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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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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1 review
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attended Apr 03 2011

It was one of the best hour and 20 minutes at a Theatre I've ever spent. The plays were great, the actors were great and it was just an all around fun evening. I don't want to give away anything but the plays all had some GREAT surprises. Check...continued

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2 reviews
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attended May 01 2011

What a great night! There were 5 very different shows and they were all really terrific. The evening started with a welcome from the Artistic Director and this theater is so different.

From what I got they only do original plays, most of them...continued

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12 events
1 review
9 stars
attended Mar 17 2011

This show was one of the best of its kind. Something different in each act, just long enough to kept us on our toes.

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Description

April 3-May 1, 2011: Who’s the Fool?

Manservant 3000 by Thomas J. Misuraca

Too good to be true…is usually just that!

Clown Therapy by Nina Mansfield

A clown, a disillusioned wife and a therapist — what’s not to love?

_Taps for Paps _by Tom Baum

Turning the tables can be oh such sweet revenge!

Death by Helium by Robert Joseph Ahola

Love and empathy are great bench warmers.

Dancing about Architecture by John C. Davenport

Competition, rock ‘n’ roll and loyalty make for interesting evenings indeed.

Starring:

Oscar Best

Stephanie Dimont

Maggie Grant

Samm Hill

Amy Hollenberg

Derrel Maury

Chris Ruiz

Nick Hope

Robert Keasler

Jessica Jolly

Ashley Love

Mike Niedzwiecki

Lois Weiss

Annie Wood

Alan Woolf