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30 Star Starred
Eclectic Company Theatre
5312 Laurel Canyon Blvd. North Hollywood, CA 91607
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31 events
9 reviews
9 stars
31 events
9 reviews
9 stars
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"99 Impossible Things"
7 ratings
4.1 average rating
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15 events
1 review
8 stars
attended Jan 07 2011

The show was very inviting, and warmed up as it progressed. The actors were very talented in leading the audience into a place we wouldn't normally want to go--the place where people change.

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108 reviews
286 stars
attended Feb 13 2011

The play itself was so bad that the best efforts of actors and stage craft could not save it. Chaotic and pointless sentiment reigns for the first 5 acts. Left at the intermission which I rarely do.

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9 reviews
2 stars
attended Jan 22 2011

I thought this was a very well written and insightful play. It really touched on a lot of issues that people deal with in their quest to happiness and finding meaning in their life.

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99 Impossible Things

Written and Directed by Chelsea Sutton

Harold (Jason Britt) desperately wants to discover the next great invention – but the appearance of a human-sized sea monkey (Jillian Easton) is stunting his progress. While drinking away his days in the Magic Bean Coffee House, the down-on-her-luck proprietor Ellen (Tiffany Cole) urges Harold to recall a past he has buried away – while her brother (Mason Hallberg), his imaginary friend (Geoff James), an unwanted guardian angel (R.J. Farrington), the clumsy barista (Ashleigh Boiros) and a homeless woman (Barbara Scolaro) with a magical delusion make the act of moving on almost impossible. When a jaded stranger (Jessica Lightfoot) wanders in for a cup of coffee, she unwittingly proves that sometimes our greatest pains can help make our most impossible dreams a reality.