Venue Details

77 Star Starred
Lonny Chapman Theatre
At the intersection of Cleon Ave. & Burbank Blvd. 10900 Burbank Blvd. North Hollywood, CA 91601
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4.0 / 5 Rated by 5 members
Review from Theatrix

There's something delicious about tucking up in a warm theatre on a chilly evening and watching two actresses at the tops of their considerable forms go at a script--even an "eh" one. Such was my evening with Liza de Weerd and Julia Silverman. ...continued

reviewed Nov 10 2012 report as inappropriate
Review from joecurtin

The acting and set was fine, but the story was slow and result of low consequence.

reviewed Oct 28 2012 report as inappropriate
Review from Tl

From the moment the lights went up I was fully engaged with the two leading ladies. I thought their chemistry, thoughtfulness of the characters and the setting all rolled into one great performance. Brava!

reviewed Oct 28 2012 report as inappropriate
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“Under Sherry Netherland’s watchful eye, both actresses hit the jackpot theatrically as they meticulously explore the intelligent issues at hand.” (Critic’s Pick)
“Margulies’ writing is poetic and soulful and carries a resonant spine.  It is rare for a male playwright to write a play about two women, but Margulies pulls it of beautifully … there is virtually no misstep in this creatively staged production of a quietly powerful play which proves once more that the Group Rep is a company on a definite ascendancy.”
“A tender and funny view into the privileged and insular world of the New York writing life … the joy of this play is the insightful dialogue played perfectly by these two fabulous and talented performers, which is a pleasure to watch from the happy beginning to its bone-chilling end.” -Topanga Messenger
" Intelligent, insightful, and involving … this is an intriguing play." -Tolucan Times

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