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45 Star Starred
The Matrix Theatre
Between N. Spaulding and N. Stanley 7657 Melrose Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90046
323-852-1445
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18 events
8 reviews
21 stars
18 events
8 reviews
21 stars
The weather was the weather was nice a lil breezy but warm. I wore Jeans and a nice blouse and a nice wrap.
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"Stick Fly"
100 ratings
4.8 average rating
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28 events
6 reviews
15 stars
attended Mar 26 2009

Beautiful cast, great acting and just an overall great production!
And the stage design was quite impressive -- like that of a movie.
Story line was quite interesting with unexpected twists. And the dialog was very realistic. I just saw it...continued

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Jon
32 events
2 reviews
0 stars
attended Mar 27 2009

Go see this play. You will not be disappointed -- it has one of the best scenes I've ever seen near the end of the first act. It's a little slow getting to that point (it's in previews, so I'm sure it will tighten), but once it hits, it...continued

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9 events
2 reviews
20 stars
attended Mar 26 2009

I thoroughly enjoyed this performance from beginning to end! It, made me think, laugh, and squirm in my seat. Acting, directing, writing, and staging were amazing! I didn't even realize I had been in the theatre for 3 hours! I definitely plan...continued

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In this new play from Lydia R. Diamond, one of America’s freshest and most dynamic voices, an upper class African American family vacationing on Martha’s Vineyard wrestles with parental expectations, sibling rivalry, and issues of class and race. Sensitive Kent LeVay and his slick brother Flip see their weekend at the family home as the perfect opportunity to introduce their girlfriends to their parents. Instead, they stumble onto a domestic powder keg of prejudice, hypocrisy and family secrets.