Venue Details

354 Star Starred
Kirk Douglas Theatre
W. Washington Blvd. at Duquesne Ave. 9820 Washington Blvd. Culver City, CA 90232
213-628-2772
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40 events
24 reviews
56 stars
Parking is across the street under the City Hall bldg., although we parked on the street.
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40 events
24 reviews
56 stars
Lots of interesting restaurants around the corner. We ate at Vida Cafe. Good food. Good variety. Reasons prices.
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Reviews & Ratings

"The Author"
7 ratings
2.9 average rating
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Efren Matos Red Velvet
561 events
318 reviews
592 stars
attended Feb 15 2011

Please don't waste your time and money.
This is about an hour an a half LOOONG chat by the writer and actors about their experiences and a play the once did. With LONG periods of uncomfortable silence staring across at other audiance members...continued

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15 events
6 reviews
7 stars
attended Feb 15 2011

Boring!!!!!!!!!! Waste of my time and miney!

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11 events
6 reviews
4 stars
attended Feb 16 2011

The premise and the idea behind this was great. Half the audience faces the other half and the cast is intermingled within the audience itself. And I appreciate the experimental aspect of it.

But god, it was sssooo boring. It was an hour and...continued

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Quotes & Highlights

“A dazzling theatrical experience that lets nobody off the hook.”—The London Guardian
Read more about the play and author Tim Crouch at his website, News From Nowhere.

Description

Without giving too much away, The Author challenges the conventions of theatre and changes your perspective as an audience member. Crouch plays himself, a playwright who has written a disturbing work filled with taboo sex and violence. As he and other participants in the production discuss the process and the aftermath, the audience can’t help but be drawn into the story.