The Pasadena Playhouse will stage Noël Coward's "A Song At Twilight" starring Golden Globe-winner Bruce Davison and "NYPD Blue" alum Sharon Lawrence. Purchase single tickets to the play or upgrade to a two-show package including Buster Keaton play "Stoneface" starring French Stewart and save up to 35%.
Noël Coward's "A Song At Twilight" -- valid for Tuesday, March 18 - Sunday, April 13
Single performance tickets in Front Orchestra and Front Mezzanine tickets cost:
Coward's final and rarely produced play focuses on celebrated author Hugo Latymer who, at the autumn of his days, wonders if his fear of intimacy and public scandal kept him from embracing his one true love and what choices he would make if given a second chance.
The Pasadena Playhouse Two Show Package:
Noël Coward's "A Song At Twilight" -- choose from Tuesday, April 1 - Sunday, April 13
"Stoneface" -- choose from Tuesday, June 17 - Sunday, June 29
Front Orchestra and Front Mezzanine packages cost:
"Stoneface" was called "highly imaginative" and "ingenious" by Leonard Maltin. The show chronicles the life of Buster Keaton through a mix of his own silent films and a live on stage recreation of some of the Hollywood legend's most memorable gags.
Tickets purchased for Thursday-Sunday shows include a voucher good for a complimentary glass of wine (Sommelier's Choice) at neighboring Monopole Wine on the day of the performance. Check their website for hours of Wine Bar operation.