Venue Details

215 Star Starred
Celebration Theatre
7051 B Santa Monica Blvd West Hollywood, CA 90038
323-957-1884
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4.1 average rating
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115 reviews
29 stars
attended Jul 11 2013

7 vignettes with only several having some connections. Dilemma of being Gay well scripted. Cast excellent. Only few people in audience. A must see for the Gay community

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67 reviews
3 stars
attended Jul 05 2013

revolver is a masterpiece...well, let me say a flawed masterpiece. It's a series of scenes loosely interrelated, all revolving around the use of guns. Couldn't ask for a... continued

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11 reviews
12 stars
attended Jul 19 2013

I enjoyed this play, except for the last vignette. It seemed like they were exploiting Matthew Shepard. The play would have worked just as well without that last bit.

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Website

http://www.celebrationtheatre.com

Quotes & Highlights

“In the final production at its longtime venue, L.A.’s flagship gay theater scores a profoundly affecting bull’s-eye … [an] accomplished staging, fully representative of the Celebration ethos, directed by Ryan Bergmann with one eye firmly trained on the present day.” —Los Angeles Times (Critic’s Choice)
Don’t miss the last performances of this production, as Celebration Theatre is leaving its current space on July 31.

Description

Director: Ryan Bergman

Choreographer: Janet Roston

Cast:

John Colella, AJ Jones, Daniel Montgomery, Matthew Scott Montgomery, Robert Paterno and Terrance Spencer.

About the Ticket Supplier: Celebration Theatre

Celebration Theatre is a company of artists dedicated to creating a dynamic outlet for progressive gay and lesbian voices in contemporary theater and performance in Los Angeles. They intend to create a broader involvement in their community, conduct a rigorous exploration of society's changing sentiments and values, and share these explorations with a wider audience.