Things to do in Orange County, Sept. 29-Oct. 6 – Orange County Register

Friday, Sept. 29

‘Once’: It’s closing weekend for the musical play by Enda Walsh at the South Coast Repertory. The story revolves around a Dublin street musician about to abandon his dream when a beautiful woman takes a sudden interest in his haunting love songs. As the chemistry between them grows, his music soars to new heights, and their connection becomes more than an everyday romance. $79. Various times and dates through Saturday, Sept. 30. 655 Town Center Dr., Costa Mesa. 714-708-5555 or scr.org

Anime Weekend: Bring the whole family out to The Source for Outdoor Anime Weekend with the Japan Foundation, Los Angeles. Every day will feature a different entertaining anime movie by Mamoru Hosoda with free admission. Movies will be shown in Japanese with English subtitles and popcorn will also be provided by CGV Cinemas. Supply is limited. Free. Friday, Sept.29- Sunday, Oct.1. 6940 Beach Boulevard, Buena Park. 714-521-8858 or thesourceoc.com

The Breitling Huntington Beach Airshow will be headlined by the Navy Blue Angels and Royal Canadian Snowbirds as well as warbirds and other performers. (Photo by Yi H. Doo)

Breitling Huntington Beach Airshow: This event will be headlined by the Navy Blue Angels and Royal Canadian Snowbirds as well as warbirds and other performers. Enjoy pristine views from Pacific City or at a host of restaurants with “front row” views including Bluegold, Lemonade, Simmzy’s Old Crow, and the American Dream. Free. Friday, Sept. 29-Sunday, Oct .1. 21601 Pacific Coast Hwy., Huntington Beach. hbairshow.com

Autumn Nights Presents ‘Dracula’ in Buena Park: The City of Buena Park Community Services presents “Dracula.” For Autumn Nights, director Alan Palmer will recreate the lush, mysterious, gothic feel of the source material with a steampunk twist. See the classic story of the undead Count Dracula, his unsuspecting solicitor Jonathan Harker, the objects of his obsession Mina and Lucy, along with his nemesis Dr. Van Helsing….

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