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Bravo, Park Avenue Players!

Editor, They have done it again! The Park Avenue Players of Laguna Beach High School have once again brought to the stage two stellar productions. Under the tutelage and direction of Mark Dressler, the play “Arsenic and Old Lace” and a musical “Little Women” opened this past...

LBHS Offers Top-Notch Theater

Editor, Mark Dressler is a Laguna treasure. If he were a football coach, more people might know his name, and more people would come to see his teams play, than come to the Artist’s Theatre to see his teams of high school students put on their magnificent theatrical performances....

‘Little Women’ Hits All the Right Notes

By Robin Pierson, Special to the Independent There is nothing little about the actors playing in the musical adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s Civil War era novel, “Little Women” now on stage at Laguna Beach High School’s Artists’ Theater. With a deep reservoir of vocal talent,...

Young Actors Grow in ‘Little Women’

Mr. Laurence, a crotchety old geezer in the musical adaptation of “Little Women,” calls them “those awful March girls.” Like everyone else, he, too, falls in love with the four sisters at the core of the story, especially piano-playing Beth. “Little Women” and the mystery pl...

Young Actors Grow Up in ‘Little Women’

Mr. Laurence, a crotchety old geezer in the musical adaptation of “Little Women,” calls them “those awful March girls.” Like everyone else, he, too, falls in love with the four sisters at the core of the story, especially piano-playing Beth. “Little Women” and the mystery pl...