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Theater & Arts ca Suite, Theme from Lawrence of Arabia, and Roman Carnival Overture. Mediterranean Odyssey takes place at the Gershwin Performing Arts Center at Murrieta Mesa High School. CHAMPIONS May 19, at 2pm “Champions” showcases the Symphony & Temecula Valley Symphony Chorus on Verdi’s Triumphal March from Aida with five opera soloists, including Soprano Jennifer Lindsay. Other selections include Theme from The Magnificent Seven, music from Spartacus, and a special performance of Fanfare for Life composed by Vietnam Veteran Kimo Williams. (All veterans may request free admission to this concert). WITH ONE VOICE Temecula Valley Symphony Chorus presents their own stand-alone concert “With One Voice” on April 21, at 4pm at Grace Presbyterian Church, 31143 Nicolas Rd. inTemecula. Call (951) 492-0565 for tickets. 22 Continued from page 21 The Symphony is conducted by Music Director John Mario, an internationally known conductor and opera coach. Per Alana Joos, Managing and Artistic Director, “Patrons enjoy our diverse programming that includes everything from the traditional classics, to pops, and epic works from major motion pictures. Variety is key to our successful performances. I sum up our concerts as Symphonic Music with A New Twist!” For more information, ticket prices and venue details call (951) 587-1536 or visit IER AGUA CALIENTE CASINO (866) 858-3600. 32-250 Bob Hope Drive, Rancho Mirage. BOYZ II MEN: March 2. VACHE AMARYAN: March 3. THE FAB FOUR: March 9. BYUN JIN SUB & KIM WAN SUN: March 10. GIO XUAN SPRINGTIME: March 17. LOS TEMERARIOS: March 24. THE DOOBIE BROTHERS WITH SPECIAL GUEST JD & THE STRAIGHT SHOT: April 6. ANNENBERG THEATER Box Office: (760) 325-4490. 101 Museum Drive, Palm Springs. PALM SPRINGS DANCE FEST GALA PERFORMANCE: March 3. THE SANDBLASTER CHORUS BLASTERS DO BROADWAY: March 8. PAULO SZOT - SALUTE TO BROADWAY: March 17. COACHELLA VALLEY SYMPHONY OPERA TO BROADWAY: March 18. COYOTE STAGEWORKS - THE COCKTAIL HOUR: March 23-April 1. PALM SPRINGS GAY MEN’S CHORUS - CRUZIN’ HAIGHT- ASHBURY TO WOODSTOCK: April 7-8. ART DEPOT GALLERY In the Helen Putnam Historical Plaza, in downtown Fontana. Visual arts programs, gallery exhibits and events. 16822 Spring St., (909) 349-6900. BRIDGES AUDITORIUM Pomona College, 450 North College Way, Claremont. administration/bridges-auditorium. SHENYUN WORLD TOUR 2018: March 30-April 1. CAL BAPTIST UNIVERSITY THEATRE At the Wallace Theatre on the Cal Baptist campus in Riverside, www. THE BEAMS ARE CREAKING: March 2-3, 8-10. CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY SAN BERNARDINO DEPARTMENT OF THEATRE ARTS (909) 537-5884. MARY SHELLEY’S FRANKENSTEIN: March 9-18. THEATRE & ARTS EVENT GUIDE Send your events to or go online to CAL STATE UNIVERSITY SAN BERNARDINO ROBERT AND FRANCES FULLERTON MUSEUM OF ART A nationally recognized museum accredited by the American Alliance of Museums. General admission to the museum is free. Suggested donation is $3. Parking at Cal State San Bernardino is $6 per vehicle and $3 on weekends. The museum is open Monday – Wednesday and Saturday 10am-5pm, Thursday noon – 8pm and closed Friday and Sunday. For more information, call (909) 537- 7373 or visit the RAFFMA website at ALL TOO HUMAN - THE ART OF MARK STRICKLAND: On