ARTS & CULTURE
Clark performs across O.C. with his band Greasy Spoons, which has recently released an album titled “Nice to Meet Ya.”
While theaters and concert venues remain closed, outdoor and drive-in events are being held across Orange County so that summer fun can continue from a safe distance.
In honor of Pride Month, we look back on our April 2020 feature capturing O.C.'s drag show scene prior to the pandemic.
The maestro reflects on the group’s accomplishments and meaning to O.C.
"Stray" is Danler's account of growing up in north O.C.
This June, check out these virtual events including art exhibits, talks and performances to help you stay connected to the arts scene in Orange County.
At 65, James Chiao retired from his successful mannequin-making company and enrolled in the MFA program in music at California Institute of the Arts, where he began composing a musical, “Mannequin Man by Day, Tenor by Night.”
More than 30 students from Orange County School of the Arts perform this version of the show.
The virtual exhibit will be presented from May 16 through June 13.
Laguna Beach Books kicks off a pair of virtual events in May with New York Times bestselling author Janelle Brown and award-winning Native American novelist Louise Erdrich.
Many venues offer views of their works as well as virtual classes and videos you can enjoy from home.
From the Publishers of Orange Coast magazine … your guide to the performing and visual arts in Orange County