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Summer Splash : Boiling the Summer Down Into Categories : ART and PHOTOGRAPHY

June 1-14: “16th Century Ornamental Designs,” J. Paul Getty Museum, Malibu.

June 2-26: “Studio Visits: Photographs of California Artists by Jim McHugh,” Santa Monica Museum of Art.

June 3: MOCA Art Auction ’94, Museum of Contemporary Art’s Temporary Contemporary, Little Tokyo.

June 3-Aug. 21: “Subject(s): Prints and Multiples by Jonathan Borofsky, 1982-1991" and “State of the Art: Prints From the Collection of the Long Beach Museum of Art,” Long Beach Museum of Art.

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June 3-Aug. 21: “The First Generation: Women and Video, 1970-75,” Long Beach Museum of Art.

June 4-5: 34th Annual Artists Market, Long Beach Museum of Art.

June 5: “Frank Lloyd Wright’s 127th Birthday Celebration,” Barnsdall Art Park.

* Hollywood Bowl Arts Fair, Hollywood Bowl grounds.

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June 7-Oct. 9: “The Assertive Image: Artists of the Eighties from the Eli Broad Family Foundation,” UCLA/Armand Hammer Museum of Art and Cultural Center, Westwood.

June 7-Oct. 23: “Rogier van der Weyden’s ‘Madonna and Child,’ ” J. Paul Getty Museum, Malibu.

June 10: “15 Will Get You 20,” Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Hollywood.

June 11-12: “On the Square,” Centennial Square, Pasadena.

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* Community Open House, UCLA/Armand Hammer Museum of Art and Cultural Center, Westwood.

June 11-Aug. 6: “Transformer,” Christel Dillbohner and Manfred Muller collaboration, Santa Barbara Contemporary Arts Forum.

June 12-Aug. 21: Robert Morris’ “Terra Moto: The Fallen and the Saved,” Art Center College of Design, Pasadena.

June 14: “Focus on AIDS V,” Directors Guild of America, Hollywood.

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June 16-July 21: “Nor Her Neither There,” Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Hollywood.

June 16-Aug. 28: “Korean Arts of the Eighteenth Century: Splendor & Simplicity,” Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

June 18-July 31: “Art as Activist: Revolutionary Posters From Central and Eastern Europe,” University Art Museum, UC Santa Barbara.

June 18-July 15: “The World of Cups,” Armory Center for the Arts, Pasadena.

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June 18-July 24: “Play Ball,” Junior Arts Center, Barnsdall Art Park.

June 21-Sept. 17: “East Meets West: The Oriental and the Occidental,” Decorative Arts Study Center, San Juan Capistrano.

June 25-Sept. 22: “Miroslaw Balka: 37.1 (cont.),” Lannan Foundation, Marina del Rey.

June 25-Sept. 18: “Labyrinth of Exile: Recent Works by Ali Reza Dadgar, Payam Farrahi, Taraneh Hemami and Shirin Neshat,” Fowler Museum of Cultural History, UCLA.

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June 28-Sept. 4: “Andre Kertesz: A Centennial Tribute,” J. Paul Getty Museum, Malibu.

June 30-Sept. 11: “Mike Kelley,” Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

July 1-Sept. 8: “David Nash: A Survey,” Museum of Contemporary Art/Downtown, San Diego.

July 2-Aug. 14: “Within This Garden: Photographs by Ruth Thorne-Thomsen,” California Museum of Photography, Riverside.

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July 7-8: “Two Nights of Art Celebrating the World of Soccer,” At 45 members of the Los Angeles Art Galleries and Santa Monica/Venice Art Dealers Assn.

July 8-Sept. 4: “The Return of the Cadavre Exquis” and “Altered Egos,” Santa Monica Museum of Art.

July 9-Sept. 4: “Revisiting Ammi Phillips: 50 Years of American Portraiture,” San Diego Museum of Art.

July 9-Oct. 9: “Obata’s Yosemite, Obata’s Designs: The Art and Architecture of Chiura and Gyo Obata,” Japanese National Museum, Little Tokyo.

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July 14-Sept. 11: “A Graphic Odyssey: Romare Bearden as Printmaker,” L.A. County Museum of Art.

July 16-Nov. 27: “Printed Pop,” Santa Barbara Museum of Art.

July 16-Sept. 18: “David Dawangyumtewa: Hopi Celebration of Color,” Southwest Museum, Highland Park.

July 17-Sept. 25: “Bruce Nauman,” Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles.

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July 17-Nov. 6: “Lun*nah Menoh: Boutique Mystique,” Laguna Art Museum Satellite, South Coast Plaza, Costa Mesa.

July 19-Aug. 21: “Underexposed,” Municipal Art Gallery, Barnsdall Art Park.

