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On the Scene: Bathiya & Santhush, Swan Lake, School House Rock, and Bill Engvall

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Sri Lanka Pop Stars coming to South Bay

On Oct. 11, Bathiya & Santhush, a pop music duo from Sri Lanka, are performing at the Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center. Supported by Sri Lankan Youth Organization, whose goal is to help positively impact the lives of Sri Lankan youth living outside of Sri Lanka. Tickets start at $45, and are available at www.slyo.org

LA Ballet’s Swan Lake Returns

Los Angeles Ballet’s acclaimed production of Swan Lake returns on Oct. 4 to perform at Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center. Choreographed by Artistic Directors Neary and Christensen, it tells the abiding tale of a Swan Queen, a Prince, an evil spell, and an eternal love. Tickets start at $35.80 and are available at tickets.losangelesballet.org

School House Rock Live

On Oct. 5, The Emmy-winning children’s program “School House Rock” returns as a concert to educate a new audience and appease the nostalgia of former fans. Updated versions of songs such as “Conjunction Junction,” and “Three is a Magic Number.” Tickets start at $10, and the show will be performed at the James R. Armstrong Theatre. Tickets are available at www.TorranceArts.org

Comedian Bill Engvall performs

Comedian Bill Engvall, member of the “Blue Collar Comedy Group,” performs at the James R. Armstrong theatre on Oct. 3. He is among the busiest of comedians touring currently, and he connects to his audiences by sharing his everyday experiences in a comedic fashion. Tickets range from $35 to $105, and are available at www.TorranceArts.org

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