Location A Noise Within
3352 E. Foothill Blvd.
Events at A Noise Within
The company presents “The Dance of Death” by August Strindberg, adapted by Conor McPherson, the darkly comedic story of the dissolution of the marriage between Edgar, an artillery captain and Alice, a former actress who live on a remote Nordic island, and the deadly battle of wills that occurs after the arrival Alice’s cousin Kurt. It opens at 2 p.m. Sunday and continues through Nov. 23. Call or visit the Web site for show times and dates. Tickets are $40 and up.
“The Importance of Being Earnest” by Oscar Wilde opens, a Victorian-era satire whose protagonist uses an alias to escape burdensome obligations, exploring the themes of the era’s exaltation of maintaining appearances and the secret lives necessitated by maintaining by the rigidity of those social conventions. It continues through Nov. 22. Tickets start at $40. Call or visit the Web site for show times and dates.
A Noise Within presents the play “The Tempest” by William Shakespeare, the tragic-comic story of Prospero, the Duke of Milan and his daughter Miranda, who are marooned on an island due to the machinations of Prospero’s brother, Antonio in a production straddling the real and ethereal worlds. “The Tempest” opens at 2 p.m. Sunday and continues through Nov. 22. Tickets are $40 and up. Call or visit the Web site for tickets, show times and dates.