Things to do in Orange County this week (May 5-11) – Orange County Register

The Association of Volleyball Professionals Pro Beach Volleyball Tour runs through Sunday at Huntington Beach Pier.


Association of Volleyball Professionals Pro Beach Volleyball Tour: The nation’s premier beach volleyball tour will officially kick off the 2017 season featuring top names in the sport including AVP stars and Olympians. Fans can enjoy an interactive beach festival experience that includes free falling into the AVP Jump Zone, partaking in top local food options and AVP’s wine & beer garden. Through Sunday next to the Huntington Beach Pier. Free. Main Street and Pacific Coast Highway. Limited number of VIP premium seating tickets are available:

“Be Still, My Soul” with Millennial Choirs and Orchestras: Join in celebrating the 10th anniversary of MCO, featuring both new compositions and the most beloved MCO songs from the last decade. MCO is a performing force of over 3,000 participants, and growing. 5 & 8 p.m. at Segerstrom Center for the Arts, Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall. Tickets start at $18. 600 Town Center Drive, Costa Mesa. 714-556-2787 or

“The Monster Builder”: In this play, written by Amy Freed and directed by Art Manke, Rita and Dieter are thrilled to meet Gregor, the world’s most celebrated architect. His buildings rise from the earth like twisted post-post-modern megaliths. So why has he taken on the remodel of a decaying boathouse, a project that was supposed to go to Rita and Dieter? They’re ready for a confrontation, but nothing prepares them for the heart-stopping truth about their idol. Previews May 5-11; regular performances May 12-June 4 at South Coast Repertory, Segerstrom Stage. $79. 655 Town Center Drive, Costa Mesa. 714-708-5555 or


Hanaeleh Family Run/Walk for Horses: Walk or run to help support Hanaeleh, a non-profit Horse Rescue in Trabuco Canyon. Hanaeleh is a 100 percent volunteer run organization that has helped to rescue and…

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