Parson’s Nose Theater Company performs condensed classic adaptations that present the language, characters, plot and spirit of the world’s greatest writers.
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Boy oh boy – and girl oh girl – Have we got a season of live theater for you! As well as…wait for it…a new Subscription Program! Now you can plan five social outings with family and friends over the coming year. The Parson’s Nose Company of your favorite Los Angeles actors is ready to …continue reading »
“The Too Learned Ladies”
Rehearsal “Too Learned Ladies” at Parson’s Nose Abbey. Paul Perri, Hannah Mae Sturges, John Rafter Lee, Jill Rogosheske, Frazier Perez-Yadon, Kyla Schoer, Dorothy Brooks “The duty of comedy is to correct men by amusing them.” – JBP “Les Femmes Savantes” was written and performed by Jean Baptiste Poquelin (Moliere) in 1672, just a year before …continue reading »
A Government Inspector has been sent to Kraszny!” “To Kraszny?”
Join us for our first production in our new home! The Parson’s Nose Abbey! “He must have lied a little. I mean, you can’t speak without some lying.”In 1835 the Ukrainian short story writer Nikolai Gogol wrote his friend, Alexander Pushkin, requesting a theme for a new comedy. Pushkin sent his notes from an incident …continue reading »