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136 Star Starred
Rockwell: Table & Stage
1714 N. Vermont Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90027
323-669-1550
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You can sit at a regular table or at an elevated bar table. Either provides a great view of the performance. The performance takes place in various parts of the room. Lighting is great. Sound and acoustics are magnificent. If your view is blocked by part of the architecture, it's only for a few minutes. Also, there's so much other activity going on that you're not really missing the center of focus. Everything feeds into the entire performance.
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Getting into the theater is not the traditional mode. No matter what your abilities (handicapped accessibility is at the rear), you enter via the back door. To do otherwise means you literally crawl over all the people already seated in order to get to the back of the room and be told to stand in line at the back door.
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4.7 average rating
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26 events
5 reviews
13 stars
attended Aug 22 2014

We loved the show!! Our Goldstar premium seats were right in front of the stage. Of course, there are no bad seats as the performers work the entire theater. However, no matter how many theater events you attend it is unusual to be just three...continued

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1 review
0 stars
attended Aug 30 2014

Super fun and talented performers! The show was great but the table service was terrible. The staff was slammed and we didn't get half if what we ordered. The venue is awesome but they need to prepare staff better.

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126 events
103 reviews
182 stars
attended Aug 29 2014

I appreciated the attempt to weave a story around Alanis Morissette's great iconic rock and pop songs, but the story was weak and the young cast gave a pretty amateurish performance. Okay, we get it: the pop songs are about angst, but does every...continued

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