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9 Star Starred
Actors Forum Theatre
10655 Magnolia Blvd North Hollywood, CA 91601
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111 events
94 reviews
9 stars
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"Timon of Athens"
9 ratings
4.6 average rating
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111 events
93 reviews
9 stars
attended May 05 2013

This production of Timon of Athens was at an off the beaten track small theatre in North Hollywood. A Sunday afternoon performance is probably not usually well attended, and in this one, the cast outnumbered the audience about two to one (it was...continued

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16 reviews
35 stars
attended May 25 2013

This a terrific opportunity to see a rarely produced play. This group has done wonders to make it exciting, easily understandable, and contemporary. Thomas Bigley as Timon makes the challenging transformation from joyful to bitter appear...continued

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7 reviews
13 stars
attended Jun 02 2013

This was a wonderful production of a Shakespeare play I'd never seen before. The Porters of Hellsgate always provide a good show, and the language is easy to understand because they really know what they're saying! This is easily accessible...continued

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About the Ticket Supplier: The Porters of Hellsgate Theatre Co.

We are a classical theatre company based in Los Angeles, California. It is our intent to bring the work of Shakespeare and other classic authors to life here, in the City of Angels.
It is our belief that in this age of ever-changing technology, the communal experience of theatre – particularly the communion with the past inherent in every noteworthy classic – is vitally important. Ours is an art that new media can supplement but never replace.
It is the Porters’ continuing intent to bring powerful, pertinent productions of classical work to the Los Angeles theatre community. We pray you, remember the Porters…