Venue Details

38 Star Starred
Bootleg Theater
2220 Beverly Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90057
213-389-3856
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Anna Incs Lantsman
Casual
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Street parking and there's a free lot across the street on Lake
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Anna Incs Lantsman
Has a full bar but no food
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The sweetest white dog greeted us
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Reviews & Ratings

8 ratings
3.3 average rating
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68 events
38 reviews
8 stars
attended Mar 21 2013

"Songs of Bilitis" is a famous song cycle, with lyrics by Pierre Louÿs and music by Claude Debussy, both of whom appear as characters in the multi-layered play. The... continued

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21 reviews
21 stars
attended Mar 16 2013

I tried very hard to like this play but from start to end it was pretty fragmented and bad. I had seen the Gogol Project in this theater about 4 years ago and thought... continued

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7 reviews
31 stars
attended Apr 06 2013

Brilliantly conceived, very well acted and clever set design and props! This production lived up to my high expectations. This is the second Rogue Artists Ensemble production I've had the pleasure of enjoying and I recommend them very highly!

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Website

http://www.rogueartists.org/

About the Ticket Supplier: Rogue Artists Ensemble

Rogue Artists Ensemble is a collective of multi-disciplinary artists who create Hyper-theater, an innovative hybrid of theater traditions, puppetry, mask work, dance, music, and modern technology. Through a collaborative development process, with an emphasis on design and storytelling, the Rogues create original, thought provoking performances. They cultivate unique audience experiences that appeal to multiple generations of theatergoers in order to expand the boundaries of contemporary American theater.