Things to do in Orange County, Oct. 13-19 – Orange County Register

Pacific City is hosting its 2nd Annual Ping Pong Tournament and Challenge. (Getty Images)


“Curve of Departure”: Enjoy a theatrical performance of  “Curve of Departure” at the South Coast Repertory. On the night before Cyrus’s funeral, the family he left years ago gathers in a hotel room –. Linda, his ex-wife, Felix, his grown son and Rudy, Cyrus’s ailing father. All steeling themselves for the burial of a man they may have loved but didn’t like. And then there’s Jackson, Felix’s new boyfriend. In the tight confines of the hotel room, it’s hard to keep secrets – especially when everyone is at a crossroads in his or her life. A warm and surprisingly funny family drama. Various times and dates through Oct. 15. $24-$74. 655 Town Center Drive, Costa Mesa. 714-708-5555 or


“12 Angry Men”: Be part of the courtroom action in this classic drama in which 12 jurors decide the fate of a young man accused of murder. What will the verdict be? Find out in this suspenseful thriller that pits passionate jurors against one another in a bold examination of the American justice system. Various times and dates through Oct. 22. $51-$86. 606 Laguna Canyon Rd., Laguna Beach. 949-497-2787 or

Ping Pong Tournament: Back by popular demand, Pacific City is hosting its 2nd Annual Ping Pong Tournament and Challenge. Activities include pro player challenges, a Robo-Pong machine, open social play tables and free lessons from the pros.The grand prize winner will take home a new $1,500 Cornilleau Professional Ping Pong Table. Great fun for the whole family and the tournament is open to all ages. One hundred percent of the proceeds will benefit the American Cancer Society. Register online. $20. Noon-4 p.m. 21010 Pacific Coast Highway, Huntington Beach. 714-930-2345 or

7th Annual Pumpkin Patch Festival: Enjoy carnival games, face painting, balloon creations, popcorn, ‘Guess the Weight of…

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