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  • UCI to pay tribute to a master

    UCI to pay tribute to a master
    Sixty-three years ago, Donald McKayle had no idea that he would wind up in dance. All that the kid from East Harlem needed was a spark to ignite a passion in him, which would enable McKayle to establish an ongoing legacy for years to come. Since then,...
  • Reporter's Notebook: Showing off their girl power

    "KAPOW!" "BANG!" and "SMASH!" were the cartoon speech bubbles I imagined coming out of the dancers' mouths. With kicks, punches, jumps, flips and a whole lot of attitude, Corona del Mar High School's 22-girl dance team, Orchesis, was a force to be...
  • Forever young at 80

     Forever young at 80
    Corona del Mar resident Joan Templeton Morris and her husband, Bob Morris, hosted a fabulous "Forever 20" party Sunday for more than 100 guests at the Bahia Corinthian Yacht Club in Newport Beach. Brunch was followed by two hours of dancing and music...
  • On Theater: Two enduring shows offer comfort viewing

    Stretching stories around a number of already established songs from a single source isn't a particularly new approach. Over 50 years ago, Hollywood produced the Oscar-winning "An American in Paris" with all-George Gershwin music and created an enduring...
  • Classically Trained: Bringing their best to Bulgaria

    Classically Trained: Bringing their best to Bulgaria
    IRVINE — They've sold out two concerts in Europe. But that was probably the easiest part. Now they've got to pack their suitcases and polish their instruments — not to mention print out those boarding passes to fly to the shows. Still, sold-...
  • Love of dance leads to Bert

      Love of dance leads to Bert
    A supercalifragilisticexpialidocious Broadway show is about to open in Costa Mesa. The beloved 1964 Disney film "Mary Poppins" has been remade into a wildly successful musical, and features all of the same characters: disobedient Jane and Michael Banks;...
  • Zillman finds groove

    Zillman finds groove
    COSTA MESA — James Zillman had every right to dance in the afternoon heat Friday at the Costa Mesa Tennis Center. He had just won back-to-back tournament titles for the first time. But Zillman, 15, walked off the court and posed for a photo with...
  • More than singing and dancing

    More than singing and dancing
    COSTA MESA — Seated at a grand piano, Mary Leist played the oversized instrument as she taught three students the basics of music. They sang and laughed along. "So a piano starts with a 'C' and ends with a 'C,'" Leist explained to high school...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Speak Up Newport awards scholarships

    The Speak Up Newport Board of Directors presented the 2011 Dorothy Hardcastle Scholarship Awards to two students at its July meeting. Corona del Mar High School's Abigail McBean and Newport Harbor High School's Alex Jolly both won the $1,500...
  • San Francisco Ballet returns to Orange County

    San Francisco Ballet returns to Orange County
    The San Francisco Ballet, one of the country's oldest and most esteemed professional ballet companies, will return to the Segerstrom Center for the Arts in September for the first time in three years. The company will perform Sept. 27 to 28 and Sept....
  • From bean fields to ballet: Segerstrom Center celebrates 25 years

    From bean fields to ballet: Segerstrom Center celebrates 25 years
    COSTA MESA — Bonnie Hall was there when the cultural ground in Orange County shifted to the rousing sounds of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony. On opening night, Sept. 29, 1986, the soprano and other members of the Pacific Chorale sang the vocal climax...
  • Letters From The Editor: Arts O.C. debuts today

    The Daily Pilot does a decent job of covering fine arts. I think we can do better. The newspaper of record in the "City of the Arts" caters to a sophisticated bunch of readers who enjoy everything from the Segerstrom Center to South Coast Repertory....