Venue Details

65 Star Starred
David Henry Hwang Theater
Between E Temple and E 1st 120 Judge John Aiso St. Los Angeles, CA 90012
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4 events
4 reviews
8 stars
I recommend Daikokuya Japanese restaurant around the corner from theater middle of the block on First street (turn left walking from theater)..wonderful food great prices!
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2 events
1 review
6 stars
Park across the street from the theater. After 5 pm, parking is $3.00 until midnight.
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"Beijing Spring"
11 ratings
4.5 average rating
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5 events
3 reviews
5 stars
attended Jun 07 2014

Wonderful show, great venue, many shops and restaurants within walking distance. This show is well worth it. The script, actors, music and dancing were are 1st rate. Very moving.

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636 events
322 reviews
71 stars
attended Jun 11 2014

I thought it was great that the heroic Chinese uprising was brought to an L.A. stage. I was a bit taken aback that the whole story was told in song. The singers had beautiful voices, the harmonies were enjoyable, the music as a whole could have...continued

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47 events
28 reviews
5 stars
attended Jun 14 2014

The play had some effective scenes. Overall, however, the constant loud music and singing became tiresome very quickly. The play needed some quiet, non-singing, nonmusical moments. It was loud, loud, loud from beginning to end. The play needed...continued

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Running time is 90 minutes with no intermission.

This production uses haze, fog and strobe lights.

About the Ticket Supplier: East West Players

East West Players (EWP), the nation’s first and foremost Asian Pacific American Theatre, was founded in 1965 by nine individuals with the unprecedented idea of creating a home dedicated to promoting Asian Pacific American work and talent not available under Hollywood’s limited opportunities for Asian Americans.