STOMP: International Sensation Brings New Surprises to Saban Theatre
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The last date listed for STOMP was Monday December 30, 2013 / 8:00pm.
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The wit and wisdom of one of America's greatest humorists comes to life in Kurt Sutton's one-man show, An Evening With Mark Twain. Channeling Twain's public speaking engagements, where he proved to be a master storyteller and skilled musician, this family friendly and very funny show includes a sing-along of period songs like "Down in the Valley" and "Old-Time Religion," along with theatrical enactments of beloved stories from The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Twain's semi-autobiographical travel memoir Roughing It and more. Sutton's portrayal follows years of research into the writer's life and works, including Twain's live performances that formed the roots of modern stand-up comedy. Learn More
This theater has quite a history and has been saved by the Saban family. It is quite intimate. The configuration of the orchestra enables good sight lines from all angles. We were very pleased with our seats in row D left of center with the third and fourth seats in. It might have been a bit too far left or right beyond the 7th and 8th seats. We usually choose the mezzanine area, but these were a pleasant surprise. The seats are comfortable and have plenty of leg room.info • Dec 18 2013 star this tip starred
The weather was mild to cool.. I wore an informal suit, the kids dressed nicely. The parking for $10 across the street was easy. I always hope for street parking but unless you are quite early not likely. Recommend Al Gelato on Robertson south of Wilshire for really good Italian food and desserts. .dress • Dec 24 2013 star this tip starred
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Featured review from Cybil SolynRed Velvet
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It was everything the 90's kid in me wanted it to be, and as an adult it was pretty awesome too. Pounding on stuff is good! A real mix of art, music, and sound. Kids were dancing in their seats while I tapped my foot to the beat. The best part? Audience participation for the encore!
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Fantastic show - no music, no voices - just incredible bodies using every muscle and household implements to put on a unique show for two full hours with no intermission. It's funny, unique and most of all incredibly impressive. Well worth seeing!