Calendar: Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Arts

The Orphan of Zhao

New adaptation by James Fenton Directed by Carey Perloff Featuring BD Wong... In the aftermath of a violent coup, a young orphan discovers the shattering truth of his origins. Often described as the Chinese Hamlet, this riveting tale was the first Chinese play to be translated in the West and has inspired countless operas, plays and movies.
Arts

Ether Dome

When a new treatment promises to eradicate pain, a doctor and his student play out an epic battle between altruism and ambition. Based on the true story of the discovery of ether as an anesthetic in 1846, Ether Dome explores the pain that afflicts humankind, our attempts to find relief and the beginning of healthcare as big business. For more information and to purchase tickets: http://www.lajollaplayhouse.org/ether-dome
Arts

Fresh Paint California: A Plein Air Art Exhibition

The exhibition will showcase some of California’s finest plein air painters. Plein air artists paint outdoors to capture the spontaneity and transience of light as it is reflected on the natural world. The exhibition includes paintings done in outdoor locations, as well as ones painted in studio environments after the artist has created smaller outdoor studies. The public is invited to the artists’ reception on Sunday, June 29, 2-4 p.m
Arts

Jade Heart

JADE HEART tells the story of Jade McCullough, a woman abandoned as an infant in China and adopted to America by a single Caucasian mother. Moving backward and forward in time from Jade’s childhood until her mid-twenties, the play explores themes of identity, race, parent/child interdependency, and coming of age. This West Coast Premiere by playwright Will Cooper will be directed by MOXIE Artistic Director, Delicia Turner Sonnenberg.
Arts

Les Miserables

One of the greatest musicals of all time. By Claude-Michel Shonberg, Alan Boubil and Jean-Marc Natel, directed by Robert Smyth, musical direction by Scott Lacy.
Arts

BOOMERS

The music revue of a generation! Seven multi-talented performers and San Diego's hottest band take you on an unforgettable ride through the biggest hits and hte most memorable events of the Baby Boom Decades! Featuring great music fromteh 60s and 70s!
Arts

Romance Romance

Deliciously witty, this musical confection offers two irresistble love stories.
Arts

MACKENZIE THORPE: A RETROSPECTIVE

An impressive collection by famed Artist and philanthropist Mackenzie Thorpe will be on exhibition and available for acquisition at Legends Gallery Fine Art of La Jolla. The exhibition marks the Artist’s return to La Jolla after many years, and this retrospective is a newly-curated presentation of his extraordinary works. The exhibition premiers on Saturday, July 26 with a Meet the Artist reception from 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm.
Law7:00a

Secrets of the Hacker Undeground

What Directors NEED to Know about Cybercrime.
Technology7:00a

Secrets of the Hacker Undeground

What Directors NEED to Know about Cybercrime.
Real Estate5:30p

CRASD's Padres Night at the Ballpark

Join the Commercial Real Estate Alliance of San Diego (CRASD) and watch the Padres take on the Cardinals on a VIP Patio. Enjoy all you can eat ballpark food, endless soft drinks, great networking, and a night out at Petco Park. Advanced registration is required.
Business6:00p

Going from Designer to Manufacturer

Fashion Group International San Diego (FGI) hosts “Going from Designer to Manufacturer” featuring San Diego based brands: Fables by Barrie, FiveLoaves TwoFish and Rufskin. Event will discuss why some "make it" in fashion and others seem to struggle. Learn how to go from making one piece to hundreds with tips from San Diego based designers.
Entertainment6:30p

Sunset Poolside Jazz Series

Sway and groove to the sounds of Southern California’s finest Jazz talents by the pool of the Westgate Hotel. No performance on July 24. Check online for talents and series schedule.

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