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43 Star Starred
Atwater Village Theatre
3269 Casitas Ave Los Angeles, CA 90039
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8 events
1 review
0 stars
Parking is typical LA...park down the block.
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10 events
2 reviews
27 stars
We dined at FREDA's gourmet mexcian restaurant in downtown Glendale and it was a great way to end the evening of theater. Recommend highly.
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4.1 average rating
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647 events
324 reviews
71 stars
attended Mar 09 2014

This was an incredibly poor script. The different scenes just didn't hang together. The acting was fine. But the play as a whole made no sense.

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51 reviews
170 stars
attended Mar 28 2014

I didn't get to attend, maybe next time

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F.C. Cox
19 events
7 reviews
10 stars
attended Mar 07 2014

Do not hesitate to buy these tickets to this very cool brand-new theatre! The location is so lovely with easy parking. The actual play is quite emotional and really makes you THInK! The material is complex and deep. I am a total theatre goer...

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Quotes & Highlights

“Darkly funny and disturbing. …a disarmingly appealing ensemble strike just the right balance between … laughter and … titillation to drive home Smith’s unsettling portrait of a society whose most endangered species may be the moral and emotional anchor of the nuclear family.” -LA Weekly
" … the cast excels and gives some of the bravest performances you are likely to see on any stage.


 This production uses theatrical cigarettes and contains explicit content. 

About the Ticket Supplier: The Echo Theater Company

The Echo Theater Company is a group of actors, writers, directors, and producers dedicated to developing and presenting the work of playwrights on all levels. The company has produced award-winning premiere productions of Bedfellows by Herman Daniel Farrell lll, The Median Strip by Richard Strand, Home Grown by Rick Cleveland, A Devil Inside by David Lindsay-Abaire, Bryan Davidson’s War Music (which won 2003 Ovation Awards for Best World Premiere Play and Best Ensemble, as well as being chosen by the Geffen Theatre to open its 2004 season), and Paul Zimmerman’s Pigs and Bugs.