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Freud Playhouse at UCLA
245 Charles E Young Drive East Los Angeles, CA 90095
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Parking Structure #3 is a quick walk to the Freud Playhouse @ Macgowan Hall. ($3/hr or $12 all day)
When You Wish: The Story of Walt Disney
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Parking is easy to find behind the Freud Theater on the UCLA campus.
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"No Strings"
55 ratings
3.7 average rating
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105 events
73 reviews
135 stars
attended May 08 2007

I saw the original on Broadway and could not remember why I hadn't loved it, since Rodgers, with his Hammerstein and Hart, is my favorite composer. Unfortunately, the play is much worse than I had remembered. The music is insipid, the characters...continued

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Jake Red Velvet
710 events
64 reviews
604 stars
attended May 08 2007

Delightful! First-rate cast delivers an engrossing revival or this 1962 jewel of a musical.
Don't miss this special engagement!

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38 reviews
16 stars
attended May 08 2007

boy is the show dated! pretty boring too and only one or two good songs. No wonder it's original run didn't last too long!

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_No Strings _is the bitter-sweet tale of Barbara, an American black model living in Paris. She meets and fails in love with a white American, David, a former Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist who has had a bad case of writer’s block ever since he came to live in France. She tries to restore his confidence in his writing ability, but the easy living he earns in Paris proves too much of a distraction. David must make a decision—but to what will he be true? Love, or his art? Or both? Songs include “The Sweetest Sounds”, “No Strings” and “Nobody Told Me.”

About the Ticket Supplier: Reprise Theatre Company

Reprise Theatre Company's purpose is to celebrate the greatest of American art forms -- the Broadway Musical Theatre. Their goal is to bring to Los Angeles the classic and best American musicals of this century.