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Where you should be in 2003

January 02, 2003

January

* Video artist Bill Viola's "The Passions" on screen at J. Paul Getty Museum.

* Coldplay's U.S. tour starts.

* Savion Glover's "Bring in 'Da Noise, Bring in 'Da Funk" on tap.

* Choreographer Merce Cunningham's 50 years of dance showcased at UCLA.

* Abstract painter Ellsworth Kelly's "Red Green Blue" at the Museum of Contemporary Art in San Diego.

February

* Works by Lucian Freud.

* Dixie Chicks DVD lands.

* William Blake's "Songs of Innocence and Experience" set to music.

* "A Saint in the City: Sufi Art of Urban Senegal" arrives.

March

* Outkast, double album.

* L.A. Philharmonic unleashes "El Nino."

* "The Flying Dutchman" at L.A. Opera.

* "The Grandeur of Viceregal Mexico: Treasures From the Museo Franz Mayer," on display at San Diego Museum of Art.

April

* "The Legacy of Genghis Kahn: Courtly Art and Culture in Western Asia, 1256-1353."

* The White Stripes' new album.

* "Rennie Harris Pure Movement's" hip-hop celebration at UCLA's Freud Playhouse.

May

* Ojai Festival with Pierre Boulez and Los Angeles Philharmonic.

* "Matrix: Reloaded" in theaters.

* Miami City Ballet in Cerritos.

* Mary J. Blige's latest CD due.

* Eifman Ballet's "Tchaikovsky: The Mystery of Life and Death" at O.C. Performing Arts Center.

* "The Producers" hits town.

June

* Russell Crowe's "Master and Commander."

* "The Hulk," and he's still green.

July

* "Pirates of the Caribbean" premieres.

* Outfest Film Festival.

* "Seabiscuit" is scheduled to open.

* "Old Masters, Impressionists and Moderns: French Masterworks From the State Pushkin Museum, Moscow."

August

* Perfect time for summer blockbusters.

September

* "The Producers," three months in ... tickets? Good luck.

October

* Walt Disney Concert Hall opens.

* '60s New York artist Lee Bontecou retrospective on view.

* Find the "The Circle of Bliss: Buddhist Meditational Art" at LACMA.

November

* "Sun Rings" at Eclectic Orange.

* "Matrix: Revolutions" premieres.

December

* Tickets to "The Producers"? Finally.

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