Mrs. Warren’s Profession at A Noise Within

George Bernard Shaw’s Mrs. Warren’s Profession, one of the most scandalous and controversial plays of its time, recently opened to a receptive audience at South Pasadena theater company A Noise Within in a spirited new production that brings Shaw’s work to the modern day, with a contemporary female twist, reminding us that more than a hundred years after the play’s first performance in 1902, women … Continue reading Mrs. Warren’s Profession at A Noise Within

New York, New York Day Five: Russian Princesses and Josh Groban

Once again, I was speechless. There I stood outside the Imperial Theater in my Natasha Rostov inspired outfit, preparing to see Natasha, Pierre, and The Great Comet of 1812. The thing that most people don’t realize is that whatever the outfit you chose to wear to the theater may be, it will always influence, if not you directly, those around you. This is why I … Continue reading New York, New York Day Five: Russian Princesses and Josh Groban