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Bob Baker Marionette Theater’s ‘Holiday on Strings!’ Now on PlayhouseLive
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Bob Baker Marionette Theater’s ‘Holiday on Strings!’ Now on PlayhouseLive

Pasadena Playhouse Producing Artistic Director Danny Feldman announces Holiday programming on PlayhouseLive with an exclusive streaming of Bob Baker Marionette Theater’s “Holiday on Strings!” brought directly into homes for the first time. Filmed in front of a live audience, this holiday tradition for generations of Angelenos launched online at PlayhouseLive on Monday, and is part…

Pasadena Playhouse Launches PlayhouseLive
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Pasadena Playhouse Launches PlayhouseLive

By May S. Ruiz Theatre saw its early beginnings over two thousand years ago in Athens, Greece when festivals were held in March to honor Dionysus. Today, this art form is staged all year around the globe. And it can be argued that nowhere is it performed more at its magnificence than at the Pasadena Playhouse,…

Pasadena Playhouse Launches a Streaming Platform for Theater
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Pasadena Playhouse Launches a Streaming Platform for Theater

On Tuesday, the Pasadena Playhouse announced the launch of PlayhouseLive, a first-of-its-kind nonprofit streaming platform to showcase theatrical productions from multiple theaters around the country to a national and international audience. Premiering this fall, PlayhouseLive will be a digital hub for high-quality digital theater experiences, presenting live and live-captured performances, original series, educational programming and…

Untempered Look at Dementia in “The Father” at the Pasadena Playhouse
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Untempered Look at Dementia in “The Father” at the Pasadena Playhouse

By Brianna Chu Florian Zeller’s “Le Pére,” or “The Father,” translated to English by Christopher Hampton, subjects its audience to the fractured cacophony that remains of aging father André’s memories, forcing them to confront the distortion and disruption that dementia inflicts upon its sufferers. Delving into themes of reality, paranoia, splintered familial relationships, trauma, and…

‘The Father’ Astounds at the Pasadena Playhouse
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‘The Father’ Astounds at the Pasadena Playhouse

By May S. Ruiz If audiences who are watching ‘The Father’ at the Pasadena Playhouse are dazed and bewildered, then it would have spectacularly accomplished showing us what goes on in the mind of someone afflicted with dementia. Written by Florian Zeller and translated by Christopher Hampton, ‘The Father’ has been  acclaimed on two continents….

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