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100 Star Starred
Morgan-Wixson Theatre
2627 Pico Blvd. Santa Monica, CA 90405
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Tons of parking on the residential streets adjacent to the theater.
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24 ratings
3.9 average rating
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1 review
0 stars
attended Jan 23 2010

A typical British farce comedy. The actors work themselves to death with the physicality of this performance. Go with the expectation of typical frantic British farce comedy and you'll have a great time. Unbelievable value of entertainment for...continued

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7 reviews
14 stars
attended Jan 17 2010

I was ready to leave after 20 minutes, but we waited until intermission. Farce should be light as a feather, but this was a lead pancake. Performances were strident. Very disappointing.

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10 reviews
21 stars
attended Jan 30 2010

I thought it was terrible, miscast and not funny. We left at intermission.

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“The humorous antics and shenanigans of the colorful personalities on stage… bring a laugh a minute” -Tolucan Times
Run For Your Wife is the perfect answer to anyone asking where to find great theater in Los Angeles.” -Acted By
“The production is a well-built comedic train running down the track…and a large share of the credit goes to director Tina Polzin, who keeps the play moving at a breakneck pace, with exceptional blocking, humorous poses and well-timed mugging from the actors… This comedy is one of the funniest I’ve seen on stage in years.” —Palisadian-Post
_Los Angeles Times _Top Pick


In the polygamist tradition of the hit television show Big Love, the comedy _Run For Your Wife _kicks off 2010 with a multi-marital bang. John Smith is an aptly named very ordinary man with a very extraordinary love life. Without so much as a Blackberry, John has managed to keep dual marriages going, until now.

Director Tina Polzin and the cast are all making their Morgan-Wixson debuts, bringing with them an array of New York and international credits. Features Paul Guay, Michael Silva, Tristan Wright, Laura Buckles, Rebekah Voss, Morgan Krantz, and Justin Wade.