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The Crowd: Now's the time for Angelitos Card

October 13, 2010|By B.W. Cook

Western Beef and Seafood Co. catered the Fleming barbecue, which featured grilled jumbo black tiger shrimp, beef brisket, sweet barbecued chicken breast and all the sides imaginable to complete the ultimate Texas BBQ feast.

Hostess Kathy Fleming is set to chair the major Guilds Fashion Show planned for March 2011, one of the most important fashion fundraisers of the season benefiting the OCPAC.


"Peter Pan" opened this month in a spectacular tent erected on the property adjacent to the Orange County Performing Arts Center. The production runs through Dec. 5 following its London and San Francisco engagements.


This is not Mary Martin's "Peter Pan." However, what it may lack in sweet innocence it makes up for in the sheer physicality of its players performing the tale in a technological setting that is indeed spellbinding.

This production must be seen and experienced. It may not be warm and fuzzy, but it is daring and innovative and a theatrical achievement.

Orange County should embrace the Center for bringing this show to town with special kudos to Judy Morr, Center programming executive vice president, for her artistic vision.

On opening night, Oct. 3, cast and crew mingled with local VIP guests after the show. They dined on a superb late-night supper prepared and served by Patina Catering as Tinker Bell and Pan. This is a very young, very hard-working and talented British troupe of players anxious to make a splash in this community hopefully in advance of an extended national tour.

Tickets to the show range from $30 to $75 with both premiere and child pricing also available. Go to, or call (714) 556-2787 for more information.

THE CROWD runs Thursdays and Saturdays. B.W. Cook is editor of the Bay Window, the official publication of the Balboa Bay Club in Newport Beach.

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