Venue Details

10 Star Starred
Third Street Theatre
8115 W. 3rd Street Los Angeles, CA 90048
323-655-9232
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Goldstar Member
I found after I arrived that the theatre does have valet parking
The Burnt Part Boys travel Oct 07 2013 star this tip starred
Ileene Morris
The weather was sunny, windy, etc.. I wore a sweater, flip-flops, etc..
The Burnt Part Boys dress Sep 16 2013 star this tip starred

Reviews & Ratings

37 ratings
4.3 average rating
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164 events
65 reviews
0 stars
attended Sep 15 2013

The musical itself is not great - the story it trite and the music and lyrics are pedestrian and unmemorable. The cast is mediocre at best, and the singing is often off key. Made 90 minutes feel like 3 hours.

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1 review
1 stars
attended Sep 08 2013

Wonderful. Talented cast. I would see it again !!!!

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79 reviews
39 stars
attended Oct 12 2013

For the full write-up, with links, see http://cahighways.org/wordpress/?p=8633

Journeys and hills. That’s a good characterization of yesterday. We journeyed over a hill yesterday afternoon to celebrate the life journey of a friend that passed...continued

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Quotes & Highlights

“Director Richard Israel’s intimate and beautifully atmospheric production crackles with youthful energy … the bluegrassy songs are executed with heart and gusto.” -_LA Weekly (Go!)
“_The Burnt Part Boys
feels truly original both in the characters drawn by book writer Elder and lyricist Tysen … and in composer Miller’s complex yet gorgeous melodies …_ The Burnt Part Boys_ may well end up searing your heart as it did mine." —StageSceneLA
“There’s much to admire in director Richard Israel’s assured staging, in tandem with a fine design team and a fervent cast … an original, family-friendly parable.” -Los Angeles Times