Segerstrom Center for the Arts
Segerstrom Center for the Arts is Orange County’s largest non-profit arts organization and presents a variety of national and international productions, including national tours of the most popular Broadway shows.
Whatever you seek, Orange County has several venues that will satisfy your classical music needs.
From music to comedy to dance and Broadway, there is a little something for everyone at Segerstrom Center for the Arts. Grab your sweetie and make a date of it, enjoy your favorite kind of live performance art.
Jillian Mueller, who plays Alex Owens, and Matthew Hydzik, who plays Nick Hurley, visited the KCAL9 studios Wednesday to talk about “Flashdance-The Musical” taking place at Segerstrom Center for the Arts in Costa Mesa.
From concerts to plays and festivals to poetry readings, Shakespeare is alive and well in Orange County.
Follow the yellow brick road towards one of the various food events happening this week. This week has fun for the entire family, from the Festival of the Whales in Dana Point to Read across […]
It’s a divine week of food, art, music, spa, sports and more. Enjoy an evening of theater dining and entertainment with Scott’s Restaurant and War Horse. Take in a concert at House of Blues or […]
Looking to experience something you’ve never done before? Grab some friends and head out in to the city. From eating well to rocking out, there are several amazing opportunities for fun. January 21, 2013 dineLA […]
No matter where you live in Orange County, the perfect place for Valentine’s Day is not far away. Whether it’s outdoor fun, imaginative whimsy, or music and culture, these romantic settings will help you create a special night your loved one will remember forever. These are Orange County’s best V-Day destinations.
The holidays are a great time for the family to reconnect and attend events that bring back classic characters of the season from Scrooge in “A Christmas Carol” to Clara in “The Nutcracker.” These are the area’s best shows to see this holiday season.
Every October, men and women of all ages, from different walks of life, sport pink ribbons in honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Chances are, they know someone who has battled this devastating illness. The American Cancer Society estimates nearly 227,000 women will develop invasive breast cancer this year and of those, 40,000 will die. To help bolster awareness and raise money for cancer research, organizations and companies that operate throughout Orange County have found ways to bring families together to run, walk, stomp and eat their way to a cure. These are the best ways to get your family involved in breast cancer prevention, awareness and finding a cure.
It’s high season for fall festivals and Halloween-themed special events. Take advantage of the variety of fun things to do all around LA and Orange County!
The Making Strides Against Breast Cancer of Orange County event will be held on Sunday, Oct. 7.
With your support, your American Cancer Society is saving lives and helping more people facing breast cancer celebrate more birthdays.
Get ready to groove to the music while hanging ten on the Pacific Ocean waves. This week has events that will have children celebrating reading, learning the best NFL skills and hanging out with the […]