Venue Details

25 Star Starred
The Lyric Theatre
Between Clinton and Rosewood 520 North La Brea Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90038
323-852-3226
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Yummy Dirty Sue Martinis - 3 olives, $7! (not sure if there was vermouth, tho....)
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WARNING: park on SIDE streets. 'Got a ticket; 1 hr meters on Sunday and 1st half went a tad over.
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4.1 average rating
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7 reviews
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attended Apr 06 2012

This was a wonderful play...great performances by the actors, and the subject gave you something to think about after you left the theatre.

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86 reviews
31 stars
attended Apr 07 2012

It's hard to say enough good things about this play and the people who put it on. The play is great (I can't believe we got to see the world premiere of this entertaining and thought-provoking new play).

I saw many of these same actors in a...continued

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71 reviews
119 stars
attended Apr 15 2012

It was quite interesting. I really enjoyed the play. It left me wondering do I need to be reprogrammed? LOL I mean re-branded. The actors were very good.

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Website

http://www.lyrictheatrela.com/

Quotes & Highlights

“All in all, an original and intelligent idea that drew me in with its sincerity, humor and insight. I recommend it be seen.” —Mad Theatrics

Description

A world premiere of Jane Miller’s new play Feedback, directed by prolific LA blackbox director Craig Jessen. To cope with the loss of her mother, Holly spends her inheritance on a PR firm that specializes in rebranding people. Her entire life is put under a microscope by a hard-nosed professional and a free-wheeling eccentric who dissect every facet of her appearance, behavior, and relationships to create a new and improved version of herself. But as the firm’s techniques grow increasingly bizarre, will there be any room for the old Holly inside the new?

This production contains some profanity.