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Odyssey Theatre
2055 S. Sepulveda Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90025
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3 stars
Ate after the show at one of the many Japanese restaurants on Sawtelle, just across the 405 freeway.
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8 stars
The theater is freezing cold.
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16 reviews
7 stars
attended Oct 20 2012

This is the third time I have seen this incredibly gifted group. Their ensemble work is smooth and hilarious without ever "trying" to be funny. The understanding of the genre- not just by the actors but the lighting and sound guy, as well, is as...continued

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28 stars
attended Oct 20 2012

This was my third Impro Theater performance and like the others, it was excellent. One of the most fun and interesting aspects of this particular format was to watch how each of the four "episodes" started in a relatively ordinary situation, and...continued

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Check out Goldstar member reviews for the previous run of Impro Theatre’s Unscripted plays at Odyssey Theatre.
“Masters of evanescence, the performers at Impro Theatre assemble the theatrical equivalents of sand sculptures. Their shows are seen for one night only, never to be repeated…the performers are uniformly professional, comfortable in their skins and with one another…the show’s amazingly deft sound and lighting improvisers create spur-of-the-moment effects that are crucial to the fun.” —Los Angeles Times
Chekhov Unscripted is] the most authentic and thoughtful staging of Anton Chekhov I’ve experienced in America…The play remained from first to last rich with symbol and theme…I laughed and wept..I’ve rarely seen a company so thoroughly comprehend the bizarre hyperreality of this writer’s universe…I’m seeing this as many times as I can before its run ends.” --Stage and Cinema