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The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time

Gordon and I went to see The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time at the Ahmanson last night. Of course, Gordon wanted French onion soup so we stopped at Kendall’s before the show. The only thing going on … Continue reading

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Into the Woods at the Ahmanson

Gordon really wanted some French onion soup last night so he made a reservation at Kendall’s. And, of course, the Taper and Dorothy Chandler were both dark so there wasn’t a crush at the restaurant. Isn’t that always the way. … Continue reading

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Fun Home at the Ahmanson

Gordon and I stopped at Kendall’s before going to the Ahmanson because he wanted some French onion soup. It was packed! On a Tuesday night! We took the last seats at a communal table between two other groups of people. … Continue reading

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Amelie at the Ahmanson

Le Petit Paris (a French restaurant on Spring St. downtown) had a tie-in promotion prix fixe dinner with the musical, Amelie, at the Ahmanson. Gordon had mentioned that he wanted to try the restaurant so we broke our rule of … Continue reading

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A View From the Bridge at the Ahmanson

Gordon and I went to see A View From the Bridge at the Ahmanson last night. We skipped Kendall’s because he’d been in a class all day and didn’t get home in time. I was uneasy when I read the … Continue reading

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Grey Gardens at the Ahmanson

Gordon and I left early for the Music Center last night; I wanted to drop off a note to Betty Buckley before the show. Then we went down to Kendall’s for a glass of wine and some soup. Our last … Continue reading

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And Act of God at the Ahmanson

Gordon and I had soup and a glass of wine at Kendall’s before going to the Ahmanson last night. I was shocked; the restaurant part of Kendall’s was half-full but the bar was packed–including and especially the two seats at … Continue reading

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