Exploration

Words Within Resident Artists’ Play Reading Series Schedule

  • Wednesday, July 23, 7pm | Heroes by Gerald Sibleyras, translated by Tom Stoppard | Directed by Abby Craden
  • Monday, August 4, 7pm | The Lady’s Not for Burning by Christopher Fry | Directed by William Dennis Hunt
  • Monday, September 29, 7pm | Copenhagen by Michael Frayn | Director TBD
  • Admission to these events is free. To RSVP, call the Box Office at 626.356.3100.

    The INsiders is an interactive club for the theatre’s literary-minded patrons. The INsiders aims to engage its members by creating a forum for ideas informed by and inspired by the season’s diverse offering of plays.

    INsight

    Insiders come together on select Tuesday evenings for lively discussions revolving around each of the season’s plays. Enjoy refreshments and meet new friends as guest scholars offer a fresh perspective on these timeless works. Membership includes a copy of the playscript.

    INspire

    Participate in two exciting, specialized workshops throughout the season! INsiders might…

    • Walk through the Designer Process
    • Examine a Playwright’s Past
    • Explore the realms of World Drama

    These additional workshops provide an avenue to travel deeper into the heart of each play.

    Following select performances, A Noise Within hosts informal post-show conversations with the artists. Join us on these magical nights where anything can happen!

    Fall 2014 Conversation Dates

    Spring 2015 Conversation Dates

    Noted scholars join A Noise Within artists in a lively discussion series, tailored to each production.

    All symposia occur on Wednesdays at 6pm and are FREE for all ticket holders. No reservation required.

    A Noise Within’s study guides are for teachers, students and patrons alike!

    They are developed, primarily, to assist teachers in preparing their students for a visit to the theatre. The guides are rich with detailed facts about the playwrights, period, historical production information, and design of the plays.

    Click Here for our Study Guide Archive