Come see local actors in an ageless classic story of the March women waiting for their father to return home from The Civil War. This lovely coming of age story shares the sister’s quest to find their place in the world as kind, generous and productive women in a rapidly changing world. Performing from April 5th to 14th at the Laguna Playhouse, 606 Laguna Canyon Road. For tickets and more information call (949) 497-2787 or visit the Laguna Playhouse online.
Cellist David Garrett joined the Los Angeles Philharmonic in 2000 after 10 years with the Houston Symphony and tenures with the orchestras of San Antonio, Shreveport, New Orleans, and Grand Rapids. He also appears frequently as a recitalist, chamber musician, and soloist, including performances on the Philharmonic’s Chamber Music Society and Green Umbrella concerts. His recent album Legacy proved to be an exceptional success. As soon as the album was released, it rose to number 6 on the overall charts in Germany, the highest-ranking instrumental classical album in German chart history. In January 2012, the album reached gold status. Legacy was released in the UK on March 12th, and in the US on June 5th. Show starts at 7pm on April 11th at the Laguna Art Museum, 307 Cliff Drive. Seating is limited. For more event information, please contact Jennifer Gardiner at 949.494.8971 x221. For more about the artist visit david-garrett.com.
Daniel Ryan’s paintings are uniquely inspired by the enchantment and wonder of becoming lost within beauty. For Ryan, the deeply embedded tree symbolism is all around us in a forest of beauty, fantasy, and tradition. The artist states, “I find inspiration in what surrounds me. I believe that true inspiration exists just outside one’s front door. The diverse landscape that I live in has played an integral role in my palette, subject matter, and overall fascination with making art.” Ryan hopes that viewers will become lost in a forest of beauty, fantasy, and tradition and yet found. The exhibit will be showing on April 12th and 13th starting at 6pm in the Exclusive Collections Gallery, 417 South Coast Highway, free admission.