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Pasadena Community Playhouse

(Pasadena, CA)
39 S. El Molino Avenue
Pasadena, CA 91101
by Guest Blogger: Kathryn Mowat Murphy - Sep 25, 2013
Wisdom---AAHH; it comes from age:
by TV News Desk - Oct 18, 2012
In this week's MEET THE PRESS, PRESS Pass conversation, David Gregory sat down with documentary filmmaker Ken Burns to talk about the state of our political discourse, view of government, and his new documentary "The Dust Bowl."
by Richard Ridge - May 9, 2015
Screen Actors Guild Foundation and Broadway World have partnered for a filmed Conversations Q&A series to recognize and celebrate the vibrant theatre community in New York City and the actors who aspire to have a career on the stage and screen. Richard Ridge of 'Backstage with Richard Ridge' sat down with 'Wolf Hall: Parts I and II' lead cast members Nathaniel Parker (King Henry VIII), Ben Miles (Thomas Cromwell), and Lydia Leonard (Anne Boleyn) to talk about the play and their careers.
by Nicole Ciravolo - May 4, 2018
RAIN - A TRIBUTE TO THE BEATLES celebrates the 50th anniversary of the release of Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band! For the first time ever, RAIN will bring the historic album to life in its entirety for this psychedelic multimedia spectacular! This mind blowing performance takes you back in time with the legendary foursome delivering a note-for-note theatrical event that is the next best thing to seeing the Beatles. Experience the world's most iconic band live with a two hour family friendly show -- come celebrate 50 years of Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band with RAIN - A TRIBUTE TO THE BEATLES. The show runs at the Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden May 3-6. Buy tickets here!
by Guest Blogger: Kathryn Mowat Murphy - May 28, 2013
TRUST (reliance on another person or entity)
by Barry Kostrinsky - May 23, 2016
It was odd watching the pre-memorial segment on 60 minutes a week ago about a soon to die Morley Safe. It felt like a Monty Python sketch and I expected Morley to blurt out, ' I'm not dead yet.'
by BWW News Desk - May 23, 2013
My sister and I were just taking yesterday about how we are both in love B Brian Atwood shoes. And then low and behold a huge sale pops on Gilt today. Ask and ye shall receive! There is glitz, glamour, plenty of sparkle and sky high heels - really everything you'd expect and want to see from B. Brian Atwood. Unfortunately some of the funkier options are already sold out. But don't worry, there is still plenty of rhinestones to go around.
by George Brietigam - May 20, 2017
This piece works much better as something you would see drunk in a bar in the 90s
by James Howard - Mar 7, 2006
Questions, comments, news tidbits, or story ideas about Baltimore area theatre are always welcome! Please contact me at And you can always respond and post for everyone at, selecting Region, then Baltimore.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 18, 2011
Ground Zero Theatre (GZT) and Hit & Myth (H&M) present Rebecca Northan's Kung Fu Panties at The Studio at Vertigo Theatre Centre (115-9th Avenue SE, Base of the Calgary Tower), March 18-April 3. Advance tickets for Kung Fu Panties are on sale now, available through the Vertigo Theatre Centre Box Office at 403-221-3708 or online at
by Lauren Gienow - Mar 17, 2017
Last night's GREY'S ANATOMY, entitled “Who Is He (and What is he to You)” and directed by Kevin McKidd, was billed as 'Japril the sequel' – a Jackson and April centric episode that finds them jetting off to Montana to perform a throat transplant. Jackson does the Voice-Over that typically goes to Meredith and the only other regular character that we see is Katherine Avery. GREY'S fans might slightly miss the regular shenanigans over at Grey-Sloan Memorial Hospital, but regardless of how invested they are in the Jackson-April pairing, they will certainly still appreciate this episode. We finally get to meet Jackson's father…and so does Jackson!
by Stephen Mosher - Jun 5, 2020
The Invigorated Ingenue brought Joan Darragh back to the cabaret stage and community, where she belongs. Isolation has brought her talents as motivator and baker to the social media. Here, the Ingenue talks with Stephen Mosher about life before and after her return to the stage.
by Jay Irwin - Jun 28, 2018
Back in 2005 Broadway was abuzz with the arrival of a musical version of the much beloved book and movie "The Color Purple". The problem was, when it arrived it landed with a thud and not a splash. It had a decent showing running for three years and touring but never really catching fire (at least not for me). I saw the original on Broadway and in the tour and it just felt like they missed the mark not really focusing on the heart of the story and with music that felt out of place. Then in 2013 the folks at The Menier Chocolate Factory in London revived the show, scaling it down to a more intimate and streamlined piece and low and behold, it now works! And that, Dear Readers, is the gloriousness that's currently playing at the Paramount.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 28, 2011
Rehearsals are underway for the regional premiere of Our SOn'S Wedding by Donna de Matteo, which begins performances on July 6 in Florida Studio Theatre's Gompertz Theatre. Husband and wife duo, actors Marina Re and Paul D'Amato, are enjoying their time recreating the roles of Mary and Angelo Lo Presto for the show.
by VP Boyle - Jul 6, 2010
I tried something recently and want to share it with you. Here's the caveat, I'm going to be vague.
