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L.A. Stage Alliance to Help Pasadena Playhouse Ticketholders

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With the Pasadena Playhouse set to close in seven days, ticketholders are still in the dark about the money they've spent on future shows. Now a coalition of theatres, with the L.A. Stage Alliance in the lead, are working towards a solution, according to Michael Seel of the Boston Court Theatre in Pasadena. They are looking for ways to "support the Pasadena Playhouse and its subscribers, either through offering tickets to upcoming productions or in other ways, soon to be determined," he wrote in an e-mail newsletter. "We believe in the vital importance of theatre in the lives of those who love it and we will do our best to allow Playhouse subscribers the opportunity to continue enjoying theatre while the Playhouse reorganizes. We'll have more details about this program soon and will share it with our members."

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