Topical, Funny, Spectacularly Good Time
Native Gardens, the witty, new play by Karen Zacarias is currently blooming into a bona fide hit at the Pasadena Playhouse. Directed with a keen sense of comedy and rhythm by Jason Alexander, the play digs into everything from acclimation to migration, ageism, classism and sexism in a most hilarious and entertaining way. It never preaches or hits you over the head; just delivers laugh after uproarious laugh, so much so that you miss the next line while laughing at the last. Pablo and Tania, a young, yuppie, Latinx couple move in to a fixer upper in a tony Washington DC neighborhood and meet their neighbors, Frank and Virginia, an older, white couple whose yard connects with theirs by flowerbeds and an ugly chain link fence. The usual niceties quickly give way to…
Listen: Jason Alexander Reads ‘The Hunter-Gatherer, Parking Division’
On this week’s Modern Love podcast, the actor tells a story of love and skillful parking.
Pasadena Playhouse Season Includes Ragtime and Tiny Beautiful Things
Jason Alexander will direct the season opener, Karen Zacarias’ Native Gardens.
2018/2019 Season Announced For Pasadena Playhouse, Including RAGTIME, THE WOMAN IN BLACK, and More
Pasadena Playhouse Producing Artistic Director Danny Feldman announced four new mainstage productions for 2018-2019.
BWW Review: BELLEVILLE at Pasadena Playhouse
If the currency of a healthy relationship is communication then Abby and Zack, the married couples in Amy Herzog's play BELLEVILLE playing at the Pasadena Playhouse through Sunday, May 13th, will go bankrupt. The play may take place in the heart on Paris, but this show follows as this couple traverse emotions a lot less like love and more like lunacy as they struggle to understand each other.
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