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2308 Star Starred
Geffen Playhouse - Gil Cates Theater
10886 Le Conte Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90024
310-208-5454
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Parking was easy in the lot right next door. $7 for the Thursday night I was there.
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I highly recommend Palomino. It's about 2-3 blocks from the theater and the food and service are excellent.
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4.3 average rating
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Michael M. Landman-Karny Red Velvet
165 events
35 reviews
85 stars
attended Nov 23 2009

An intriguing (if overlong) script was marred by bad directorial and acting choices. The acting lacked subtlety and modulation.

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9 reviews
3 stars
attended Nov 23 2009

Brilliant writing and hard working, spot on cast. One of the most thought provoking and powerful plays we've attended in quite some time. Tense drama with wonderfully wry comedic moments throughout. I would recommend Equivocation highly, but not...continued

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79 reviews
54 stars
attended Nov 19 2009

Great writing and solid performances. Maybe not for all audiences - too serious? There were a few empty seats after intermission. It's long, the performance came down at 10:58, but it's an immensely rewarding journey. Dress warmly - the...continued

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Description

Join Shakespeare and his winsome troupe in this fantastic new tale that satiates Bard-loving purists and advocates of groundbreaking theater alike. The runaway hit of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival and a sure-to-be classic, _Equivocation _pits the poetry of the world’s greatest playwright against the word of his King. Written in modern English with playful allusions to some of the Bard’s greatest works, Equivocation’s gripping narrative, keen humor and political intrigue culminate in what critics are calling “dazzling,” “a masterful work” and “the must-see play of the season.”