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The 2014 edition of the Redlands Bowl Summer Music Festival features talented local and national acts and also a production of the Broadway smash "Hairspray." In short, it continues the tradition established by Grace Stewart Mullen and has "something for everyone."

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    Continuing a tradition established by Grace Stewart Mullen, new program director Tracy Massimiano has put together a series that everyone is sure to enjoy. It features music and dance plus a Broadway smash Hairspray that combines both.

    summer 2014 volume 6, issue 1


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    ON THE COVER Redlands native and artist Fred George Gowland captured an evening at the Redlands Bowl in a painting that was used to help commemorate the venues Diamond Jubilee in 1998. Gowland died in January at the age of 73.


    Community outreach


    Arts & culture calendar 4Nonprofit calendar 5Editors note 6

    Thanks the a major grant from The James Irvine Foundation, a longtime champion of the arts, the Redlands Community Music Association is launching several new and exciting programs. 16

    Behind the scenes Robert Dawes, Beverly Noerr 8 Sponsors, underwriters 9 Redlands Community Music Association

    staff, board, volunteers 13 Bowl Associates, Hospitality Ensemble 14

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    Now & then A Night in Black and White fundraiser

    preview 15 Music Festival, workshop schedules 18 Moments in the Bowls history 34


    FESTIVAL[sPeCiAl eveNT PrevieW]

    meet the performers San Bernardino Symphony 20 Young Artists Audition Winners 20 U.S. Air Force Band of the Golden West 22 The Kalama Brothers 22 Adonis Puentes and the Voice of Cuba

    Orchestra 23 Six Appeal 24 O Sole Trio 26 Brockus: RED 26 Shakespeare and Friends at the Opera 27 Hairspray 28 California Guitar Trio 28 Redlands Symphony Orchestra 29, 32 Nancy Celeste Walker 30 The Marcus Roberts Trio 30 The Glenn Miller Orchestra 32

  • FREEDOM-UP SPRING FEST THROUGH JUNE 15 Sunday night concer t and worship series. Packinghouse Outdoor Amphitheater, 27165 San Bernardino Ave., Redlands; 6-8 p.m.;

    ART CAMPS THROUGH AUG. 23 Summer classes and workshops include Creative Clay Teapots, June 14 and 21; Twisted Toys, June 28; Hammered Copper Jewelry, July 26; Charming Metal Clay in Copper, Aug. 9; and Enamel on Copper: Colorful Baubles, Aug. 23. Redlands Art Association, 215 E. State St., Redlands; 909-792-8435, www.redlandsar

    THE FRAY JUNE 13 In concer t. Pechanga Resor t & Casino, 45000 Pechanga Parkway, near Temecula; 877-711-2946; Also: Sharon Cuneta, June 14; The One & Ali, June 21; Wynonna, July 12; Boston, July 27; Lynyrd Skynyrd, Aug 10; B.B. King, Aug. 29.

    RICK SPRINGFIELD JUNE 14 In concer t. Primm Valley Casino Resor ts, Interstate 15 at the California/Nevada state line; 8 p.m.; 800-745-3000; www.primmvalleyresor Also: Natalie Cole, June 28; Ar t Laboe Latin Legends, July 19.

    TREASURE ISLAND JUNE 14-JULY 13 Renegade pirates set sail in a musical search for a for tune in hidden treasure. Performance interpreted for the deaf, June 28. LifeHouse Theater, 1135 N. Church St., Redlands; 909-335-3037; Also: Seussical the Musical, July 26-Aug. 31.

    DRAMA CAMPS JUNE 16-AUG. 15 Stars of Tomorrow summer camps, with productions including Madagascar, Repunzels Tangled Hair, Oz, Carlie and the Chocolate Factory, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Aladdin and Just for Teens Grease. 909-335-1082;

    INDEPENDENCE DAY JULY 4 Annual celebration at Sylvan Park with food, games and music by the Redlands 4th-of-July Band. A parade will march around the park at 10:30 a.m. Park activities wrap up by mid-afternoon. At 6 p.m., gates open at the University of Redlands Ted Runner Stadium for the annual 4th of July celebration. Show begins at 7 p.m. with a f lag ceremony, f lyovers by four jets and a C-17, and skydivers landing at the center of the stadium. Music by the Tornadoes star ts at 8 p.m. Pyro Spectaculars by Souza f ireworks show at 9 p.m. Sylvan Park, East Park Avenue at North University Street. Ted Runner Stadium, University of Redlands, East Brockton Avenue at North Grove Street.

    REDLANDS THEATRE FESTIVAL JULY 11-AUG. 23 Now in its four th decade, the RTF will be presenting The Underpants, 9 to 5, Romance Romance, Through Wonderland, Other Deser t Cities and Love, Loss and What I Wore in reper tory under the stars. Prospect Park, Cajon Street at West Highland Avenue, Redlands; 909-792-0562; www.r

    THE GAMES AFOOT SEPT. 4-21 Ken Ludwigs comedy-mystery about a Broadway star who investigates a slaying at his Connecticut castle before the killer strikes again. Its the f irst production of the 2014-15 season. Redlands Footlighters, 1810 Bar ton Road, Redlands; 909-793-2909;

    REDLANDS SYMPHONY OCT. 25 65 Years of Passion, with selections that include Richard Strauss Don Juan and Tchaikovskys Violin Concer to in D major, op. 35. Jon Robertson conducts. Memorial Chapel, University of Redlands, 1200 E. Colton Ave.; 8 p.m.; 909-748-8018;

    HISTORICAL GLASS MUSEUM ONGOING More than 7,000 items dating from the 1800s to today made by American glass-makers and ar tists are available for display. 1157 N. Orange St., Redlands; noon to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, weekday group tours by appointment; 909-798-0868;

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    COLBIE CAILLAT JUNE 19 In concer t. San Manuel Indian Bingo & Casino, 777 San Manuel Blvd., Highland; doors open at 6:30 p.m.; 800-359-2464; Also: Shaquille ONeals All Star Comedy Jam, with Ear thquake, Bill Bellamy, Tony Roberts and Capone, June 12; Voz de Mando, Lorenzo de Monteclaro, June 26.

    KC & THE SUNSHINE BAND AUG. 8 In concer t. Morongo Casino Resor t and Spa, 4955 Seminole Drive, Cabazon; 8 p.m.; 888-667-6646; www.morongocasinoresor Also: Engelber t Humperdinck, Sept. 19.

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    save the date

    nonprofitsJune 9 22nd annual A. Gary Anderson Memorial Golf Classic, which benef its effor ts by the Childrens Fund to help at-risk and abused children. Since its inception, the AGA golf classic has raised more than $5.5 million. Red Hill Country Club, 8358 Red Hill Country Club Drive, Rancho Cucamonga; 909-379-0000;

    June 28 Gala 51, A Night in Black and White, a benef it for the Redlands Bowl presented by the Associates of the Redlands Bowl. Esri Cafe, 380 New York St., Redlands; $95 until June 13, $105 afterwards; 909-239-4816;

    sept. 14 Building A Generation co-ed softball tournament to benef it programs that ensure youth have a stable and healthy childhood. Clement Middle School, 501 E. Pennsylvania Ave., Redlands; $280 a team by July 31, $350 afterwards; 909-793-8822,