Venue Details

16 Star Starred
The Lounge Theatre 2
6201 Santa Monica Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90038
323-469-9988
Venue website Get directions

Member Tips

dress

Casual
1 said this
Don
Played straight through--about 90 minutes, no intermission.
info Jun 10 2013 star this tip starred
Don
No food or drink nearby, no refreshments in theater.
dining Jun 10 2013 star this tip starred

Reviews & Ratings

7 ratings
3.6 average rating
  • 2
    5
  • 2
    4
  • 1
    3
  • 2
    2
  • 0
    1
Goldstar Member Red Velvet
238 events
97 reviews
28 stars
attended Jun 23 2013

Two of the actors were very good. The third was weak.
We evidently are not Edward Albee fans. We didn't get it.

star this review starred report as inappropriate
43 events
19 reviews
36 stars
attended Jun 09 2013

It didn't make a whole lot of sense to my friend and I.
The only connection between the first and second scene was that this was a very reactive man.
??????
I hope someone will explain it to me. Thanks

star this review starred report as inappropriate
10 events
5 reviews
0 stars
attended Jun 22 2013

I knew going into “At Home At the Zoo” that the play didn’t have a lot of action and was primarily based on dialogue. It takes a very talented cast and great direction to... continued

star this review starred report as inappropriate
More Information

Website

http://www.underdogtheatre.com

Description

Due to sexual dialogue, strong language and on-stage violence, patrons must be aged 18 or older. 

About the Ticket Supplier: Underdog Theatre Company

Underdog Theatre Company was created to help talented and dedicated group of actors find a place to showcase their work.

I was involved in a theatre company that turned out to be a disaster. A month before the show went up, the companies owner fell apart and we were left without a show. We spent three months of dedication and hardwork. The cast and I were not going to stand by and allow all of our hard work to be thrown away in an instant. So, one day at a North Hollywood Starbucks, all 14 of us met together to find a way to put the show up. With the help of friends and family we were able to raise the funds needed to put up the production and it was a success.

With that motivation I wanted to start a theatre company where "stageless" actors can come together and plan for their show. As Underdog Theatre gains momentum it will provide programs to help assist with realistic production goals, and help groups become successful theatre acting troops.