Venue Details

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Theatrecraft Playhouse
7445A Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90046
818-465-3213
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travel

Parking is free
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dining

Dine before you go
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Sybil Blazej-Yee
Or, add your own...Eat next door at the Moun of Tunis, a Moroccan restaurant with the same parking lot as the Theatrecraft Playhouse. The food is magnificent, the restaurant has a great deal of ambiance and the owner is charming.
dining Sep 23 2013 star this tip starred
Sybil Blazej-Yee
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travel Sep 23 2013 star this tip starred

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266 events
128 reviews
437 stars
attended Aug 09 2013

Definitely worth seeing. Interesting plot and good performances all around.

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67 reviews
7 stars
attended Jul 28 2013

Very high-quality production with a storyline that held my interest and raised interesting ethical questions to ponder. The actors for the most part were very believable,... continued

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9 reviews
48 stars
attended Oct 05 2013

I don't know which was worse, the script or the acting. The prosecutor was so bad he was almost laughable. Only two actors, the defense atty and the hospital assistant, should be allowed on a stage.

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http://www.rebeccasgamble.com

Quotes & Highlights

“The compelling thing about this thoughtfully written script is that it explores in detail some topical scientific, ethical and legal subjects that are easily grasped. Cast performances … are quite good.” —LA Weekly
“[The] roles are effectively covered by an excellent ensemble cast … The writing by Robert Begam (a nationally recognized attorney) and the prolific Art Shulman, is hard hitting and accurate. —”Reviewplays.com":http://reviewplays.com/7-13-rax-rebgmbl.htm
“Combining excellent acting and thoughtful writing, Rebecca’s Gamble presents arguments for and against cryonics through extremely realistic courtroom action. Director Rick Walters gets high energy, fine timing and intensity from his cast.”  —Tolucan Times
“Excellent performances … Rick Walters’ dramatic direction gives theatrical life to the courtroom atmosphere.” —Not Born Yesterday