Venue Details

5 Star Starred
Peter Mac's Studio City
Upstairs at Oil Can Harry's 11502 Ventura Blvd. Studio City, CA 91604
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12 ratings
4.7 average rating
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54 events
31 reviews
8 stars
attended Apr 13 2013

Friends of ours wanted to do something "different," so I gave them a choice of this and a couple of other options. Without knowing details, they chose this, having no idea that it was a female impersonator show. The musical took place in the...continued

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118 events
87 reviews
34 stars
attended Apr 14 2013

Hey, it was fine. The guy can really sing, but I guess I really don't like Judy Garland or her song selection that much. Sort of my problem, but it affected my experience. The venue was interesting -- a small bar above a larger gay cowboy bar. ...continued

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51 events
13 reviews
16 stars
attended Mar 24 2013

Sorry, decided not to go other plans comes up.

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Quotes & Highlights

See Peter Mac perform as Judy Garland in this YouTube clip .
“Unlike End of the Rainbow on Broadway, which leaves Garland fans questioning why anyone would want to desecrate her memory, Mac’s tribute is totally positive and uplifting.”
“When one watches and listens to Peter Mac perform as Garland, it’s hard to distinguish where reality ends and illusion begins … the vocals are so close and the re-creation so precise that it’s nearly impossible not to be taken in completely … every mannerism that Garland had is there … simply impeccable!” —Cabaret Scenes
“The lady is in fine form and brought back to life in the most positive and endearing way by this talented man.” -Stage Happenings
“His meticulous impersonation of the iconic actor-singer provides Mac with the opportunity to conjure her essence. He does so brilliantly and with such warmth and grace, that it’s a cinch he will entertain wide-ranging audiences — even those rare individuals who might not be as familiar with the legendary star.” —Backstage


Running time: Two hours.