July 19-Oct. 23: “Permanent Collection Presentation,” Newport Harbor Art Museum, Newport Beach.

July 26-Feb. 12: “Ars et Ingenium: The Illuminator’s Craft and Genius” and “The Making of a Medieval Book,” J. Paul Getty Museum, Malibu.

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July 29-Oct. 9: “Fragile Ecologies: Artist’s Interpretations and Solutions,” Laguna Art Museum, Laguna Beach.

July 31-Oct. 9: “Treasured Gifts: Recent Donations to the Southwest Museum Collection,” Southwest Museum, Highland Park.

Aug. 4-Sept. 15: Video pioneers Steina and Woody Vasulka, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Hollywood.

Aug. 7-Sept. 4: “Alighiero Boetti,” Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles.

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Aug. 7-Sept. 25: “Hirokazu Kosaka: In the Mood,” Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles.

Aug. 11-Oct. 23: “the camera i: Photographic Self-Portraits From the Audrey and Sydney Irmas Collection,” Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

Aug. 16-Oct. 23: “16th- and 17th-Century Dutch Drawings,” J. Paul Getty Museum, Malibu.

Aug. 20-Oct. 16: “In the Spirit of Fluxus,” Santa Barbara Museum of Art.

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Aug. 21: Children’s Art Festival, Barnsdall Art Park.

Aug. 27-Oct. 30: “Egon Schiele,” San Diego Museum of Art.

Sept. 2-Nov. 20: “Independent Visions: The Collection in Context,” Long Beach Museum of Art.

Sept. 3-Jan. 8: “Gifts of the Earth: Pre-Columbian Art and Creativity,” Santa Barbara Museum of Art.

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COMEDY

June 3: Bernie Mac, Universal Amphitheatre, Universal City.

* Dennis Wolfberg, Ventura Theatre, Ventura.

June 4: Dennis Wolfberg, the Coach House, San Juan Capistrano.

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June 5: Jay Leno, Comedy and Magic Club, Hermosa Beach. Also June 12 and 19.

* Phyllis Diller, Academy Plaza Theatre, North Hollywood.

June 24-26: Richard Jeni, Irvine Improv.

July 15-16: Dennis Miller, the Coach House, San Juan Capistrano. Also July 30, Ventura Theatre, Ventura.

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July 28-31: Dennis Wolfberg, the Irvine Improv.

DANCE

Today: The Brockus Project Dance Company, Los Alamitos High School.

* The Well-Tempered Ballet Company, Lancaster Performing Arts Center.

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* Ballet Pacifica, Festival Forum Theater, Laguna Beach.

* “Htheru,” Dance Collective, Leimert Park area.

May 30: Viji Prakash’s “Shyama,” James R. Armstrong Theater, Torrance.

June 3: The “Move to Groove Ball,” Glam Slam restaurant, downtown.

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* “A Night at the Kraton,” Griffin Commons, Sunset Village, UCLA.

June 3-4: Catalyst Dance Group, Tower Arts Center, downtown Pomona Mall.

* Riverside Community College Dancers, Landis Auditorium, Riverside.

* Loretta Livingston and Dancers, Angelus Plaza Senior Services Center, downtown.

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June 3-5: American Dance Guild and Santa Barbara Dance Alliance conference, with performances at UC Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara City College and Los Positas Friendship Park.

June 4: Ramaa and Swetha Bharadvaj, Long Beach Convention Center.

* “Shivanjali,” Irvine Barclay Theater.

* The Mehmet Sander Dance Company, Warner Grand Theatre, San Pedro.

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June 4-5: Silayan Philippine-American Dance Company, Los Angeles Theatre Center.

June 5: The Martin Dancers/Dancnicians in “An Inside View,” Hollywood Dance Studio.

June 10-July 17: “Forever Tango: The Eternal Dance,” Wilshire Theatre, Beverly Hills.

June 11-12: Benita Bike’s Dance-Art, Morgan-Wixson Theatre, Santa Monica.

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June 12: Annual recital by the Irvine School of Dance, Irvine Barclay Theater.

June 16: “Enchanted Forest,” Irvine Barclay Theater.

June 18-19: “Dancin’ ‘94,” Irvine Barclay Theater.

* TerpsiCorps, Los Angeles Theatre Center, downtown.

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June 19: AMAN Folk Ensemble, Alex Theatre, Glendale.

* Women’s “4 x Four” chamber dance, Fountain Theatre, Hollywood.

June 23-25, 27: “Dance Festival 1994" at the Irvine Barclay Theater.

June 28: Louise Reichlin and Dancers, Central Library, downtown.

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June 28-July 3: The Joffrey Ballet in three different programs, Dorothy Chandler Pavilion.

