Paradise at The Ruskin Theatre is a musical comedy - with fiddles and banjos and foot stompin’ and guys with bushy beards. It’s campy, it’s kooky, and it’s sometimes cringe-worthy - but only in that really good way
Hill Harper Charity event was star studded all the stars came out to support his Empower Our Youth Literacy Benefit this was a wonderful time with elegance and class between his books and charities he has made a great impact on numerous communities
Taking Costa Mesa by ‘tornado’, Wicked hits the stage and transforms the Segerstrom Center for the Arts to the ‘Land of Oz’. Wicked is Broadway’s biggest blockbuster by Stephen Schwartz and Winnie Holzman, based on the novel by Gregory Maguire
Neumeier’s Little Mermaid is certainly not commercial like Disney’s version but will appeal to the artistic avant-garde crowd. The elaborate production features more than 60 performers and continues through Sunday at Segestrom Center of the Arts.
Tony award-winning playwright David Henry Hwang explores the issues of language barriers and misunderstandings in his hilarious and insightful comedy, Chinglish, which is a welcome addition to South Coast Repertory’s 2012-2013 Season
‘Wicked’ comes back to the West Coast for another prime performance. A show that has been a past favorite for many will be at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts starting February 20th. For more information please visit: www.scfta.org