Venue Details

96 Star Starred
Crown City Theatre
11031 Camarillo Street North Hollywood, CA 91602
818-377-4055
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74 events
20 reviews
9 stars
parking at this venue is VERY difficult. there are some spaces alongside of the adjoining building. The venue does not have its own parking space and there is no close paid parking in the immediate area.
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DL
107 events
39 reviews
10 stars
The theater does not have air conditioning. It gets really warm on hot summer days. If the weather is hot and/or humid, I would recommend an evening performance.
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Reviews & Ratings

19 ratings
3.8 average rating
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200 events
157 reviews
10 stars
attended Aug 08 2010

This is a fantastic play.its cool,easy, and intelligent.The whole casts were great, specially,Jason Karasey as Phil, remind me of Woody Alens. Actually, the whole play and conversations reminded me of the Woody Alens jobs.
A+ play

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15 events
5 reviews
4 stars
attended Aug 08 2010

DONT FEEL BAD ABOUT SMOKIN' UP BEFORE THIS SHOW (even if it is in a church)
Everything about this play screams true for me. The characters were unwavering and there was not a weak link in the cast. Standout for me was Phil.
I would say that I...continued

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Sarah Schlehr Red Velvet
68 events
15 reviews
23 stars
attended Aug 26 2010

Acting was not good. We left at intermission.

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Website

http://www.crowncitytheatre.com/shows/BoysLife/index.htm

Quotes & Highlights

“This cast is outstanding, with Rovner, Karasev and Rispoli manifesting some wonderful chemistry…This evening is well worth a visit to Crown City Theatre.” —broadwayworld.com

Description

A dark satirical comedy about three men in their mid-twenties struggling between their concurrent attempt and rejection to grow up, this Pulitzer Prize-nominated comedy is a fun and thought-provoking exploration into the relationships between men and women. At CCTC, Ben Rovner, Dave Rispoli  and Jason Karasev star for director Dan Velez.