When you come to The Pasadena Playhouse, we invite you step into The Georgia T. McClay Friendship Center for interactive exhibits, dramaturgical material and conversation surrounding our Main Stage productions. The exhibits and installations change with each production. Check this page frequently for current information.

Running November 2 – 30, 2014



A pivotal moment of the play STOP KISS takes place in a New York City park. Artist Kathie Foley-Meyer transforms the Friendship Center into a “Park of the Mind” to enrich your experience of the play and highlight the universality of first love and a first kiss. Audience members are invited to “stroll through the park” and add your memories of your favorite first kiss to the trees. This Friendship Center design also creates the space for post-show conversation. Following most of the performances, please find the Director and/or Community Organizer in the Friendship Center and engage in dialogue about the themes of the play.

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About the Artist

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Kathie Foley-Meyer
Kathie Foley-Meyer is an artist and graphic designer. Kathie served on the Museum of Neon Art (MONA) Board of Trustees from 2006-2012. She currently serves as Vice President of the Board of Directors of Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE). In 2011 her work was exhibited in Artists Unite for Japan, a group show by Art from the Ashes (AFTA) and the Japan Society to benefit victims of the earthquake. Her sculpture Brown People, Glass House was part of MONA’s Home Sweet Home exhibition at the 2012 Orange County Fair. She was the creator of Project Bronzeville, a 2013 collaborative multidisciplinary arts project that explored the period in Los Angeles history when African Americans resided in Little Tokyo. Kathie was a featured artist and the co-curator, along with Peter J. Harris, of the exhibition highlighting the history of African American theater for The Pasadena Playhouse production of KISS ME, KATE, and she’s excited to be working with The Playhouse again for its production of STOP KISS.



Click here to view information on past exhibits.