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Annual Junior Art Awards Ceremony at Festival of Arts honors 2018 Junior Art Exhibit winners 

On Sunday, Aug 12, the Festival of Arts celebrated the talent and hard work of Orange County students at the annual Junior Art Awards Ceremony. The 2018 Junior Art Exhibit is sponsored by California First National Bank and Mark Porterfield of Laguna Beach. 

A jury made up of Mark Porterfield, Steve Chadima, Emma Patton, Pat Sparkuhl and Stephanie Cunningham selected 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners from the more than 300 Orange County students’ work of art on display in the Festival’s Junior Art Exhibit. The awarded categories were photography, two-dimensional works and three-dimensional artwork for each grade from pre-kindergarten through high school. 

At the ceremony on Sunday, the 2018 winners were acknowledged, honored and presented with gold, silver and bronze medallions and certificates by Leslie Jewett, Chief Financial Officer of California First National Bank and Festival of Arts President David Perry. Mark Porterfield announced the award recipients to hundreds of friends, family members and art instructors who turned out to support and congratulate the recipients of the Junior Art Awards. 

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Orange County art students receive awards from California First National Bank, Mark Porterfield and Festival of Arts 

“California First National Bank is proud to be a co-sponsor of the Festival of Arts Junior Art Exhibit,” said Leslie Jewett, a longtime Laguna Beach resident. “We feel it is important to encourage creativity in students and support arts education.” 

The 2018 Junior Art Exhibit is presented by the Festival of Arts and funded in part by California First National Bank and Mark Porterfield of Laguna Beach. The exhibit is produced in partnership with the Imagination Celebration, Arts OC and the OC Department of Education. The Festival of Arts is a nonprofit organization. Proceeds support the arts and art education in and about Laguna.

Festival of Arts is located at 650 Laguna Canyon Rd, (800) 487-3378. For a full listing of events and ticket information, visit www.LagunaFestivalofArts.org.


Playhouse façade to be updated

By BARBARA DIAMOND

The Laguna Playhouse will get a facelift. 

Plans for the updated exterior were approved by the City Council at the August 7 meeting. Approval had been recommended by the Planning Commission. 

“It will be a definite improvement,” said Commissioner Anne Johnson. 

The Laguna Playhouse is believed to the oldest continuing theater operation on the West Coast. It was established in 1920. The Moulton Theater inside the Playhouse opened in 1968 and was named for Nellie Gail Moulton who contributed to the funding for the project. 

It is home to the Laguna Dance Festival, the Youth Theater, and in the past to Laguna Concert Band and “Lagunatics” performances, as well as other theatrical productions. 

Laguna Beach owns the 1.3-acre site, but leases it to the Playhouse, which is an annual recipient of Business Improvement District funding from voluntary hoteliers in Laguna. The theater was awarded $240,000 this year and also has received a matching grant from the City for up to $250,000 for four years for a total of $1 million.

One of the goals for the matching grant was to determine whether or when to undertake a capital improvement plan to renovate the theater. 

The proposed building update includes the replacement of the existing textured stucco with a smooth finish, lowering the front screen walls, additions to the metal canopy, landscaping and new signage and color palette programs. 

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Laguna Playhouse is the oldest continuing theater operation on the West Coast

Council approval of a conditional use permit required the commission recommendation to permit improvements on the canopy to exceed the 18-foot height limit in the Civic Arts District. The canopy, as approved, will stretch 26 feet above the adjacent grade. 

However, the Civic Arts District development standards recognize that art organizations and other art festival-compatible land uses may have special needs in terms of building height, according to the staff report submitted by Community Development Director Greg Pfost.

Five special findings must be made in addition to the standard CUP findings. 

Commissioners did balk at the street tree plan at the July 18 meeting. Commissioners requested substitutions for the proposed four red ironbark eucalypti proposed as complementary to the landscaping in the adjacent office building at 580 Broadway. The commission cited the recent failure of a eucalyptus as reason to be concerned about its suitability for the location.    

“Playhouse executives will have to work with Caltrans on some of the landscaping,” said Johnson.

