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International City Theatre
at the Long Beach Performing Arts Center 330 East Seaside Way Long Beach, CA 90802
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A large group of friends got a quick dinner at The Long Beach Cafe, just across the street from the ICT theater. We then went to the theater and enjoyed FENCES!!! Have an appetite for LB Cafe because the portions are LARGE and very good!
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"Leading Ladies"
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71 events
53 reviews
-42 stars
attended Jun 07 2012

Nice venue. Good but not great play.

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46 reviews
35 stars
attended Jun 30 2012

A fun production. This is a very nice venue and ICT has been producing a variety of of shows over the years. Check it out sometime!

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Some Like It Hot meets Twelfth Night in Ken Ludwig’s delightful madcap comedy,Leading Ladies_.

_ In Leading Ladies, slapstick goofiness and scrambled Shakespeare make for a hilarious romp about mistaken identities, human foibles and loves lost and found. Role reversal gets a new twist and a side of laughs when two down-on-their-luck Shakespearean actors dress as women in a plot to con a dying woman out of her millions. Interweaving inside jokes about the stage, thespians and the Bard himself, Ludwig turns the play within a play model into a farcical statement about art and appearances.

David Engel and John J. Joseph star as Leo and Jack, with Jamison Lingle as Meg; Lyndsi LaRose as Audrey; Katherine McKalip as Florence; Daniel Lench as Duncan; Corey Craig as Butch; and Don Oscar Smith as Doc.

Please note, there is a $10 fee to park at the venue.

About the Ticket Supplier: International City Theatre

ICT is committed to bringing the Southern California community affordable, quality, professional theatre that is entertaining, intellectually stimulating, and emotionally satisfying; and to continuing its growth as a major regional theatre in America.