Venue Details

9 Star Starred
Actors Workout Studio
4735 Lankershim Blvd. North Hollywood, CA 91602
818-506-3903
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33 events
10 reviews
17 stars
The bathroom is located Nextdoor to the theater up a lot for stairs. So if that's difficult for you, go beforehand! Also, you need to ask for the key from the box office. Then use s key on the outside door and another key on the one stall bathroom door. It was fine for me but I did have to wait a long time for a turn
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2 reviews
1 stars
If you're taking the NoHo bound subway to see the show please give yourself an extra 20. The theater is on Lankershim but below the Vineland intersection.
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Reviews & Ratings

"Sweet Charity"
9 ratings
3.8 average rating
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CookiePuss Red Velvet
96 events
35 reviews
2 stars
attended Apr 16 2011

They knew their lines. Enough said.

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217 events
78 reviews
17 stars
attended Apr 09 2011

Terrific show with great performers. Amazing doing this show
with a small stage. I loved everything about it.

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Kay Gundersen
75 events
42 reviews
10 stars
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Learn "more ":http://www.broadwaymusicalhome.com/shows/sweetcharity.htmabout Sweet Charity.

Description

_Sweet Charity _is the American musical at its best. It follows the easily relatable story of a young, unlucky-in-love woman who’s trying to find her way in the world.

“Our production’s re-location from 1960’s New York City to modern day Los Angeles only further proves that this whirlwind tale of what it’s like to be a young person living in the big city is still relevant to this day,” says Mark Swiech, director of Sweet Charity.

Featuring catchy songs like the instantly-recognizable “Big Spender,” Fosse-inspired choreography and comedic performances by a great cast of characters, this show is truly a classic from the golden age of Broadway.