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255 Star Starred
Celebration Theatre @ The Lex
6760 Lexington Ave Los Angeles, CA 90038
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456 reviews
637 stars
read the street signs carefully as many have time limits
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41 reviews
42 stars
Parking is difficult - we arrived very early to get on street parking. This produced a second problem - there is no place to eat or drink without a 30 minute wait in the area - the area is primarily studio industrial. Once we arrived at the theatre we were told the doors didn't open until 1:30 and we stood in the sun until 1:45 waiting to enter. Once we entered there were available drinks and snacks for donation - very nice - could take this into the theatre with us, but we were held out another 15 minutes and it was suggested we go outside because the lobby was full. Still suffering from heatstroke this was not positive. Once in the theatre we had great seats for viewing the play - sat in the back row - didn't mind.
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5 reviews
28 stars
attended Jul 25 2013

Good acting, and sound effects. Kept you interested throughout the play. Celebration Theatre is a gay theatre which is one of the reasons I went. Bring a sweater, as with most small theatres it does get cold. They have a refreshment bar before the...continued

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145 reviews
45 stars
attended Jul 11 2013

7 vignettes with only several having some connections. Dilemma of being Gay well scripted. Cast excellent. Only few people in audience. A must see for the Gay community

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68 reviews
3 stars
attended Jul 05 2013

revolver is a masterpiece...well, let me say a flawed masterpiece. It's a series of scenes loosely interrelated, all revolving around the use of guns. Couldn't ask for a more timely theme. Anyone, gay, straight, or otherwise will have no problem...continued

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Quotes & Highlights

“In the final production at its longtime venue, L.A.’s flagship gay theater scores a profoundly affecting bull’s-eye … [an] accomplished staging, fully representative of the Celebration ethos, directed by Ryan Bergmann with one eye firmly trained on the present day.” —Los Angeles Times (Critic’s Choice)
Don’t miss the last performances of this production, as Celebration Theatre is leaving its current space on July 31.


Director: Ryan Bergman

Choreographer: Janet Roston


John Colella, AJ Jones, Daniel Montgomery, Matthew Scott Montgomery, Robert Paterno and Terrance Spencer.