Venue Details

42 Star Starred
The Matrix Theatre
Between N. Spaulding and N. Stanley 7657 Melrose Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90046
323-852-1445
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Minerva
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It gets hot and stuffy inside. If you want to sit with your group you need to get there with time and stay in line.
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"Complete"
26 ratings
3.8 average rating
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344 events
183 reviews
-15 stars
attended Feb 24 2013

Excellent play about the power of language. A funny and imaginative, non-linear journey covering philosophy, psychology, relationships, mental illness, abuse, love and that meaningless little thing called life.

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2 reviews
2 stars
attended Feb 22 2013

Terrific acting, but the piece itself was onerous, repetitive, and taxing.

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99 reviews
132 stars
attended Mar 28 2013

Really clever, fun and well written show. The entire cast was great too. My husband and I want to go back with friends.

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Website

http://www.plays411.com/complete

Quotes & Highlights

“Jennifer Chambers directs with great intensity while maintaining unflagging forward momentum despite a complicated flashback structure.” —Hollywood Reporter
“Playwright Andrea Kuchlewska combines unlikely ingredients in her comedy: an est-like training program for self-realization, the art/science of linguistics and a stormy love affair involving a pair of obsessive linguists.” —LA Weekly
“The play goes back and forth in time, and director Jennifer Chambers, who was once a self-help coach, choreographs the action smoothly, so that we follow the time shifts easily. Under her guidance, the interactions between actors and audience flow effortlessly, and she has subtly interwoven the hilarity with stunningly painful moments.”  —Backstage