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A Noise Within Christmas Carol

A Noise Within Christmas Carol
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A Noise Within is at its best when it sticks to the written text, but the lavish and often absurd musical numbers of the current production of A Christmas Carol are engaging for both young and old audiences. The sets are intricate and beautiful, and the constant changes give a sense of movement. The costumes […]

Twilight Zone: Holiday Edition, The Nutcracker, Turkey Lurkey & Unbound Christmas Carol – Holiday Theater Galore

Twilight Zone: Holiday Edition, The Nutcracker, Turkey Lurkey & Unbound Christmas Carol – Holiday Theater Galore

A Noise Within, Boston Court, Pasadena Playhouse. These are the bedrock of our local, professional theater. But in addition, we have several other avenues for theatrical experiences. Here are a few option for those pining to see stories told, live onstage… ● Twilight Zone Unscripted. This Special Holiday Edition “pays homage to Rod Sterling’s iconic […]

High Spirits at The Tempest

High Spirits at The Tempest

A Noise Within’s production of The Tempest creates a world where animation triumphs over the static, where magic seems not only possible but essential, and where every action and reaction is imbued with life. From the first moments of the play, we see movement placed at the forefront, both as a visual style and narrative […]

A Christmas Carol Pay-What-You-Can

A Christmas Carol Pay-What-You-Can

‘Tis the season, but wow, can it add up quickly, the bank account spinning downwards, advancing into the red. Thankfully, enjoying theater does not always need to drain your pocketbook. A Noise Within once again offers “pay what you can” tickets for all of their productions. On Wednesday, December 17th, pay what you can tickets […]

A Christmas Carol: Dickens’ Words

A Christmas Carol: Dickens’ Words

Parson’s Nose Theater shall read Dickens’ A Christmas Carol. Lance Davis has adapted this classic tale into a 75-minute performance to enahnce the author’s words. “I’ve tried to highlight the marvelous descriptions Dickens gives us,” says Davis. “We usually miss it in productions. That stuff we skipped over in high school, but now have time […]

A Christmas Carol & a Murder Mystery

A Christmas Carol & a Murder Mystery

Director Christina Harris’ adaption of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol has “the old traditional English carols, dance, drama and merriment,” as well as all new staging, a more open set, and new sound design by award-winning John Zalewski. This year’s production opens at The Sierra Madre Playhouse the evening after Thanksgiving, to be followed by […]

It’s Time for (Holiday) Teas

It’s Time for (Holiday) Teas

We Americans may be more inclined to enjoy a cup o’ joe, but the lovers of tea have boldly muscled their way in, figuratively and literally. Tea houses—traditional English or modern Asian—liberally dot our valley. This holiday season offers some special high teas that involve history, elegance, bears, and a curmudgeon. Fenyes Mansion Holiday Tour […]

Speaking with A Noise Within

Speaking with A Noise Within

A Noise Within co-founder Julia Rodriguez-Elliott holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Florida and a Master of Fine Arts from San Francisco’s American Conservatory Theater. In 1991—with a mere $3,000 from her personal checking account—she and her co-founder, Geoff  Elliott, set an ambitious vision: H-P:  What is the goal of A Noise […]

The Bard, Shaw & Dickens

The Bard, Shaw & Dickens

Innocence and jealousy in Shakespeare’s Cymbeline. Upholding the Hippocratic oath or directly linking a client’s treatment to one’s personal gain as in The Doctor’s Dilemma by George Bernard Shaw. Finally, an atrophied heart regenerated to feel compassion in A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. These three plays are on the fall 2012 schedule at A […]

A Christmas Carol with Parson’s Nose

A Christmas Carol with Parson’s Nose

In the Spirit of Christmas, Parson’s Nose is presenting three (3!) “pay what you will” performances of their one hour (“and a bit”) version of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol.” As always, the adaptation is by the Parson’s Nose Artistic Director, Lance Davis, and is suitable for the whole family. A wintry evening of wine, […]

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