Venue Details

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Odyssey Theatre
2055 S. Sepulveda Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90025
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Ate after the show at one of the many Japanese restaurants on Sawtelle, just across the 405 freeway.
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11 stars
The theater is freezing cold.
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"Mutually Assured Destruction"
69 ratings
4.2 average rating
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209 events
104 reviews
57 stars
attended Jul 20 2012

This sounded like a lot of fun from the description, but in reality it showcased some veteran comedic talent in a very weak play that came off as an overly long and not terribly well written TV sitcom episode.

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2 reviews
0 stars
attended Jul 28 2012

The cast was wonderful, they just didn't have wonderful material to work with. The ending was also flat.

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83 reviews
39 stars
attended Aug 18 2012

The show was just okay. I liked it better than the show "The Irish Curse" that is now playing at the Odyssey Theater.

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Quotes & Highlights

“Elegant geometric precision as tensions escalate to M.A.D. extremes. An apt metaphor for chilly marital relations”—Los Angeles Times
“Capable, well-established comedic performers”—Backstage
“Laugh out loud funny, clever and well executed. Great LA inside jokes, superb acting and memorable one-liners”—Culver City News
“Witty and intellectually sharp…direction was spot-on for the piece, and the actors did not miss a cue”—LA Splash_
“Very funny. A wonderfully well-written comedy … fantastic cast of seasoned professionals that stop at nothing to give you a great performance and many laughs along the way”—”Joe Straw #9_":
“Dynamite cast, coupled with a clever script … mutually assured evening of enjoyment”—Santa Monica Mirror
“The acting is good. The storyline is amusing … employs a metaphor for war to good effect for his farcical comedy”—"


The show is appropriate for audiences age 16 or over.

Running time is 120 minutes with one intermission.