Venue Details

4 Star Starred
The Shakespeare Center of Los Angeles
1238 W. First Street Los Angeles, CA 90026
800-595-4849
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Member Tips

Goldstar Member
Not much street parking. $4 for valet
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Goldstar Member
Casual wear
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Goldstar Member
Wine, no food
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Goldstar Member
Not necessary to serve food, but if there is wine, a bit of food would be appropriate.
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Goldstar Member
Street parking is limited - nice to know in advance if there will be valet parking available.
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Goldstar Member
This was a nice opportunity to experience the Shakespeare
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Reviews & Ratings

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4.5 average rating
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3 reviews
3 stars
attended Oct 19 2012

I would have enjoyed this show more if it had not turned out to be a workshop for which the audience were asked to give feedback, if Klimer had been able to remember his... continued

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1 review
1 stars
attended Oct 19 2012

Citizen Twain was such a special experience for me, I will never forget it!
I mean REALLY Val Kilmer...I have always felt he is such a genuine actor and gives his ALL to... continued

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attended Oct 19 2012

The art of theatrical illusion. Val has not lost his touch with captivating the audience with his convincing delivery of the most important American writers of all time. A must see!!

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Website

http://www.valkilmer.com

Description

Relentless comedy, great wit, soaring song and striking prose, Citizen Twain, created and performed by Val Kilmer, celebrates the marvel of Mark Twain’s words which, according to Kilmer’s Twain, “form the ladder to my heaven.”  Compelling storytelling was Twain’s lifeline and in Citizen Twain, those stories roll as unabated as a steamboat down the Mississippi. Kilmer’s hilarious and uncanny reincarnation of Mark Twain proves the news of Twain’s death has been greatly exaggerated.