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76 Star Starred
Crown City Theatre
11031 Camarillo Street North Hollywood, CA 91602
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Diane P. Levine
The weather was warm but the a/c is good. I wore a skirt and blouse, but if you want to be part of the wedding fun, you should wear something a little more dressy -- what you would really wear to a wedding..
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I wore most people work nice's a wedding so dressing the part would be fun!.
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58 ratings
4.6 average rating
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4 reviews
15 stars
attended Nov 13 2010

We saw the preview performance and having seen so many versions of Xmas Carol before – from Mr. Magoo to the Menken/Okrent version at Madison Square Garden – needless to say, I was (bah humbug) skeptical… but to my surprise, “Chicago” was...continued

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133 reviews
-438 stars
attended Nov 18 2010

This is a creative, unique and touching version of an over produced play (Scrooge). But this is so well done, I could sit through it again. The Thursday night audience was very light, but the cast presented themselves as though it was a packed...continued

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115 reviews
19 stars
attended Nov 14 2010

This was a fantastic show! Great acting/great choreagraphy/great talent/great venue.....we truly enjoyed it immensely!!!!I highly recommend it!

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Not only Marley, but the ghosts of many sordid individuals, help the spirits of Past, Present and Future turn Ebenezer Scrooge from his pitiful, angry existence to one of great joy. Taking part of its premise from Upton Sinclair’s The Jungle and Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, writer and composer William A. Reilly and Lyricist Gary Lamb turn this timeless classic into a musical for all times. With the inclusion of whores, police on the take, a recently homeless mother and her young daughter as well as tiny tim being a teenage unionizer, the story we all remember has been re-imagined into a musical that is no longer an English tale, but an American institution.