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124 Star Starred
Theatre West
3333 Cahuenga Blvd. West Hollywood, CA 90068
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4.4 / 5 Rated by 15 members
Review from Pat

We took our 6 and 3 years old grandchildren. The 6 years old was able to understand most of the subtle humor and was even reciting some to her parents. They both really enjoyed the play. Great experience for young children to see live...continued

reviewed Apr 09 2011 report as inappropriate
Review from Goldstar Member

This event is great for children 3-6. Audience participation, cookies and juice, and meeting the cast afterwards was great! My son and nephew enjoyed every second of it! The show is just long enough, you (as the parent) don't get bored and it...continued

reviewed Apr 09 2011 report as inappropriate
Review from Calvin Long

Very cute show, lots of audience participation(my 4 year old kept springing out of his seat and going up to the stage!), and a nice simple message for kids!

reviewed Jul 09 2011 report as inappropriate
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LA Parent Magazine’s recent parent survey ranked Storybook as the number one children’s theatre in Southern California.


Storybook Theatre presents its award-winning musical about the Ugly Duckling who turns into a beautiful swan. It;s a happy, fun show, inspired by Hans Christian Andersen’s beloved fairy tale. The interactive musical features lots of opportunities for audience participation as the kids in the audience will learn to quack and waddle like ducks.

Storybook Theatre produces non-threatening, interactive musicals with a message for children 3 – 9 years old. The whole family is welcome. The Los Angeles Times calls them “simply the best at what they do”, and Los Angeles Magazine says they are the “best in the City for the squirmy set”. 

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