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Complete
(Comedy)

"CRITIC'S PICK!" - BACKSTAGE

"Go!" - LA WEEKLY
"Always interesting and fun to watch, Director Jennifer Chambers keeps the comedy in the forefront"
" - LA WEEKLY

"A piercing parody..Under Chambers guidance subtly interweaves the hilarity with stunningly painful moments."
- BACKSTAGE

“Lacerating wit and tough insight… surprisingly funny and bracingly bright”
— Hollywood Reporter

“Stylishly directed by Jennifer Chambers and bolstered by an outstanding cast… clever, well-written and sharp.”
- EyeSpyLA

“A daring and definitively entertaining look at how language shapes our experience of life.”
- Life IN LA

“Inspired direction...top notch cast… a well-crafted, wonderfully intelligent and poetic work… “Complete” delivers to the max.”
- WORKING AUTHOR

“Different and creative… The talented cast along with exceptional directing make “Complete” worth seeing”
– LOS ANGELES POST


★ New York City Fringe Favorite
★ Award-Winning Cast
★ Award-Winning Production Team

Previews
Thursday, February 21st, 2013 8pm
Friday, February 22nd, 2013 8pm

Runs
Sat, Feb 23 – Sat, Mar 30
Fri, Sat 8pm
Sun 7pm

Show Calendar

BUY TICKETS
$12.50 Preview
$25 General Admission

Special Events
A performance has been added for Thursday, March 28, at 8 pm.


$15 Student tickets, Use promo code 410. Must show student id at the door.

Special Show Info
Running time: 90 minutes.
No late seating.

Website

MATRIX THEATRE
7657 Melrose Avenue
Los Angeles, CA  90046
Ample Street Parking
Area Map

Special Theatre Info
The Matrix Theatre is on the North side of Melrose between Stanley and Spaulding

The theatre has concessions.

Reservations
(323) 960-7822

Jennifer Chambers directs the West Coast premiere of Andrea Kuchlewska’s fast-paced comedy, a time-splitting wrangle over the power and perversion of language. Two obsessive linguists and a nine-year-old zealot meet head-on with the magnetic leader of an “est”-like group seminar. When Eve finds out Micah is doing “The Training,” she risks their careers, their relationship and their safety to prove just how destructive the notion of self-creation can be. Produced at FringeNYC 2009 and selected for FringeNYC Encore Series. Finalist for Princess Grace Award. “Critic’s Pick” – Back Stage

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