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    The Grapes Of Wrath
    Attic Community Theater August 29, 2014 7:30 PM
    2995 West Segerstrom Avenue
    Santa Ana, CA 92704
    Get your kicks -- not to mention thrills, laughs and moments of heartbreak and everyday heroism -- on Route 66 as you follow the Joad family on their journey down the fabled highway in "The Grapes of Wrath". Frank Galati's Tony-winning theatrical adaptation brings John Steinbeck's novel to dramatic life in ways that astonish and move. Stripped of their farm, the impoverished Joad family drives their battered old truck west toward California, hoping to find work and, maybe, a better life. Instead, their character is tested by the gut-wrenching realities of the Great Depression. Kathy Paladino directs a stirring new production of this American classic at the Attic Community Theater.
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    MysteriumAugust 29, 2014 8:00 PM
    19211 Dodge Ave at Newport Boulevard
    Santa Ana, CA 92705
    An electrifying rock score and colorful cast of characters provide highlights to "Hair", as does its timeless story of a generation looking to change the world. This thoroughly groovy show continues to strike a chord with audiences nearly 50 years after its original Broadway debut, with great tunes like "Aquarius," "Good Morning Starshine" and "Let the Sun Shine In" (which went on to become anthems of the anti-war movement), as well as its affectionate look at a peace-loving band of hippies who search for life's answers amidst the turbulent Vietnam War era of the '60s.
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    Steve & Kevin / Broken Lizard
    Brea ImprovAugust 29, 2014 8:00 PM
    120 South Brea Boulevard
    Brea, CA 92821
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    Jacuzzi Boys featuring Terry Malts / Devon Williams
    Constellation Room at the ObservatoryAugust 29, 2014 8:00 PM
    3503 South Harbor Boulevard
    Santa Ana, CA 92704
    Though the majority of lo-fi garage rock outfits have been confined to dense metropolitan areas like New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles, the genre's integration into the American mainstream has propelled many musicians, who live in various cities and towns around the country, to start a band that focuses solely on creating skuzzy, reverb laden rock. One such group is the Florida-based outfit Jacuzzi Boys. The band released it's debut 7'' in 2007 and since then, the group has been busy, with a fairly prolific recording schedule and an ardent touring regime to boot. Jacuzzi Boys received a good amount of attention for its 2011 LP, Glazzin', and while many connoisseurs of DIY styled rock praised the album, other folk, who are unfamiliar with the lo-fi aesthetic, dismissed it as a shoddily produced release that sounds like it was made by an adolescent group of individuals who possess no real instrumental tallent.
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    Too Short With Lil Debbie / Mistah Fab
    The ObservatoryAugust 29, 2014 8:00 PM
    3503 South Harbor Boulevard
    Santa Ana, CA 92704
    Oakland, California-based rapper Too Short was an integral figure in the emergence of West Coast gangsta rap during the late-1980s and early-1990s. Too Short is largely responsible for putting Northern California on the map for rap music during the time that LA's Dre Dre and Snoop Dogg were dominating the nation's charts. Too Short is best known for his "pimp chronicles," songs which detail his life as a pimp in East Oakland and his nasally, higher-pitched voice is an infectious addition to his easy-going but dexterous lyricism. Perhaps as a result of his vocal style, Too Short has often preferred the West Coast g-funk production style that Dr. Dre made popular in the early 1990s. Notable releases include his 1988 album Life Is...Too Short and 2006's Blow the Whistle which saw Too Short acknowledge the Bay Area's meteoric "hyphy" movement, though mainly in production aesthetic rather than lyrical style.
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    Segerstrom HallAugust 29, 2014 7:30 PM
    600 Town Center Drive
    Costa Mesa, CA 92626
    Adapted for the stage from the 2006 film of the same name, Once is a musical that follows the story of a street busker who falls in love with an unattainable woman. Often described as somewhat of an "anti-musical," the show features song performances without the standard Broadway elements of elaborate set designs, ornate costumes or general pageantry. Instead, the characters, who remain unnamed throughout the production, sing their songs in a raw manner as the woman helps the man realize his dreams of becoming an established musician and moving to New York. After premiering on Broadway 2011, Once quickly won the accolades of critics and patrons alike, locking down a total of eight Tony Awards in 2012.
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