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Stella Adler Theatre
just east of Highland Avenue 6773 Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood, CA 90028
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Parking in Hollywood & Highland plaza (by Loew's Hotel) makes it easy.
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"Waiting for Godot"
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3.8 average rating
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Shelley and Kirk Red Velvet
64 events
8 reviews
2 stars
attended Oct 04 2013

The acting was superb. One of the best performances we've seen, and we are theater groupies. Truly wonderful interpretation and the timing between the two lead actors was...perfect.

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28 reviews
18 stars
attended Sep 21 2013

The actors did a good job, some of the staging choices were somehow to me a bit to much like the powder in the actors clothes was very annoying , you can smelled every time they were hug or touch, the choice of the marionette instead of a boy...continued

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Bobbie Red Velvet
117 events
32 reviews
36 stars
attended Oct 05 2013

My friend and I did not like it but we wholeheartedly agreed that all the actors were superb! The young man who portrayed the slave was over the top! There's a saying: "There's no accounting for taste" and that's appropriate here. The piece...continued

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Written by Samuel Beckett

Directed by Milton Justice

The Lab Theater will combine current and former students of the Academy. The current production features Chris Petrovski (films in the Toronto and Shanghai Film Festivals, as well as co-starring in Coldwater, winner of Grand Jury prize as Las Vegas Film Festival), Blake Lewis (Los Angeles revival of Beirut and critic’s choice Machu Picchu, Texas), Alec Whaite (star of La Distancia Mas Larga, the Venezuelan entry in the Montreal Film Festival) and Akimi Jai (The Magic School Bus, Pillars of Freedom)