Venue Details

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The Groundlings Theatre
Between Poinsettia and Fuller 7307 Melrose Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90046
323-934-4747 information
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Dine before you go
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The weather was very cold. . I wore a coat throughout the play and I suggest you do the same if you go to see it on a cold December night..
dress Dec 13 2013 star this tip starred
Lala's Argentine Restaurant is just down the street, eat there before you go as the Groundlings does not sell food or drinks.
dining Dec 13 2013 star this tip starred
Kurt Cabrera-Miller
Use the rest room before you go in theater.
info Mar 21 2014 star this tip starred

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5 reviews
1 stars
attended Sep 05 2013

exceeded all our expectations , a guest musical improv group with one groundling player

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17 reviews
2 stars
attended Mar 27 2014

I usually go to the earlier, 8 pm shows at this normally hilarious venue. But this late show, which heralded two guys own material and themselves on stage, was spotty at... continued

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2 reviews
0 stars
attended Mar 20 2014

We have "been there done that" here a few times. It has always been fantastic. On this visit they had about 8 actors and we have never seen perform. They were great! In... continued

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December 5, 2013: *_La, La, La, L.A.!*_

Avenue Q is so New York. It’s time Los Angeles got its own puppet musical. Follow Joe Green and his friends as they experience commercial auditions, terrible (but flexible) part-time jobs, and worst of all: living in the Valley. “Very smart and very funny” —Jeff Marx, co-writer of Avenue Q

Ages 16 and over only  


December 12, 2013: The Gym*

The Gym is a sketch comedy group that formed in the hallways and bathrooms of the Groundlings. You can see them on TV, YouTube, Films and the fancy comedy stages. They are 18 members who tag-team shows, and want to make you sweat!   


December 19, 2013: Eileen O’Connell’s Show!

Running time of all shows is one hour.