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Just a word of warning- avoid parking at the Target parking lot. Save yourself a lot of hassle and pay the $7.00 to park in the Geffen parking lot. I parked at the Target lot to save $2.00. Ugh! They have Gestapo parking lot attendents.
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Go to the W hotel and have appetizers by the pool, then it's only a few blocks to walk to the Geffen theatre
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4.5 average rating
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26 reviews
5 stars
attended Mar 06 2014

Very solid play entertaining wasn't the best thing I've seen all year but it was great see William Peterson in action

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374 reviews
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attended Mar 25 2014

4.5 stars. An evening well-spent. Nicely done piece - a rich plot with nuanced writing and acting. The set worked well, was fun to look at while not distracting from the story. Good set-up of seating around stage - the Geffen makes remarkably...continued

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9 stars
attended Apr 24 2014

Always a better idea for the Geffen not to home grow a production and just bring one in. It was enchanting and brilliant.

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Quotes & Highlights

“The skillful pace of the revelations keeps the action engrossing and thought-provoking as it moves from the initial awkwardness into increasingly tense, emotional terrain, exploring questions of character and fate, the many ways tragedy can unmoor a life and the power of family to both wound and heal.” —Los Angeles Times

:William Petersen and Rae Gray make an absorbingly off-kilter onstage pair." —Time Out Chicago
“The intriguing chemistry between these two masters of the intimate stage is delicious to observe.” —Chicago Sun-Times
“Engaging, compassionate and well-written.” —_Chicago Tribune


April 1 & 8 & 15, 2014: Talk Back Tuesdays

Talk Back Tuesdays give theater lovers with a thirst for deeper conversation a chance to discuss plot, character, themes or any other questions they might have directly with the artists. This stimulating series includes pre-show coffee and tea tastings, compliments of Peet’s Coffee & Tea, as well as a chance to interact with the actors — and the occasional playwright or director — when they come out on stage after the show and take questions from the audience.


April 24, 2014: Girls’ Night Out*

It’s a globally accepted piece of pop-culture that girls just wanna have fun, and this Signature Series was designed with that in mind; although of course, gentlemen are welcome to join as well. These unique after-parties only happen once during each production, and every Girls’ Night Out features partnerships with different lifestyle experts, brands or products that keep patrons on the cusp of what’s hot in L.A. Each night is completely different with after-parties ranging from private shopping events to restaurant tastings, but every Girls’ Night Out promises a festive evening of theater followed by an utterly unique party complete with complimentary drinks, appetizers, photo booth and a takeaway beauty gift.

Please arrive early and request your wristband at our Girls’ Night Out check-in table set in the theater’s main lobby starting at 7:00pm. Without a wristband, you cannot attend the after-party.

This production is approximately 90 minutes with no intermission.

This performance contains smoking.