The project is exempt from the provisions of the California Environmental Quality Act, because there was no proposal to expand the building footprint and no expansion of use. Parking requirements will not be increased and the project, as designed and submitted by architect Mark Abel, does not have a negative effect on biologically sensitive resources.


Highlights at the Sawdust

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The Sawdust Festival, a summer treat for locals and visitors alike, is at its peak with two weeks remaining. But a special treat for Laguna Beach residents is free admission on Thursday evenings and – new this summer – Monday evenings, too. Two more reasons to enjoy a little ‘Dust from now until September 2.

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There is no shortage of things to do this month at the Sawdust. The calendar includes daily art classes and some special events, such as Beatles Day coming up on August 25, and two local musical favorites – James Clay Garrison, and John Heussenstamm Trio – both performing on August 19 at the Sawdust Tavern.

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Sawdust artist, Mary Hurlbut captured some wonderful moments of artists and visitors at the festival. Click on image at left to begin slideshow:


Festival Runway Fashion Show returns this Sunday

This Sunday, August 19, the Festival of Arts will hold its annual Festival Runway Fashion Show from noon to 3 p.m. Highlighting creativity, sustainability and innovation, the Festival Runway Fashion Show has grown in popularity year after year. Now in its tenth year, the competition is more exciting than ever as Festival artists compete to win the top prize.

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Competing in this show “where fashion meets art” are Festival exhibitors Richard Bohn, Carla Bosch, Antje Campbell, Kate Cohen, Brad Elsberry, Carolyn Johnson, Elizabeth McGhee, Adam Neeley, and Kirsten Whalen. Utilizing reclaimed, reused or recycled material, each artist is encouraged to wow the judges with their talent and originality.

The Festival Runway Fashion Show offers cash prizes of $1,000 in four categories: Most Creative Concept, Most Exciting ensemble inspired by Pageant of the Masters theme “Under the Sun,” Most Innovative Use of Materials, and Most Glamorous & Elegant “Red Carpet” worthy creation. There will also be a “People’s Choice Award” to be voted on at the event.

The fashion show will be hosted by KTTV FOX11’s Entertainment Reporter Amanda Salas. She has been covering red carpets and award shows for over 10 years for Hollywood Today Live and the Orange County Register before joining the FOX11 team in 2017. Selecting the winners will be a panel of judges including Radar Online Entertainment Editor Alexis Tereszcuk, OK! Magazine Associate Publisher Shelley Fariello, LACMA Curator of Costumes and Textiles Kaye Spilker, costume designer Alex Jaeger, and film production designer Nelson Coates.

“The Festival Runway Fashion Show is one of the most popular events of the summer,” said Susan Davis, director of special events for the Festival of Arts. “The artists put so much effort and ingenuity into crafting these stunning one-of-a-kind runway looks. It’s not to be missed!”


Art-To-Go offers Red Hot Sale on August 19

Art collectors who love red will enjoy the 2018 Art-To-Go fundraising sale at Festival of Arts. More than 100 exhibitors donated originals under the theme “Red Hot.” Works are available for purchase daily, now through August 26 while supplies last. A special 20 percent off sale will take place on Sunday, Aug 19, from 12 - 3 p.m. during the Festival Runway Day.

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Mike Tauber admires a work by printmaker Varsha Patel at Art-To-Go

“All items qualify, and we’re talking deals on high-end items,” said curator Mike Tauber. “We have top quality works by noted painters including Jacobus Baas, Jeff Horn, Michael Situ, and Tom Swimm. Earrings by Luciano Bortone and Linda Potichke are featured, as are ceramics by Marlo Bartels, Antje Campbell, Sharon Jackman, Gary Monji and many more.”

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Stephanie Cunningham presents “Fire” by photographer Rick Graves

Proceeds from Art-To-Go sales benefit The Artists Fund at Festival of Arts, providing hardship and disaster relief grants for artists in need. All buyers qualify for a drawing to win a two-night stay at The Tides Inn.

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“Another World” by Jonathan Hunt is in the Art-To-Go Red Hot sale

View the Online Gallery at www.theartistsfund-foa.org or call (949) 612-1949. Festival of Arts and Pageant of the Masters is located at 650 Laguna Canyon Rd. For more information, visit www.foapom.com.


