Venue Details

94 Star Starred
Macha Theatre
Formerly the Globe Playhouse 1107 N. Kings Road West Hollywood, CA 90069
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Parking is free
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Park in lot
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Parking is cheap
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Dine before you go
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Food and drinks for purchase
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Hugo's is right next door! Perfect!!
dining Jul 29 2013 star this tip starred
The weather was typical LA - upper 60s.. I wore sundress but lots of other folks were dressed more casually. The theater was not air-conditioned so it wasn't hot but it wasn't overly cool either..
dress Jul 29 2013 star this tip starred
The weather was sunny and cool. I wore Casual but propper..
dress Aug 12 2013 star this tip starred
Lisa D.
The weather was sunny. I wore a casual skirt and top, but bring a sweater, as it gets cold in the theater and cool and breezy outside later in the day..
dress Aug 13 2013 star this tip starred
Lisa D.
Hugos Restaurant is right next door. The food is very fresh and healthy. The staff is very friendly and accommodating. You can eat in or take out.
dining Aug 13 2013 star this tip starred
Andria Strand
Free parking in the back, yes you read right. FREE IN WEHO. It can get a little stuffy in the Theatre. Bring a fan, the program worked but the folded fan looks classy.
info Aug 19 2013 star this tip starred
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Reviews & Ratings

419 ratings
4.1 average rating
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36 reviews
27 stars
attended Aug 25 2013

It was funny, fast-moving and sounded surprisingly authentic. I read some of the earlier reviews that the guys came off much worse than the gals, or vice versa, but it's... continued

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14 reviews
5 stars
attended Jul 27 2013

it was a very entertaining play.the cast was excellent..would definitly recommend it to people..

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9 stars
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Quotes & Highlights

Check out Goldstar member reviews for the 2011 Chicago production featuring the same cast and production team.
“Seldom have I been part of a more enthusiastic and vocal audience … The wit in Gottfred’s writing stems from its insight into the less impressive aspects of human nature … his mordant vision of our bumbling quest for love is somehow cathartic. Imagine Sartre coming of age in the era of sitcoms and Prozac: yes, Hell is other people — and it’s a really funny place.” —Los Angeles Times