Venue Details

78 Star Starred
Crown City Theatre
11031 Camarillo Street North Hollywood, CA 91602
818-605-5685
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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..
A Big Gay North Hollywood Wedding: Two Grooms dress Jun 16 2014 star this tip starred
eyrich
I wore most people work nice casual...it's a wedding so dressing the part would be fun!.
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Reviews & Ratings

21 ratings
4.5 average rating
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9 reviews
185 stars
attended Mar 24 2011

It was very interesting. The writing is worth it as it is witty and surprising. The acting was all good and it was a short evening. I really liked the set, it was simple and served the 6 different shows well.

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193 reviews
14 stars
attended Mar 25 2011

Nothing especially good in entire show and some less than average.

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2 reviews
4 stars
attended Apr 01 2011

David Ives loves words and the way we try to navigate life - sometimes poorly- through them. These plays are playful puzzles of language and theatrical form, with familiar characters who are longing to connect and get a little respect - even the...continued

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Website

http://www.crowncitytheatre.com

Quotes & Highlights

“Overall, this is a wonderfully enjoyable evening of theatre. The acting and direction are super, but it’s Ives the writer who deserves most of the credit. Like Mamet as a dramatist, Ives has a peculiarly fascinating perspective on life and living quite unlike his other contemporaries.” —broadwayworld.com (5 of 5 stars)

Description

Crown City Theatre is using 2 different directors, each tackling 3 one-acts, to keep up with the merriment.