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L.A. theater openings, Oct. 23-30: Shadow-theater artist Miwa Matreyek and more

2 months agoArts : Culture Monster

This week: Multimedia artist Miwa Matreyek collaborates and also goes solo at REDCAT. Plus, Tony winner Betty Buckley holds court at Segerstrom Center and Bob Eubanks shares fond memories of the Fab Four. The Exonerated The Actors’ Gang remounts its production of Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen’s...

Missed out on 'Beautiful - The Carole King Musical'? Now you get another chance

2 months agoArts : Culture Monster

If you missed seeing the Broadway hit “Beautiful — The Carole King Musical” when it was at the Pantages this summer, take note. The show is coming to Segerstrom Center for the Arts from Tuesday through Oct. 16. The Costa Mesa rendition will feature much of the same cast and crew as the Hollywood...

Want Fright or Fancy This Weekend? Dark Harbor and Menken Deliver

Alan Menken / Sergestrom Center for the Arts, Orange County Hurry! Any fan of Disney musicals (along with their children) need to get to the Segerstrom Center for the Performing Arts in Costa Mesa TONIGHT, Friday, Sept. 30 where 19 time...Show More Summary

L.A. theater openings, Sept. 4-11: Patti LuPone and more

This week: South Coast Rep opens its season with a Tony-winning historical drama, a tune-filled August Wilson tale comes to the Taper, and a two-time Tony winner graces the stage at Segerstrom Center. Angel’s Flight A detective searches for a missing girl in 1940s L.A. in this mashup of comedy,...

A dance 'Tour de Force,' minus the force, at Segerstrom Center

3 months agoArts : Culture Monster

The gala-style ballet program is an audience favorite, its international cast packed with principal dancers who normally don’t perform together. You might get stars from the Mariinsky, the Bolshoi, England’s Royal Ballet and American Ballet Theatre, all in one night. Segerstrom Center for the Arts...

L.A. theater openings, July 17-24: 'Cabaret' and more

5 months agoArts : Culture Monster

This week: Life is a “Cabaret” at the Pantages, and “The Sound of Music” rings out at Segerstrom Center. The Kinsey Sicks: Electile Dysfunction The a cappella drag quartet returns with a musical campaign-season satire. Los Angeles LGBT Center’s Renberg Theatre, 1125 N. McCadden Place, Hollywood....

Alvin Ailey dancers give Segerstrom audience humanity, heart and 'Revelations'

Brotherhood. There’s a word glaringly absent from public mood and discourse. But brotherhood is integral to the work of Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, and the company has the idea front and center in two pieces presented Thursday at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts in Costa Mesa. This multicultural,...

L.A. theater openings, Jan. 17-24: Segerstrom's Off Center Festival and more

11 months agoArts : Culture Monster

This week: Segerstrom's annual Off Center Festival gets underway and includes the multimedia shows "Ada/Ava" and "Kid Koala's Nufonia Must Fall Live." Artists at Adler A discussion with playwright, journalist and author Patricia Goldstone. Stella Adler Theatre, 6773 Hollywood Blvd., 2nd Floor,...

ABT Makes A Big Move Into Southern California

“Balletomanes practically had to rub their eyes over the news this past year that ABT was permanently moving its annual Ratmansky Nutcracker from the Brooklyn Academy of Music to the Segerstrom Center for the Arts and concurrently starting a West Coast branch of its education division, also to be housed at the Costa Mesa arts […]

Eternal staircase

Karl Kottman captured this image at the height of the Segerstrom Center, where he went to go see "The Lion King.""It was impossible to miss the angular, mirrored staircase," he said. "The height and geometry are really striking."Kottman used an iPhone 4 to make this image on Oct. 16. Follow Ebony...

Mariinsky Ballet's 'Raymonda' at Segerstrom: Why love story could use a little heart

On its eighth trip from Russia to the Segerstrom Center for the Arts, St. Petersburg's stellar Mariinsky Ballet brought a work from the classical canon that's dogged with a story many consider beyond repair: the three-act, three-hour-plus "Raymonda."

Segerstrom Center for the Arts to realize bold new vision for the future through a trio of transformative projects

last yearArts : Artdaily

Building on decades of accomplishments that have established it as one of the nation?s most renowned cultural institutions celebrated for its extraordinary performances and impactful education programs, Segerstrom Center for the Arts...Show More Summary

Segerstrom Center's $68-million drive targets debt, new plaza

The Segerstrom Center for the Arts has launched a $68-million campaign to reach a broader, more diverse public, centered on reconfiguring its outdoor plaza to make it busier and more attractive, with stepped-up free events and a shady, "town square" atmosphere.

Segerstrom Center Says It Is Nearing Its Fund-Raising Goal

The Segerstrom Center for the Arts in Costa Mesa, Calif., says it has raised nearly two-thirds of a new $68 million campaign to transform its plaza.

With Fitzgerald adaptation 'Up & Down,' Eifman succeeds on his own, melodramatic terms

Boris Eifman's "Up & Down," which had its West Coast premiere at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts in Costa Mesa on Friday night, is the Russian choreographer's eighth modern-style ballet to be presented in Southern California in 15 years.

With Fitzgerald adaptation 'Up & Down,' Eifman succeeds on his own, melodramatic terms

Boris Eifman’s “Up & Down,” which had its West Coast premiere at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts in Costa Mesa on Friday night, is the Russian choreographer’s eighth modern-style ballet to be presented in Southern California in 15 years.

A Bunch of Guys, A Few Dolls Make Dated Yet Enjoyable Theatre

Segerstrom Center for the Arts -- Christopher Swan as Nathan Detroit and Lauren Weinberg as Adelaide in the national tour of GUYS AND DOLLS -- Photo by Gary Emord-Netzley It's sexist, dated, it's simplistic, and stereotypical; and by many of today's standards, it's actually politically incorrect given the women-as-property tone. Show More Summary

12 great places for food lovers in Costa Mesa

2 years agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

For those who visit Costa Mesa only to shop, there's more to the city than South Coast Plaza. Whether you're heading down for an all-day shopping spree or catching a show at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts, the opportunities for a good meal are endless.

Segerstrom 2015-16 Broadway series: 'Cinderella,' 'If/Then,' 'Newsies'

2 years agoArts : Culture Monster

Touring blockbusters are a staple at Segerstrom Center for the Arts, so with the Costa Mesa venue's announcement Monday of its 2015-16 Broadway series, the question was not whether big names would be in the lineup, but which ones.

ABT Segerstrom Center 3/3"You were expecting maybe …Sleeurping Beauty?"

2 years agoDance / Ballet : Haglund's Heel

– said Mrs. Allen to Fred while carefully articulating her mispronunciation. And it was funny, because everyone knew that Fred wasn’t expecting Sleeping Beauty (or whatever celebrity Mrs. Allen mispronounced) to walk through the door on Allen’s Alley during the...

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