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Macha Theatre
1107 N. Kings Road West Hollywood, CA 90069
917-326-1455
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7 stars
Beer and wine and small snacks available for purchase. If enjoying the West Hollywood venue Pump! Delish food drinks and ambiance within walking distance 1 mile away.pay for your parking before you leave the parking lot at the kiosk
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45 events
23 reviews
30 stars
The weather was beautiful. I wore a sundress and sandles.
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733 ratings
4.2 average rating
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66 events
14 reviews
7 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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85 events
52 reviews
32 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 not true. They are all flawed human beings, like the rest of us, and this...continued

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Liza with a "z" Red Velvet
38 events
8 reviews
1 stars
attended Aug 02 2013

It couldn't have been a better play. Don't let the title scare you off. There are no heroes or villains, just a bunch of screwed up, lost people. You might find a character like you, and definitely one like someone you know.

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• 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