Venue Details

27 Star Starred
The Matrix Theatre
between N Spaulding and N Stanley 7657 Melrose Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90046
323-852-1445
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Member Tips

GLARe
Street parking - watch those meter times !!
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GLARe
Casual - this is melrose
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mprove
Free parking after 8 PM.
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Marsi Gore
Went to ROFL next door; food was good and service was quick.
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Marsi Gore
There was wine and some snacks available.
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Stephen Seiferheld May
Clothing optional.
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Reviews & Ratings

26 ratings
3.8 average rating
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3 events
2 reviews
0 stars
attended Feb 22 2013

Terrific acting, but the piece itself was onerous, repetitive, and taxing.

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102 events
70 reviews
9 stars
attended Mar 28 2013

Good performances all round. Enjoyed the.... until I left my phone under my seat.......

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25 events
19 reviews
1 stars
attended Feb 21 2013

found the cast less then pleasing. Could not understand the young girl.

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Quotes & Highlights

“Jennifer Chambers directs with great intensity while maintaining unflagging forward momentum despite a complicated flashback structure.” —Hollywood Reporter
“Playwright Andrea Kuchlewska combines unlikely ingredients in her comedy: an est-like training program for self-realization, the art/science of linguistics and a stormy love affair involving a pair of obsessive linguists.” —LA Weekly
“The play goes back and forth in time, and director Jennifer Chambers, who was once a self-help coach, choreographs the action smoothly, so that we follow the time shifts easily. Under her guidance, the interactions between actors and audience flow effortlessly, and she has subtly interwoven the hilarity with stunningly painful moments.”  —Backstage