True Blood's Deborah Ann Woll in Holiday Rom-Com Parfumerie
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The last date listed for Parfumerie was Sunday December 22, 2013 / 7:00pm.
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This stage adaptation of E.B. White's novel joins actors with a 30-piece orchestra and a trumpet soloist to tell an uplifting story of a swan born without a voice. To overcome this obstacle, trumpeter swan Louis learns to play a real trumpet given to him by his father. With the help of a young boy named Sam, Louis conquers adversity and attains the gift of music through his father's heroic love. Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Marsha Norman and Tony Award-winning composer Jason Robert Brown collaborate to tell the enchanting story of The Trumpet of the Swan. Learn More
The parking is under the theatre and can be approached from S. Santa Monica or Crescent. Parking is $8 currently, but if you come in before 6 pm, be sure to pay the attendant on your way out rather than at the kiosk. The kiosk will charge you triple(!) because it is programmed to assume that people entering prior to 6 pm were there for city hall business rather than the theatre. (I got this tip from the parking attendant).travel • Dec 11 2013 star this tip starred
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Theatre Diva
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Parfumerie is a must for anyone who loves the classic movie, Shop Around the Corner or its modern re-imagining, You've Got Mail, and for theatre-goers who love well-acted, beautifully staged productions with great characters. The sets and costumes magically recreated Busdapest in 1937 and never once did the actors break the spell. I was truly transported to Hammerschmitt's Parfumerie just before WWII. Richard Schiff's performance as a man whose marriage may unravel at Christmas and that of the young man playing Arpad the delivery boy who helps him through it, are not to be missed. The young lovers are charming as well, and Arye Gross is wonderful as always. The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts is a new jewel in Beverly Hills that I look forward to visiting again and again.