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February 1, 1997 | LESLEY WRIGHT
Some parents thrive on cheering for their children at youth football games. Others drive their little ones to ballet and watch the jetes from benches along the wall. But when a child joins the Orange County Children's Theatre, parents could find themselves wielding a hammer. "We have a joke in the parents' meeting that there are certain jobs that are really good for ex-husbands," said Mark Goldhamer, a McDonnell Douglas executive who handles technical aspects of this season's "The Music Man."
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 1, 1997 | LESLEY WRIGHT
Some parents thrive on cheering for their children at youth football games. Others drive their little ones to ballet and watch the jetes from benches along the wall. But when a child joins the Orange County Children's Theatre, parents could find themselves wielding a hammer. "We have a joke in the parents' meeting that there are certain jobs that are really good for ex-husbands," said Mark Goldhamer, a McDonnell Douglas executive who handles technical aspects of this season's "The Music Man."
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ENTERTAINMENT
December 24, 1991 | CORINNE FLOCKEN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
CHILDREN'S THEATER: T * "Tom Sawyer," Irvine Valley College Theatrefaire. Resplendent in rumpled linen and puffing a fat see-gar , Donald Formaheck's Mark Twain was the ideal traveling companion for this beautifully staged journey through the old South, the latest in Theatrefaire's string of consistently high-quality family shows. * "Revenge of the Space Pandas," South Coast Repertory's Young Conservatory Players.
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December 24, 1991 | CORINNE FLOCKEN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
CHILDREN'S THEATER: T * "Tom Sawyer," Irvine Valley College Theatrefaire. Resplendent in rumpled linen and puffing a fat see-gar , Donald Formaheck's Mark Twain was the ideal traveling companion for this beautifully staged journey through the old South, the latest in Theatrefaire's string of consistently high-quality family shows. * "Revenge of the Space Pandas," South Coast Repertory's Young Conservatory Players.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 6, 1987 | CHALON SMITH
What's in a name? Quite a bit when it comes to a pair of local children's theaters. Until last week, there were two groups in Orange County using the name Orange County Children's Theatre. The first, better known as the Fountain Valley Community Theatre until it changed its name last year, has been operating since 1971. The second, a newcomer to Orange County, but boasting three successful youth theater programs in Northern California, opened an office in Huntington Beach a few weeks ago.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 30, 1987 | CHALON SMITH
A children's theater group that has three programs in Northern California has begun an Orange County repertory. Alex Urban--who founded the Napa Children's Theatre, the Solano Children's Musical Theatre and the North Bay Children's Theatre--recently announced the formation of Orange County Children's Theatre in Huntington Beach. The OCCT will hold a three-month-long workshop beginning in mid-February, culminating with a production of "Oliver!
ENTERTAINMENT
April 21, 1989 | KAREN NEWELL YOUNG
The Orange County Children's Theatre will continue its musical salute to American history with four performances of "Yankee Doodle" this weekend at Golden West College. Written, directed and choreographed by Jerome Curtis of Long Beach, "Yankee Doodle" features 44 children who sing and dance their way through 20 skits depicting great moments and personalities from U.S. history. With taped music and a slide-show narration, "Yankee Doodle" honors Uncle Sam, Andrew Jackson, Dolly Madison, Paul Revere, Martin Luther King Jr., the advent of the locomotive and the victories of World War II, among others.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 21, 1989 | KAREN NEWELL YOUNG
The Orange County Children's Theatre will continue its musical salute to American history with four performances of "Yankee Doodle" this weekend at Golden West College. Written, directed and choreographed by Jerome Curtis of Long Beach, "Yankee Doodle" features 44 children who sing and dance their way through 20 skits depicting great moments and personalities from U.S. history. With taped music and a slide-show narration, "Yankee Doodle" honors Uncle Sam, Andrew Jackson, Dolly Madison, Paul Revere, Martin Luther King Jr., the advent of the locomotive and the victories of World War II, among others.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 6, 1987 | CHALON SMITH
What's in a name? Quite a bit when it comes to a pair of local children's theaters. Until last week, there were two groups in Orange County using the name Orange County Children's Theatre. The first, better known as the Fountain Valley Community Theatre until it changed its name last year, has been operating since 1971. The second, a newcomer to Orange County, but boasting three successful youth theater programs in Northern California, opened an office in Huntington Beach a few weeks ago.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 30, 1987 | CHALON SMITH
A children's theater group that has three programs in Northern California has begun an Orange County repertory. Alex Urban--who founded the Napa Children's Theatre, the Solano Children's Musical Theatre and the North Bay Children's Theatre--recently announced the formation of Orange County Children's Theatre in Huntington Beach. The OCCT will hold a three-month-long workshop beginning in mid-February, culminating with a production of "Oliver!
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