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Rockwell: Table & Stage
1714 N. Vermont Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90027
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33 events
11 reviews
56 stars
You may end up sharing a table with other patrons
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33 events
11 reviews
56 stars
It's a dinner theater. We usually ordered the prix fixe meals but this time we ate beforehand. You should arrive an hour early to beat the rush for dinner orders. Or you can save a little money and eat before you arrive and use your two item purchase requirement on drinks or dessert...or both. I ordered calamari and the skillet chocolate chip cookie. The calamari was okay. But the cookie was FANTASTIC! If you like red wine I recommend their Malbec.
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Reviews & Ratings

"For the Record: Paul Thomas Anderson"
93 ratings
4.5 average rating
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38 events
2 reviews
19 stars
attended Jun 16 2012

great energy, great concept, great show!

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22 events
4 reviews
2 stars
attended Jun 22 2012

Everything is so different now that they expanded the venue! Unfortunately, I feel it diminished the full experience of the show. Sure there are way more seats to fit more people and is more open spaced, but some of the closeness that you had...

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Gracanne Red Velvet
58 events
22 reviews
4 stars
attended Jun 15 2012

Very humorous, VERY ADULT show! Not for the shy or faint of heart, but you'll laugh a lot. Keep in mind it's about an adult film star and you'll have some idea of what to expect. First set was a little difiicult to hear/understand the words over...

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“Searingly visceral … the movies sing.” -Los Angeles Times
“Cutting-edge …” —Entertainment Weekly
" … For the Record is a good time. It’s well-acted, funny, touching at moments, and you get to go: Oh, I love that part of this movie in your own head about 80 times." -LA Weekly
“I still can’t believe how deftly the charming Jackie Seiden skated her way around … as Rollergirl. Director Shane Scheel struck gold when he cast dancer Derek Ferguson in his first acting role as the show’s star, Dirk Diggler. He’s got the moves, the intensity, the look – I can’t imagine the show without him.” —"LAist ":


This performance contains mature content.