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Kirk Douglas Theatre
W. Washington Blvd. at Duquesne Ave. 9820 Washington Blvd. Culver City, CA 90232
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Ease of,parking and dining. We had dinner at Akasha(parked in bldg in the back) and after dinner walked to the Douglas Theatre. Does not get easier. I hope this show has a life ahead of this,opening
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56 stars
Parking is across the street under the City Hall bldg., although we parked on the street.
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"En Un Sol Amarillo"
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4.3 average rating
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49 reviews
7 stars
attended Nov 18 2007

a simply amazing time in the theater... play was powerful, poignant, contemporary... i HIGHLY recommend this production to everyone... the cast was incredible... there were several times i wanted to cry during the show... GO SEE THIS SHOW!

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14 reviews
3 stars
attended Nov 25 2007

Im so proud to have a local theater that has such great productions, and as a latino even more that you brought a production that I could take my non-english speaking mom to! Never saw 4 actors work so hard in my life and I take my hat off to...continued

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4 reviews
8 stars
attended Nov 03 2007

this was the best theatre experience of the year! I loved how the company was comprised of four outstanding cast members who really illustrated a community's voice. It felt like I was watching twenty people, not four.

I loved their...continued

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Fusing actual testimonies with electrifying imagery, Teatro de los Andes, one of the most influential and renowned theatrical groups in South America, recreates the feverish atmosphere of Bolivia in 1998 when a massive earthquake rocked the country’s foundations. Timeless in its urgency, En Un Sol Amarillo sheds light on the calamity and corruption that followed. A gripping story told with wit, pathos, simplicity and creativity as it sounds an alarm for strikingly similar events both abroad and at home.

Produced in association with FITLA, International Latino Theatre Festival of Los Angeles.

Performed in Spanish with English supertitles._*_* **