SUNDAY, APRIL 25, 2010
April 25, 2010 Ballet Repertory "Cinderella" >. This timeless tale of love is brought to life in a charming full-length ballet directed by Anthony Sellars. Ballet Repertory Theatre's CINDERELLA includes the magic, beauty, and romance of the classic fairy tale set to Sergei Prokofiev's distinctive musical score. With its enchanting costumes, scenery, and props, this vivid rendition blends humor with fantasy and skill with elegance. Featuring Christopher Sellars of Ballet West, this staging of the storybook favorite promises to deliver an afternoon of pure delight for the entire family! Time: 2:30 p.m. Where: Rose Center Theater, 14140 All American Way, Westminster, CA 92683. Cost: $16 general admission - $12 seniors, students with ID, and children under 12 Tickets: call theater box office at 714-793-1150 or go in person, Tuesday through Friday, 2 to 6 pm.
April 25, 2010 Music of the Dance, concert - featuring Faust, Ballet Music, Waltz from the Nutcracker, Dvorak-Slavonic Dance and Beethoven's 9th (Ode to Joy). Huntington Beach Symphony is directed by Grant Sevdayan. Time: 3 p.m. Cost: $25, $30 at the door. Location: Library Theater, Huntington Beach Central Library 7111 Talbert Ave., Huntington Beach, CA Tickets: (714) 274-5524h bsymphony.org.
April 25, 2010 A-FAIR 2 REMEMBER- is a 2 day arts and crafts fair. Featuring original art work, bronze marine life statues, photography, one-of-a-kind jewelry made by local artists and photography, ceramics, glass, hand made baby and toddler shoes, clothing for everyone and more! StarBucks and 3 restaurants on site. Proceeds benefit music programs for Orange County K-12 music programs and sponsored by Huntington Harbour Philharmonic Committee. Phone: 714 614-5396. Time: 10-4. Location: 16400 Pacific Coast Highway, Huntington Beach, CA. Cost: FREE and on-site free parking.
April 25, 2010 Surfin' Sunday is back! Time: 1 p.m. Location: HB International Surfing Museum, 411 Olive, Huntington Beach, CA. Cost: Free. surfingmuseum.org
April 25, 2010 Dark of the
Moon, Play. Academy of Performing Arts (APA) produces
a stunning Broadway and London hit which
is a powerful fantasy set long ago in
the Smoky Mountains. As dazzling and
spectacular as it is intimate and
intense, this epic supernatural love
story has elements of Twilight, Romeo
and Juliet and Wicked. Based on the
haunting folk ballad of Barbara Allen,
John, a witch boy, falls in love with
the beautiful Barbara. He begs the
conjurers to use their powers to make
him human so he can marry her. As the
townspeople grow suspicious of the
outsider, the witches want him back and
all conspire against the young lovers as
the play moves to its tragic conclusion.
Along with the drama there is comedy,
music, singing, dance as well as special
effects. This production promises to be
unlike any other as Dark of the Moon
returns to our Historic Theater for its
30th Anniversary production.
By Howard Richardson and William Berney, in cooperation with the Richardson/Yale Property Trust; Elliot S. Blair, Administrator. General Admission $15 Adults, $12 Students and Seniors.Location: Huntington Beach High School Bell Auditorium, 1905 Main St., Huntington Beach, CA
April 25, 2010 Taste of Huntington Beach . Annual Dining event under the big tent in Central Park. 7111 Talbert Ave., Huntington Beach, CA.