Festival of Arts: Calendar of events Aug 18 – Aug 24

Weekend Nightly Music Schedule:
Daily at 5:30 p.m.
Cost: Free with $15 Festival Admission
Saturday, Aug 18: Black Market Trust
Sunday, Aug 19: Bob McChesney and Calabria Foti

Concerts on the Green:

Sponsored by Cambria Estates Vineyard and Winery

Lee Ritenour

Date: Saturday, Aug 18

Time: 1 – 2:30 p.m.

Cost: Free with $15 Festival admission. Limited seating available in reserved section for $40 per person (includes Festival admission)

Growing up in LA in the ‘60s, Grammy award winning guitarist Lee Ritenour received a rich cross section of exposure to jazz, rock and Brazilian music. From one of his first sessions at 16 with the Mamas and Papas to accompanying Lena Horne and Tony Bennett at 18, his forty-year eclectic and storied career is highlighted by a Grammy Award win for his 1986 collaboration with Dave Grusin, Harlequin; 17 Grammy nominations; numerous #1 spots in guitar polls and the prestigious “Alumnus of the Year” award from USC. He has recorded over 40 albums, with 35 chart songs, notably the Top 15 hit “Is It You,” which has become a contemporary jazz radio classic.

Adult and Teen Art Classes:
Painting with Fabrice Spies
Date: Saturday, Aug 18
Time: 3 – 5:30 p.m.
Cost: $60 (includes Festival admission)

In this easy, fun and entertaining class, students will create their own painting inspired by Laguna Beach. With step-by-step guidance from the instructor, participants will create a beautiful finished painting to take home. For ages 13 and up. Reservations preferred. For full schedule and reservations, visit www.LagunaFestivalofArts.org

Wine & Painting Nights:
Octopus with Mike Tauber
Date: Saturday, Aug 18
Time: 8:30 – 10 p.m.
Cost: $75 (includes Festival admission)

Uncork your creativity this summer at the Festival of Arts. Enjoy a fun painting workshop, while surrounded by beautiful art. Learn easy step-by-step processes, as taught by noted Festival exhibitor Mike Tauber. Beginners and all levels are invited – take home your finished masterpiece! All supplies and complimentary wine or beverage are included.

$75 materials fee per person, per class. For adults 21 and up. Reservations required. 

Festival Runway Fashion Show

Date: Sunday, Aug 19

Time: Noon – 3 p.m.

Cost: Free with Festival admission. Limited seating available in reserved section for $25 per person (includes festival admission).

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2017 Runway design by Kirsten Whalen, and modeled by Erika Schindele

The Festival of Arts is known for putting on truly unique and imaginative events, and this summer Festival artists are making fashion their medium at the “Festival Runway Fashion Show.” See who’s IN and who’s OUT this year as Festival artists compete to create the most inspired couture using reclaimed, reused or recycled materials. 

The fashion show will be hosted by KTTV FOX11’s Entertainment Reporter Amanda Salas. She has been covering red carpets and award shows for over 10 years for Hollywood Today Live and the Orange County Register before joining the FOX11 team in 2017. Selecting the winners will be a panel of judges including Radar Online Entertainment Editor Alexis Tereszcuk, OK! Magazine Associate Publisher Shelley Fariello, LACMA Curator of Costumes and Textiles Kaye Spilker, costume designer Alex Jaeger, and film production designer Nelson Coates.

Adult and Teen Art Classes:
Abstract Painting with Kathe Madrigal
Date: Sunday, Aug 19
Time: 3 – 5:30 p.m.
Cost: $60 (includes Festival admission)

Explore the nature of abstract art painting with artist Kathe Madrigal. Students will experiment with mark making techniques to find the most comfortable way of expressing their artistic expression. This class is open for all levels and will include a brief education on the masters of Abstract Expressionism. Students will work quickly through several loosening-up exercises and then create an abstract piece, which will be ready to take home and hang. For ages 13 and up. Reservations preferred. For full schedule and reservations, visit www.LagunaFestivalofArts.org.

