Venue Details

25 Star Starred
Beverly Hills Playhouse
254 S. Robertson Blvd. Beverly Hills, CA 90211
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20 events
13 reviews
31 stars
small small theater, maybe 5 rows max. Restrooms are up and down stairs. Doors don't open until 10 minutes ahead of time - can wait in the alley with the Will Call and the snack sellers until then. Seating isn't assigned. Dress is casual. Street parking and not too many places around it still open on Sunday afternoons...
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amaryllis Red Velvet
87 events
65 reviews
48 stars
Thai Boom across the street offers basic Thai fare and is extremely easy on the budget. One stop parking for dinner and show makes it very convenient.
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Reviews & Ratings

"Years To The Day"
16 ratings
3.9 average rating
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192 events
128 reviews
14 stars
attended Apr 13 2013

Very entertaining! The ups and downs of the conversation between 2 old friends takes you on quite the roler coaster ride. trauma ....memories....and "issues" covering some heavy duty topics.......over a cup of coffee. Good job!

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95 reviews
7 stars
attended May 03 2013

The strongest part of the play was the acting, especially "Dan". The set a bit too spare; the opening dialogue not spare enough. Story improves as it progresses, still hard to care about either character however.

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45 reviews
24 stars
attended Apr 05 2013

The staging was sparse, but nothing else was needed. Acting was exceptional. Timing and pacing were really good. The Playhouse was very comfortable and viewing was good no matter where you are seated. Parking is free after 6pm. There is a very...continued

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Quotes & Highlights

“The play is a slightly absurdist, slightly whimsical, deeply ironic and very funny commentary that deflates all we might take to be important, and self-important … It’s a very smart play, an hour and a half of delight.” -LA Weekly (Go!)
“Heart warming, funny, very well directed with brilliant acting, this is good theater.”
“The men are deadly serious. They never smile, but their dialogue is laugh-out-loud funny and their timing is impeccable. Director Joel Polis has managed to keep things lively in a space that contains only a table and two chairs, two men, and a lot of talk. You’ll love it. I did.” —