Venue Details

35 Star Starred
Eclectic Company Theatre
5312 Laurel Canyon Blvd. North Hollywood, CA 91607
818-508-3003
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Jsivesind
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1 review
5 stars
Why not stop at the nearby diner 4n20 for a slice of pie and to share your feelings after the performance?
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Sharon Dodgson
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31 reviews
49 stars
I suggest eating at La Taverna up the street. Excellent Cuban good, great ambience and service.
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Reviews & Ratings

"The Minister's Black Veil"
9 ratings
3.8 average rating
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Efren Matos Red Velvet
546 events
316 reviews
564 stars
attended Apr 13 2014

Well acted but I never found out why he was wearing the veil.

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248 events
223 reviews
1181 stars
attended Apr 25 2014

I enjoyed seeing an adaptation of a never seen literary story by a classic author. The acting was competent and the minimal staging focused on the story. However, the story is slight and ambiguous, and therefore difficult to adapt to the stage. ...continued

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244 events
137 reviews
31 stars
attended Apr 25 2014

An intriguing 75 minute chamber play(no intermission) acted by a very able cast. The stage is small but used to good effect. Lucas Dixon as the veiled Reverend Hooper is especially good and his delivery is true to the period(unlike many actors who...continued

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Quotes & Highlights

“With its respect for the source material, and the pure magic of cast and crew The Ministers Black Veil is a compelling and poignant play for all to see.” —NoHo Arts District.com

“Set in the small Puritan town of Milford in the early 1700’s, the Eclectic company has assembled a terrific cast guided by director Laura Lee Bahr and has created a riveting daguerreotype like visage of the townspeople and their foibles as they struggle to deal with this inexplicable behavior from their pastor.” — Jose Ruiz, Reviewplays.com