students. Tickets reserved in advance receive a discount. For
reservations, call 509-1041.
Mary Baker Eddy display
at Burbank library
The nationally acclaimed touring exhibit, "This is Woman's Hour" --
The Life of Mary Baker Eddy" is on display at the Burbank Central Library
through April 29.
On national tour since 1998, this multimedia exhibit explores the life
of this 19th-century woman of achievement. News clippings, photographs
and listening stations tell Eddy's story.
Eddy broke through 19th-century society's restrictions on women to
become a noted author, healer, teacher and publisher. Her best-selling
book "Science and Health with Key to the Scripture," celebrated its 125th
anniversary of uninterrupted printing last October.
The Christian Science Monitor, the newspaper she founded in 1908, will
soon mark its 92nd year of publication.
The library is at 110 N. Glenoaks Blvd., Burbank. Hours are 9:30 a.m.
to 9 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday and 10 a.m.
to 6 p.m. today. The Library will be closed on Easter Sunday.
'Hay Fever' performed
by A Noise Within
"Hay Fever" by Noel Coward is being produced by A Noise Within,
Glendale's classical theater company.
Directed by Art Manke, co-artistic director, the play is about the
highly independent and overtly bohemian Bliss family. Actress Judith and
novelist David are prone to elaborate parlor games, artistic outbursts
and hysterical indulgences. Four guests expecting a romantic weekend in
the country are instead treated to "Blissful" eccentricities and
unorthodox hospitality in this 1925 comedy of very bad manners.
The play continues through May 24, in repertory with Shakespeare's
"The Comedy of Errors."
Ticket prices range from $16 to $40 and can be reserved by calling
(323) 953-7795. The theater is at 234 S. Brand Blvd. in Glendale.
'The Comedy of Errors'
produced by A Noise Within
Guest director Danny Scheie, former artistic director of Shakespeare
Santa Cruz, stages his signature production of "The Comedy of Errors"
performed by A Noise Within in Glendale.
Shakespeare's dizzying farce of mistaken identity is set into