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April 2021

“Shades of Us”

April 29 - July 1
Muckenthaler Cultural Center, 1201 W. Malvern Ave.
Fullerton,CA92833United States
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The portraits by painter Eloy Torrez in this exhibit, which was guest-curated by artist Jimmy Centeno, aim to illuminate the personalities of the subjects. Torrez is best known for the murals he’s painted all over Los Angeles, including “Pope of Broadway” in downtown L.A., “Portrait of Hollywood” at Hollywood High School, and “Water, Essence of Life” in the Metropolitan Water District Building. Through July 1 at the Muckenthaler Cultural Center. 1201 W. Malvern Ave., Fullerton. 714-738-6595, themuck.org

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May 2021

“George Samerjan: Paris and L.A.”

May 24 - June 26
Hilbert Museum, 167 N. Atchison St.
Orange,
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This exhibit focuses on paintings that artist George Samerjan made of the Allied liberation of Paris during his service in World War II. Known for his watercolors and oil paintings, Samerjan also worked in Los Angeles before and after the war, and some of his Depression-era and post-war works are included in this show. Through June 26 at the Hilbert Museum. 167 N. Atchison St., Orange, 714-516-5880, hilbertmuseum.org

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“Red Riding Hood”

May 24 - June 13
South Coast Repertory

In this update of the classic tale, the main character proves a worthy foe to the Big Bad Wolf. Two actors play all the roles in the show, which was filmed in a multicamera setup and directed by Shannon Flynn, who won an Emmy for her work on "Sesame Street." Ticketholders get a link that allows them to stream the play at any time. Through June 13 on the South Coast Repertory website. 714-708-5500, scr.org

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June 2021

“Los Angeles Area Scene Paintings”

June 1 - June 26
Hilbert Museum, 167 N. Atchison St.
Orange,
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More than 70 paintings made between the early 1900s and the current day feature everyday life in Los Angeles in this exhibit curated by California Scene painting expert Gordon T. McClelland and his son, Austin D. McClelland. The show includes works by celebrated artists like Millard Sheets, Rex Brandt, Emil Kosa, Jr., and Dorothy Sklar.  Through June 26 at the Hilbert Museum. 167 N. Atchison St., Orange, 714-516-5880, hilbertmuseum.com

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Spring Jazz Fest

June 3 - June 17
Muckenthaler Cultural Center, 1201 W. Malvern Ave.
Fullerton,CA92833United States
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The annual summer festival features all types of jazz, from blues to big band. On June 3, Grammy-winning jazz pianist Bill Cunliffe teams up with Kye Palmer, Brian Scanlon, Jeff Ellwood, Mark Ferber, and Francisco Torres to play Oliver Nelson’s classic album “Blues and the Abstract Truth, Take 2.” Josh Johnson and Holophonor, a seven-piece group that plays progressive jazz, take the stage on June 10. And on June 17, the Don Most Orchestra takes the stage.  June 3 through June 17 at the Muckenthaler Cultural Center. 1201 W. Malvern Ave., Fullerton. 714-738-6595, themuck.org…

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“La Traviata”

June 5 - July 3
Pacific Symphony

The classic opera was reimagined for this virtual performance: Distilled to its most essential elements, with only the three main characters, it runs for just 90 minutes without an intermission. Stage director Robert Neu worked with the Pacific Symphony and music director Carl St. Clair to produce the show; veteran opera singers Cecilia Violetta Lopez, John Riesen, and Jeffrey Mattsey will perform the main roles. Opens June 5 via the Pacific Symphony website. 714-755-5799, pacificsymphony.org

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