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Celebrate 130 Years of Reading

Celebrate 130 Years of Reading
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We like our libraries. According to the Pasadena Public Library, “the annual average number of library materials checked out per resident is 12, compared with the national average of 6.4 for cities with populations of over 100,000.” Come celebrate “130 Years of Reading” at the Central Library on November 15th. Jumping Flea Circus, Theatre Americana, […]

Festival of the Arts at Theatre Americana

Festival of the Arts at Theatre Americana

Last year, Theatre Americana returned to Altadena after a ten year absence. With their New Deal origins, they’re a community theater in the best sense: by the people, for the people, happily ever after, amen. Their next event is this Saturday, a “Festival of the Arts” featuring lots of music, singing, dancing, lyric theater, regular […]

The ’60s Revisited at Farnsworth Park

The ’60s Revisited at Farnsworth Park

The ’60s have never really gone away. Evidence: Theatre Americana’s third show of 2010, The 60s Revisited: A Musical Concert Under the Stars, a nostalgic memory down trip lane. Jerry Burgan of ’60s folk-rock quintet We Five will be playing, along with Debbie Burgan and Tholow Chan, and local guitarist and songwriter T.J. Smith will […]

“An Oscar for Mom” at Theatre Americana

“An Oscar for Mom” at Theatre Americana

Last February, we welcomed Theatre Americana back to the neighborhood after a ten-year hiatus. Its second production is a pre-Mother’s Day revue, featuring musical performances about parent-child relationships, excerpted from popular movies. You know, like Ordinary People. A special Momma’s Day lunch will be served before the show. As with Polterheist, all proceeds from the […]

The Return of Theatre Americana

The Return of Theatre Americana

Once upon a time, in a tough economic climate, a Democratic president and a Democratic congress spent lots of money on government programs that created jobs for all sorts of people, including ne’er-do-wells like artists, writers, actors and directors. Among those ne’er-do-wells to take a government handout was a bunch of boho types in Altadena, […]

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