It’s ArtNight Pasadena time again!
“What is your out of the box vision for a more sustainable future where humans are in right relationship with the environment?”
Performances last approximately 20 minutes.
You can also see our fall visual art exhibit by Luciana Abait The Maps That Failed Us Too; participate in interactive screen printing on reusable tote bags with the Altadena Library; and watch a performance by Tongva culture bearer Tina Calderon.
A BIT ABOUT BOSTON COURT
Boston Court Pasadena is dedicated to creating and presenting works that are innovative, diverse, vital and adventurous in an intimate setting.
We opened our doors in 2003 after philanthropist Z. Clark Branson decided to give back to the Pasadena community that fostered his love of the arts from a young age. Mr. Branson built a state-of-the-art facility that includes a 99-seat Main Stage and an 80-seat flexible space. A non-profit entity (The Theatre at Boston Court d/b/a Boston Court Pasadena) was created and charged with maintaining the facility as well as programming and funding its operations.
Each year, we produce a season of more than 100 exciting performances in theatre and music, including an Emerging Artists Series and a New Play Reading Festival. We also showcase rotating visual art exhibits that complement the themes of our music and theatre programming.
VIRTUAL BUILDING TOUR
Join Managing Director Cheryl Rizzo for a hysterical tour through the building we miss so much.