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HHT ANNOUNCES NEW SERIES OF ONLINE CONCERTS

While the Historic Hemet Theatre waits for officials to permit the venue to reopen, HHT has announced a series of online concerts, featuring recordings of their live shows from the past few years.

Idyllwild International Film Festival 2020 Gears Up For 11th Season With...

The Idyllwild International Festival of Cinema (IIFC), which runs March 9-15, will open its 2020 schedule with the stunning feature drama

HHT CELEBRATES BLACK HISTORY MONTH WITH LEGENDS PAST & FUTURE

To celebrate Black History Month, on Saturday, February 22nd, the Historic Hemet Theatre hosted a tribute to one of music’s greatest icons

JEROME ROBINSON BRINGS A “TOUCH OF VEGAS” TO HHT

On Saturday February 15, Jerome Robinson and five of his very talented friends brought a "Touch of Vegas" to the Historic Hemet Theatre.

Wednesday Night Dances at Hemet West

SAINT PATRICK, the patron saint of Ireland, became part of Irish heritage, through his service across Ireland in the 5th century

Fifth Annual Black History Month Wine Art and Jazz Night

Marshall Hawkins and Seahawk MoJO return for our Fifth Annual Black History Month Wine Art and Jazz Night, Friday February 28th 2020, at the Diamond Valley Arts Center located at 123 N. Harvard St

HILLSIDE PLAYHOUSE SCORES A HOME RUN WITH A TUNA CHRISTMAS

There is nothing fishy about A Tuna Christmas, a comedy written by Joe Sears & Jaston Williams, currently being presented at the Ramona

Ramona Bowl Announces 2020 Cast

In a ceremony which has become one of the most highly-anticipated events of the season, the board of the Ramona Bowl announced Friday night

“Come Blow Your Horn” needs faces

What does it mean to “grow up?” When does it happen? And, does everyone have the same experience? Neil Simon’s semi-autobiographical play

“Miracle on South Division Street” opens at C.A.S.T. Players in Beaumont

Norma Ferrales as Clara, Melanie Johnson as Ruth, Jared Doegey as Jimmy, and Alysia Albeck as Beverly. Stage Manager-Sharon Barger, Bob Fisk-Sound and Light, Susan O’Connell-Director