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Theatre Asylum
between N Cahuenga and Vine 6320 Santa Monica Blvd. Hollywood, CA 90038
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4.2 / 5 Rated by 108 members
Review from micah cover
Red Velvet 361 events 78 reviews

H2SaZA is one of the most original, creative and all-out fun shows I've ever seen on the stage.
I hesitate to call it a "play" because it's so much more: spoof/seminar, improvisational comedy, Q&A and more. There's even an homage to the Village...continued

reviewed Jun 08 2013 report as inappropriate
Review from Jim McCarthy
Red Velvet 206 events 62 reviews

This is a really fun show. It's only about an hour; it's interactive in a way that doesn't put anybody on the spot, and it is good for a wide range of audiences. It's part good improv, with a lot of audience prompts, and it's part super silly...continued

reviewed Jun 22 2013 report as inappropriate
Review from bowermd
Red Velvet 42 events 10 reviews

Only 12 people were there. No energy, the jokes were lame and I think everyone (including the performers) just wanted the show end quickly and go home

reviewed Feb 01 2013 report as inappropriate
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Quotes & Highlights

Check out the great Goldstar member reviews of the show’s 2011 run at the Hollywood Fringe Fest!


Do you know what a zombie looks like? Do you know how you become infected? Would you be aware of the safest place to go when the undead rise? Could you effectively kill a zombie with just a Florida orange lip balm and roll of scotch tape? The answer to these questions may be “yes.” The answer to these questions may be “no” or the answer could just be “I don’t care” – well, you should care! Because if you don’t care then you will die! And then you will rise from the dead. And then we’ll have to kill you. And then you’ll die again…. and that is just unacceptable. 

-Dr. Dale Seslick – Author of How To Survive A Zombie Apocalypse (The Book) 

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