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Celebration Theatre
7051 B Santa Monica Blvd West Hollywood, CA 90038
323-957-1884
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Casual
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There is street parking with constructin on several of the streets, so plan accordingly.
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JTesnohlidek
Free street-parking around the corner (be sure to check for permit-only areas)
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JTesnohlidek
Soda, beer/wine and small snacks available (donations accepted)
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JTesnohlidek
Theater was very chilly...I was glad that I brought a jacket and wore jeans.
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JTesnohlidek
Casual dress...but I recommend a sweater/jacket.
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Description

Written at a time in British history when the age of consent for homosexuals was five years older than for heterosexuals, legislation called Section 28 prohibited schools and local authorities from depicting homosexual relationships as an acceptable view of family life. While school was the setting for romance with Mr. Popular, John Westhead, Steven spent his life at home telling his parents what they wanted to hear. When fortune takes an unexpected turn, Steven discovers his feelings towards John are reciprocated. In order to discover “it gets better,” sometimes you gotta get angry!

The cast of What’s Wrong with Angry? will feature: Melinda Augustina*, Rick Cosnett, Kevin Fabian*, Todd Gaebe, Matthew Henerson*, Miles Heymann, AJ Jones, Susane E. Lee, Kelly Schumann and Daniel Taylor*. Understudies:  Cassidy Boyd*, David Coretti, Mark Jacobson, Royce Johnson, Maury Morgan*, Joseph O’Malley*, Teya Patt*, Tobit Raphael and John Schumacher*.

*denotes members of Actor’s Equity Association.

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.