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8 Star Starred
Elephant Space Theatre
6322 Santa Monica Blvd Hollywood, CA 90038
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101 events
57 reviews
56 stars
get there early due to get parking. i was able to park directky across the street. i got there about 1/2 hr. early.
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19 events
6 reviews
0 stars
Eat first. No snacks in the lobby.
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"7 Redneck Cheerleaders"
23 ratings
4.2 average rating
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59 events
12 reviews
25 stars
attended Aug 17 2008

terrible. everything. cript, acting, jokes, everything. including the audience. i was with 3 friends, and none of us cracked a smile. there were a group of audience who just laughed and laughed and laughed in the most inappropriate...continued

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6 reviews
3 stars
attended Jul 25 2008

The play was pure, hilarious fun. The venue is a small 99 seat theater in Hollywood, so there isn't a bad seat in the house. You are pretty much up close and personal to the entire production. Parking wasn't a problem, but you have to always be...continued

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5 events
2 reviews
41 stars
attended Aug 15 2008

Without wasting anymore time on this play, I will say it was "Crude and Pointless". Thank goodness for the intermission as it gave us a graceful exit without having to get up and walk out abruptly.

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Quotes & Highlights

Critics Choice! “A hell of a great ride!…Outlandish humor…grounded in reality…parodies rise like a theatrical soufflé. French’s direction perfectly illustrates this fragile balance, and the phenomenal cast is spot on.” —LA Weekly
“Lots of fun and wickedly sexy developments…People leapt to their feet in uproarious applause…simply delicious!” —LA Splash


Somewhere in Hollywood, near Santa Monica Boulevard and Vine, reality and fiction, art and life, become blurred, as a playwright directs his autobiographical play in a 99-seat theatre.

In 7 Redneck Cheerleaders, audiences are treated to an intimate look at clashing egos on and off-stage, as a little congregation of misfits prepare to tell the story of small-town boy’s attempt to win a cheerleader’s heart.

Long hours of rehearsal lead to intimate moments, sexy developments and unforgettable hilarity!