In this poignant and compelling new work, an ambitious manager introduces a new first violinist to a longstanding string quartet with an uncertain future. As the reconstituted quartet plays, over twelve weeks of rehearsals and performances, it becomes evident that this new blood has disrupted the settled dynamics of the group. The award-winning playwright of FOUR, Clé Holly (Parallel Lines, Stretch, American Standard), is herself a violinist, and it shows in the verisimilitude of this sharply written drama. Featuring live music.
The Broadwater Second Stage
6320 Santa Monica Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90038
The Broadwater Second Stage is a cozy 75-seat theatre located in the heart of Hollywood.
The Broadwater does not possess a parking lot. Parking in this neighborhood poses a considerable challenge, so please plan to arrive 25 minutes early if you will be driving in.
Paid Parking: A nearby lot occasionally offers $5 for theatre parking, but this information is subject to change.
Street Parking: Street parking can be found, at times, on Lillian Way, which is the street directly west of the Broadwater. Please read street signs very carefully to avoid being towed from “Permit Only” areas.
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION – Nearby Stops:
- The “4” and “210” buses stop at Santa Monica/Vine, 0.2 miles east of the Broadwater.
- The Metro’s Red Line stops at Hollywood/Vine, 0.9 miles north of The Broadwater.
Additional information can be found at www.mta.net or www.metro.net.
BATHROOMS at The Broadwater:
Bathrooms are located around the corner at the Lillian Way Main Stage entrance. Please allow five minutes to get to and from the bathrooms.