July 3: Danza Floricanto U.S.A., John Anson Ford Amphitheatre, Hollywood.

July 9-10: Jazz Tap Ensemble, John Anson Ford Amphitheatre, Hollywood.

July 10: “Fuego Flamenco,” Fountain Theatre, Hollywood. Also July 17, 24 and 31, Aug. 7, 14, 20, 21, 22 and 28.

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July 14-17: Dance Theatre of East L.A., Highways, Santa Monica.

July 20: “Los Angeles Dances,” Spiral Court, California Plaza, downtown.

July 22-23: “Dance Kaleidoscope,” Program I, Cal State L.A.

July 24: Los Angeles Contemporary Dance Theatre, California E.A.R. Unit, Spiral Court, California Plaza, downtown.

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July 24, 29: “Dance Kaleidoscope,” Program II, Cal State L.A.

July 27: Blue Palm’s “Tell Me About It,” Watercourt, California Plaza, downtown.

July 30: Ballet Pacifica, South Coast Repertory, Costa Mesa.

July 30-31: “Dance Kaleidoscope,” Program III, Cal State L.A.

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July 31: Los Angeles Choreographers and Dancers, Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

* Inca and Silayan dance companies, Spiral Court, California Plaza, downtown.

Aug. 5: “Hollywood Olvidado!,” Watercourt, California Plaza, downtown.

Aug. 6: “Dance Kaleidoscope,” special morning family program and evening world dance program.

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Aug. 7: Hawaiian dance, Spiral Court, California Plaza, downtown.

Aug. 13: Los Angeles Contemporary Dance Theatre, John Anson Ford Amphitheatre, Hollywood.

Aug. 20: “First Impressions Dance,” Watercourt, California Plaza, downtown.

Aug. 20-21: Los Angeles Chamber Ballet, Japan America Theatre.

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Aug. 28: Danza Floricanto U.S.A., Spiral Court, California Plaza, downtown.

Sept. 3: Los Angeles Modern Dance and Ballet, John Anson Ford Amphitheatre, Hollywood.

FESTIVALS, ETC.

June 3-5: Harleys for the Homeless Ride. (714) 548-8507.

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* Four Moons Pow-Wow, Fontana. (909) 823-6150.

* Circus Vargas, El Monte Valley Mall.

June 4: Jazz Day, California Afro-American Museum.

* Chinese Martial Arts Festival, El Monte. (818) 443-9999.

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* Universal City Walk/American Cancer Society walk-a-thon.

* Truck Rodeo, Earl Warren Showgrounds, Santa Barbara.

June 4-5: Irish Fair, Oak Park, Santa Barbara.

* Home Show, Earl Warren Showgrounds.

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June 5: El Camino Real Championship Chili Cook-Off, Old Town Tustin.

June 9-12: Marina del Rey Boat and Water Recreation Show.

June 10-11: Heritage Regatta, Newport Beach.

June 11: Western Weekend, Two Harbors, Catalina Island.

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June 11-12: UFO Expo West, LAX Hyatt Hotel.

* On the Square festival, Pasadena.

* Fangoria’s Weekend of Horrors, L.A. Airport Hilton.

* Rose competition, Pacific Asia Museum, Pasadena.

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* International Cat Show, Anaheim Convention Center.

June 12: WenTer Events ’94, Industry Hills Equestrian Center.

Mid-June: Twilight dance series at Santa Monica Pier.

June 17: “Jazz on Film With Mark Cantor,” West Hollywood.

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June 17-18: Macfair LA ’94, Burbank Airport Hilton.

June 18: Heritage Day, Gene Autry Western Heritage Museum, Griffith Park.

June 22-26: Lompoc Flower Festival, Santa Barbara.

June 25: All-Star Sports Carnival ’94, Santa Monica Air Center.

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* Aloha Concert Jam ’94, Cal State Dominguez Hills.

June 26: Festival de Caribe, Long Beach.

June 28-29: Scottish Games, Orange County Fairgrounds.

June 30-Aug. 28: Art-a-Fair; Sawdust Festival, Laguna Beach.

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July 1-10: Semana Nautica amateur athletic competition, Santa Barbara.

July 3: 1994 World Figure Skating, Great Western Forum.

* Rock Around the Block, Long Beach.

July 4: Old-Fashioned Fourth, Goleta.

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* Fourth of July at Shoreline Park, Long Beach.

July 7: Tour and Taste Thursdays, Arboretum, Arcadia.

July 7-17: SoccerFest, Los Angeles/ Pasadena.

* National Horse Show, Earl Warren showgrounds.

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July 8-9: Monster Truck Show, Antelope Valley Fairgrounds.

July 8-Aug. 29: Festival of Arts-Pageant of the Masters, Laguna.

