If you're into theater or modern dance - or are just feeling adventurous - this show is worth attending. It's a contemporary telling of universal themes like resentment, loneliness, imagination and hope.

If you're into theater or modern dance - or are just feeling adventurous - this show is worth attending. It's a contemporary telling of universal themes like resentment, loneliness, imagination and hope.

In "837 Venice Boulevard," named after choreographer Faye Driscoll's address as a kid, three dancers explore childhood situations and feelings and how those can define the rest of our lives - if we let them.

The steps are set to songs sung and words spoken by the dancers. Sometimes one dancer's actions are generated by another. The contemplative nature of the work can, as a character sings, leave you "waiting for the show." Some days, life feels the exact same way.