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  • Living his character

    Living his character
    COSTA MESA — David Baida's heard it hundreds of times by now: "You were born to play that part." But it nearly took a miracle for the actor to audition for the role. After a run at Los Angeles' Pantages Theatre, Baida and the rest of the touring...
  • SCR announces upcoming shows

    New and recent works by award-winning playwrights Annie Baker, Sarah Ruhl and Itamar Moses are among the offerings in South Coast Repertory's 2010-11 lineup, which begins in September. The Costa Mesa theater company said it will mount 10 main...
  • Laguna Beach actress picked for 'Pippin'

    Laguna Beach actress picked for 'Pippin'
    Sabrina Harper comes off as such a nice and friendly person. And yet the actress is playing the manipulative Fastrada in the national touring production of "Pippin the Musical" at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts. Fastrada is queen, a scheming wife to...
  • On Theater: The beat, and the season, go on

    The Costa Mesa Playhouse will be 50 years old in June. I can testify to the authenticity of that observance since I started my 40-year community theater career in that first Costa Mesa production "Send Me No Flowers." Back then, it was known as the...
  • On Theater: 'Once' is one of a kind

    On Theater: 'Once' is one of a kind
    “Once” is a Broadway musical that dares to be different. Not only dares but demands. Stridently. At the top of its voice. This multi-award-winning show from 2013, now on stage at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts, goes out of its way to...
  • Segerstrom Center's 2013-14 season: 'Mormon,' 'Once,' solo divas

    Segerstrom Center's 2013-14 season: 'Mormon,' 'Once,' solo divas
    “The Book of Mormon” and “Once,” Broadway musicals that dominated the two most recent Tony Awards, will come to Segerstrom Center for the Arts in Costa Mesa during the three-venue complex’s 2013-14 season. Bernadette Peters...
  • On Theater: 'Anything Goes' finds new life

    On Theater: 'Anything Goes' finds new life
    The Cole Porter musical "Anything Goes" may become an octogenarian next year, but it can kick up its heels with the best of them, as is currently being evidenced at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts. This vintage piece of artistic fluff, bolstered by...
  • 'Raunchy' performance gets her the win

    'Raunchy' performance gets her the win
    At some point, the 17-year-old competing in the national high school theater competition in New York had to let her training and lifetime love of performing take over. In the end, all her time at the Huntington Beach High School Academy for the Performing...
  • Zoe Kazan dips back into love for new play 'Trudy and Max' at SCR

    Stage and screen credits abound in Zoe Kazan's family — her parents are the screenwriters Nicholas Kazan and Robin Swicord and her grandfather is the pioneering director Elia Kazan ("A Streetcar Named Desire"). But the 30-year-old actress and...
  • Alicia Alonso, Cuba's living legend of ballet

    Alicia Alonso, Cuba's living legend of ballet
    To her admirers, Alicia Alonso is the gracious grande dame of Cuban classical ballet. To detractors, she's a conservative cultural czarina who has clung to power even longer than Fidel Castro. But even some of her fiercest critics will concede that...
  • A new stage for South Coast Repertory

    A new stage for South Coast Repertory
    Being artistic director of a major regional stage company means you get to give everyone "notes" — theater lingo for putting in your two cents while a play is being readied. Being Marc Masterson, newly arrived as South Coast Repertory's artistic...
  • Breathing life into the traveling circus legacy

    An audience from around Orange County and beyond congregated inside a circus tent pitched at the Irvine Barclay Theatre's Cheng Hall for a one-hour extravaganza featuring one man. Surprisingly, there was never a dull moment. Stand-alone showman...