Venue Details

178 Star Starred
Fountain Theatre
5060 Fountain Ave Los Angeles, CA 90029
323-663-1525
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dusty whitted
ran late because I got lost but was able to park next door for 5.00. it was worth it.
Broomstick info Oct 24 2014 star this tip starred
Harold Burnett
Neighborhood parking for the most part.
The Brothers Size travel Aug 24 2014 star this tip starred
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Reviews & Ratings

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4.7 average rating
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89 events
76 reviews
1 stars
attended Mar 13 2014

Not dissimilar to "The Jazz Singer," this story about an orthodox Jew who wants to become a painter is a well acted & directed adaptation of the Chaim Potak novel. Another hit for the Fountain Theater.

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Anat
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53 reviews
36 stars
attended Apr 24 2014

Not much to say but EXCELLENT!
Highly recommended!

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40 reviews
9 stars
attended Mar 20 2014

a very worthwhile story, portrayed in a concise l l/2 hours. Really substance to think about!

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Website

http://www.fountaintheatre.com

Quotes & Highlights

This is an Ovation Recommended production.
“Director Stephen Sachs has assembled a terrific trio of actors for his production, and he directs them with sensitivity and finesse.” – Arts in LA
“Jewish or not, this moving culturally diverse play, which runs through April 19th, 2014, is one that you don’t want to miss.” – LA Splash Magazine
“Well, the superb Fountain Theatre and its resident genius-in-chief, Stephen Sachs, have done it again. They’ve mounted a just-about-perfect production.” – Cynthia Citron Reviews
“A piercing play, one that any child who went outside their parents’ expectations will feel shattered after seeing. The three cast members are outstanding.” – Jonas Schwartz, TheaterMania
“Versatile Joel Polis and Anna Khaja practically disappear into their respective diverse roles on each side of the secular-orthodox divide … While Asher’s story embraces lofty social and religious themes, it unfolds in achingly personal terms.” – Los Angeles Times (Critic’s Pick)

Description

My Name Is Asher Lev runs 100 minutes with no intermission.