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“…TRIO IS A MUST SEE…A WISE AND POWERFUL DRAMA… magnificent piano renditions … spirited acting… STUNNING…” - SANTA MONICA PRESS
“…beautifully written… intelligent, witty, and droll dialogue… PERFECTLY CONCEIVED AND EXECUTED… STELLAR PERFORMANCE…” - SOCAL.COM
“…TRIO IS REFINED, POLISHED, AND ELEGANT… the mad and passionate romance between the Schumanns and Brahms is brought to full life…” - EYESPY LA

The “delicate balance between history and creative risk-taking is WHOLLY SUCCESSFUL… The ENTIRE ENSEMBLE IS ECXELLENT”  - NEON TOMMY ANNENBERG DIGITAL NEWS

Sun, March 6th, 7pm
Fri, March 11th, 8pm

Sat, Mar 12 – Sun, Apr 10
Fri, Sat 8pm
Sun 7pm

Show Calendar

No Performances
There will be no preview on Saturday, March 5th.

$12.50 Previews
$25 General Admission
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$12.50 Seniors & Students - Use Promo 001

Special Show Info
Running time: 120 minutes.
There will be an intermission.

The Lounge Theatre 2
6201 Santa Monica Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA  90038
Ample Street Parking
Area Map

Special Theatre Info
Wheelchair access - Theatre seats 45

The theatre has concessions.

(323) 960-4412

Written by Israela Margalit
Directed by Rick Sparks

Israela Margalit’s Trio - a five-year hit in Moscow!

Trio is inspired by the life of Robert Schumann, Clara Schumann, and Johannes Brahms: Three musical giants who loved, admired, and nearly destroyed each other in a conflict between private passions and artistic egotism.

Trio was written in English. It world-premiered (in Russian) at
The Soveremenick Theater in Moscow in December 2004, and became
an instant hit. It performed to sold-out halls for five years in Moscow,
St. Petersburg, Kiev, and throughout Russia and the Ukraine. Now in its second Russian production (with the original cast), it performs on a guest performance basis at the great Vachtanghov Theater in Moscow.

The Russian Cultural Report wrote:

“…We thank (playwright) Israela Margalit and (director) Pyotor Stein for lighting our souls…for this production full of humor, light, taste, humanity, and wonderful music…”