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Ahmanson Theatre
at the Music Center 135 North Grand Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90012
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Yuri Smith Red Velvet
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Had dinner at the tented outdoor restaurant, Would definitely recommend the portabello mushroom burger.
A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder
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78 stars
I'm not a vegan but the Asian vegan restaurant around the corner, Au Lac, is elegant and has wonderful food. We ate there after An Act of God and it was a revelation, even for this carnivore. I had the raw burrito: cultured beans, macadamia cheese, guacamole, heirloom tomatoes, lettuce, onion, sprouts with jalapeño puree. Light but satisfying. The charming and very zen chef anointed our wrists with a fragrant oil he concocted himself as we left. Great serve and an easy walk, at Hope and First.
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Morning’s at Seven has charm to burn.” Ben Brantley, The New York Times
“Absolutely entrancing…. See this lovely play.” New York Post


A heartwarming comedy about life in a small Midwestern town in 1939, Morning’s at Seven concerns the humorously extended family of four maturing sisters. Ida, Cora and Arry have lived next door to each other for fifty years. Esther, the eldest at age 70, lives a few blocks away. The quiet life they share with their husbands becomes unhinged and their manners and loyalties tested when Ida’s 40-year-old son at last brings his long-time girlfriend home to meet the folks. As the fabric of their shared lives frays and is patched up again, the family’s secrets are revealed, surprising everyone with what’s slight and what’s significant.