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Friday, October 15, 2010

The Cocktail Hour! The Show I Directed This Fall!

The Cocktail Hour; written by A.R. Gurney
Sept. 18th- Oct.31st
The time is the early 1970’s, the ritual is the cocktail hour and the prodigal son has returned home to get his family’s approval about a play that he has written about them. Since it does not necessarily paint his proper family (and specifically his father) in a favorable light, they are cautious. As the martinis flow and the night drags on so do the recriminations and revelations both funny and poignant. Gurney, who penned Sylvia, has once again proven that the strength of love and family conquers all and we mustn’t take ourselves too seriously.

Dinner and the theatre are Friday and Saturday evenings beginning at 7:00pm for dinner and 8:00pm for the show. Sunday afternoon matinees are 1:00pm for lunch and 2:00pm for the show. They serve a scrumptious tri tip barbeque for both dinner and lunch that includes; tri tip or chicken, chili beans, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans with red roasted tomatoes, green salad with choice of dressing and dessert. The guest lodge offers a full bar for drink purchases. Lemonade, tea and coffee are served with the meal.

General admission tickets are $45.00 per person for dinner and the theater. Senior rates of $37.00 are available for Friday evenings and Sunday afternoons. Season tickets and group rates are available.
Contact the box office at 805-967-1962 for ticket information or visit the website; www.circlebarbtheatre.com


We got some great reviews! Check out our facebook page for the show!
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SOME COOL STUFF THAT'S ON MY RADAR LATELY

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- Jim

The Alzheimer's Association Annual Memory Walk is coming up on Saturday, October 16th at The SB Zoo! It begins at 10am-12:30pm SB Zoo. Sign up today 892-4259 or log on to www.alz.org/cacentralcoast


Ensemble Theatre Company of Santa Barbara kicks off their 2010-11 season with the West Coast premiere of Alan Brody’s touching and surprising new play, The Housewives of Mannheim. A memory play set in Brooklyn during the Second World War, Housewives had its world premiere last spring at the New Jersey Repertory Company, followed by a critically acclaimed New York off-Broadway run. A new production is playing now at the Alhecama Theatre through October 31. For tickets call 965-5400 of visit www.ensembletheatre.com


The Westmont Theater Arts Department begins their fall season performing “The Servant of Two Masters,” a commedia dell’arte masterpiece. Oct. 22-23, 28 and 30 at 8 p.m. and Oct. 30 at 2 p.m. Tickets, $5 for students and $10 for adults, can be purchased by calling 565-7140. A street festival begins a half hour before the show on the patio outside the theater. Director Mitchell Thomas says ““This play has it all: sword fighting, masks, mistaken identities, romance, onstage live musicians, song, dance, passion, and disaster all rolled into a delightful farce.”  For more visit  www.westmont.edu


Lobero Live presents It's Magic! Saturday, October 23 at 2:00 and 7:30 pm. 
Back by popular demand, this all-star revue features the best magical acts—from jaw-dropping sleight of hand and off-beat (often wacky) comedic magic to mind-boggling full-stage illusions. Produced by Milt Larsen from The Magic Castle in Hollywood It’s Magic will delight audiences of all ages. Visitwww.Lobero.com for more info, or call 963-0761 or 1-888-4LOBERO for tickets.


 “GLEE at The Luke.” A benefit event for the Marjorie Luke Theatre will take place Saturday, November 6 at the Marjorie Luke Theatre on the SBJHS campus. The event will feature the show’s Executive Producers, surprise GLEE cast members, and will be moderated by Santa Barbara resident Brad Hall formerly of SNL. The fun filled evening begins at 7:00 p..m. reserved tickets are available at the Lobero Theatre Box Office, or call 963-0761.  For more information about “GLEE at The Luke” visit www.luketheatre.org


On Saturday, October 16 and Sunday, October 17, the Santa Barbara Symphony presents Beethoven’s majestic Symphony No. 9, a masterpiece of the classical repertoire, and the first symphonic work to incorporate voices. This concert will use over 150 voices from the Santa Barbara Choral Society, Westmont College Choir and Santa Barbara Quire of Voyces The opening weekend will mark the beginning of the fifth season in the tenure of Music and Artistic Director, Nir Kabaretti, who will conduct six of the seven concerts of the Symphony’s subscription season.


For the first time ever, our sister station KDB 93.7 FM will broadcast the Saturday concert, starting at 7:50 p.m., with the concert beginning at 8 p.m.  Tim Owens, Vice-President and General Mangaer, KDB and musician/scholar Ramon Araiza, who gives the Symphony’s popular “Music Behind the Music” pre-concert lectures, will host the live broadcast.

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