Hop on the L Line (Gold) to catch “The Father” at the Pasadena Playhouse! The show is running from Feb. 5 through March 1.
“The Father,” directed by Jessica Kubzansky, is a memorable story starring acclaimed actor Alfred Molina in a tour-de-force performance as André.
Enjoy a responsible night out by going Metro to see The Father, playing at the Pasadena Playhouse Feb. 5 thru March 1. Use your TAP card to get discounts to select shows! https://t.co/EVwFyTgCdM pic.twitter.com/8Fk7SfJNUl
— LA Metro (@metrolosangeles) January 25, 2020
The Pasadena Playhouse has served as a public space for theatrical events for 100 years, and you can be part of their history by attending this play. Show your TAP card at the box office and save 20 percent on tickets to any Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday performance, or use promo code “METRO” online. At pick-up, show your TAP card to a patron services associate.
Other perks of going Metro include:
• No parking
• Avoiding traffic
• Helping the environment
Tip: Use the Trip Planner on metro.net to find more route options!
Categories: Transportation News
For those of us that do not live or work in Pasadena or not too familiar with the area; it would have been very helpful if you gave better directions on how to get to the Pasadena Playhouse. What Metro Rail Station to get off at or what bus we should take. If the information is on here, I have no idea where to find it.
The Playhouse is a short block south of Colorado Blvd a 3 blocks west of Lake Ave. The Lake Ave station on the L (Gold) line is closest. Colorado has stops for Pasadena 10, Metro 180, 181, 256, 686, 780, and Foothill 187 with in a few blocks. And on Lake Pasadena 10, 20, Metro 180, 258