From art and theater to food and culture, the first week of April is packed with family-friendly activities across the Southland.
Orange County offers a plethora of exciting, unique theater performances this spring. Children and kids may take a journey back in time or experience artistic innovation at the forefront with the city’s best performances this season. Whether you want to see a classic story such as “Cinderella” or be inspired by new musical sounds, these shows are sure to satisfy.
Author and comedian Katy Franco stopped by KCAL9 Tuesday to discuss her book “Chemorella” and her upcoming comedy show “The Breast Years of My Life”.
Not only did we find something for you to do on that day that you normally reserved for watching football until your legs fell asleep on the couch, we also found a few fun options for you to enjoy during the week; things that are specifically designed to pull you out of that football-related funk of yours. It’s because we care.
In honor of Valentine’s Day, we’ve gathered the best (or worst, if you prefer) of the romance movie clichés.
“Cinderella,” the live stage production at the El Portal Theater, is not your mother’s version of the classic fairy tale… unless your mother happens to hail from the United Kingdom, or one of the countries in the Commonwealth. That’s because this “Cinderella” is an English panto.
Actors Bonnie Lythgoe and Veronica Dunne stopped by KCAL9 to talk about the upcoming new Cinderella musical, opening Nov. 27 at the El Portal Theatre.