Venue Details

19 Star Starred
The Road on Magnolia
On the first floor of the Noho Senior Arts Center 10747 Magnolia Blvd. North Hollywood, CA 91601
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Reviews & Ratings

11 ratings
3.6 average rating
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36 reviews
7 stars
attended Jun 02 2013

This is a charming play, capturing time, place, social issues seen as a part of baseball's American movement. It is funny, touching with marvelous characters. See it by all means, you'll love it.

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125 reviews
56 stars
attended Jun 01 2013

Tight script, superb acting, had an extremely enjoyable night. Would recommend to anyone who wants to see a really good story, and you don't need to have an interest in baseball to love it.

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41 reviews
21 stars
attended May 25 2013

Very entertaining show. Loved the new theater, very comfortable. Great staff too

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Quotes & Highlights

Director Darryl Johnson’s cast perform consistently well … There is much to enjoy here, especially if you’re a baseball fan. -LA Weekly
Director Darryl Johnson’s light touch saves the story from being bombastic or melodramatic, even as the characters’ revelations of their secrets unfold. Very well cast, the ensemble is perfectly natural and engaging. It is a fine-tuned production inaugurating the Road Theatre Company’s second space, The Road on Magnolia. —
Powerful and poignant —
The multilayered journey and the final outcome here, are compellingly entertaining, and heart touching. –_Tolucan Times _
There’s not an unsympathetic character on the Road On Magnolia stage, and with director Darryl Johnson coaxing pitch-perfect performances from an impassioned Burroughs, a feisty Grant, a perky Shoemaker, a peppy McNeill, and vibrant Hu, there’s not a weak-link in the cast.-StageSceneLA

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