July 9: T. J. Martell Rocker Soccer, East Los Angeles College.

July 9-10: Kateri Circle Pow-Wow, Loyola Marymount University, (213) 482-7615.

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* L.A. Garlic Festival, Westwood Village. (310) 858-1005.

July 10: Bastille Day Celebration & Run, Newport Beach.

July 10-Aug. 30: Summer Serenade concert series, Alhambra Park.

July 16: World Cup African Fest, Long Beach.

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July 16-17: French Bastille Day, Santa Barbara.

* Indian & Pioneer Days, Temecula.

* San Fernando Fiesta, Recreation Park.

July 17: Beach Ride ’94, San Buenaventura State Park and Beach, Ventura.

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July 19-25: Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey’s Circus, Long Beach.

July 22-31: American Boating Jubilee, Long Beach.

July 29-31: Philippine Expo ’94, L.A. Fairplex.

July 29-Aug. 7: San Bernardino County Fair, Victorville.

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July 31: Una Boda de California Antigua, Rancho Los Alamitos.

August: International Sea Festival, Long Beach.

Aug. 3-10: Old Spanish Days Fiesta, Santa Barbara.

Aug. 4-15: Regional and national conventions of Western Sunbathing and American Sunbathing associations, Glen Eden, near Corona and Elsinor. (909) 277-4650.

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August 5-7: Indian Pow Wow, Orange County Fairgrounds.

* Home Show, Long Beach.

* Indian Center Pow-Wow, Orange County Fairgrounds.

Aug. 6: Miss Antelope Valley Queens Pageant, Antelope Valley Fairgrounds.

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Aug. 14: California Truck Jamboree, Orange County Fairgrounds.

* Catalina Ski Race, Long Beach.

Aug. 16: Billiards Tournament & Party, Hollywood Athletic Club.

Aug. 20: Twilight Tea Dance, Waddles Mansion.

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Aug. 20-21: Festa Italiana, Santa Barbara.

* International Karate Championship, Long Beach.

Aug. 21: Volkswagen Jamboree, Orange County Fairgrounds.

Aug. 26-Sept. 5: Antelope Valley Fair and Alfalfa Festival, fairgrounds.

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Aug. 27: Celebrity Hockey Game, Great Western Forum.

Sept. 3-5: 43rd annual Grecian Festival by the Sea, Long Beach.

* Harvest Festival, Long Beach Convention Center.

Sept. 4: Ice Cream Social, Heritage Square, Highland Park.

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JAZZ

June 3-4: Harold Land, Club Brasserie.

June 5: Boney James, the B Sharp Jazz Quartet, Cecilia Noel and the Wild Clams and Ernestine Anderson, Corsair Field, Santa Monica College.

June 6-11: Mulgrew Miller, Catalina Bar & Grill.

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June 10: The Benoit/Freeman Project, Diane Schuur, Phil Perry and Tom Scott, Greek Theatre.

* Urbanator, Strand, Redondo Beach.

June 18-19: Playboy Jazz Festival with Lionel Hampton, Wynton Marsalis, Spyro Gyra, Joshua Redman, David Sanborn, Tito Puente’s Golden Latin All-Stars, Joe Williams, Cassandra Wilson and others, Hollywood Bowl.

June 21-26: Tom Harrell, Catalina Bar & Grill.

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June 25: Ottmar Leibert, Coach House, San Juan Capistrano.

June 28-29: Ottmar Liebert, Strand, Redondo Beach.

July 7: Dave Koz, Coach House, San Juan Capistrano.

July 8-9: Frank Strazzeri, Club Brasserie.

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July 10: Lou Rawls, Chaka Khan and Buddy Guy, Hollywood Bowl.

July 28-30: Kenny Barron, Jazz Bakery.

Aug. 3: Gal Costa, Leny Andrade, Oscar Castro-Neves and Ivan Lins, Hollywood Bowl.

Aug. 5-6: Fred Hersch, Jazz Bakery.

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Aug. 6: Al Jarreau, Roberta Flack, Greek Theatre.

Aug. 6-7: Fourth Annual Pasadena Jazz Festival, Ambassador Auditorium.

Aug. 10: Rosemary Clooney, Carnegie Hall Jazz Band led by Jon Faddis, Toots Thielemans and Charlie Haden’s Quartet West, Hollywood Bowl.

Aug. 11-13: Joey Calderazzo, Club Brasserie.

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Aug. 16-21: Wallace Roney, Catalina Bar & Grill.

Aug. 17-20: Terry Gibbs and Buddy DeFranco, Jazz Bakery.

Aug. 20: Jazz Explosion Superband, Greek Theatre.

Aug. 23-28: Roy Hargrove, Catalina Bar & Grill.

