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Pacific Resident Theatre
between Oakwood Ave and Shell Ave 703 Venice Blvd Venice, CA 90291
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4.4 / 5 Rated by 49 members
Review from Anonymous
Red Velvet 581 events 331 reviews

Good acting and great venue but I didn't like the story. My partner and I fell asleep a few times.

reviewed Nov 27 2009 report as inappropriate
Review from Roxanne Yahner
Red Velvet 218 events 100 reviews

Wonderful little gem of a play. Excellent script, acting, set, costumes and direction. We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves and highly recommend this production.

reviewed Jan 08 2010 report as inappropriate
Review from Skip Pipo
Red Velvet 176 events 87 reviews

A bit of a melodrama but it got me. The show might have benefited from a good dialect coach as some of the accidental American sounding slips were a distraction. Nonetheless it was an enjoyable time.

reviewed Mar 26 2010 report as inappropriate
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Winner of 3 Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Awards
The Browning Version is a consummately satisfying theatrical outing. But it’s also a subliminally disturbing one. Rattigan understands what audiences think they want as well as what they don’t know they want.  And the secret to his success is that he provides both.“_ —”Los Angeles Times":
“Fox directs this piece with masterful subtlety and draws devastatingly convincing performances from her actors.” -LA Weekly
“The actors give amazing performances, under Marilyn Fox’s elegant direction.” -Backstage


Written by Terence Rattigan

Produced by Sara Newman-Martins

Rattigan’s 1949 masterpiece brilliantly explores the complexity of the human heart. It predates Albee’s Who’s Afriad of Virginia Woolf in its scathing examination of a marriage. A contemporary of Noel Coward and Somerset Maugham, Rattigan’s wit and depth remain timeless.

This production was listed in Charles McNulty’s Top 10 Theatre Performances for 2009.

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