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4020 Star Starred
Dorothy Chandler Pavilion
135 N. Grand Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90012
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Unless you give yourself enough time, it is not worth it to eat at the main Patina group restaurant. One does not want to have to wait for a table or cram in at the bar and then rush. Not at those prices where you can't experience the taste. They may as well put a Denny's there.
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The weather was I don't remember!. I wore Slacks, dressier shoes, dress shirt and probably a vest. No tie. .
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186 ratings
3.4 average rating
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62 reviews
264 stars
attended Nov 30 2005

Fantastic night at the opera! Don't miss this one-of-a-kind evening of dazzling singing and stage magic.
GoldStar has another winner on their books.

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56 reviews
39 stars
attended Nov 26 2005

Opera, singers, music, staging and all were terrific!

Seats were the poorest I have gotten from Goldstar--row ZZ middle. That is the very last row in orchestra and being in the middle meant that the super-titles were unreadable. Was relying on...continued

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10 reviews
0 stars
attended Nov 26 2005

It was great to see "Parsifal" on a half price ticket. The views from the back were better than the views from up close in the fourth row, where friends gave us tickes as they left after Act 1. The orchestra didn't shimmer and shine as much as it...continued

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“[Mr. Domingo’s] singing has seldom seemed so poignant nor his artistry more meaningful.” —New York Times


Avant-garde theater artist Robert Wilson’s visionary production is a breathtaking universe of suggestive allegory, where time becomes space in a ritualized dream-play atmosphere.

The internationally acclaimed cast includes: tenor Placido Domingo as Parsifal, the “innocent fool” who embarks upon a mystical journey of self-discovery. Bass-baritone Albert Dohmen is Amfortas, the tortured guardian of the Holy Grail. Bass Matti Salminen is Gurnemanz, eager to find a savior in the most unlikely of men. Soprano Linda Watson returns as the alluring Kundry and bass Hartmut Welker is the pagan Klingsor, who creates a magical garden of Flower Maidens to trap the Knights of the Grail.