Live On Stage in Temecula
Theater, Concert and Dance Performances in the Inland Empire
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Grab your toughest pair of cowboy boots because you’re going to be doing some serious toe-tapping, as the bimonthly music series, Country Live! at the Merc, continues in Old Town on August 16th.
When Nicole Thomas was deciding on a name for her faith-based dance academy, an idea didn’t just come to her; it hit her with a bang. “The name, Dunamix, comes from the Greek word Dunamis which means the dynamic power of God.
It’s been eight years since the popular weekly series, Jazz at the Merc, debuted in Old Town. Creator, musical powerhouse and Temecula resident, Sherry Williams, looks back fondly on the inception of what has become a local entertainment favorite.
At any rock concert across the country, usually at a moment of awkward silence between songs, an eager audience member is bound to yell out “Free Bird!” And despite the novelty of the sometimes sarcastic gesture, there is a solid reason why that particular 14-minute recording has become an anthem to rock audiences worldwide.
Who said girls can’t rock as hard as guys? When classically trained musician, Chrissy Marquez, asked herself this very question, she was shocked to discover that many industry professionals didn’t believe in gender equality.
When J. Scott Lapp and Jordan Beck, co-producers of the popular musical series, Cabaret at the Merc, decided to expand their horizons and bring even larger Broadway-style entertainment to Temecula, they encountered an unusual problem that producers on the great white way would never experience.
Old Town Temecula Community Theater’s upcoming season includes something for everyone, including big band sound, a bit of Beethoven, a wicked witch of the west, and a sprinkling of aloha spirit.
Follow the yellow brick road to the Old Town Temecula Community Theater as the Fine Arts Network Theater Company presents, “The Wizard of Oz.” “The show is about a girl named Dorothy Gale and her adventures in the magical land of Oz, which apparently exists beyond the rainbow,” Director Derek Heid said during a recent interview.
When the California Chamber Orchestra’s Robert Culverhouse, Jr., partnered with Dana Zimbric, the Chamber’s Artistic Director and Conductor, to continue the already successful Classics at the Merc series in 2011, they wanted to continue creating opportunities for local audiences to experience classical music in a more personal way.
When Whose Line is it, Anyway? premiered on ABC in 1998, Drew Carey and cast introduced America to a form of unscripted comedy unlike anything else on TV. Now Inland Empire residents can not only see but also participate in the same kind of hilarious interactive entertainment, as PsuedoRandomNoise (PRN) brings “ImproVACATIONS!” to Old Town.