Don’t Miss O.C. Events in November

Don’t Miss O.C. Events in November

01 PLAY
Karen Zacarías’ play “Destiny of Desire” critiques the stereotype-studded world of telenovelas through the lens of the babies-swapped-at-birth plotline: One infant girl goes home with a poor family, the other with a rich one. Through Nov. 13 at South Coast Repertory, 655 Town Center Drive, Costa Mesa, 714-708‑5555, scr.org


05 COUNTRY
Country Music Hall of Famer Kris Kristofferson—80 years old!—is on the road to celebrate the June release of “The Cedar Creek Sessions,” 25 of the singer-songwriter’s greatest hits, laid down in a three-day jam session. Nov. 5 at Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall, 615 Town Center Drive, Costa Mesa, 714‑556‑2787, scfta.org


09 CONCERT
These inaugural concerts through the U.S. and Canada have been dubbed The Asere Friendship Tour. Feel the love when the Havana Cuba All-Stars arrive here with their traditional 12-piece sound. Nov. 9 at Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall, 615 Town Center Drive, Costa Mesa, 714-556-2787, scfta.org


18 CLASSICAL
International violin star Ray Chen joins principal string players of the Berlin Philharmonic for this Philharmonic Society event. The 27-year-old Taiwanese-Australian soloist has more than 2 million followers on SoundCloud. Nov. 18 at Musco Center for the Arts, 1 University Drive, Orange, 844-626-8726, muscocenter.org


18 DANCE
Based in St. Petersburg, Russia, the Mikhailovsky Ballet performs “Le Corsaire,” loosely based on Lord Byron’s 1814 heroic verse. The story is silliness, while the choreography is sublime. Nov. 18 through 20 at Segerstrom Hall, 600 Town Center Drive, Costa Mesa, 714‑556‑2787, scfta.org


19 FESTIVAL
This year’s Sikhlens: Sikh Arts & Film Festival includes a Musco Center concert with musicians from Australia, India, and elsewhere, plus three days of screenings of student and professionally produced films about Sikh culture. Nov. 18 through 20 at various theaters in Santa Ana and Orange, sikhlens.com

 

 

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