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purpose. A dazzling group of traveling performers takes him on a journey to experience the multiple facets of life in his search for meaning. northcoastrep.org Beetlejuice August 15-20 San Diego Civic eatre Based on Tim Burton's beloved 1988 film, this hilarious musical tells the story of Lydia Deetz, a strange and unusual teenager whose whole life changes when she meets a recently deceased couple and a demon with a thing for stripes. A dynamic cast, vivid set, and wildly energetic score bring this lesson about love and family to (after)life in this final mariachis. Visitors will also have the opportunity to watch live demonstrations by artists skilled in traditional crafts such as woodcarving, painting, and weaving. bazaardelmundo.com Flicks on the Bricks August 10, 17, 24 & 31 Athenaeum Returning for a 17th year, Flicks on the Bricks returns to the outdoor patio at La Jolla's Athenaeum Music & Arts Library this year with a celebration of the 100th anniversary of the founding of Warner Bros. Hosted by KPBS film critic, arts reporter, and host of the Cinema Junkie podcast Beth Accomando, this series for guests ages 21+ will feature e Adventures of Robin Hood (1938), To Have and Have Not (1944), Rebel Without a Cause (1955), and What's Up, Doc? (1972). Individual film and series tickets are available. All showings begin at 7:30pm and include complimentary popcorn, with beverages available for purchase. ljathenaeum.org/flicks Pippin rough August 20 North Coast Repertory eatre In an entertaining musical escapade to conclude e Rep's 41st season, the Tony Award-winning Pippin takes the audience on an exploration of good and evil, reality and fantasy. Pippin, the first son of King Charlemagne, yearns to find passion, adventure, excitement, and A Weekend with Pablo Picasso August 4-September 3 New Village Arts Herbert Siguenza returns to the NVA stage in a tour-de-force performance as Pablo Picasso. It's 1957 and Picasso is taking a bath in his mansion/studio in the South of France when he gets a call from his art dealer in Paris with a lucrative commission to paint six canvases and three vases and wants them completed by the end of the weekend! After agreeing reluctantly to the hurried request, he also realizes the audience is there to make sure he finishes the job. newvillagearts.org Latin American Festival & Mata Ortiz Pottery Market August 4-6 | Bazaar del Mundo A celebration of Latin American art and culture, this festival invites the public to meet artisans from throughout the region as they showcase an extraordinary collection of authentic folk art. Bazaar del Mundo will transform into a vibrant marketplace featuring an array of traditional embroidered clothing, exquisite handwoven textiles, captivating collectibles, stunning jewelry, and meticulously crafted ceramic and clay pottery. e event will feature live performances by Tinku, a Latin American folk band, as well as captivating folkloric dancers and strolling LATIN AMERICAN FESTIVAL & MATA ORTIZ POTTERY MARKET: COURTESY OF BAZAAR DEL MUNDO BEETLEJUICE: PHOTO BY MATTHEW MURPHY Culture Beetlejuice, August 15-20 ranchandcoast.com 42 AUGUST 2023 RANCH & COAST MAGAZINE

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