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Sept. 2-5: 11th annual Los Angeles Classic Jazz Festival, Los Angeles Airport Marriott and Westin Hotels.

MUSIC

May 29-June 12: L.A. Music Center Opera’s “Der Rosenkavalier,” Dorothy Chandler Pavilion.

June 1-2: Conductor Carl St.Clair, Pacific Symphony, Orange County Performing Arts Center, Costa Mesa.

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June 3-4: Conductor Henry Mancini, Pacific Symphony, Orange County Performing Arts Center, Costa Mesa.

June 3-5: Ojai Festival, Festival Bowl in downtown Ojai.

June 5, 8, 10 and 12: Corona del Mar Baroque Festival, St. Michael and All Angeles Church (June 5 and 12), Sherman Library and Gardens (June 8 and 10), Newport Beach.

June 11: Tenor Jerry Hadley with the Opera Orchestra of L.A., the Alex Theatre, Glendale.

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June 17: Southwest Chamber Music Society, Chapman University, Orange.

July 1: Redlands Bowl summer season begins, Tuesdays and Fridays, downtown Redlands, through Aug. 26.

July 4: Cypress Pops Orchestra, Cerritos Park East.

* Conductor Jack Everly, Pacific Symphony, Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre, Irvine.

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July 5: Summer season opening, L.A. Philharmonic, conductor Andrew Litton, Hollywood Bowl.

July 8: Bizet’s “Carmen,” with Suzanna Guzman, Redlands Bowl, Redlands.

* Organist Peter Baicchi, Crystal Cathedral, Garden Grove.

July 8-9: Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, “A Night Out at the Movies,” Hollywood Bowl.

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July 11: Pianist Van Cliburn, Moscow Philharmonic, Hollywood Bowl.

July 16: “The Three Tenors” (Carreras, Domingo, Pavarotti), Dodger Stadium.

* Cypress Pops Orchestra, Cypress Civic Center Green, Cypress.

July 19: Italian pianist Maria Tipo, with L.A. Philharmonic, Hollywood Bowl.

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July 20: “A Cabaret with Ute Lemper,” Hollywood Bowl.

July 22: Organist Frederick Swann, Crystal Cathedral, Garden Grove.

July 22-24: Gershwin Night with Hollywood Bowl Orchestra.

July 23: Conductor Carl St.Clair, Pacific Symphony, Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre, Irvine.

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July 24: Conductor Carl St.Clair, Pacific Symphony, Pearson Park Amphitheatre, Anaheim.

July 26-28: Budapest Festival Orchestra, conductor Ivan Fischer, Hollywood Bowl.

July 29-30: Soprano June Anderson, Budapest Festival Orchestra, Hollywood Bowl.

Aug. 5: Organist Jan Pieter van Driel, Crystal Cathedral, Garden Grove.

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Aug. 5-6: John Williams conducts John Williams, Burgess Meredith narrating, Hollywood Bowl.

Aug. 9, 11, 16 and 18: Conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen and L.A. Philharmonic in tour previews, Hollywood Bowl.

Aug. 13: Conductor Klaus Donath, Pacific Symphony, Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre, Irvine.

Aug. 16-20: Long Beach Opera’s “Death by Opera,” John Anson Ford Amphitheatre.

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Aug. 18 and 20: Opera Orchestra of L.A. presents “Aida,” Pasadena Civic Auditorium.

Aug. 23-25: Detroit Symphony, conductor Neeme Jarvi, Hollywood Bowl.

Aug. 30-31 and Sept. 1: San Francisco Symphony, Herbert Blomstedt conducting, Hollywood Bowl.

Sept. 2-3: John Mauceri conducts “Tchaikovsky Spectacular,” Hollywood Bowl.

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Sept. 3: Conductor Carl St.Clair, Pacific Symphony, Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre, Irvine.

Sept. 4: Conductor Carl St.Clair, Pacific Symphony, Pearson Park Amphitheatre, Anaheim.

POP MUSIC

May 29 and 31, June 1: Eagles, Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre.

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May 30: Glenn Yarbrough, Conejo

Community Park, Thousand Oaks.

June 1: Beausoleil, Coach House.

June 2-3: Bryan Adams, Greek Theatre.

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June 3: Will Downing and Rachelle Ferrell, Wiltern Theatre.

* Paladins, Coach House.

June 4: Reggae Sunsplash, Irvine Meadows.

June 5: Isley Bros, Wiltern Theatre.

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* The Lettermen, Warner Center Park, Woodland Hills.

June 6: Otis Rush, Coach House.

* Traffic, Embarcadero Marina Park South.

June 7: Traffic, Anaheim Pond.

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* Hoyt Axton, Crazy Horse Steak House, Santa Ana.

June 8: Ben Harper, Coach House.

