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Much ADoobie Brothers About Nothing ~ Troubador Theatre Co.~ Santa Monica

4:43 PM PDT on August 17, 2006


"Because nobody does the Troubies!"

The Troubador Theater Company's 11th Season is just alright with me, taking their new production to the streets with a crazy, fun-filled paeon to 1970's rockin' soul team, The Doobie Brothers. Of course, one needs a story, and the amazingly impulsive, professional crew of actors riff on Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing with solid, creative impulses that give the love-lorn text a breath of CPR. Actress Jen Siefert especially turns us on as Beatrice...with her acting, we mean, of course.

Directed by former child actor Matt Walker, the show opened in early August and continues until September 10 at the Miles Memorial Playhouse, 1130 Lincoln Blvd. in Santa Monica. Tickets can be reserved at or call 310-979-7196.

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