The previously scheduled production of Mike Lew’s Teenage Dick at Pasadena Playhouse will now be presented as a streaming option only due to the rising COVID-19 cases around the world, and will be available February 3-27. The film capture was recorded in Boston during the play’s run at Huntington Theatre Company.
Special Watch Party events will include live pre- and post-show talks with creatives from the production. The first is set for the stream's February 3 "opening night" at 7:30 PM PT, and will feature playwright Lew, director Moritz von Stuelpnagel, and actor Gregg Mozgala, along with host Sandra Tsing Loh. A second watch party will be held February 10 at 7:30 PM PT with the entire cast of the production.
The co-production between Pasadena Playhouse, Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, and Huntington Theatre Company was originally planned to be performed February 1-27 on the West Coast. By streaming the piece, producers will still be able to pay the artists and crew hired to work on the project and reach a broader audience. Tony nominee von Stuelpnagel directs.
A return engagement of Holland Taylor’s Ann (March 22–April 24) and Freestyle Love Supreme (July 12–August 7) are still scheduled as planned, with one more production to be revealed.
For more information and tickets, visit PasadenaPlayhouse.org.