Venue Details

Sidewalk Studio Theatre
4150 W Riverside Drive Burbank, CA 91505
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Rated by 5 members
Review from Mivi
23 events 11 reviews

This was interesting, engaging and entertaining. The venue was smaller than I had anticipated, but the play was staged very ingeniously and the size of the setting was never an issue. The actors were terrific and everyone was very well cast. It...continued

reviewed Feb 20 2009 report as inappropriate
Review from Vanessa
20 events 7 reviews

I really wanted to like this play but unfortunately it was really boring and the acting was mediocre at best with the exception of the brunette lead. It's also very inside so I don't think it would appeal to people working outside of the industry.

reviewed Jan 31 2009 report as inappropriate
Review from nicksterdatricksta
15 events 3 reviews

This was a surprizly good exsperance. My date had never seen any type of acting, she was amazed how on point these performers were. all around it was a great show. filled with funny jokes, serious thought, and alittle nudity. I will defininty...continued

reviewed Feb 14 2009 report as inappropriate
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Modern Love marks the third play by Anthony Mora to premiere at the Sidewalk Studio Theatre. The play, a dark comedy, about film, sex, power and the dividing line between art and reality, follows one of Hollywood’s most successful blockbuster producers, whose obsession with his directorial debut takes him down a dark, precarious path.

Mora serves as the playwright-in-residence at the Sidewalk Studio Theatre. In 2006, the theater premiered two plays by Anthony, P.O.P. The Principles of Perfection and BANG! A Love Story, which Mora adapted for the stage from his controversial, award winning novel. Scenes from Bang! featuring Linda Cardellini were performed at the Acme Theater in Los Angeles and The American Place Theater in New York.

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