Segerstrom Center for the Arts
Volunteers were invited Friday to sign up to donate to Making Strides Against Breast Cancer of Orange County.
From concerts and movie screenings to river safaris and water-play areas, here are some of the best activities to experience in and around L.A., before fall arrives.
As we finish up the last bit of July and into August, don’t miss out on these great opportunities to enjoy fabulous entertainment, dining, and activities in Orange County.
Let’s get dramatic, Orange County. This week holds a wide variety of theatrical, musical, and culinary experiences to bring out the best kind of drama in our lives.
Star Wars, car racing, family festivals, and theatrical events fill this week in Orange County.
This spring, add some entertainment to your calendar at these theater performances. You can experience new twists on some of your classic favorites, as well as venture into a more atypical theater genre — all within Orange County.
This week in Orange County is all about the finer things in life including food, wine, live theater, and dance.
If you are not sure what to give your Valentine this year, perhaps this list will give you some ideas. No matter the stage of your relationship, these gifts are likely to tug at your date’s heartstrings.
From bucking broncos to epic love stories, Orange County is serving up a series of unique events and opportunities this week.
Adding a bit of culture to the holidays and the New Year is easy with these five fabulous Orange County theaters.
With plenty of sports, music, art and more, these Orange County venues and events will be sure to keep any visitor or resident completely entertained.
Actor Stefan Karl, who plays The Grinch, visited the KCAL9 studios Tuesday to talk about the musical.
For shopping and culture, and mild winter weather, there’s no better place to visit than Orange County for Christmas.
As you wrap this season of purposeful thankfulness, don’t miss these great Orange County events and opportunities coming your way this week.
Talena Mara, an executive at Segerstrom Center for the Arts, says struggling actors in greater Los Angeles should consider donning their business caps and pursuing life in the theater, beyond the stage.