Weekday Nightly Music Schedule:
Daily at 5:30 p.m.
Cost: Free with $10 Festival Admission
Monday, Aug 20: Anne Walsh and Tom Zink
Tuesday, Aug 21: Here and Now: The Legacy of Luther Vandross with Terry Steele
Wednesday, August 22: The Salty Suites
Thursday, August 23: The L.A. Collective (part of the Art, Jazz, Wine & Chocolate series)
Friday, August 24: Terron Brooks (part of the Step into the Spotlight Music series)

Art and Story Time:
Date: Monday, Aug 20
Time: 12:30 – 1:30 p.m.
Cost: Free with $10 Festival admission

Art and Story Time is a weekly series for children 5 and under. Every Monday from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m., enjoy a different book read aloud plus a hands-on art project. Fun for children and their parents! On Monday, Aug 20, author Liz Climo will read her book “Rory the Dinosaur: Me & My Dad.” Liz Climo grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area and moved to Los Angeles after college to work as a character artist on The Simpsons. She is the author of Rory the Dinosaur, The Little World of Liz Climo, and Lobster is the Best Medicine. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband and daughter.

Art Talks and Tea:
Sponsored by PBS SoCal
Date: Wednesday, Aug 22
Time: 1 – 2 p.m.
Cost: Free with $10 Festival admission

Whether you’re an informed connoisseur, an amateur collector, or an art lover, join us for fascinating and informative discussions with the Festival of Arts exhibitors at Art Talks and Tea, sponsored by PBS SoCal. Enjoy tea on the Festival’s green while listening to artists talk about their inspiration, history, and careers in art. On Wednesday, Aug 20, the topic will be “Fashion Show,” featuring the participants of the Festival Runway Fashion Show. They will have their designs on display and discuss their inspiration and process creating their recycled fashions.

Art, Jazz, Wine & Chocolate:

Sponsored by Charles Schwab
Performance by The L.A. Collective

Date: Thursday, Aug 23
Time: 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Cost: $20 in addition to $10 Festival admission. Limited seating available in reserved section for $35 per person (includes Festival admission).

Chocolate, wine, and all that jazz sweetens up the Festival of Arts this summer! On Thursday nights, indulge your senses at the Art, Jazz, Wine and Chocolate series. Sample a wide variety of Kendall-Jackson wines expertly selected to compliment and enhance the nuanced flavor of high-end chocolates from XAN Confections. The Festival’s casual and classy outdoor setting, together with the soulful sounds of jazz surrounded by fine art, creates an ideal evening for friends, sweethearts, and family. 

The L.A. Collective is an exciting, contemporary jazz group that was formed several years ago as a backup band for several artists on the Dave Koz Cruise. The L.A. Collective’s personnel includes guitarist Adam Hawley, drummer Tony Moore, keyboardist Greg Manning, and bass player Darryl Williams. 

This talented group of players has continued to impress Southern California audiences and enthusiastic fans for years. Their success comes directly from their diverse musical talents, coupled with their combined energy on stage. The ability to switch effortlessly from one style to another comes from their shared love for many different styles of music, along with an intense passion and dedication to that music. There is a raw energy to their sound, which is a blend of jazz, funk, Latin, and soul. 

Adult and Teen Art Workshops:
Printmaking with Vinita Voogd
Date: Friday, Aug 24
Time: 5 – 7:30 p.m.
Cost: $60 (includes Festival admission)

Explore the art of printmaking at the Festival of Arts! This class will focus on the collagraph technique which combines collage, drawing, painting and sculptural elements. Students will use oil-based paints applied with brushes and rollers to create their own colorful, textured and unique prints. For Ages 13 and up. Reservations preferred. 

Festival of Arts Grounds, 650 Laguna Canyon Road.

For full schedule and reservations, call (800) 487-3378 or visit www.LagunaFestivalofArts.org.


Festival Runway Fashion Show returns on Sunday, August 19: creativity, innovation, glamor and more 

On Sunday, August 19, the Festival of Arts will hold its annual Festival Runway Fashion Show from noon to 3 p.m. Highlighting creativity, sustainability and innovation, the Festival Runway Fashion Show has grown in popularity year after year. Now in its tenth year, the competition is more exciting than ever as Festival artists compete to win the top prize.