June 9: Ray Charles, Orange County Performing Arts Center, Costa Mesa.

* Freddy Jones Band, Coach House.

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June 9-11: Traffic, Universal Amphitheatre.

June 10: Counting Crows, Sam Phillips, Montezuma Hall, San Diego State University.

June 11: Buklod Ng Pagkakaisa, Lancaster Performing Arts Center, Lancaster.

* Milton Nascimento, Wiltern Theatre.

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* Los Lobos, Greek Theatre, Hollywood.

* KROQ “Weenie Roast,” Irvine Meadows.

June 12: Shawn Colvin, Coach House.

June 13-14: Gary Morris, Crazy Horse Steak House.

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June 16: Leon Redbone, Coach House.

* Traffic, Glen Helen Blockbuster Pavilion, Devore.

* Melissa Etheridge, Open Air Theatre, San Diego State University.

June 16-17: James Taylor, Embarcadero Marina Park South.

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June 17: Holly Near, Coach House.

June 17-18: Melissa Etheridge, Greek Theatre.

June 18: James Taylor, Irvine Meadows.

* Leon Russell, Coach House.

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* Salt-n-Pepa, Glen Helen Blockbuster Pavilion.

* Stylistics, Dramatics and the Chi-Lites, Greek Theatre.

June 19: Little Richard, Coach House.

June 20: Chris LeDoux, Crazy Horse Steak House.

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June 20, 22, 24, 25: Michael Bolton and Celine Dion, Greek Theatre.

June 21-26: James Taylor, Universal Amphitheatre.

June 23: Robben Ford, Coach House.

* Los Lobos, Taste of Orange County, Irvine Spectrum.

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June 25: Juan Gabriel, Anaheim Pond.

June 26: Jimmie Dale Gilmore, Boy Howdy, Taste of Orange County, Irvine Spectrum.

June 28: Mark Chestnutt and the Mavericks, Universal Amphitheatre.

July 1: Roger Daltrey, Greek Theatre.

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* Reba McEntire, John Michael Montgomery, Irvine Meadows.

July 2-3: Reba McEntire, John Michael Montgomery, Universal Amphitheatre.

July 6: Emmylou Harris, the Palace.

* Dan Hicks & the Acoustic Warriors, Coach House.

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July 8: Emmylou Harris with San Diego Symphony, Embarcadero Marina Park South.

* Bo Diddley, Coach House.

* Pointer Sisters, Orange County Fair, Costa Mesa.

July 9: Jerry Lee Lewis and Bo Diddley, the Palace, Hollywood.

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* James Brown, Greek Theatre.

* Roger Daltrey, Irvine Meadows.

July 10: Queen Latifah, Orange County Fair.

* Richard Marx, Greek Theatre.

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* Roger Daltrey, Open Air Theatre, San Diego State University.

* John Denver with San Diego Symphony, Embarcadero Marina Park South.

* Oak Ridge Boys, Oceanside Pier Plaza Amphitheater.

July 11: Emmylou Harris, Crazy Horse Steak House.

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* Michael McDonald, Orange County Fair.

July 12: Ben E. King, Shirelles, Orange County Fair.

July 14: Garth Brooks, Hollywood Bowl.

July 15: Jose Luis Rodriguez and Gipsy Kings, Hollywood Bowl.

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* Neville Brothers, Orange County Fair.

July 15-16: Julio Iglesias, Greek Theatre, Hollywood.

July 16: Whitney Houston, Anaheim Pond.

July 17: Pantera, Sepultura, Prong, Irvine Meadows.

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* Yes, Glen Helen Blockbuster Pavilion.

July 18: Kentucky Headhunters, Orange County Fair.

July 19: Wailing Souls, Orange County Fair.

* Pantera, Sepultura, Prong, San Diego Sports Arena.

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July 20: Tim McGraw, Orange County Fair.

July 21-22: Yes, Greek Theatre, Hollywood.

July 22: Crystal Gayle, Orange County Fair.

* Spirit, Arthur Lee and Love, Coach House.

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July 23: Jan & Dean, Orange County Fair.

* Dwight Yoakam, Glen Helen Blockbuster Pavilion.

July 24: Dwight Yoakam, Embarcadero Marina Park South.

* Vicki Carr, Orange County Fair.

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* Metallica and Alice in Chains, Glen Helen Blockbuster Pavilion.

July 25: Mark Collie, Crazy Horse Steak House.

July 26: Yes, Embarcadero Marina Park South.

July 27: Lynyrd Skynyrd and Ted Nugent, Greek Theatre.

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July 29-30: Tower of Power, Coach House.

July 30-31: Basia, Greek Theatre.

July 31: Travis Tritt, Joe Diffie, Lee Roy Parnell, Anaheim Pond.