display now through April 19. See article on page 20. CANDLELIGHT PAVILION 455 West Foothill Boulevard, Claremont. (909) 626-1254 ext.1. ANNIE GET YOUR GUN: March 2-April 14. CHINO COMMUNITY THEATRE Performances held at the Seventh Street Community Theater, 13123 7th Street, in Chino. Tickets are available through the box office at (909) 590-1149 or online at MARY POPPINS: March 2-18. CITIZENS BUSINESS BANK ARENA 4000 E. Ontario Center Parkway, Ontario. JEFF DUNHAM: March 3. THE ROADSHOW TOUR: March 4. RICARDO ARJONA: March 10. RANCHEANDO EN LA CUIDAD FT. EL FANTASMA, VOZ DE: April 7. COACHELLA VALLEY REPERTORY THEATRE The CVRep Theatre is located in the Atrium 69-930 Highway 111 in Rancho Mirage. To order tickets or for more information, call (760) 296- 2966 or visit THE GOAT, OR WHO IS SYLVIA?: March 7-April 1. March, 2018 Inland Entertainment Review FALLBROOK ART CENTER Sculpture, painting, printmaking, wildlife, glass, ceramic, and photography fine art shows. 103 S. Main St., Fallbrook. (760) 728-1414. FANTASY SPRINGS RESORT CASINO For tickets and information, call (760) 342-5000, (800) 827-2946 or visit NEIL MORROW: March 1. EDDIE MONEY & STARSHIP FEAT. MICKEY THOMAS: Mar. 2. KLIQUE: March 2-3. KEVIN CHENG & RAIN LI: Mar. 3. GREG & THE GALLOWS: March 8. SIX HOT LIVE: March 9. KENNY G: March 10. SIN BANDERA: Mar. 17. BONNIE RAITT: Mar. 24. RODNEY CARRINGTON: March 30. RESCHEDULED - NELLY: Mar. 31. TERRY FATOR: April 7. FONTANA COMMUNITY SENIOR CENTER ART GALLERY The art gallery is located on the Center’s upper level in the Library and Art Gallery Corridor, 16710 Ceres Ave., in Fontana. (909) 349-6975. FOX PERFORMING ARTS CENTER In Downtown Riverside, 3801 Mission Inn Ave. Tickets are available at the Fox Box Office,,, or charge by phone at (951) 779-9800. For information, visit FRANCO ESCAMAILLA R.P. M USA TOUR: March 2. A RED CARPET EVENING AT THE FOX: March 4. DANCING WITH THE STARS, LIVE! - LIGHT UP THE NIGHT: March 6-7. BEATLES VS. STONES: March 9. ETHAN BORTNICK: March 10. FLANS: March 15. DISNEY JUNIOR DANCE PARTY ON TOUR!: March 16. LAS ARPIAS: March 23. ESPINOZA PAZ: March 24. A CHORUS LINE: March 26-27. TODRICK HALL AMERICAN: March 30. LOS TRES TRISTES TIGRES: March 31.

Theater & Arts THEATRE & ARTS EVENT GUIDE HISTORIC HEMET THEATRE Ticket office Monday through Friday, 11am to 6pm. (951) 658-5950. 216 E. Florida Ave., Hemet. EAST OF BORNEO: March 5. FOG ISLAND: March 6. TURN THE PAGE: March 10, tribute to Bob Seger. EYES OF TEXAS: March 12. SOMETHING TO SING ABOUT: March 13. MOHAWK: March 19. ONE RAINY AFTERNOON: March 20. TRIBUTE TO FLEETWOOD MAC WITH MIRAGE: March 24. THE GUNMAN FROM BODIE: March 26. NABONGA: March 27. LEWIS FAMILY PLAYHOUSE 12505 Cultural Center Dr., Rancho Cucamonga. Tickets available at, (909) 477-2752. BROADWAY AT THE GARDENS PRESENTS IN THE HEIGHTS: March 9 – 18. Fridays (March 9 & 16) and Saturdays (March 10 & 17) – 7:30pm, Sundays (March 11 & 18) – 2pm. General $30 Gold Level. Senior/Youth $28 Gold Level. All Seats $35 Platinum Level. From the composer and lyricist of Hamilton, Lin-Manuel Miranda’s In the Heights tells the universal story of a vibrant community in New York’s Washington Heights neighborhood – a place where the coffee from the corner bodega is light and sweet, the windows are always open, and the breeze carries the