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My partner and I along with two friends opted to see Afterglow at the Davenport Theater. One of us had already seen it and loved it so much he was good to see it a second time. What a nice and intimate theatre. WE LOVED...More
We came here one Friday evening to see Shear Madness (which was terrific).
The good: Very small and very cozy (which worked for the play). Since it is a former fire station converted into a theatre, it fits well. Fits around 100 people max. Have...More
To a theater -goer of a certain age, thespian of the arts, or Drama student, the British born actor George Rose, (Georgie, My adventures with George Rose. Davenport Loft, Off-Broadway), explores the life and fast times of Mr. Rose, as excellently portrayed and written by...More
Saw Shear Madness at the Davenport. It was entertaining and the cast was really good. Theatre needs a polishing up but it was comfortable. The show was very affordable, so affordable I can't see how they pay the cast! It is definitely worth seeing! Right...More
We saw Shear Madness here and had so much fun! This off-Broadway theatre is one block away from Restaurant Row. It is a converted firehouse that seats about 100 people. Of course every seat in the house is great. There is a small upstairs area...More
Broadway was $120 each for my family of three and we can't get seats together, so we seen an advert and the ticks from TKTS where $60, so we went best little theatre best show and the funniest I have seen in years, considering we...More
The venue - about 100 seats - is just perfect for the interactive play "Shear Madness." The cast and audience really get into it, and I think everyone in the theater had a great time. We certainly did. The balcony is small and is reached...More
The cast was great and really connected with the audience. The venue was intimate allowing great interaction with the audience. The actors feed off the audience and there appears to to ad lib often. They keep the dialogue fresh by incorporating current events. I'll go...More
The Davenport Theater is a converted firehouse. It is an intimate setting and all the seats are well graded. There is sufficient leg room. Restrooms are in the basement but there is an elevator. We saw Sheer Madness an interactive murder mystery which was a...More
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I am not sure if you already bought tickets...but i agree with what is already posted. The theater is small, so sitting further back is not that big of a deal. We were along the right wall (as you face the stage) about 3/4... More
I am not sure if you already bought tickets...but i agree with what is already posted. The theater is small, so sitting further back is not that big of a deal. We were along the right wall (as you face the stage) about 3/4 of the way back. We thoroughly enjoyed the show...I am sure you will too, no matter where you sit.