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No picnic tables. I had my own lawn chair.
dining Aug 05 2013 star this tip starred
Picnic before show or get dinner after; no services nearby.
dining Aug 12 2013 star this tip starred

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4.6 average rating
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44 reviews
17 stars
attended Aug 11 2013

Limited run, so hurry if it's still open! Excellent performance of a great play--not just comic, but a serious exploration of good/bad and the moral complexity of life,... continued

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18 reviews
7 stars
attended Aug 10 2013

clever to stage this at the clark library in mid adams area -it got cold after six at night -bring something warm. good british accents mixed performances by a varied group of actors -worth the trip

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16 reviews
1 stars
attended Aug 10 2013

Beautiful setting in the gardens at the Clark Library, a true jewel of UCLA in the historic West Adams District.
The performers were very good and the Oscar Wilde script was witty and clever.

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This is a site-specific theater production that is performed outdoors. The audience will move to follow the action throughout the show. There will be times where the audience is encouraged to stand, but there will be seating available in all of the areas for each scene. Please wear comfortable shoes and be prepared to walk and stand for periods of time.

The production runs 2 hours, with an intermission and is recommended for those ages 10 and older.

About the Ticket Supplier: Chalk Repertory Theatre

Chalk Repertory Theatre is dedicated to producing classical and contemporary plays in unconventional spaces. Working with a diverse group of artists, we create work that is designed to reach a non-traditional audience and stimulate community discussion. We aim to transform the ideas that non-theatregoers have about what theatre can be, to create work that is intimate, relevant, and accessible to all.