by BWW News Desk - Jul 13, 2015
Social media savvy rescue dog Tinkerbelle the Dog (@TinkerbelleTheDog) visited the cast of An American in Paris on Broadway this past weekend. Scroll down for some adorable photos!
by BWW News Desk - Jan 26, 2011
Ground Zero Theatre (GZT) and Hit & Myth (H&M) present Rebecca Northan's Kung Fu Panties at The Studio at Vertigo Theatre Centre (115-9th Avenue SE, Base of the Calgary Tower), March 18-April 3. Advance tickets for Kung Fu Panties are on sale now, available through the Vertigo Theatre Centre Box Office at 403-221-3708 or online at
by Carolan Trbovich - Jan 16, 2020
Who isn't infatuated with trains - such a unique and even elegant way to travel. Although these coaches aren't leaving from Platform 9 ¾ for Hogwarts and your fellow passengers won't be Harry Potter and his curious classmates, the ride will be just as thrilling, if not more so. You'll be joining the infamous Belgian detective Hercule Poirot and a host of very cleverly enigmatic travelers aboard a train filled with mystery and a touch of mayhem. You may have taken this ride before but not quite like this. Asolo Repertory starts its winter season on the fast track with Agatha Christie's MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS, featuring a new off the rails adaptation by two-time Tony Award-winner Ken Ludwig and pushing full steam ahead with direction by Asolo Rep Associate Artist Peter Amster.
by Rachel Stone - Jan 15, 2013
Vanessa Hudgens and Jenny Packham are not two names I would think to normally put together. Hudgens has a boho-chic gone rocker vibe and Jenny Packham always makes me think romantic, feminine and flirty. But low and behold, the two have come together for this amazing creation that Hudgens wore to the Warner Bros. and InStyle Party after the Golden Globes.
by LOVE NEVER DIES Blog - Jan 12, 2010
Well, as Miss Fleck (aka Niamh Perry) has reported, yesterday was the Meet and Greet.
by Stephen Mosher - Feb 3, 2021
Don't Tell Mama's Adam DeCarlo took advantage of the lockdown to work on a new movie, right on the heels of releasing one into the film festival circuit. The trailer just dropped and it's looking pretty intriguing.
by David Clarke - Feb 26, 2014
Houston native, Cesar Fernando Barajas has been working hard as a professional performer for years. He recently relocated to New York City, where he is currently making a living doing what he loves. Next week, he'll be returning home for a highly anticipated Q&A on March 6th and to teach a workshop on March 7th at The Wilson School of Acting & Musical Theatre. Recently, I got to speak with Cesar Fernando Barajas about his career and his passion for motivating and inspiring others.
by Peggy Sue Dunigan - Feb 18, 2019
Riding a bicycle into the  theater, similar to a charming pied piper, Autumn Ness, rings a bell to call the tiny tot audience into the Gargill Studio at Children's Theatre Company in Minneapolis. In CTC'S production,The Biggest Little House in the Forest, a play adapted from the picture book by Dijemma Bider, Ness invites her audience in while saying 'Winter's outside, but it's spring in the theatre.'
by Brent Deekens - Feb 15, 2018
Amid the ever-random fronts of varying warm and cold weather patterns, I was fortunate enough one recent, blustery evening to be invited by director Mess Rayford and her small but dexterous team of performers and technical aides to a preview-performance of the Cellar Series' latest theatrical outing, BRIGHT HALF LIFE.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 4, 2017
Former Beatles drummer, Pete Best, is to play himself in a brand new comedy stage production called, Lennon's Banjo. Written by Rob Fennah, the show is about a quest to find the holy grail of pop memorabilia - the first instrument John Lennon learned to play which has been missing for 60 years and now worth millions to whoever finds it.
by Rona Kelly - Dec 21, 2018
Music sits very much at the heart of director Rebecca Fracknell's vision of Summer and Smoke, the stage surrounded by pianos. Giving us an insight into how that world is created on stage, actor Forbes Masson also shares how that music continues offstage with a certain cast tradition.
by James Howard - Dec 20, 2006
WHO: Spotlighters WHAT: A Tuna Christmas WHEN: This Friday and Saturday at 10PM HOW MUCH: $15, $10 discount
by Don Grigware - Aug 27, 2009
Oedipus the King, Mama Troubadour Theatre Co directed by Matt Walker Falcon Theatre through September 27
by BWW News Desk - Aug 18, 2020
Broadwaysa??s Abbey Oa??Brien (associate choreographer 'Waitress', 'Jagged Little Pill') is looking forward to dancing with you online via Zoom THIS COMING Thursday, August 20th from 11am to 12.30pm MST! Learn audition techniques to help you shine in a dance call, while mastering choreography from hit Broadway shows.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 4, 2018
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by colin roybal - Apr 28, 2015
Few shows capture the glamour and spectacle of the original Ziegfeld Follies as well as 42nd Street. The elaborate showgirl numbers and huge dancing choruses were the stuff of legend, and provided the inspiration for many gaudy Broadway musicals. While the show mocks some of the silliness of the original art, it pays homage to the core glitz and sparkle of the Ziegfeld productions, and keeps the audience tapping their toes throughout.
by TV News Desk - Apr 22, 2020
BendFilm announced today a collaboration with ticketing and now virtual film festival platform Eventive to bring its Festival archives online for audiences everywhere and offer a revenue share with participating filmmakers.