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THE GEORGIA T. MCCLAY FRIENDSHIP CENTER

When you come to The Pasadena Playhouse, we invite you to 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 June 2 – 26, 2016

MIND BEHIND THE MADWOMAN

Exhibit  Designed by Janine Christiano

Presented by The Armory Center for the Arts

 

Peer into the MIND BEHIND THE MADWOMAN with an exhibit presented by the Armory Center for the Arts, designed by Janine Christiano, in celebration of Sandra Tsing Loh and The Pasadena Playhouse’s debut of her play, THE MADWOMAN IN THE VOLVO. The exhibit is housed in the Georgia T. McClay Friendship Center located off our Courtyard. In this exhibit, learn more about the journey of Sandra and her play, get a feel for Burning Man, and see how society’s views on “the change” have evolved through the ages. When you stop by the Friendship Center, feel free to share your memories of personal transformation, and leave us your feedback in our journal.


The Pasadena Playhouse is proud to partner with The Armory Center for the Arts on this exhibition. Partnerships like this is one way that helps us to ensure the highest degree of artistic excellence for our community.

 

 Burning Man  Madwoman In The Volvo: A Memoir by Sandra Tsing Loh   Menopause

 

About The Armory Center for the Arts

 

The Armory Center for the Arts has been at the forefront of art education in southern California for more than 60 years. It originated as the education department of the Pasadena Art Museum in 1947. Today, it maintains its commitment to providing accessible public spaces for the exhibition of contemporary art and to providing meaningful experiences in art education.

With a mission to build on the power of art to transform lives and communities through creating, teaching and presenting the arts, the Armory serves more than 100,000 people annual since 2007.

 


    

 


 

 

 

Click here to view information on past exhibits.