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74 Star Starred
The MET Theatre
1089 N. Oxford Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90029
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Besure to park in the $6.00 lot about 2 blocks east of the theater on Santa Monica Blvd.--new and has a guard there all evening.
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26 ratings
2.8 average rating
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3 reviews
4 stars
attended May 18 2012

Although a beautiful theatre and well-organized company, this production was a flop. I would say a good portion of the problem was with direction. Jason Robert Brown writes sophisticated material and the direction deserves some complexity. Aside...continued

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attended Jun 03 2012

The show was done in a very amateurish fashion. At times the singers were off key when attempting to harmonize and it was painful to listen to. With the exception of “Woman #1” the acting was simply awful. The choreography, which is supposedly...continued

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Quotes & Highlights

“The stars of the show were all wonderfully talented … While they all sang with energy and professionalism,  I especially liked AnnaLisa [Erickson,] whose performance reminded me somewhat of Bette Midler.” -LA Splash
A small cast… and a small but dynamic band, led by Director and DOMA Theatre Company cofounder Marco Gomez, have done an excellent job of presenting Brown’s captivating music." -Examiner


Soaring melodies and irresistible rhythms mark this collection of story-songs by composer Jason Robert Brown ( 13, Parade). Sixteen driving, exquisitely crafted songs tell sixteen unique stories peopled by characters of today. Songs for a New World chronicles the lives of four characters each who have hit a brick wall and who are forced to make major life changing decisions, take a stand on the conflicts they face in their personal lives or turn around and go back. Throughout the narratives chronicled in this song cycle musical, each character gains deeper insight into human emotion, fear, love, anger and hope for a better tomorrow.

This production contains fog and haze.