Venue Details

60 Star Starred
Santa Monica Playhouse
1211 4th Street Santa Monica, CA 90401
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Public Parking Garages are reasonable at night.
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No food / drink in theater, no intermission either. Eat drink before you arrive. Lots of restaurants walking distance (Third Street Promenade)
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60 ratings
4.6 average rating
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377 reviews
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attended Apr 19 2013

4 thumbs up. You could (and should) take your mom to this show! Funny, touching, realistic, entertaining. Not a life-changing experience, but a very pleasant evening. Being based on a true story makes it all the more touching.

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63 reviews
168 stars
attended Apr 07 2013

Absolutely wonderful. Not to be missed if you want to see what true love looks like, shining from the eyes of a human being. This is a winner in every way. Great venue, too. Save the Santa Monica Playhouse!

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30 stars
attended Apr 28 2013

This was my first trip to this venue, which was very pleasant. The play was wonderful! Moving story and great acting! Couldn't have been more pleased with everything.

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Quotes & Highlights

“A cast of extremely fine actors bring so much life into the characters. Dialects are absolutely perfect. Costumes by Ashley Hayes are wonderful as they always are in all productions at the Santa Monica Playhouse. Visca has written a wonderful tribute to her parents, and the production is one you should not miss.”
“A warm-hearted romance … possesses an engagingly old-fashioned mood that feels as timeless as romance itself.” —LA Weekly
“It will surely please those who have been in love for a long, long time.”-_Santa Monica Daily Press _



Marla Adams (The Young and the Restless, The President’s Man, Jerry Mayer’s You Haven’t Changed A Bit and Other Lies)

John Del Regno (Born on the 4th of July, Another 48 Hours, Joan of Arcadia, Without a Trace)

Serena Dolinsky (Moliere’s The Fools, Arnold Schulman’s Sleeping Ugly, Moonlight Madness, Love in Bloom)

Ben Feuer (All God’s Creatures, The Rest of My Life, A New Game, Murder by the Book, Of Mice and Men)

Mitch Lerner (Forty Days and Nights, Super Cyclone, How to Deal, The Big Douche Chill, Women and Men and Women)

Michael Marinaccio (Li’l Tokyo Reporter, Boulevard Zen, The Online Gamer, Tony ’n’ Tina’s Wedding)

Lenora May (Confessions of a Shopaholic, Jerry Mayer’s Black and Bluestein, Knifepoint, Mistresses on ABC)

Stuart Pankin (Not Necessarily the News, Fatal Attraction, The Artist, Desperate Housewives, Tartuffe, Sly Fox)

Evelyn Rudie (Audition: The Musical, Funny, You Don’t Look Like A Grandmother, Author! Author! – an evening with Sholom Aleichem)

Joey Shea (One Life to Live, The Practice, My Sexiest Mistakes, As The World Turns)