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Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts - Main Stage
at Mercy Street 500 Castro Street Mountain View, CA 94041
650-903-6000
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Ruukie7
25 events
16 reviews
12 stars
Plenty of fun restaurants on Castro street. Park you car, walk and find whatever you like, or, you can have a light meal, coffee, dessert at the venue.
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16 reviews
12 stars
I wore slacks and short sleeve shirt, wife was in pant suit. Longest day of the year, so it was warm and enjoyable to have coffee outdoors before the show..
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Reviews & Ratings

"Clementine in the Lower 9"
19 ratings
3.9 average rating
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29 events
10 reviews
2 stars
attended Oct 09 2011

It's a play packed full of drama and human emotion. (not for the light-hearted). but the acting is superb and the theme is poignant and relevant. Attend this if you want to be touched and get a view inside the family dramas brought on by...continued

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175 events
65 reviews
480 stars
attended Oct 09 2011

This is still a work in progress. Individual fine (if not outstanding) performances. I need the show to be believable - and as the author mentions in the liner notes.. he is striving for that too. You'll need to decide how much you can believe.

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40 events
10 reviews
20 stars
attended Oct 16 2011

interesting story, good staging and music
the plot was difficult to follow,especially with Clementine's strong drawl.

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Description

Clementine in the Lower 9

By Dan Dietz

Music by Justin Ellington

Directed by Leah C. Gardiner 

Rebuilding a house, a love, a family, and a soul is the task of this powerfully human drama set in post-Katrina New Orleans. Here the legacy of the past haunts the realities of the present. Here the bluesy sounds of an onstage jazz band accompany a musician and his wife as they struggle to reconnect the electricity, the plumbing, and the relationships devastated by the flood of a lifetime.