Venue Details

227 Star Starred
Odyssey Theatre
2055 S Sepulveda Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90025
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Goldstar Member
They have a lot in front. Parking seems to be free now (?). There used to be a small charge. Or if you get there early enough you can find a spot across the street on sepulveda.
travel Oct 22 2013 star this tip starred
Kenyon At Work
Yummy snack bar desserts!
dining Nov 04 2013 star this tip starred
After the show, have a late meal on Sawtelle, Asian restaurants galore.
dining Nov 11 2013 star this tip starred
Good ethnic food nearby in West LA.
dining Nov 18 2013 star this tip starred
Joan M
You are just blocks from Sawtelle...the street of dreams if you like Japanese food
dining Nov 25 2013 star this tip starred

Reviews & Ratings

53 ratings
4.4 average rating
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235 events
93 reviews
40 stars
attended Oct 27 2013

Wonderful show, acting superb, great story. Loved it!!

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Susan Nord
26 events
10 reviews
15 stars
attended Oct 18 2013

Excellent actors! Great theater!

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124 events
10 reviews
3 stars
attended Oct 25 2013

Loved it! Great play. Great work of actors. This play doesn't and can't have an intermission- you breath in before it starts and don't breath out until the end. A must see!

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Quotes & Highlights

“Thrilling … A wild ride through a deadly carnival fun house.” -Los Angeles Times
“Pick of the week” —LA Weekly
“A sweet shot of extraordinary theatre that will entertain until the very end with eloquent staging and a great script, bound nicely with the superb acting.” -The Los Angeles Post
“Well written, well presented, and well worth your time.” -Santa Monica Daily Press
“A surgically precise yet emotion-rending study in psychological assassination with a touch of dark humor thrown in.” -Arts in LA
“Superb, a razor-sharp drama highlighted by Jack Stehlin’s devilishly entertaining performance.” -LAist
“It’s fascinating to watch this Svengali-like Gustav perform what he brazenly calls an ‘autopsy on a human soul’ … Trainer’s trio carries out this dark, neo-Darwinian comedy with effortless efficiency.” -Stage and Cinema