Venue Details

83 Star Starred
Morgan-Wixson Theatre
2627 Pico Blvd. Santa Monica, CA 90405
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The weather was warm. I wore a long summer dress. Shame on people who attend the theater in jeans and shorts and T-shirts! .
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Jayne Gordon
The theater is only 8 rows deep so don't worry about where to sit. We sat in the front row, but our friends moved to the last row and we were both very happy with our seats!
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59 ratings
4.2 average rating
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94 reviews
42 stars
attended Feb 13 2009

It's been a long time since I laughed this much. The evening was very enjoyable, and I recommend this show to everyone, regardless of their faith or ethnic background. After all,don't parents want the best for their children? And don't children...continued

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19 reviews
6 stars
attended Jan 17 2009

I loved this play. It was hysterical and touching (mostly hysterical)and i'm not Jewish. The theatre was very nice as well. I would gladly see another play here. I'd recommend this to all, very fun night.

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1 review
2 stars
attended Feb 07 2009

Light entertainment, somewhat enjoyable, with a few laughs. I thought it was predictable and a little forced, and the performances were a bit exaggerated, but the person I'd brought to see it, who was visiting from out of town, enjoyed it and had...continued

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What’s a Jewish girl to do when she’s dating a guy named Chris Cringle but wants to make her parents happy? Create a Jewish doctor boyfriend and hire an actor to play him, of course! And the hilarity that ensues as the plot unfolds is enough to make you say “oy!” Join the Morgan-Wixson Theatre for this comedy about the whole family, directed by Carol Becker and produced by Marc Ostroff. The cast includes Tali Blankfeld, Joanna Churgin, Matt Landig, JP Sarro, Jared Vandenberg and Jack Winnick.