Torrance Cultural Arts Foundation announces 2021-22 season – Daily Breeze

The Torrance Cultural Arts Foundation has announced its performance schedule for the 2021-22 season – with tickets going on sale at 1 p.m. on August 20.

The season, from October 17 to May 14, will feature various musical acts, artistic performances, a stunt dog and much more during its 15 shows.

  • David Benoit will conduct the Pacific Vision Youth Symphony on Saturday May 7 at the Torrance Cultural Arts Center. (Photo courtesy of TOCA)

  • The Stunt Dog Experience takes place on Sunday, November 7 at the Torrance Cultural Arts Center. (Photo courtesy of TOCA)

  • Django Festival All-Stars will perform on Sunday, November 21 at the Torrance Cultural Arts Center. (Photo courtesy of TOCA)

  • Sam Wills performs as Tape Face on Sunday October 17 at the Torrance Cultural Arts Center. (Photo courtesy of TOCA)

Live performances at the Torrance Cultural Arts Center are expected to run at full capacity, although the organization has said it will follow all protocols established by the city, Los Angeles County and California to ensure security.

The season kicks off with America’s Got Talent finalist Sam Wills playing viral sensation Tape Face, a mime character who uses simple, clever, and charming humor to access the audience’s inner child.

On November 21, the Django Festival All-Stars will perform songs by the band’s namesake, Django Reinhardt, one of rock’n’roll’s biggest influencers. The group of musicians have been developing their number for over 20 years.

On January 8, the theater will host “South Bay’s Got Talent,” featuring the best of the Los Angeles County area. Look for other announcements on how to participate.

The season will culminate with “Yesterday and Today: The Beatles Interactive Experience” on May 14th. Critics have called it one of the most innovative shows in the country. He uses the work of the Beatles, but leaves behind the wrong wigs and false accents, instead playing songs at the request of the audience.

Torrance Cultural Arts Foundation 2021 Season

October 17: Band face.

November 6: Brian Owens and Soul.

November 7: Acrobatic dog experiment.

21 November : The stars of the Django festival.

December 11: The art and study of the Taiko recital.

December 12: Art and study of the Taiko concert.

January 8: South Bay has talent.

January 29: Dala, Canadian folk duo Amanda Walther and Sheila Carabine.

12 February : Paul Williams songbook.

February 19: December 63, the music of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons.

February 26: Dance with the stars of South Bay.

March 13: The incredible Bubbleman.

April 2: Late catechism.

April 22: ABBAFab, a tribute group to ABBA.

May 7: Pacific Vision Youth Symphony.

May 14: Then and Now: The Beatles Interactive Experience

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