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Discover the Playhouse Making an Impact on the American Theatre Pasadena Playhouse is under the guidance of Artistic Director Sheldon Epps, whose commitment to cultural and theatrical diversity brings vitality and direction to the theatre. This...more
I enjoy going to plays and the Pasadena Playhouse is a nice place to see small theatre plays. It was built about 100 years ago and has that Southern California 1920s feel about it. The internal architecture is 1920s also. I saw “The Woman in...More
This classic has been in business for over 100 years. We've been a season ticket holders off and on for over 25 years. Back in the 80s, the plays were unbelievably amazing. Then they went through a period of really boring plays that put us...More
My husband and I love the Pasadena Playhouse. The staff are all so helpful and professional. The setting is intimate and the crew puts so much effort into the set design. We purchase our tickets on Goldstar for a significant discount. There are a limited...More
It appears some of the reviews are about the performances and the productions rather than the theater itself. However, I will focus on the institution itself. It has been around for many decades and it is well worth a visit. The orchestra seats are good...More
The reviews have been really mixed. We saw the show Last evening and I think it is fair to say that it is a slice of life. One thing for sure it stays with you. People say dark, depressing etc etc. I say thought provoking....More
Anna Camp was wonderful, but, the play was confusing especially since it was difficult to hear some of the dialogue and then the French was thrown in without clarification... it was 90 minutes of easedropping on someone's bad marriage.
Long drawn out play about two self centered people without a clue. Writing is slow and unclear, actors made the best of a bad situation. The directing was awful, slow and painful. The plot never develops the tension it’s trying to build. Love big periods...More
Attended the Pasadena Playhouse to see "Shout, Sister, Shout!", and was immensely impressed by the facility and the quality of the production. It's not a large theater, would guess it's capacity at 800-900 seats; the small size gives a feeling of intimacy with what's happening...More