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Theatre Asylum
between N Cahuenga and Vine 6320 Santa Monica Blvd. Hollywood, CA 90038
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11 reviews
12 stars
Plenty of nearby street parking
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I wore .. theater was very chilly, especially in the front row (right under an AC register. Bring a blanket!.
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"Sunny Afternoon"
32 ratings
4.4 average rating
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Kenyon Brown Red Velvet
658 events
377 reviews
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attended Jan 12 2014

4.5 stars. Although we've been really immersed in JFK-related info in recent years and were skeptical about seeing anything more....we were very glad we saw this performance. Very well-written and extremely well performed and directed - top...continued

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112 reviews
468 stars
attended Dec 01 2013

I enjoyed 'Sunny Afternoon' enough to see it twice.

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112 reviews
468 stars
attended Nov 23 2013

This was the second time I had seen 'Sunny Afternoon' (I saw it last week too). It's a riveting play with great performances by the lead actors, with a very surprising take on the assassination of JFK that I won't spoil. While this was the last...continued

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“Under Levatino’s direction, the ensemble cast is uniformly excellent… rich characters and clever dialogue… [his] deliciously perverse final twist is a knockout sure to flabbergast even the heartiest Kennedy assassination theoreticians.”  -Arts in LA
“A prime example of the heights Hollywood Fringe can reach when gifted artists pool their talents, it looks to be one of Fall 2013’s most talked-about shows, and one well worth the word-of-mouth it’s sure to inspire.” -StageSceneLA
“Much of the humor of Levatino’s tersely funny script springs from the well-delineated personalities featured in its large, finely polished ensemble, in particular Darrett Sanders’ assured performance as the shrewd but outfoxed homicide captain William Fritz, trying to conduct an honest investigation amidst the machinations." —LA Weekly (Go!)