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72 Star Starred
Pico Playhouse
10508 W Pico Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90064
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12 events
2 reviews
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Street parking was easy. Lots of great restaurants nearby including the Apple Pan
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13 stars
friendly, relaxed atmosphere in the theater.
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4.2 average rating
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239 events
203 reviews
11 stars
attended Oct 30 2010

I was disappointed. I expected Neil Simon to be funny. This play had only a few chuckles. The excellent performances of the four actors was wasted.

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68 reviews
3 stars
attended Oct 15 2010

This play is a classic of its era and well worth reviving. Actually, the themes it raises are not all that irrelevant to our own era. It's touching in a bumbling, clumsy way. The acting is first-rate, and the set is beyond what normally one might...continued

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40 reviews
72 stars
attended Oct 15 2010

well done. do not release my email address please. thank you

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Quotes & Highlights

“…extraordinarily funny and yet also charming.”—New York Times
“…delightfully hilarious and witty, as well as filled with wisdom about human nature…”—New York Post


Barney Cashman, a middle-aged married man wants to join the sexual revolution of the 1960s before it’s too late. This gentle soul, with no experience in adultery, has three liasons, each more hilarious than the last.

Directed by Howard Teichman.

About the Ticket Supplier: West Coast Jewish Theatre

The West Coast Jewish Theatre is a California non-profit corporation devoted to the quality production of dramatic and comedic plays, musical theatre, revues and special performances. Their mission is to portray Jewish history, philosophy and culture through theatrical productions dealing with Jewish life in days past, present and future. Through these presentations they hope to foster a respect for and understanding of the Jewish heritage.