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Freud Playhouse at UCLA
245 Charles E Young Drive East Los Angeles, CA 90095
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4.2 / 5 Rated by 73 members
Review from RZukerman
43 events 4 reviews

A most enjoyable evening. Great production. Music, voices and acting were terrific.

reviewed Feb 15 2011 report as inappropriate
Review from Don
Red Velvet 149 events 85 reviews

The Costumes were very good, the scenery mediocre, the performers were OK not great. I guess I was spoiled by thoughts of the original movie. The actor who played Honore was not the quality of Maurice Chevalier. It was hard to accept the genre or...continued

reviewed Feb 19 2011 report as inappropriate
Review from Gary S.
55 events 23 reviews

So easy to compare this to the original film, which is one of the great film musicals of all time. But, don't do it. As a theatre piece on its own, it's fun, very entertaining, and heart warming. It's also different than the movie, which...continued

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“The score is a melodic, wittily literate delight blessed with such songs as the tart ‘I Remember it Well,’ anticipating Sondheim in its wry melancholy as two former lovers look back on different versions of the same past.” -The Telegraph, UK* *
“The highlight of the show is Lerner’s book and lyrics, with clever turns of phrase that are, at times, like Noel Coward set to music… a talented cast!"-_LA Weekly (“Go!”)
has its charms!”—Los Angeles Times
“It’s a battle of the sexes both thematically and on the stage, as the women in the cast—especially the glorious Lisa O’Hare in the title role—bring much of the charm, humor, and enchantment to the production.”—Theatermania
“Glorious renditions of evergreen songs!”—Backstage


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Book and Lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner

Music by Frederick Loewe  

“Based on a novel by Colette”

As produced by Edwin Lester for the Los Angeles and San Francisco Civic Light Opera Associations and by Saint Subber for Broadway  

Choreographed by Peggy Hickey

Directed by David Lee

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