Venue Details

16460 Star Starred
Ahmanson Theatre
at the Music Center 135 North Grand Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90012
213-628-2772
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15 events
8 reviews
7 stars
Don't go unless you love strange avant garde
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5 stars
There are several places to eat at the Music Center. The Spotlight Café is a carry out with sandwiches, soup and salads. There are also two sit-down restaurants with good food.
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3.9 average rating
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609 events
306 reviews
71 stars
attended Dec 10 2013

The one part I liked about the performance was the creativity displayed in the staging. However, had it been presented on a small stage, for not more than 60 to 75 minutes, it could have been a delightful children's performance. It was shown at...continued

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71 events
15 reviews
27 stars
attended Dec 26 2013

Other people seemed to be really enjoying this, but we left at intermission. I can understand on an intellectual level why some people might have thought this was good, but it wasn't something you could just sit back, relax, and enjoy. It...

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8 reviews
75 stars
attended Dec 08 2013

We left at intermission I am surprised to say. The story just seemed awfully mundane and boring. The first Act took a little over and hour to basically set up that Peter and 2 other orphans have been sold to some guy on an island who is going to...continued

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Website

http://www.centertheatregroup.org/tickets/Peter-and-the-Starcatcher/

Quotes & Highlights

Check out the official theatrical trailer for Peter and the Starcatcher.

Description

This production is recommended for families, especially for children ages 10 and older.

Based on the novel by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson

Written by Rick Elice

Directed by Roger Rees and Alex Timbers

Music by Wayne Barker