Festival Runway Fashion

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Courtesy of FOA

Competing in this show “where fashion meets art” are Festival exhibitors Richard Bohn, Carla Bosch, Antje Campbell, Kate Cohen, Brad Elsberry, Carolyn Johnson, Elizabeth McGhee, Adam Neeley, and Kirsten Whalen. Utilizing reclaimed, reused or recycled material, each artist is encouraged to wow the judges with their talent and originality.

The Festival Runway Fashion Show offers cash prizes of $1,000 in four categories: Most Creative Concept, Most Exciting ensemble inspired by Pageant of the Masters theme “Under the Sun,” Most Innovative Use of Materials, and Most Glamorous & Elegant “Red Carpet” worthy creation. There will also be a “People’s Choice Award” to be voted on at the event.

The fashion show will be hosted by KTTV FOX11’s Entertainment Reporter Amanda Salas. She has been covering red carpets and award shows for over 10 years for Hollywood Today Live and the Orange County Register before joining the FOX11 team in 2017. Selecting the winners will be a panel of judges including Radar Online Entertainment Editor Alexis Tereszcuk, OK! Magazine Associate Publisher Shelley Fariello, LACMA Curator of Costumes and Textiles Kaye Spilker, costume designer Alex Jaeger, and film production designer Nelson Coates.

“The Festival Runway Fashion Show is one of the most popular events of the summer,” said Susan Davis, director of special events for the Festival of Arts. “The artists put so much effort and ingenuity into crafting these stunning one-of-a-kind runway looks. It’s not to be missed!”


Sunset Serenades begins its fall season on Friday, Sept 7

Sunset Serenades returns on Friday evenings in September at 5:30 p.m. at the Heisler Park Amphitheater at Cliff Dr and Jasmine St.

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Sunset Serenades takes place in a stunning setting

This fall’s schedule includes:

9/7: Valerie Geason – Jazz Vocalist

9/14: Jack Benny – Eclectic rainbow pop group

9/21: Dr. Jane G. Ferruzzo – Virtuoso Harpis

9/28: Community Beatles Singalong with Jason Feddy

This program is funded by the lodging establishments and the City of Laguna Beach.


Jazz Wednesdays on August 22 features The Lineage Trio at [seven-degrees]

On August 22, Laguna Beach Live! will feature The Lineage Trio: Alex Frank, Graham Dechter, and Ryan Shaw as part of the nonprofit’s Jazz Wednesdays Summer Series.

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Bass player Alex Frank, guitarist Graham Dechter, and drummer Ryan Shaw have teamed up to form their own group, “Lineage,” which pays tribute to The Poll Winners while also creating a new musical identity

Jazz Wednesdays Summer 2018 is located in the distinctive [seven-degrees] event facility, 891 Laguna Canyon Rd. Concerts are from 6 to 8 p.m., with doors opening at 5 p.m. for dinner and social hour. Dinner menu varies by concert. Tickets are $25 in advance, $30 at the door. Seating is assigned according to date of purchase, season ticket holders and Laguna Beach Live! membership. 

For more information and tickets, go to www.lagunabeachlive.org.


End Of The Rainbow opens at Laguna Playhouse this weekend

Laguna Playhouse presents the second show in its 98th season, Angela Ingersoll starring as Judy Garland in the La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts/McCoy Rigby Entertainment production of the critically acclaimed End of The Rainbow. The show previews on Wednesday, Aug 8 at 7:30 p.m.; opens on Sunday, Aug 12 at 5:30 p.m.; and runs through Sunday, Sept 2. It is recommended for audiences 12 and older.

End of The Rainbow was written by Peter Quilter, with musical direction by Jon Steinhagen, and directed by Ovation Award winner Michael Matthews. 

Executive Director Ellen Richard comments, “Angela Ingersoll gives one of the most stunning and heartbreaking performances you will ever see as Judy Garland in her final days. It’s simply a tour-de-force performance that is not to be missed.” 

Adds Artistic Director Ann E. Wareham, “We are honored to be presenting this extraordinary production under the exquisite direction of the incomparable Michael Matthews at our theatre.”

Angela Ingersoll’s “powerful, breathtaking performance” (Broadway World) as Judy Garland takes the audience back to December 1968 when Garland is about to make her comeback….again. 

