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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Casual
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Street parking on Melrose isn't fun, good luck!
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Park on Spaulding. Easy.
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The theater was nicer and more comfortable than we expected.
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Yo...a beer in the lobby before the show was EXACTLY needed
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Beer/soda/snacks in the lobby
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Reviews & Ratings

43 ratings
4.9 average rating
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7 reviews
5 stars
attended Feb 11 2012

I had a great time at this show. The performers were excellent and the show was genuinely funny. Highly recommended and would see it again.

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13 reviews
7 stars
attended Feb 11 2012

Honestly, one of the funniest things I've ever seen on the stage.

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10 reviews
9 stars
attended Jan 21 2012

I LOVED this performance! I wish I had ignored the name of the production and took my three teens to see it. I think they would have profited from the allegorical teachings presented so cleverly.

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Website

http://inkwelltheater.com/

About the Ticket Supplier: Inkwell Theater

The Inkwell theater company is dedicated to producing new works that value the writer; a company where young artists and veterans alike can work in an environment of experimentation, support, and collaboration.

In the spring 2004, the company presented Only the Dead Know Burbank by Peter Lefcourt, followed by The Architect of Destiny by 25-year old Michael Gianakos; and Tango 'Til They're Sore, written and directed by 25-year-old Matthew Hancock. The company's fourth play, Sunset Park, by Marley Sims and Elliot Shoenman, ran for fourteen weeks and was published by Samuel French. Then came Michael Halperin's All Steps Necessary, which was based on a meeting called by Hermann Goering three days after the Kristallnacht pogrom. In 2007, Inkwell produced Moment in the Sun and in 2008 Old Glories. 2011 brought the Ovation-nominated production AfterMath, starring Annie Potts.