin Vasquez. 

This production contains mature content and is not suitable for young children. This production contains haze, loud music, and the use of the aisles.

About the Ticket Supplier: East West Players

East West Players (EWP), the nation’s first and foremost Asian Pacific American Theatre, was founded in 1965 by nine individuals with the unprecedented idea of creating a home dedicated to promoting Asian Pacific American work and talent not available under Hollywood’s limited opportunities for Asian Americans.