Picks of the Week

By Shane Cohn and Michel Cicero 04/19/2012

OJAI VALLEY TENNIS TOURNAMENT April 24-29. The 112th Ojai Valley Tennis Tournament, the largest amateur tennis tournament in the United States, features competitions in 27 different divisions and includes more than 1,500 junior, high school, collegiate and adult players at more than 30 sites throughout Ventura County, including private courts in Ojai. Libbey Park is the main venue for the tournament. Daily tickets are priced $5-$18. For more information on the tournament, please visit www.ojaitourney.org
EARTHDAY CAMARILLO Saturday, April 21. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Earthday Camarillo will again feature activities for all ages, including environmental, community, and educational booths, art and craft vendors, an expanded food selection, the Camarillo White Horses, belly dancers, and live entertainment. Charles “Wsir” Johnson will be first on stage, Mariachi Gallos de Oro will appear around lunchtime, and The Sloppy Joes take the stage at 2:00 p.m. Children’s activities include bounce houses, craft activities, storytelling, and a costume parade. Camarillo Community Center, located at 1605 E. Burnley Street, Camarillo. More information is available on the website at www.earthdaycamarillo.com. 
PERFECT QUIET PLACE April 20 through May 27. Elite Theater Company presents the world premiere of this thriller written by Tom Eubanks. Sixteen-year old Hannah lives in a California girls’ dormitory. When a night watchman named Marshall begins coming to her room at odd hours to reprimand her and her two fellow students for curfew violations, things begin to disappear from her room and, mysteriously, her ability to play a multitude of musical instruments disappears as well. Marshall and Hannah’s relationship takes them on a journey of self-discovery that exhumes Hannah’s past and turns her reality into a nightmare of delusion and deception – and nothing will awaken the truth like confronting pure evil. Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Petit Playhouse in Heritage Square, 730 S. B St., Oxnard. 483-5118 or www.EliteTheatre.org. 

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