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250 Star Starred
Odyssey Theatre
2055 S. Sepulveda Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90025
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I wish the theater would replace the sofas with ones with a higher back. The current low backs are extremely uncomfortable.
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2.9 average rating
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4 stars
attended Feb 16 2014

Save your time and save your money.
I was excited to surprise my boyfriend with a little theatre and culture for valentines day but I was sadly mistaken.
The actors did a marvelous job of trying to keep us awake but the storyline and poor...continued

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377 reviews
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attended Feb 14 2014

Ouch! Excellent acting and RAPID pacing couldn't save this piece. Even though we saw a preview, this show clearly needs a lot of work - especially cutting. In addition, several excellent actors spent most of the piece sitting on the sides - on...continued

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38 reviews
157 stars
attended Feb 28 2014

Go back in time in France--and experience, from the inside out, the danger of being a medieval poet and thief. Bravo!!

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Quotes & Highlights

“Humorous, energetic, and highly physical … [The] cast comprises LA stage vets who … make sturdy, faithful companions to Mednick and his kaleidoscopic theatermaking.”  —Arts in LA


This show’s running time is 90 minutes without an intermission.

About the Ticket Supplier: Padua Hills Playwrights Workshop/Festival

Padua Playwrights continues a writing, performance, and teaching tradition that began Off Off Broadway and was sustained and refined at the Padua Hills Playwrights Workshop/Festival. The Festival prospered on the right balance between teaching a serious writing workshop and the production of a professional festival of new work.Moving indoors, Padua has traded the raw immediacy of site-specific outdoor performances for the focus and finesse of an indoor theater space. Continued, however, is Padua’s exploration of the spoken word and its myriad connections to the possibility of real meaning.