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Mark Taper Forum
135 North Grand Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90012
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Culver Roz Red Velvet
129 events
47 reviews
131 stars
We bought food at Panera and brought it to the outdoor tables on the plaza of the Music Center. Bring your beverages with you; I forgot and paid $4 for a small bottle of water. But it really is fun to eat outside on a warm evening.
Ma Rainey's Black Bottom
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Culver Roz Red Velvet
129 events
47 reviews
131 stars
Ate at Vespaio near the Broad, walking distance from the Music Center. Can be expensive, or not (we shared a huge salad and tasty pizza, along with apple crisp.)
Father Comes Home From The Wars (Parts 1, 2 & 3)
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Reviews & Ratings

"Clybourne Park"
172 ratings
4.2 average rating
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40 events
25 reviews
6 stars
attended Jan 12 2012

First act takes place in the 50's/60's and second act takes place in 2009 in the same house. The writing and acting are superb! It's says profound things about race in America. It is hilarious and heartwarming at the same time. Don't miss it!

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36 events
5 reviews
8 stars
attended Jan 12 2012

Bruce Norris' biting, riveting and hysterically funny Pulitzer-winning play "Clybourne Park" is one of the best new plays I've seen in a very long while. And LA gets a treat getting to see the original NYC cast, which is as good as it gets. If...continued

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60 events
14 reviews
120 stars
attended Jan 19 2012

Excellent production with top-notch cast and funny, thought-provoking script. Evident why playwright and Northwestern University alumni Bruce Norris won the Pulitzer for it and why its next stop is Broadway. Definitely worth seeing.

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“A spiky and damningly  insightful new comedy . It takes a special vision, both clear and cockeyed, to  see the present as if it were the past.”  —The New York Times


The performance is recommended for audiences ages 13 years old and older.