Pasadena Playhouse, the official State Theater of California, is internationally recognized for its significant role in the development of American theater. One of the most prolific theaters in the country, the Playhouse has staged thousands of original productions since its founding in 1917 including premieres of works by Tennessee Williams, Eugene O’Neill, Suzan Lori Parks and hundreds more.
Under the leadership of Producing Artistic Director Danny Feldman since 2016, Pasadena Playhouse’s productions and community programs are centered on its founding idea of being a living force in its community, making theater for everyone. Today, the Playhouse continues to advance the American theater and serves as a hub for the top theatermakers of our time.
In this episode, we chat about the theater's upcoming season, dive into Danny's own creative journey, and dig deeper into important matters of diversity, accessibility, creative living, and more.
For more information about Pasadena Playhouse, or to book tickets, visit https://www.pasadenaplayhouse.org/
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