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Whitmore-Lindley Theatre Center
11006 Magnolia Blvd. North Hollywood, CA 91601
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Plenty of interesting and varied restaurants in the same block - Kahuna Tiki (where my group ate - sushi/tropical, great tropical setting plus a sushi bar), there's also a Thai restaurant, a ramen place, a pub. Also, parking is sparse, so if you go early for dinner first you have a better chance at finding a spot on the street (metered until 8 pm) or in one of the garages.
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"Henry V"
21 ratings
4.4 average rating
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4 reviews
0 stars
attended Feb 15 2014

The Porters of Hellsgate start their 8th season with a stirring production of Henry V. The company has really built out its ensemble throughout the years while still keeping a solid core of younger actors, gone are the days of slightly uneven...continued

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attended Feb 16 2014

This company always does an exceptional job presenting Shakespeare and this performance was again outstanding.

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9 stars
attended Feb 14 2014

The Porters of Hellgate are awesome! Their Henry, Part five (as a Blockbuster employee once checked it out for me) is spare, no frills staging but rich and satisfying acting. The production brought out for me more than some others the fact that...continued

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Quotes & Highlights

The Porters of Hellsgate’s tantalizing revival of Henry V, [with] muscular scene work and arresting stage compositions … translates into a refreshing lack of formal airs and a translucency of language charged with an unflagging energy. — Bill Raden, LA Weekly
…flashes of heavenly invention, and much my favorite offering from this company. — Jason Rohrer, Stage and Cinema
…proves that Shakespeare doesn’t need of the hoopla and frippery to be good. — Kat Michels, Culver City News
Henry V is a triumph for The Porters. — Ellen Dostal, Broadway World


Henry V will star and be directed by Porters’ Artistic Director Charles Pasternak, who played the title role with Shakespeare Santa Cruz this past summer. The production will also feature Leon Russom as the iconic Chorus.