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Stranger Than Fiction – March

Stranger Than Fiction - March
Thu, Mar 03 | Marilyn Monroe Theatre
Stories that need to be heard to be believed. Told by the people that lived them.

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Time & Location

Mar 03, 8:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Marilyn Monroe Theatre, 7936 Santa Monica Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90046, USA

About the Event

An evening of LIVE* stories told by the people that lived them! These storytellers will have you thinking, feeling, and maybe even drinking! This block party style evening is the perfect time to get back to normal with an evening that is far from it!

Storytellers:

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Pablo Marz | Betty Goldstein | Fiona Goodwin | Jack Sundmacher | Bridget Kyle | Roy Cruz

Hosted by Jeremy Luke | Produced by Eddie Alfano

*Due to LACHP restrictions all guests will need to provide a 2 week matured COVID-19 Vaccination Card and matching photo ID in order to enter. There are no exceptions.

  • General Admission
$12
+$0.30 Service fee
  • $0
  • Patron
$25
+$0.63 Service fee
  • 0
Total$0

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