Venue Details

55 Star Starred
The Hayworth Mainstage Theater
2511 Wilshire Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90057
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4.5 / 5 Rated by 144 members
Review from Sally Losee

Great show. Strong opening, great songs! Super funny. I absolutely loved it. If you don't want to be splashed sit 5th row or beyond. The actors who played Herbert West and Dr. Hill were absolutely outstanding. Whether your a fan of musical theater...continued

reviewed Apr 26 2012 report as inappropriate
Review from rickidee

Campy, silly and over the top. It's not Sweeney Todd or Little Shop of Horrors (both of which we consider masterpieces), but this 90-minute musical was lots of fun. It was obvious the audience (even or maybe especially the ones in the first few...continued

reviewed May 03 2012 report as inappropriate
Review from VINCENT PATERSON

fun, energetic, interesting. a really good time!

reviewed May 02 2012 report as inappropriate
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Read Goldstar members’ "reviews ":https://www.goldstar.com/events/los-angeles-ca/reanimator-the-musical?reviews=all#reviewsof the production at the Steve Allen Theatre.
“Way too much fun!” –-LA Weekly
“Richly sophisticated … ” –-Hollywood Reporter
“Eye-popping … ” –-Los Angeles Times
“Not since _Little Shop of Horrors has a screamfest tuner so deftly balanced  seriousness and camp.” –-_Variety

Description

In 1985, Stuart Gordon directed his first feature film and created a sensation. It was Re-Animator, a smashing success based on a horror story by H.P. Lovecraft. The film delivered as many laughs as it did screams making it a cult classic among horror fans and winning a Critic’s Prize at the Cannes Film Festival. Now, Gordon is back with his co-writers Dennis Paoli and William J. Norris and composer/lyricist Mark Nutter to turn Re-Animator into a musical for the stage.

Special effects are being created by the same guys who created them for the 1985 movie: Tony Doublin, John Naulin and John Beuchler. And the blood will flow so freely that the first three rows of the center section will be designated as a “splash zone.” Needless to say, the show is not for small children.

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