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The theater production, currently showing at A Noise Within in Pasadena, features beautiful sets and thoughtful lighting design.
Pan stays true to J.M. Barrie’s original telling of his story Peter and Wendy.
The plot explores the life of a young mathematician who discovers her father’s notes.
The musical charms with a quirky plotline that charts students in a spelling bee.
This weekend brings USC a total of FOUR productions- I hope you have a clear schedule! We have three SDA productions; Mrs. Packard, Morning View and The Most Happy Fella,, and an independent student production The Pink House One Acts. Here’s the run-down: Mrs. Packard by Emily Mann is a very dramatic period piece revolving […]
West Side Story actor Theo Lencicki talks about the timeless musical’s revival.
Little Red Riding Hood is revisited in Wolves, which focuses on trust and hardship.
The musical allows you to experience the thrill of the chase with the firsthand account of quick-thinking con Frank Abagnale Jr.
New Noise’s The Grapes of Wrath stays true to emotional core of John Steinbeck’s novel.
The musical explores the univeral struggle between darkness and light through Dr. Jekyll, who is plagued by his alter ego Mr. Hyde.