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    Meet Our New Board Members

    We are thrilled to announce that four members of the Los Angeles community will join our Board of Directors! Randi Tahara, Susan Toler Carr, Veralyn Jones, and Alan Blumenfeld bring a wide range of experience and expertise along with diverse perspectives to ANW as we enter the 30th Anniversary Season.  Producing Artistic Directors Geoff Elliott and Julia Rodriguez-Elliott said, “We are very excited to announce four new additions to our…

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    Pride Month: Q&A with Patrick Garcia

    Patrick Garcia is the Director of Performing Arts and Producing Artistic Director at Monrovia High School. He has been on the Board of A Noise Within since 2015 and has done numerous education programs with ANW. Read about his journey and experiences in theater and directing.   How did you get started on your career…

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    Women’s History Month: Q&A with ANW Staff

    For Women’s History Month, we are highlighting several of the amazing women on our staff. Whether they are in the front of house, our office, or even our stage, these women make the magic happen at our theatre. How did you end up in the career or job you have now? Deborah Strang (Subscriber Services…

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    Meet Our Interns

    Written by Paul Ramirez Don’t call them angels. This dynamic trio is ready for anything that may come their way as they have had to navigate college and intern life during a worldwide pandemic. Zoom fatigue anyone? Read on to explore answers from our three spring interns Anika Perera (New York University Tisch, Major: Drama,…

  • Bridgette Ramirez

    Favorite Holiday Traditions From ANW Staff & Resident Artists

    To get us in a festive mood, some of our staff and Resident Artists have shared their favorite holiday traditions with their families and friends (including a few that are tailored to this year’s… special circumstances). Who knows? You may find traditions that you also share, or brand new ones that you can try with…

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    Hispanic & Latinx Heritage Month Feature: Julia Rodriguez-Elliott

    We are wrapping up our the Hispanic & Latinx Heritage Month celebration by spotlighting our very own founder and Artistic Director, Julia Rodriguez-Elliott! Read about how her work, culture, and life experience have culminated to where she is now as an arts leader. How did you get started on your theatre journey? I wasn’t officially…

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    Latinx Heritage Month Feature: Jonathan Muñoz-Proulx

    Director of Cultural Programming Jonathan Muñoz-Proulx tours us through his beginnings as an artist in the corporate world, to his present-day adventure as the director of Noise Now and as a prominent Los Angeles arts leader. Enjoy our latest Q&A feature for Latinx Heritage Month! How did you get started on your theatre journey? My…

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    Meet Stage Manager & New Resident Artist Samantha Sintef

    You might not have seen Samantha Sintef on stage at A Noise Within, but for years she’s been working hard behind-the-scenes to make sure our productions run smoothly. Now get to know ANW’s newest Resident Artist better! How long have you been working at ANW? I began working with A Noise Within in Fall 2013….

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    Fond farewell to the beautiful cast of Mancha

    On stage, back stage, the cast of Man of La Mancha was always serving up looks and we have Gabriel Zenone to thank for these amazing shots. It’s hard to say goodbye to the beautiful cast and crew that we love so much!

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    Congratulations to Former Intern Qiaoyu Zhang!

    Qiaoyu Joy Zhang, our lighting intern from Fall 2017, will be pursuing her master’s degree in lighting design from Carnegie Mellon this fall! Resident Artist Ken Booth worked with her during A Tale of Two Cities as well as The Madwoman of Chaillot, where she operated the light board. Ken Booth said: “She was very attentive and diligent…

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