Featuring some of Garland’s most memorable songs, “You Made Me Love You (I Didn’t Want To Do it),” “For Me And My Gal,” “The Trolley Song,” ”The Man That Got Away,” and, of course, “Over the Rainbow,” this savagely funny play offers a unique insight into the inner conflict that inspired and consumed one of America’s most beloved figures.

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Angela Ingersoll is Judy Garland in End of the Rainbow, previewing at Laguna Playhouse on Wednesday and opening to the public on Sunday 

Michael Matthews has directed many productions at Laguna Playhouse, such as The Graduate and Twelve Angry men, as well as in theatres all over the country. He has received many nominations and awards, including for Very Still and Hard To See (LA Weekly Nominations Best Director and Best Production, Play; World Premiere), The Color Purple, and The Musical (Ovation and LA Weekly Awards Best Director and Best Production, Musical), to name a few. Matthews is the recipient of the 2015 LADCC Award for Career Achievement in Direction and was nominated for Artist of the Year by the Laguna Beach Arts Alliance in 2018.

Playwright Peter Quilter’s plays have been produced in 40 countries around the world and translated into 30 languages. He has had three successful shows in London’s West End, a hit run on Broadway, and has twice been nominated for the Olivier Award, for Best New Play and Best New Comedy. End of The Rainbow had its world premiere at the iconic Sydney Opera House in Australia in 2005. The show ran for 176 performances at the Belasco Theatre, had a rave review in the New York Times, and received three Tony Award nominations. 

Jon Steinhagen (Musical Director/Anthony) is thrilled to be making his Laguna Playhouse debut; he previously appeared in the role in the Porchlight Music Theatre and McCoy Rigby Entertainment (at La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts) productions. Steinhagen has received four Joseph Jefferson Awards and 11 nominations for his work in Chicago theater. 

He is an alumni Resident Playwright at Chicago Dramatists and a member of the Dramatists Guild. His numerous plays and musicals have been produced nationally and in the UK. He has authored a collection of stories, The Big Book of Sounds, and a forthcoming novel, The Hanging Artist.

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End of The Rainbow runs through September 2

Angela Ingersoll (Judy Garland) garnered Chicago’s Jeff Award nomination, a Time Out Chicago Award nomination, and “Top Performances of the Year” honors from both Chicago Tribune and Chicago Sun-Times for her star turn as Judy Garland at Porchlight Music Theatre. A recipient of numerous awards and nominations, her theatre credits are vast and nationwide. 

Ingersoll and husband Michael produce the Artists Lounge Live concert series. Her many national concert credits include recently partnering with Garland’s son for Joey Luft and Angela Ingersoll in Celebrate Judy Garland. Ingersoll also stars in in her filmed concert Judy Garland: Come Rain or Come Shine, coming soon to Public Television. 

The cast of End of The Rainbow will also feature (in alphabetical order) Zachary Ford and Nicholas Mongiardo-Cooper.

The Design Team is as follows: Scenic Design by Stephen Gifford; Lighting Design by Steven Young; Sound Design by Josh Bessom; Original Costume Design at Porchlight Music Theatre Chicago by Bill Morey & Props Design by Terry Hanrahan. Casting is by Julia Flores, and the Production Stage Manager is John W. Calder III.

The season is generously underwritten by The Hale Family.

End of The Rainbow performances (after the preview on August 8 and opening on August 12) will be Tuesday through Saturday at 7:30 p.m.; Thursday and Saturday at 2 p.m. & 7:30 p.m.; and Sunday at 1 p.m. & 5:30 p.m. There will no performance on Thursday, Aug 16 or Thursday, Aug 30 at 2 p.m.; Tuesday, Aug 21 at 7:30 p.m.; Saturday, Aug 18 at 2 p.m. or Sunday, Aug 26 at 5:30 p.m. 

Tickets range from $75 - $105 and can be purchased online at www.lagunaplayhouse.com or by calling (949) 497-ARTS (2787). Group discounts are available by calling 949-497-2787 ext. 229.  Prices subject to change.    

The box office is open Monday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. (open until showtime on performance days); and on Sundays from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. 

Laguna Playhouse is located at 606 Laguna Canyon Rd.

For more information on all shows and programming, visit website www.lagunaplayhouse.com.

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