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  • Bridgette Ramirez

    Q&A with An Iliad Composer & Cellist Karen Hall

    Usually in the orchestra pit, Karen Hall has over 25 musical theater books in her repertoire and has been an on-camera cellist for TV shows such as Glee and Modern Family. Outside of music, Karen has trained in improv, clown, mime, and mask work. She enjoys pushing the visual component of musical performance to better…

  • A Noise Within

    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…

  • Bridgette Ramirez

    Black History in Pasadena

    We began preparing an overview of Black history in the city of Pasadena as a part of Black History Month, but as we sought insight from local Black community leaders, we found a beauty in taking the time to hear the deeper stories and remembrances and recollections. Although February may be over, Black history is…

  • A Noise Within

    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

    Black History Month Feature: Nancy Cheryll Davis-Bellamy

    Meet Nancy Cheryll Davis-Bellamy, Co-Founder and Artistic Producing Director of Towne Street Theatre, L.A.’s Premiere African-American Theatre Company. Discover what she calls her “creative evolution” from an actor to a director and a producer, as she brings under-recognized Black stories and characters to life on the stage. How did you get started on your artistic…

  • Bridgette Ramirez

    Black History Month Feature: Carolyn Ratteray

    Get to know our Resident Artist Carolyn Ratteray! You may recognize her from her role as Black Mary Wilkes in Gem of the Ocean and as the director for our virtual reading of Intimate Apparel. Today, Carolyn talks about her love of theatre from a young age and the legacy of her family as she as…

  • Bridgette Ramirez

    Black History Month Feature: Veralyn Jones

    Veralyn Jones is a Resident Artist at A Noise Within and a co-founder of Lower Depth Theatre. She shares about her unconventional path to her present-day career as an artist, following her curiosity to wherever it led her, from dance to Wall Street to theatre. How did you get started on your artistic journey? I…

  • Bridgette Ramirez

    Q&A with Shakespeare Consultant Dr. Miranda Johnson-Haddad

    You may recognize Dr. Miranda Johnson-Haddad as a scholar who has previously shared her extensive knowledge in Shakespeare and theatre with us at A Noise Within. You may also recognize her name from our playbills and study guides as the author of many insightful commentaries on the plays that we have produced. Now, you have…

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    Noise Now Trivia Quiz

    Director of Cultural Programming Jonathan Muñoz-Proulx challenges you to a game of trivia! How well do you know the Noise Now program?

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