* Metallica, Alice in Chains, Suicidal Tendencies, Candlebox, Brown Field, San Diego.

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Aug. 1: Harry Connick Jr., Hollywood Bowl.

Aug. 2: Doobie Brothers, Foreigner, Greek Theatre.

* Basia, Spyro Gyra, Embarcadero Marina Park South.

Aug. 3: Alan Jackson, Greek Theatre.

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* George Winston, Lancaster Performing Arts Center, Lancaster.

* Harry Connick Jr., Open Air Theatre, San Diego State University.

Aug. 4: Travis Tritt, Glen Helen Blockbuster Pavilion.

* James Ingram, Coach House.

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Aug. 8-9: Phil Collins, Forum.

Aug. 10: Meat Loaf, Irvine Meadows.

Aug. 11-12: Santana, Greek Theatre.

Aug. 17: Emerson, Lake and Palmer, Greek Theatre.

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* Ray Charles, Etta James, Hollywood Bowl.

Aug.19: The Steve Miller Band, Greek Theatre.

Aug. 21: Brewer & Shipley, Chumash Park, Agoura Hills.

Aug. 24: Jerry Jeff Walker, Coach House.

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Aug. 25: Stevie Nicks, Greek Theatre.

Aug. 26-27: Mel Torme, Hubert Laws, Hollywood Bowl.

* Indigo Girls, Universal Amphitheatre.

Aug. 27: Spin Doctors, Gin Blossoms, Greek Theatre.

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Aug. 28: Indigo Girls, Embarcadero Marina Park South.

Aug. 29: Kenny Loggins, Embarcadero Marina Park South.

Aug. 30: Jackson Browne, John Hiatt, Embarcadero Marina Park South.

Sept. 4: Louis Bellson & His Big Band Explosion, Warner Center Park, Woodland Hills.

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THEATER

May 31-June 6: “Imagining Peace,” Odyssey Theatre Ensemble, West L.A.

June 1-Aug. 31: Celebrations!, downtown California Plaza.

June 2-July 3: “Old Business,” Court Theatre.

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June 3-4: “The Hobbit,” Lancaster Performing Arts Center, Lancaster.

June 3-26: “Othello,” Odyssey Theatre, West L.A.

* “Godspell,” California Youth Theatre, Clifton Middle School Auditorium, Monrovia.

June 3-July 3: “Dancing at Lughnasa,” South Coast Repertory, Costa Mesa.

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June 4: “Shakespeare and Me: The Lunatic, the Lover and the Poet,” Waltmar Theatre, Orange.

June 5: Phyllis Diller, Huber Marionettes, Wayland Pickard, Academy Plaza Theatre, North Hollywood.

June 6-28: “Men on the Verge of a His-panic Breakdown,” Celebration Theatre, Hollywood.

June 8: “Alice in Wonderland,” Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel.

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* Parachute Express, North County Fair Mall, Escondido.

June 9-July 2: “Bedside Manners,” Plummer Auditorium, Fullerton.

June 9-July 24: “Bandido!,” Mark Taper Forum.

June 10-11: Performance artist Donald Krieger, “BEAUTY &replication;”, Otis Gallery.

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June 10-July 16: “Charlemagne,” Fountain Theatre, Hollywood.

June 11: Shari Lewis & Lamb Chop, Six Flags Magic Mountain.

June 11-19: “One Thousand Cranes,” South Coast Repertory, Costa Mesa.

June 11-July 16: “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” Will Geer Theatricum Botanicum, Topanga.

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June 12-13: “The Other Side of the Voice,” Fountain Theatre, Hollywood.

June 12-Sept. 18: “Macbeth,” Theatricum Botanicum, Topanga.

June 14-19: The Rockettes and Susan Anton, Orange County Performing Arts Center, Costa Mesa.

June 17-25:"Alms for Oblivion,” Waltmar Theatre, Orange.

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June 18: “Gallagher Going Ballistic,” San Gabriel Civic Auditorium.

June 18-19: “Moon Over Madness,” John Anson Ford Amphitheatre.

June 18-Aug. 14: “And the World Goes Round,” Saddleback Studio Theatre, Mission Viejo.

June 19-Aug. 14: “The Triumph of Love,” La Jolla Playhouse.

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June 21-26: The Rockettes and Susan Anton, Dorothy Chandler Pavilion.

* “Jesus Christ Superstar,” Orange County for the Performing Arts, Costa Mesa.

June 23-25: Sandra Bernhard, La Jolla Playhouse’s Mandell Weiss Theatre.

June 24: Teatro de los Puppets, Santa Monica Place, Santa Monica.

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June 24-July 17: “Flight to Arkadelphia,” NoHo Studios, North Hollywood.

