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Free this Sun: Behind the scenes at A Noise Within

Posted by Carren Jao Pineda |

Ever since I first covered their big move to Pasadena, I've been a fan of A Noise Within. The repertory was founded way back in 1992 by Julia Rodriguez-Elliott, Geoff Elliott, and Art Manke. Since then, the scrappy team filled with passionate thespians and producers have breathed life into a lot of classics. Before they had moved to their swanky new Edward Durell Stone headquarters, they had endured rehearsals in a building that had no heater, whose elevator frequently was on the fritz and had no workshop for set building to speak of. Yet, the company flourished. You have to admire fortitude wherever you find it.

Photo by: Michael Gutstadt
This Sunday, April Fool's Day, get a tour of their new theater in Pasadena, just of the Metro Gold Line. You'll also get a free sneak peek behind the scenes as they rehearse Moliere's The Bungler. Admission is free, but reservation are required.

Open house and sneak peek at rehearsals at "A Noise Within"
Sunday, April 1, 2012, 1 – 3 pm
Admission: Free but reserve at (626) 356-3127

A Noise Within
3352 East Foothill Blvd.
Pasadena, CA 91107


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