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Chance Theater
5522 E. La Palma Ave. Anaheim, CA 92807
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There are several restaurants across the street from the Theatre. For In-And-Out fans, there is one in the shopping center next to the theatre. Knowlwood, known for its hamburgers, is across the street in the Anaheim Hills Shopping Center. The Fish Grill is in the same center. Their food is very good and the portions are large enough to share.
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Part 2: "The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later"
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4.3 average rating
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13 reviews
10 stars
attended May 18 2013

WELL...I had the misfortune of sitting in front of the producers. Before the play, the female producer loudly & obnoxiously spoke to her friend about the casting process and then ended by stating that her daughter-in-law was drinking vodka! I...continued

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3 reviews
2 stars
attended May 05 2013

As with part 1, this show was riveting, thought provoking and emotional. You must see both parts to get the full story and the full affect. The cast was fabulous. This show was well worth the cost of the tickets and I would highly recommend...continued

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“You won’t have a finer intimate theater experience in the OC than at the Chance. Director extraordinaire Nguyen has taken a script made up only of its characters’ spoken words and transformed it into a striking piece of dramatic theater, working in collaboration with his eight outstanding actors and a design team who make The Laramie Project: 10 Years Later look as thrilling as it plays.” —StageSceneLA 
“Haunting. Painful. And strangely life affirming. This cast should present it to kids across America so we learn how to treat everyone with kindness and respect.” —Theatermania
“The ensemble is superb.” -Arts in LA
“Brilliant performances … A powerful, thought-provoking and unique theater experience.” —_"Coast Magazine":
“The eight actors on the Chance stage bring remarkable attention and conviction to their dozens of roles, guided by director Oanh Nguyen. Not for a moment does this production have a been-there-done-that feeling.” —LA Stage Times


This listing is for Part 2. Please see the separate listing for Part 1: The Laramie Project

This production is for mature audiences as it contains strong language and subject matter. This play (and its companion piece) contain hate speech that may be inappropriate for children under 13.