rhythm of three generations of music. It’s a community on the brink of change, full of hopes, dreams and pressures, where the biggest struggles can be deciding which traditions you take with you, and which ones you leave behind. See article on page 18. INLAND PACIFIC BALLET’S CINDERELLA: an enchanting and amusing staging of this classic tale! Saturday, March 24, 2pm & 7:30pm. Sunday, March 25, 2pm. General $41. Senior $38. Youth $26. Preferred Seating (Rows AA-J) $49. Inland Pacific Ballet’s Cinderella returns to the stage with a charming cast of characters that includes a fairy tale Cinderella, a pair of hilarious Stepsisters and a radiant Fairy Godmother who sends Cinderella to the ball in a glittering carriage fit for a fairy princess. Adding to the magic is the beautiful music of famous waltz king, Johann Strauss. Imaginatively choreographed, the production boasts magnificent sets and costumes, including a golden carriage and exquisite ball gowns. Inland Pacific Ballet’s Cinderella captures the magic and romance of this classic fairy tale. STUNT DOG EXPERIENCE: Saturday, March 31, 2pm & 7pm. General $18 Gold Level. Senior/ Youth $16 Gold Level. All Seats $20 Platinum Level. One of the most entertaining shows of its kind, Stunt Dog Experience features an exceptional cast of professional performers and talented pound pups delighting audiences of all ages while raising awareness about pet adoption. Featuring more than a dozen dogs that have been rescued from shelters, this high-energy, interactive show features amazing tricks, comedy antics, dancing canines and audience participation. It’s not just a show, it’s an experience! BEAUTY AND THE BEAST: April 6-8. MCCALLUM THEATRE (760) 340-2787. JUDY COLLINS: March 1. DAVINA AND THE VAGABONDS & THE SQUIRREL NUT ZIPPERS: March 2. JACK AT 80 - JACK JONES’ 80TH BIRTHDAY: March 3. THE BEACH BOYS: March 4. BEST OF DOO WOP: March 5. GOBSMACKED!: March 6. THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE: March 7. WEST SIDE STORY - IN CONCERT: March 9-11. MOZART GROUP: March 12. STEVE TYRELL: March 13. MIDTOWN MEN: March 14. THE TEXAS TENORS: March 15. CHRIS BOTTI: March 16. BRIA SKONBERG: March 17. TRIBUTE TO GLENN MILLER & TEX BENEKE FEATURING THE TEX BENEKE ORCHESTRA: March 18. MAESTRO - THE ART OF LEONARD BERNSTEIN: March 20-21. HUMAN NATURE: March 23. THE PIANO GUYS: March 24. MCCALLUM THEATRE CONCERT BAND: March 25. AN INTIMATE EVENING WITH DAVID FOSTER: March 27. CABARET: March 28. KEYBOARD CONVERSATIONS WITH JEFFREY SIEGEL: April 2. STEPPING OUT FOR COLLEGE OF THE DESERT: April 3. MICHAEL FEINSTEIN: April 5-6. Continued on page 24 A TRIBUTE TO THE BEATLES MARCH 17, 2018 (SATURDAY) 2:00P.M. Featuring nearly thirty Beatles top hits, accompanied by VENUE: a live orchestra! Golden Bears Theater Temecula Valley High School • 31555 Rancho Vista Road • Temecula BEATLES TICKETS $ 35 $ 40 $ 50 (OTHER CONCERTS REGULAR PRICES) 951-587-1536 • INLAND PACIFIC BALLET’S CINDERELLA: At the Lewis Family Playhouse, March 24-25. STUNT DOG EXPERIENCE: At the Lewis Family Playhouse, March 31. MEDITERRANEAN ODYSSEY APRIL 14, 2018 (SATURDAY) 2:00P.M. VENUE: Gershwin Performing Arts Center Murrieta Mesa High School • 24801 Monroe Avenue • Murrieta March, 2018 Inland Entertainment Review 23

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