Offering over 1,000 seats on any given weekend, the County’s six community theaters – part of the unique Four Star Theater Alliance -- tap into local talents presenting comedies, dramas, musicals and dramedies.
The gala affair is at 6:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 26 at the High Streets Art Center, 45 E. High Street in Moorpark. A limited amount of tickets ($15 in advance, $20 at the door) are available for the public at:www.HighStreetArtsCenter.com.
Tiger Huang, a long-time artist of considerable standing in the Ventura arts community presented a very special and significant installation piece at the Museum of Ventura County in conjunction with its “I Want the Wide American Earth: An Asian Pacific American Story” this last weekend [18-19 June]. It was a beautiful installation, including a well-done, mesmerizing sound-scape.
Trouble is, and this is just the beginning of the trouble, Tiger’s name and the piece itself are not mentioned anywhere in the Museum’s website or write-up of the exhibition. This is not to mention that though it was a major piece, and certainly time-consuming to produce and install, it was only up for 48 hours. The piece is one of the most significant installation pieces any artist has ever done in Ventura, yet, by the time Thursday rolls around, as far as the Museum goes, it might as well not have existed at all.
Southern California’s most prestigious theatre awards recognize MEMPHIS with seven nominations, plus OKLAHOMA!