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294 Star Starred
El Portal Theatre
At Weddington St. 5269 Lankershim Blvd. North Hollywood, CA 91601
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1 review
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11 stars
Panera, Daphnie's Greek and Panda Express are across the street. Easy to pick up a bite.
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3 events
1 review
1 stars
attended Dec 02 2012

Great show. Great for a family outing. My sons loved it. We made and afternoon of the show and a meal. Noho is really nice. The jugglers and acrobatics and the amazing beatbox Bronkar was a great combo.

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7 stars
attended Dec 02 2012

If you want to be in awe of what humans can do when combining imagination and physical prowess, then please see this show. My kids who are preteens loveeeed this, and so did my husband and I.

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21 stars
attended Dec 02 2012

Total entertainment!!! Bring the family. Alot of fun and creative show.

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International viral sensation NANDA brings the highly anticipated West Coast Tour of their original, feature-length, live ninja theatre show _The Jacket _to North Hollywood’s famous El Portal Theatre for the first time. NANDA is a four-man performing arts group characterized by an impressively calculated chaos of dancing, juggling, music, acrobatics, slow motion, pop culture comedy, and high energy kung-faux fighting reminiscent of the blockbuster hits Matrix or Lord of the Rings mixed with Charlie Chaplin, and Buster Keaton —Jackie Chan fans, get ready!

The evening kicks off with Bronkar Lee, the world’s only rhythmic juggling beatboxer, blending music, comedy, raw skill and contagious energy for a one of kind experience. 

All ages are welcome. The show is recommended for children age 5 & older. 

*Running Time: *The show runs two hours with an intermission.