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WEEKLYARTS & ENTERTAINMENT NEWSLETTERFROM  PASADENANOW

FOR FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, THROUGH THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2018

ExplorePasadena!  Each week our Calendarstaff vets dozens of events to bring you
this preview of the best happenings in town

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Putting on The Ritz with the Girl Who was Too Beautiful for Hollywood

Beethoven and his Mentors: Third @ First Concert

Madcap Men in Tights to Perform Shakespeare Plays in 90 Minutes

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Nightlife

Healing Blue

Innovate Pasadena Celebrates Technology with Connect Week

Innovate Pasadena holds Connect, a festival 0f independently organzied talks, workshops, and social events produced by independent organizers and hosted in venues all across Pasadena. During Connect Week, Innovate Pasadena invites entrepreneurs, engineers, investors, scientists, educators, businesspeople, designers, and students to unite and celebrate the creativity and ingenuity that’s right here in our own backyard.  Click here for a list of events

Lineage Dance
First United Methodist

Saturday, October 20, at 7:30 p.m.   (626) 844-7008

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Fall Follies
Pasadena Master Chorale
Carrie Hamilton Theatre
Thursday, October 25,  at 7:00 p.m.  (626) 208-0009

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West End Thriller
The Woman in Black is set in an isolated windswept mansion — with tragic secrets hidden behind its shuttered windows. There, a young lawyer encounters horrific visions in the house set amidst the eerie marshes and howling winds of England’s forbidding North Coast. He is a man obsessed, believing that his family has been cursed by a ghostly woman in black; he tells his terrifying story to exorcise the fear that grips his soul. 

PFAR Charitable Foundation Fundraiser
Dance for Hope
MACH1 Fall Festival Fundraiser
Red Hen Press Champagne Luncheon
Autumn in the Garden
● Fall Food + Wine Festival
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Frankenstein Meets Little Women
An exhibition featuring the artwork of 11 accomplished artists and illustrators. The artwork is inspired by two beloved literary classics that are celebrating anniversaries in 2018.
South Pasadena Library
Saturday, October 20, at 7:00 p.m. (626) 403-7340


The Colorful Women of Disney Annimation

Mindy Johnson, historian and author of the book Ink and Paint: The Women of Walt Disney’s Animation, will discuss the pioneering women behind the creative and technical advances in animated film at Walt Disney Studios, including the groundbreaking artist Mary Blair, who is featured in Pasadena Museum of History’s current exhibition, Something Revealed; California Women Artists Emerge, 1860-1960. The program takes place on Tuesday, October 23, 6:30 p.m. at the Pasadena Museum of History. In addition to their work at Disney, many of these women were also talented artists in other mediums and left important artistic legacies that Johnson will explore. Original clips and artwork from the Disney archives, along with images and works of fine art that were discovered through recent research will be featured.

Parson's Nose Mark Twain
Mark Twain returns from The Beyond to introduce some of the characters he met in his travels. A  family friendly piece that goes deep into very topical subjects such as prejudice, religion, and education, with Twain’s signature humor and pathos."
Parson's Nose Theatre
Various dates and times, (626) 403-7667

The Dog Bakery in Old Pasadena presents its annual Growl-O-Ween dog party and parade on Sunday, October 21. Dog owners dress their pups in their finest Halloween duds and take part in a doggie costume parade and contest. Growl-O-Ween is a free event that begins at 9:30 a.m. and continues through 11:30 p.m. The event is free, but please call the store or RSVP on Facebook to reserve a doggy goody bag. The world-famous Dog Bakery carries natural, fresh baked treats and birthday cakes for dogs, adoption day cakes, and cakes for any celebration. Dog owners can order online or stop by one of the Dog Bakery’s brand stores for fresh baked goods, dog food, toys, collars, and more. The stores also carry hard-to-find specialty items and top-selling pet goods.

Sashiko Embroidery
Sashiko is a form of folk textile art originating in northern rural Japan. Shashiko stitching is ideal for creating decorative patterns, hand-quilting, and more.
Pacific Asia Museum
Thursday, October 25, at 7:00 p.m. (626) 449-2742

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Old Pasadena Day of the Dead
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MUSIC: 
Mozart's Hauntingly Beautiful Requiem Opens Pasadena Symphony's 91st Season


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Tender melodies, powerful choruses, exquisite arias – Mozart’s Requiem gets the Pasadena Symphony’s Classics season off to a grand start. Hounded by controversy, perhaps no other piece of classical music has garnered as much speculation and mythology as Mozart’s contentious final masterpiece. With Mendelssohn and Elgar in toe, attendees will be blown away by the power of this beautiful and dramatic program that David Lockington has planned to open the 91st season.

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Slightly Spooky Stories
Ensemble Shakespeare Theater returns with a family-friendly retelling of your favorite Halloween stories. Enjoy a selection of stories that are funny, surprising, and slightly spooky. Kids (and grown-ups) are encouraged to come in costume.

October 20-21, at 11:00 a.m.| Descanso Gardens

Stories in the Children's Garden
Join The Huntington in the Children’s Garden for an hour of stories with Bing the Hummingbird, hands-on activities, and explore the natural world. The special theme for fall is seeds and how they grow.
 

October 20 at 1:00 p.m. | The Huntington
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●Orchid Show and Sale

Mists of Òran Mór, Into the Faerielands

Walking Tour of East Colorado

Rose Villa Walking Tour

Walk It, See It, Fix It

●District 6 Walk from Angels to Arroyo

UCLA Football

KPCC Open House
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Fall Festival
Giddy on up to this year's Fall Festival! Enjoy games, petting zoo, pony rides, crafts, costume contests for all ages, live entertainment, and more.

October 20 at 2:00 p.m. | Victory Park

Haunted Arroyo
Kidspace's Arroyo Adventure will be glowing with ghouls, spooks, and mystery as you journey through the Haunted Arroyo. Light yourself up with glow in the dark paint, and make a spooky potion.

October 121 at 5:00 p.m. | Kidspace

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Moonlight Maritime

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