June 29-July 30: “Talley’s Folly,” Vanguard Theatre Ensemble, Fullerton.

July 1-Aug. 7: “The Chisholm Trail Went Through Here,” Road Theatre, Van Nuys.

July 2-17: “Twelfth Night,” grounds of the West Los Angeles Veterans Administration’s Japanese Garden.

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July 2-Aug. 21: “Educated Women,” Theatricum Botanicum, Topanga.

July 4-Aug. 12: “Open House at the Hollywood Bowl,” Hollywood.

July 5: Faye Dunaway and Rex Smith join “Sunset Boulevard,” Shubert Theatre in Century City.

July 5-10: “Jesus Christ Superstar,” Pasadena Civic Auditorium.

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July 5-26: “1994 Family Storytelling Festival,” Beverly Hills Public Library.

July 6-Aug. 7: “Wonderful Tennessee,” Old Globe Theatre’s Lowell Davies Festival Theatre in San Diego.

July 7-30: “Sleuth,” Muckenthaler Cultural Center, Fullerton.

July 7-Aug. 7: “L.A. Building,” Angelus Plaza’s Senior Activity Center (July 7-10), Boys & Girls Club of San Fernando Valley (July 14-17), Druze Cultural Center (July 21-24), Stage 10, Culver Studios (July 28-31), Pitts-Westminster Neighborhood Center (Aug. 4-7).

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July 7-Aug. 14: “Hiro,” East West Players.

July 8: “An Evening of Hostility,” Limelight Playhouse, North Hollywood.

July 8-24: “Me and My Girl,” McKinney Theatre, Mission Viejo.

July 8-Aug. 6: “Twelfth Night,” Waltmar Theatre, Orange.

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July 9-24: “No, No, Nanette,” Long Beach Convention and Entertainment Center’s Terrace Theatre.

July 9-Aug. 28: “Anything Goes,” Occidental Theater Festival, Occidental College.

July 10-Aug. 21: “Therese Raquin,” La Jolla Playhouse.

July 13-Aug. 21: “Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me,” Old Globe Theatre’s Cassius Carter Centre Stage in San Diego.

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July 14-Sept. 18: “The Sisters Rosensweig,” James A. Doolittle Theatre.

July 13-31: “The Who’s Tommy,” Universal Amphitheatre.

July 15-31: “The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas,” Plummer Auditorium, Fullerton.

July 15-Sept. 4: “Kimchee and Chitlins,” West Coast Ensemble.

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July 16-Aug. 28: “Twelfth Night,” Old Globe Theatre, San Diego.

July 16-Indefinitely: “Mein Kampf,” Actors’ Gang Theatre, Hollywood.

July 17-Aug. 21: “Heartbeats,” Pasadena Playhouse.

July 20-July 24: Robert Goulet headlines in “Camelot,” Pasadena Civic Auditorium.

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July 21-Aug. 7: “Sophisticated Ladies,” Alex Theatre, Glendale.

July 22-31: “Orphans,” NoHo Studios, North Hollywood.

July 22-Sept. 4: “The Phantom of the Opera,” Orange County Performing Arts Center, Costa Mesa.

July 23: “Raices,” South Coast Repertory, Costa Mesa.

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July 23-Aug. 14: “The Padua Hills Playwrights Festival,” Woodbury University campus grounds, Burbank.

July 24-Aug. 31: “The Funniest Show Ever Created by John Topping,” NoHo Studios, North Hollywood.

July 30-31 and Aug. 5-7: “West Side Story,” Lancaster Performing Arts Center, Lancaster.

July 31-Aug. 28: “The Good Person of Setzuan,” La Jolla Playhouse.

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Aug. 4-27: “Nunsense II,” Muckenthaler Cultural Center, Fullerton.

Aug. 5-6: Hispanic Playwrights Program, South Coast Repertory, Costa Mesa.

Aug. 5-21: “Camelot,” McKinney Theatre, Mission Viejo.

Aug. 9-Indefinitely: “The Sound of Music,” Pantages Theatre.

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Aug. 11-Sept. 25: “The Waiting Room,” Mark Taper Forum.

Aug. 12-Sept. 10: “King Lear,” Waltmar Theatre, Orange.

Aug. 12-Sept. 18: “For Marrieds Only,” NoHo Studios, North Hollywood.

Aug. 13-Sept. 17: “The Glass Menagerie,” Will Geer Theatricum Botanicum, Topanga.

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Aug. 31-Oct.2: “The Way of the World,” Old Globe Theatre’s Lowell Davies Festival Theatre, San Diego.

Sept. 2: “A Streetcar Named Desire,” South Coast Repertory, Costa Mesa.

Sept. 4-Oct. 2: “Mump and Smoot in Ferno,” La Jolla Playhouse.


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