Venue Details

78 Star Starred
Zephyr Theatre
7456 Melrose Ave. West Hollywood, CA 90046
323-653-4667
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"Stones In His Pockets"
17 ratings
4.3 average rating
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174 events
87 reviews
26 stars
attended Sep 17 2011

2 actors brilliantly portray a town, a film crew, a country, and a people. It was a couple of times difficult to tell who a particular actor was playing they go so fast between characters but that is more my problem for not paying close enough...continued

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59 events
22 reviews
6 stars
attended Sep 03 2011

Two amazing talents bring to life nearly a dozen characters in a comical and introspective play about the workings of the industry when Hollywood goes overseas to film a production.

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7 reviews
2 stars
attended Aug 19 2011

Although the comedy was much darker than I expected, the actors were awesome in tour de force roles. My 12 and 14 year old grandchildren loved it too!

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Quotes & Highlights

Stones in His Pockets is Ovation-recommended.
“Boisterous … they switch deftly from character to character, sometimes with stupefying alacrity … masterfully achieved by the two virtuosi, under TUTA artistic director Zeljko Djukic’s confident direction.” —LA Weekly (Go!)
“Two phenomenally versatile actors currently command the Zephyr stage…Friedman and Richardson play off each other so effortlessly, so perfectly in sync; you feel like you’re watching/listening to a fine-tuned, two-man symphony.” —Culture Spot LA
“Maniacally magical … hilariously fast moving … this twosome is beyond remarkable!” —Tolucan Times
“Terrific comedic mileage … [the] gifted duo [demonstrates] wide-ranging comedic skills.” —Back Stage

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