Bretsch to star in USC production

Cory Bretsch, a 2004 graduate of Fallbrook High School, will be starring in the role of Billy Crocker in the USC School of Theater’s main stage production of “Anything Goes.” Bretsch is a freshman at the University of Southern California, where he is an aerospace engineering major. He recently was added to the Dean’s List […]

‘Bye Bye Birdie’ a funny musical

The musical “Bye Bye Birdie” opened last weekend at Fallbrook’s Mission Theatre. This funny, musical show is directed and choreographed by Rose and Steven Schroeder, a husband and wife team. Karen Fabela is producer. Live music includes Becky Brooks on piano, Caley Rigga on drums, and Church Kahla on bass. A large cast of 52 […]

Angel Joy Blue joins Redlands Orchestra in concert

FALLBROOK — In its fourth concert of the season, the Fallbrook Music Society presents Redlands Symphony Orchestra and soprano soloist Angel Joy Blue, under the baton of Maestro Jon Robertson. The program will include the overture to the opera “Nabucco,” several arias from Mozart and Verdi operas, and Mendelssohn’s Fourth Symphony, the “Italian.” 21-year-old guest […]

LWCF hosts bluegrass gospel

FALLBROOK — Living Waters Christian Fellowship, 2000 Reche Road, has announced the appearance of husband and wife team “Rick and Bebe,” bluegrass musicians and singers, on Sunday, March 6, at 10:45 a.m. The duo appears weekly throughout the winter in USA and Canadian churches before returning to Bogota, Colombia, where they entertain thousands annually at […]

‘St. Patrick’s in a Dublin Pub’ March 5

The Sons of Anacreon are coming back to town, starting their St. Patrick’s Day celebration here in Fallbrook at Cask ’n Cleaver on March 5 with “St. Patrick’s in a Dublin Pub.” Their last show here was such a hit, they will be doing two shows this time around. “The Family Show” — doors open […]

Andersons to give concert Mar. 9

Dave and Barb Anderson are coming in concert to Christ The King Lutheran Church, 1620 S. Stage Coach Lane, Fallbrook, on Wednesday, March 9, at 7:00 p.m. Throughout 24 years of ministry, the Andersons have touched audiences around the world with sincerity and warmth. In 1993, God miraculously rescued them from a plane crash into […]

‘Mystery of the Nile’ nice follow-up to Lewis and Clark

When “Mystery of the Nile” opened at the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center on February 18, the film started out at a disadvantage. In 2002 the Fleet Science Center had premiered “Lewis & Clark: Great Journey West,” and the Lewis and Clark bicentennial celebration (the Corps of Discovery left St. Louis in May 2004) is […]

New exhibit to be unveiled

On Sunday, Feb. 27, at 2 p.m. in celebration of a significant contribution to Fallbrook’s past, the Fallbrook Historical Society invites all members and friends of the museums to attend the dedication ceremonies for an outstanding newly expanded exhibit. The collection is a tribute to the late Gino Somacal, who hand-crafted (during a 33-year span) […]