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Geffen Playhouse - Gil Cates Theater
10886 Le Conte Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90024
310-208-5454
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18 events
9 reviews
3 stars
If you get there at 6:00, there is street parking (parking meter) which is a lot more reasonable than the parking lots.
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18 reviews
4 stars
or, add your own... If you arrive within 2 hours of 8:00 p.m. and are lucky enough to get an available parking space on the street at a meter it will cost you $2.00 ($1.00) per hour) which is very reasonable compared to parking lot expense.
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27 events
14 reviews
20 stars
attended Dec 31 2009

Ricky Jay is, as we'd say in Boston, wicked awesome. I'd go so far as to say he's wicked pissa awesome. He may even be, like Bill Irwin, something of a national treasure: heir, curator and master practitioner of a multifaceted set of traditions...continued

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15 reviews
15 stars
attended Dec 31 2009

This was not a show. By that I mean all the parts combined didn't add up to entertainment worthy of an audience. More like a history channel lecture or internet collection of curiosities. The last act was an exercise in tedium, as the audience...continued

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217 events
68 reviews
29 stars
attended Jan 03 2010

Count me among the disappointed.
Sure I loved the stories, but I expected more.
A lot more.
Jay in front of a computer screen showing off a few of his collection of broadsides and telling stories makes for an entertaining evening, but not for...continued

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Website

http://www.geffenplayhouse.com/rickyjay

Description

Ricky Jay

A Rogue’s Gallery – An Evening of Conversation and Performance

David Mamet, Director of Prison Operations

The Geffen Playhouse is the only Los Angeles theater to host this internationally lauded performer in a decade. All previous productions have sold out – don’t miss this innovative new show before it heads to New York.