On July 15, 2004, Ego Plum and the Ebola Music Orchestra, fashion designer Julie Plum, and performance artists Kimberly Gooze and Susan Patel came together to head the unpredictable celebration of the Cabaret Voltaire One Year Anniversary.
The Producers, the new Mel Brooks musical will make its Orange County premiere at the Orange County Performing Arts Center as part of the Bank of America Broadway Series from August 3-22 in Segerstrom Hall. Everything you've heard is true! Mel Brooks has put the comedy back into musical comedy.
The winner of six 2002 Tony Awards including Best Musical, "Thoroughly Modern Millie" is this season's most awarded new show on Broadway, and it comes to the Orange County Performing Arts Center July 27-August 1. "Thoroughly Modern Millie" takes audiences back to Manhattan at the height of the Jazz Age, when women were bobbing their hair, raising their hemlines, entering the workforce and rewriting the rules of love.
Universal Ballet, under the general direction of Julia Moon and artistic direction of Oleg Vinogradov, returns to Los Angeles with three performances of its acclaimed production of "Romeo and Juliet."
The set is simple, the story straightforward, and the acting fair. S. L. Stebel and Charles Rome Smith's adaptation of a Ray Bradbury story falls a bit short of the tail of "love, longing and lurking death" that was promised.
The Orange County Performing Arts Center, in partnership with the Los Angeles Times, strives to "bring the best in dance to the community." The 2003-2004 season is no exception. From the Kirov Ballet to the American Ballet Theatre, excellence is the standard.
The "Queen of the Blues" is back! "ER's" Yvette Freeman reprises her Obie Award-winning role as Dinah Washington when International City Theatre presents "Dinah Was" at the Long Beach Performing Arts Center