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LA Revelations at The Lillian Theater

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Last week, LAist attended the latest edition of the "Slap & Tickle," sketch comedy group.*During a monologue called, "Notes from The Wandering Eye," author Elizabeth 'Liz' Warner stood on the stage at the Lillian Theater (on Santa Monica Blvd's "intimate" Theater Row) and shared the following observations in response to the query "What have you learned during your time in LA"

I've learned that Fountain is the smart man's Sunset. Willougby is the thinking man's Fountain...and that Sepulveda is like 1100 miles long...