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ACT SPRING BREAK CAMP gears up and ENCHANTED EVENING throttles down. It’s the FINAL WEEKEND folks!

That’s right. It’s almost over. This is the FINAL WEEKEND for SOME ENCHANTED EVENING, our Rodgers & Hammerstein extravaganza! A good friend of the theatre informed me that we went from “hearts to clubs.” You know…we opened on Valentine’s Day and we’re closing on the day before St. Patrick’s Day. We’ve gone from “love” to “luck” and now it’s time for this lovely, little show to say goodbye. I will miss it though. I can’t stop singing Rodgers & Hammerstein songs!

If you haven’t seen this delightful musical revue yet, this is your last chance. CLICK HERE for your tickets before they’re all gone. You know how it is on closing weekend….it’s going to be absolutely PACKED!

Looking for something fun for your kids during the upcoming spring break? Look no further!
March 24-28 ~ 9 am-12 pm
Designed for ages 8-13 | Taught by Katie Mack
It’s an entire week of theatre games, improvisation, music and character work for young performers! Students will explore a play, and their imaginations, to create characters and understand the basics of acting. Your kids will have fun while being active, creative and making new friends!
Tuition: $150
Scholarships are available.
From the author of DOUBT, MOONSTRUCK and 
by John Patrick Shanley
Directed by Lisa Woske
Don’t miss our next Ubu’s Other Shoe Staged Reading on March 21-22 at 7 pm. It’s “a salty comedy about men and their befuddlements and a shrink who may just be the personification of evil.”
Featuring: Jonathon Shadrach, Gregg Wolff, Maggie Coons, Deborah Bertling and John Geever
Attention Ubu’s Other Shoe Season Pass Holders:
Our last Ubu show was a complete sell-out, so please call the box office at (805) 786-2440 to exchange your pass for a ticket to ensure your seats!
Happy Birthday, Edward Albee. Age 86.
Director Jill Turnbow has just cast the next Ubu’s Other Shoe staged reading of A Delicate Balance by Edward Albee. Winner of the Pulitzer Prize in 1967. More news on our cast soon. But for now, enjoy this clip from the 1973 film featuring Katherine Hepburn, Paul Scofield, Lee Remick, Joseph Cotten, Kate Reid and Betsy Blair. Wow.  
Have an amazing weekend.