Venue Details

3694 Star Starred
Ahmanson Theatre
at the Music Center 135 North Grand Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90012
213-628-2772 (CTG plays and musicals), 213-972-0711 (Dance at the Music Center events)
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Member Tips

Barbara Kavanaugh
Snacks inside theatre
info Mar 16 2009 star this tip starred
Melanie L.
Nothing but bottled water is allowed inside the theatre even though they sell snacks and drinks.
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E M R
Matinee is casual.
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E M R
Parking in underground garage - prepay $8
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Marianna
No intermission... 2 hours!
info Mar 16 2009 star this tip starred
Sona
Parking took forever--and we had to park in the overflow area across the tunnel..
info Mar 16 2009 star this tip starred
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Reviews & Ratings

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4.1 average rating
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20 reviews
26 stars
attended Mar 14 2009

The play was structured much like the recent movie, and surprisingly, the movie played better. I usually prefer live theater, but in this case, the movie had more impact and immediacy, and Stacey Keach's Nixon was not nearly as compelling.

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10 reviews
17 stars
attended Mar 11 2009

The seats were GREAT! BUT... having seen the film with the amazing performances by Frank Langella and Michael Sheen, I was spoiled.

Rent the movie and steer clear of this underwhelming performance by Stacy Keach.

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31 events
28 reviews
40 stars
attended Mar 11 2009

Great seats. Well written, well acted, intelligent drama. My husband even liked it.

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Website

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Description

In this fast-paced Tony Award-nominated new play, British talk show host David Frost interviews former President Richard Nixon about the Watergate scandal. Written by Peter Morgan, screenwriter of The Last King of Scotland, Frost/Nixon dramatizes how Frost was able to elicit the apology that the rest of the world was waiting to hear from the former president.