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Odyssey Theatre
2055 S. Sepulveda Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90025
310-477-2055
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3 stars
Ate after the show at one of the many Japanese restaurants on Sawtelle, just across the 405 freeway.
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The theater is freezing cold.
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53 ratings
3.8 average rating
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3 reviews
6 stars
attended Nov 04 2012

If you want to take a 90 minute nap in the dark this is the place for you. A snooze fest. The best exciting thing was when I was spit on at the beginning. The was pointless skit was say string. There was no point for the scenes to be in the dark....continued

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attended Dec 15 2012

The BEST theater experience of my life, PERIOD!

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23 stars
attended Dec 06 2012

It was not fun and it was not interesting. We sat in total darkness for 90 minutes (no intermission) and were subjected to weird voices and sounds. I couldn't see the person next to me. The only good part was going out for a drink afterward.

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Website

http://www.odysseytheatre.com/theatreinthedark/

Quotes & Highlights

“It’s all very spooky, experimental and heartfelt.” —TotalTheater.com
“You sit in the dark. You listen. You taste. Your other senses are allowed to flourish. Intriguing … the excitement of the radio listening era with a new and interesting edge and twist.” —_Mad Theatrics _
“Theatre in the Dark is a collection of existing literature, commissioned plays and original company works that culminates in a sensory experience the audience will never forget.” —_LifeinLA _
“Creative and imaginative and full of surprises. Yes, it’s definitely in the dark, no lights, on the stage or otherwise.” —Los Angeles Post

Description

January 5-February 9, 2013: Beyond Dark: The Best of the Theatre in the Dark Festival

This performance compiles the best pieces from previous Theatre in the Dark installments — vivid ghost stories, radio-style comedies and other mysterious theatrical episodes