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Musical Theater

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  • Wednesday's Calendar

    TODAY What Is A 'Tea Party'? Guest speaker Scott Baugh, chairman of the Orange County GOP, gives a guest speaking engagement at Halecrest Park, 3124 College Ave., Costa Mesa. For reservations, call Tom Pollitt at tompollitt@ca.rr.com or call (714) 612-...
  • 'Idol' brings 'Rock of Ages'

     'Idol' brings 'Rock of Ages'
    It seems that this is the role he was born to play. For "American Idol" finalist Constantine Maroulis, portraying a would-be rock star has meant critical acclaim, a Tony nomination and … unbearably freezing temperatures. Hopefully that last...
  • Tuesday's Calendar

    Tuesday's Calendar
    TODAY Echo Echo Local indie rock band Echo Echo performs Tuesdays in January at La Cave, 1695 Irvine Ave., Costa Mesa. The free show starts at 10 p.m. and is 21 and older only. For more information, visit http://www.myspace.com/lacave. Dance At...
  • Letting his 'Hair' down

    Letting his 'Hair' down
    While putting on his uniform to attend an all-boy Catholic high school in Orange County, Marshal Kennedy Carolan never dreamed that in a few short years he would grow out his hair and travel the country, doing drugs, dissing the establishment and taking...
  • On Theater: 'HAIR' is 'seething in ensemble excellence'

    Can it be more than 40 years since Orange Coast College musical theater star Diane Hall moved to New York, changed her surname to "Keaton," and won a role in the original production of "HAIR: The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical"? Well, Diane Keaton'...
  • Comments & Curiosities: Revolution in one word: Hair

    "Gimme a head with hair, long beautiful hair … shining, gleaming, streaming, flaxen, waxen. Give me down-to-there hair, shoulder length or longer, flow it, show it, long as God can grow it, hair!" We're not talking about my hair actually, even...
  • Classically Trained: A musical introduction

    Classically Trained: A musical introduction
    CORONA DEL MAR — I remember it like it was yesterday. There I was, a simple young suburbanite pillaging my way through the fourth grade, one of many among the huddled miniature masses headed for the multipurpose room. It was the same room where...
  • For Segerstrom, an operatic birthday present

    What can you get as a birthday present for a man who already has two concert halls with his name on them? For Henry Segerstrom, you get America's diva, Renée Fleming, to make her debut in Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall on his 88th birthday...
  • Classically Trained: Enjoying Oz with a live score

    Classically Trained: Enjoying Oz with a live score
    I saw a rainbow over in the distance on my way to "The Wizard of Oz" concert Thursday night. Seriously. Luckily there weren't any tornadoes that night to impede mine or other Pacific Symphony concertgoers' progress to the concert hall — just a...
  • Pacific Symphony musicians to play for donors

    Musicians from the Pacific Symphony and friends will be serenading donors at the second annual Musical Blood & Marrow Drive in Corona del Mar from noon to 6 p.m. April 29. The event at the Newport Center United Methodist Church, 1601 Marguerite Ave.,...
  • Students on board for 'South Pacific'

    Students on board for 'South Pacific'
    Corona del Mar High School is bringing the best of Broadway to Newport Beach with a show that will enchant romance junkies, musical enthusiasts and World War II buffs alike. High school students will be performing Richard Rodgers' and Oscar Hammerstein'...
  • '9 to 5' finds new life on stage

    '9 to 5' finds new life on stage
    Ever have the feeling that if you just got your boss out of the picture, you could run the company the way it ought to be run? These ladies did, with a ball-gag and a lot of forged signatures. The Broadway musical version of "9 to 5" will land at the...