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Les Miserables (musical)

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  • Contemplating our need for heroes

    The morning is perfect. I’m sitting at Penelope’s, inhaling the perfume of a chai latte while reading Sir Thomas Malory’s “Le Morte d’Arthur.” I’m captivated by the mystic hero, whose exploits are so vast and...
  • News to use

    News to use
    Here are some of the more interesting deals, websites and other travel tidbits that came across our desk recently: The Shakti Sikkim Village Walk offers travelers the chance to journey through the Northern Himalayas on private, guided, customizable...
  • On Theater: SCR shows stronger, edgier 'Christmas Carol'

    After staging the same production for more than three decades, a theater company might be expected to "phone it in," to go through the well-established motions that have worked for longer than most of their actors have been on this planet. Not South...
  • For families of war dead, Christmas brings grief

    For families of war dead, Christmas brings grief
    "There's a grief that can't be spoken. There's a pain goes on and on. Empty chairs at empty tables Now my friends are dead and gone." — Marius, from the musical "Les Miserables" "It's the most wonderful time of the year," Andy Williams...
  • Brain lesion blamed in student's death

    Brain lesion blamed in student's death
    Though Christian Stilwell was in the audience for his high school's production of "Les Miserables" on April 14, you could just as easily find him on any number of stages. Described by loved ones as a natural leader, the 17-year-old was junior class...
  • Community Commentary: 'New Council' bringing about necessary change

    Have you been enjoying the revolution in Costa Mesa? I have, as have many of the people I know who want an improved Costa Mesa. Of course, those who are for the status quo and who don't like change have a different opinion. What we have going on in...
  • The Valley Line: Bits, bows and bites from around town

    “Old Glory” was flying high and so beautiful, adorning many yards in our city. It was a great Fourth of July celebration for many people I’ve talked with. I had a lovely time with friends who live in the La Vinia neighborhood. We...
  • Young thespians take the stage in Laurel Mill Playhouse's "Les Miserables"

    The Laurel Mill Playhouse presents "Les Miserables" School Edition as its 2011 Summer Youth Production. Young West Laurel thespians Michael Baeder, Tim Baeder, Jeanette Brown and Jocelyn Knazik shine in this well-known musical. The show runs from July...
  • Mixing theater and therapy to help kids with special needs

    Mixing theater and therapy to help kids with special needs
    Although storm clouds darkened the sky over Loyola University’s campus in Columbia last April, they were no match for the bright lights and broad grins shining on a makeshift stage inside the graduate center. There, before a standing room only...
  • This weekend in Laurel: Concert, Les Mis√©rables

    Oracle Band's music of the '70s, '80s, '90s and today will fill the air Fri., July 29, 7-9 p.m., outdoors at Granville Gude Park and Lakehouse, 8300 Mulberry St. Bring a blanket or chair and a picnic, and enjoy this concert in the park with the whole...
  • Making musicals fit on Hollywood Bowl's stage

    Making musicals fit on Hollywood Bowl's stage
    When he was a kid in the 1960s, Jerry Mitchell visited the Hollywood Bowl for the first time. "We got to walk on the stage," he recalls. "I looked out and said, 'This is amazing. This is what I want to do.'" Mitchell is back at the Bowl, where he will...