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In the Arts

September 20, 2012
  • Scene from last year’s Lagunatics show. Tickets are on sale now for this year’s show.
Scene from last year’s Lagunatics show. Tickets… (Ted Ricklas, Coastline…)

Volunteers needed at Laguna Art Museum

Laguna Art Museum is seeking volunteers to be docents at the museum.

Docents are volunteers who are trained to lead tours of museum exhibitions, according to a press release. After undergoing a nine-month training course, docents meet once a month to enhance their professional development.

Docent-led tours take place at 11 a.m. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. The next docent training course begins Oct. 1.

To apply, contact Laguna Art Museum's Curator of Education Marinta Skupin at mskupin@lagunaartmuseum.org or call (949) 494-8971 ext. 201.

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Lagunatics returning next month

Tickets are on sale for the 20th annual Lagunatics show, presented by No Square Theatre. The show takes place throughout the month of October at the Forum Theater on the Festival of Arts grounds, 650 Laguna Canyon Road. Showtime is 7 p.m. for all dates. A gala will be held at 5 p.m. Oct. 28, before the show. Tickets can be bought at http://www.nosquare.org. For more information, call (949) 715-0333.

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Playhouse hosts women's group event

More than 60 members of the Laguna Playhouse's Playhouse Women group attended an event at the Laguna Nursery Sept. 13, where they encouraged others to join the group, enjoyed wine and art and had a chance to meet author Sonia Marsh of "Freeways to Flip-Flops."

Playhouse Women is co-chaired by Deborah Mayhew and Suzanne Mellor. The group raises money for special projects for the Playhouse and hosts informative presentations and social events, according to a press release.

"Our members come from all walks of life and have a variety of interests — with our common denominator being a passion for the Laguna Playhouse," Mayhew said at the event. "At the ripe old age of 91, the non-profit Playhouse is nationally-recognized for the quality of its productions and its award-winning youth theatre."

"Our current project is to raise money for the restrooms at the Playhouse," Mellor said in a statement. "We've raised over $50,000 so far, with the goal being to raise $100,000 total."

The group will next host an author presentation and book signing Nov. 2 with Sharrie Williams, who wrote "The Maybelline Story."

Those interested in joining Playhouse Women, with annual dues of $125, should contact Leslie Anne Mogul at lamogul@lagunaplayhouse.com or (949) 497-2787ext. 217.

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