Venue Details

559 Star Starred
The Pasadena Playhouse
39 S. El Molino Ave. Pasadena, CA 91101
626-356-7529
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Rusty
Grabbed some food at Urth Cafe pre-show. Also many other options in walking distance. Tender Greens, Roys etc.
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Rusty
The weather was cool. I wore some nice slacks and jacket. But lots of older folks go here, so imagine doctor's night out with wives. But you can be hip/artsy edgy, if you want. Just put on your "I don't care if you stare" attitude..
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Reviews & Ratings

58 ratings
4.0 average rating
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jax
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5 reviews
6 stars
attended Mar 26 2014

Best show I've seen at the Playhouse, actually on a level with the Coward revivals you can see in London. Davison and Lawrence were sublime, hugely talented actors. GO!

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102 reviews
48 stars
attended Apr 06 2014

Somewhat disappointing. It was great to have a chance to finally see Coward's courageous swan song to his life in the theater and the public eye. However the production lacked the rapid pacing and an innate understanding of the complexities of the...continued

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63 reviews
45 stars
attended Mar 29 2014

Having read reviews of the show, we went expecting a fabulous evening. We were disappointed. The show I'm sure was good but it was hard if not impossible to understand what was being said. We could understand the male character, but except for...continued

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Website

http://www.pasadenaplayhouse.org/

Quotes & Highlights

“The drama grapples candidly with the costs, both psychological and artistic, of repression. Manke’s sumptuously designed and supremely well-acted production makes a case for this being an overlooked gem in the Coward canon.” —Los Angeles Times