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Have been to several performances at they Playhouse, and have enjoyed them all. It's a great showcase for local talent, and the shows are always entertaining. Come early, sit where you like, enjoy the show!
This little playhouse is simply amazing. Very popular and been in Sierra Madre for many many years. Great venue and always a line out front. It's fun to drive by and see the actors walking around getting ready for the show. Sierra Madre Is a...More
Dang you for putting this up. My favorite go to theater in all of Los Angeles. With 99 this historic theater in Sierra Madre doesn't have a bad seat in the house.
Their productions are among the best I've ever seen. The Creative Director and...More
So this place started as a small town movie theater in the 1950's(?) and later was converted to a live theater. Yes, it is very small, so the production costs have to be kept to a minimum, but parking is free and tickets are reasonable,...More
The playhouse performances and seats have greatly improved since the westside group took over. It's a bargain as live theater goes. I like the fact that they have torn down the building to make room for something else but are using it for everyone's pleasure!
Very nice small black box theater to experience a play. I sat about 3-4 rows back from the stage and could hear the actors well. Seating is comfortable with good leg room, but I had difficulty visualizing actors if they sat on the stage. The...More
Of course the plays change and we don't see them all, but last night we went to Truman Capote's Christmas Story and it was very good. Patrick Geringer played the little boy (about 10 years old) and he was amazingly good.
Over the years we...More
This show has been extended several times and for good reason. Ten of us went Saturday night and were absolutely thrilled. Cori Cable Kidder was outstanding as Patsy Cline and Nikki D'Amico was equally terrific as Patsy's biggest fan, Louise. One of the best evenings...More