The Garage is a small theater - basically an open space with a stage built for the play and some tables, chairs, and a couple of small bleachers. We attended a Saturday matinee. Doors opened at 2:30 and the bar was open! There's a comfortable waiting area (sofas, overstuffed chairs, and other seating). The theater is open seating so be at one of the two entrances a few minutes before they let people in. We got a great table next to the small stage. There was open space in front of the stage and wide aisles going off that space where a lot of the action took place. Before the play an actor from the company came out with a guitar and sang a few songs. There was an odd dance bit after that - an asian-themed, jazzy, number that wasn't as shocking as maybe the dancer expected it to be. We 3 Lizas is a take-off on A Christmas Carol. In this version, a has-been designer wants to regain his youth, fame, and fortune. There are "ghosts" - Liza Then, played by a wonderful Danielle Plisz, and Liza Now, played by the playwright and lyricist, Scott Bradley, also excellent. There's original music and choreography. And lots of humor. It's hard to describe this play without giving too much away. If you have a chance to see it, go. There's parking in the garage (the actual garage around The Garage) for $10. Buy a drink or two and enjoy the show.
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