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Address: 120 Judge John Aiso St, Los Angeles, CA 90012-3852
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Asian Theatre Treats

Have been going to plays here for at least a decade - every production has been stellar, all stories of unusual interest and revealing of the culture featured.

Reviewed 3 March 2016
JulieStoneybrook
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Claremont, California
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Claremont, California
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Reviewed 3 March 2016

Have been going to plays here for at least a decade - every production has been stellar, all stories of unusual interest and revealing of the culture featured.

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Spring Valley, California
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Reviewed 19 August 2014

We attended the One Night Only event at the East West Players home theatre downtown and were delighted. The venue is just the perfect size, and the building itself has its own history. But more than that, this company gives a voice to actors that might not be cast in mainstream venues, and we found that to be both refreshing... More 

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Reviewed 20 February 2014

I've been following the East West Players since the 80's so this tells you how long the company has been around and they go back even further. The performances in the old Union Church provides intimacy with the audience as every seat in this small theater, including the balcony, offers a good view. Glitzy props are not visible here, just... More 

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Los Angeles, California
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Reviewed 6 May 2013

I was invited to see this play. Knew nothing about it or the history behind it. It was wonderfull. It never had a dull moment. The pace of the stoty was amazing. The actors where very nice and you can actually talk to them if you wait outside. It really was a great cultural experiance.

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Torrance, California
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Reviewed 30 July 2012

I attended the production of Three Year Swim Club at the East West Players Theater in Los Angeles. It was delightful. It is 1 1/2 hours long. The acting is superb. The theater is very intimate. I really loved the message that comes so clearly through to the audience about "Reaching for the Stars" and never give up. It is... More 

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