Putting It Together
December 15, 2019
Conundrum finished out the year at Lincoln with a one-night-only production of Putting it Together, a five-person musical review full of Sondheim favorites. The Conundrum Artistic Board performed in the show and nearly sold out the brewery!
Thank you to our partners at Lincoln Beer Company for hosting this special night!
Conundrum Cabaret: Dogfight
June 9, 2019
Conundrum continued its successful partnership with Lincoln in 2019 with a fully staged reading of Dogfight. This rarely-produced show from the team behind Dear Evan Hansen and The Greatest Showman brought a ton of new talent to Conundrum and proved that a brewery is absolutely the right venue for a musical.
Thanks again to our partners at Lincoln Beer Company. Look forward to many more productions in this space in 2019 and beyond!
Broadway 'N Beer: Christmas Cabaret
December 9, 2018
In December 2018 Conundrum partnered with Lincoln Beer Company in Burbank to put on Broadway 'n Beer--a holiday cabaret pairing sets of songs with Lincoln's delicious beers.
This holiday performance brought together incredible voices and a packed house. The evening ended with an open mic and holiday sing-a-long.
October 29-November 20, 2016
Conundrum had its first fully-staged production with Funny Girl at the Colony Theater in Burbank. Conundrum partnered with Friends of the Rialto to bring Funny Girl to life for Burbank, Pasadena and Los Angeles audiences.
This production garnered rave reviews and pulled together incredibly talented performers, musicians and technical professionals to put on a professional production that reached hundreds of audience members.
April 2, 2016
In April, Conundrum presented a fully staged reading of Showtune at the Rialto Theatre to an enthusiastic audience of hundreds of locals--many of whom were first-time Conundrum audience members.
With this cabaret, Conudrum showed that with talent, ingenuity and resourcefulness, we can mount successful productions with limited financial resources.
Death of Jubal
March 12, 2016
The Death of Jubal was Conundrum's inaugural play and our first new work. This full-length tragicomedy by local playwright John Bolen played to a full house at Old Oak Cellars in Pasadena, and introduced a whole new group to Conundrum Theatre Company.
This show was a huge hit thanks to our talented creative and production team and all our volunteers.
Bells Are Ringing
November 15, 2015
Conundrum Theatre Company's self-produced cabaret series continued with a staged reading of Bells Are Ringing. This charming show featured both veteran and new talent for CTC performing to a sold out house.
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90th Birthday Gala
October 17, 2015
South Pasadena's historic Rialto Theatre opened for one night only on October 17th to celebrate 90 years since it's opening. Conundrum Theatre Company produced the talent portion of the evening which featured variety acts true to the theatre's vaudevillian history, including a live organist and silent film, opera, dance, musical theatre, and an original song written in the theatre's honor.
Press coverage for the event includes PCC Courier and Pasadena Star News.
The Pajama Game
May 21, 2015
Conundrum's second cabaret, featuring vocal selections from The Pajama Game, was yet another successful evening filled with food, fun, singing, and dancing. The Sleeptite gang brought new life to this classic show providing an entertaining evening for all.
March 10, 2015
Conundrum Theatre Company's self-produced inagural cabaret night featured vocal selections from Chess. Our talented cast of twelve was met with a full house and sang and danced their way to a standing ovation!
Thank you to our cast, volunteers, and all those who came out to support us!
Bringing Back Broadway
"Night On Broadway"
January 27, 2015
Night on Broadway was the first time in decades that seven of Broadway's historic theatres were open to the public on the same night - more than 35,000 people came out to celebrate and be part of history!
This was not just LA history, but Conundrum history. With only a week of rehearsal and a budget of $100, we were able to put on a professional production - with no tech rehearsal! Thank you again to all who came out or supported us in spirit!!!