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Actors Workout Studio
4735 Lankershim Blvd. North Hollywood, CA 91602
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If you're taking the NoHo bound subway to see the show please give yourself an extra 20. The theater is on Lankershim but below the Vineland intersection.
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Regarding the venue - It's a small theater, probably around 50 seats? The seats are low and a bit uncomfortable as they seem to be pretty worn. I had read a tip that it gets cold in there, so I took a shawl, which I used for part of it, but my friend was a bit hot, so go figure. There is one bathroom each for men and women. It's next door, but this is a building where the doors and the venue/offices are rightnexttoeachother, so it's not a big deal. You do have to climb stairs, though.
Play Noir 2014
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attended Aug 11 2007

These skits will run you through a range of emotions and really give you something to think about. I laughed quite a bit and almost cried a few times. The acting was good and eventhough the set was simple it very well served it's purpose.

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“The artistic collaboration magically brings about work that is original and inspired.” – _Tolucan Times _


Where better to reconcile a marriage, consult your dead husband’s gay lover or tell your best friend good-bye, than a park bench?

The Actor’s Workout Studio’s Writer’s Workshop’s newest collection of short plays examines the many facets and paths life takes witnessed by a simple unassuming park bench. Secrets, precious moments in life are often experienced behind closed doors but have you ever wondered what the couple in the park are discussing in hushed tones? 

The show was written and developed by the “Writer’s Workshop” at the Actor’s Workout Studio, a unique writing group that unites both Actor and Writer in a community experience. This collection of 10 short plays by Johnny Cho, Julian Coryell, Sunta Izzicupo, Aaron Gibson, Mick Montgomery and Eric Seppella, highlight this collaborative environment showcasing the marvels of a community working together.