Venue Details

252 Star Starred
Odyssey Theatre
2055 S. Sepulveda Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90025
310-477-2055
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Lucy R. Red Velvet
There is free parking next to theater. To enjoy some drinks like soda & coffee & snacks for purchase, arrive 20 min. prior to performance. Drinks & food not allowed in theater.
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I wish the theater would replace the sofas with ones with a higher back. The current low backs are extremely uncomfortable.
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Reviews & Ratings

54 ratings
4.4 average rating
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248 events
103 reviews
51 stars
attended Oct 27 2013

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

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146 events
14 reviews
8 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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Susan Nord
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11 reviews
18 stars
attended Oct 18 2013

Excellent actors! Great theater!

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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