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Ahmanson Theatre
at the Music Center 135 North Grand Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90012
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16 reviews
2 stars
I wore flats. There's always so much walking to the Music Center venues from just parking structure alone. I highly recommend wearing either flats or kitty heels..
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Shakespeare's "As You Like It"
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54 events
49 reviews
10 stars
attended Feb 11 2005

The play itself was very good. The sets were minimal and not what you would expect from a play at this venue.

The seats were near center but just a bit too far back to enjoy the play from. Although called front mezzanine they were actually...continued

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42 reviews
10 stars
attended Feb 26 2005

It was a pecfect experience! Everything from obtaining the tickets, the amazing seats, and an incredible show. My family and I had a great time at the theatre thanks to Goldstar Events!

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35 reviews
50 stars
attended Feb 12 2005

It is Shakespeare done right. Stellar performance from every cast member. As You Like It was not one of my favourite Shakespeare plays but this production opened it up for me in a new light.

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“A masterpiece: moving, funny, sexy and lyrical—a piece of intelligent magic.” The Times, London
“Rosalind is portrayed by Rebecca Hall, a young British actress of glistening freshness and uncanny intuition…And anyone whose heart doesn’t embrace this gorgeous, galumphing girl probably doesn’t have one.” New York Times


As You Like It

is the story of Rosalind and her cousin Celia, who have run away to the idyllic Forest of Arden, populated by a colorful mixture of hilarious rustics and witty courtiers. Dressed as a boy in order to divert suspicion, Rosalind encounters the infatuated Orlando. When she offers to cure him of his love sickness by letting him woo her as if she is his sweetheart, the stage is set for blind love to overcome one misguided fool after another.

Age Suitability: 10+

Babes in arms and children 6 and under who may cry or fidget are not admitted.