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29 Star Starred
Skylight Theatre
just south of Franklin Ave 1816 1/2 N. Vermont Los Angeles, CA 90027
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Nearby lots are $4 - $5; street parking is available in nearby neighborhoods but it's a bit tough to find, and you may have to walk
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This is a very nice little theater...& all seats are good.
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4 stars
attended Feb 16 2014

The Wrong Man is innovative and powerful work. It conveys an engaging story by beautifully weaving together skilled song writing and fluid visual images.

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attended Mar 28 2014

Just the right amount of Johnny Cash and fiction. Song cycle as drama.

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“It’s quite possibly one of the best ‘albums’ you will hear all year, and if not that, then at least a gobsmacking display of songwriting chops that will have you scrambling for the lyrics sheet. If there were one.”
The Wrong Man is a superbly crafted and strikingly staged work. But more importantly__ … The Wrong Man__ is also a vitally timely work.”


Written by Ross Golan

Directed and Choreographed by Lee Martino

This show is recommended for children ages 13 or older.

About the Ticket Supplier: Skylight Theatre Company

SKYLIGHT THEATRE COMPANY is LA’s intimate theatre with the most 2014 Ovation Awards! Nationally respected for its history of developing exhilarating new plays, DRAMATIST MAGAZINE calls Skylight a “POWERHOUSE”. In 2013, three of the 10 plays on LA Weekly’s annual list of top plays were from Skylight and works developed by Skylight have gone on to play Chicago, New York, Edinburgh, Paris, and local venues. The company has four intimate theaters in two different locations (East Hollywood and Beverly Hills), and offers a wide-variety of World and LA Premiere Plays with the aim of creating a theatrical experience that not only entertains, but leaves you with something to talk about.