PASADENA, CALIF.: A Noise Within (ANW) has announced that they will release two films of stage productions for their digital 2021 spring season. The first production will be available to stream in April.
In preparation for filming the productions, managing director Michael Bateman said that ANW is “engaging in ongoing conversations with crew, staff, and artists to ensure that we hear all voices and make everyone feel as safe as possible.” Additionally, the company is “looking farther into the future to make the facility as safe as possible for our audiences when we invite everyone for live performances once again.”
The first production will be An Iliad, Lisa Peterson and Denis O’Hare’s modern retelling of Homer’s epic. A one-person show, An Iliad weaves a tale of tragedy and triumph with an enduring love for every victim of war. The production will stream from April 22 to May 16, with co-producing artistic director Julia Rodriguez-Elliott serving as director and Andressa Cordeiro serving as director of photography.
Next up will be Eva Le Gallienne and Florida Friebus’s adaptation of Alice in Wonderland, which briefly played ANW in the spring of 2020. The cast will return to tell Lewis Carroll’s fractured fairy tale about the mystery and effervescent wonder of growing up. Directed by Stephanie Shroyer, Alice in Wonderland will stream May 27 to June 20.
A Noise Within produces world-class performances of classic theatre and runs robust education programs committed to inspiring diverse audiences of all ages.
Creative credits for production photo: Director: Stephanie Shroyer; Scenic Design: Frederica Nascimento; Costume Design: Angela Balogh Calin; Lighting Design: Ken Booth; Original Music & Sound Design: Josh Grondin; Wig / Make-Up Design: Shannon Hutchins
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