Although many may not be familiar with Ludovico Einaudi by face or name, they likely have heard his alt-classical tunes in everything from television to film soundtracks — “Black Swan,” “J.Edgar” and “This is England.”Einaudi, 61, who has performed with a roster of pop stars like Lady Gaga, Justin Timberlake and Katy Perry, will make his next stop at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts in Costa Mesa on Thursday.
Broadway musical theater company 3-D Theatricals announced Tuesday, Oct. 3, that it has accepted an exclusive residency at the Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts beginning with its 2018-19 season and will no longer stage productions in Redondo Beach after the current season. Since August 2012, 3-D Theatricals had used the Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center as one of its two homes, alternating with Plummer Auditorium in Fullerton until last year, when it moved to Cerritos.
Divas Amanda McBroom and Ann Hampton Callaway – both notable for their distinctive vocals and songwriting legacies – will concertize as friends and performers in “Divalicious” at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts. The concert will kick off the Center’s cabaret season for three performances Thursday, Oct. 5, through Saturday, Oct. 7. Callaway said she and McBroom created the show after a mutual friend asked them to perform a two-person cabaret at the Barrington Theater in Massachusetts in 2016.
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