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Theatre Palisades
941 Temescal Canyon Road Pacific Palisades, CA 90272
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Victor B.
Review from Victor B.
Red Velvet 283 events 237 reviews

This was a takeoff on 1940's radio shows that was silly enough to be very funny. It is not a suspense story as advertised. But, if you want to be entertained for 1 1/2 hours this is a play for you.

reviewed Jul 24 2010 report as inappropriate
Marsha Fagan
Review from Marsha Fagan
1 event 1 review

This play was highly entertaining and very very funny. The cast and singers were all extremely talented. I truly felt like I was part of the play's audience and I really laughed alot. Kudos...I wish it were still playing so I could recommend it...continued

reviewed Jul 24 2010 report as inappropriate
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The Pacific Palisades Theatre presents Lost In Radioland, a riotous, 1940’s-era comedy set against the background of suspense. 

In this comedy set in 1940’s Hollywood, the biggest stars of the day have come together to perform the suspenseful, nationally-syndicated radio play Night Stories. Egos clash and love triangles erupt as the stars try to work together. Meanwhile, the city of Los Angeles is on edge with the breaking news of an escaped killer. When on-set drama meets real-life danger, who will survive?    

Lost in Radioland was co-written and directed by Ryan Paul James, a nationally syndicated radio host (Mickey Mouse Club, What If?, Rewind_), and comedienne Denny Siegel (_Whose Line is it Anyway, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart).

The Cast:

Ronnie Marmo (Artistic Director) – (Now appearing as Ronnie Dimestico on General Hospital)

Melissa Disney – (The Simpsons, Stained, Up In The Air, Snare)

Charles Hoyes – (Field Of Dreams, Without A Trace, Cold Case, Criminal Minds)

Katy Jacoby – (Pizza with Bullets, Stage 4, Danny and the Deep Blue Sea)

Jesse Mackey – (Southland, The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien_) Denny Siegel – (_Whose Line is It Anyway, The Daily Show With Jon Stewart)

Katie Zeiner – (Sex In The City, The Hughleys)   __


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