( Workshop )
Introductory Workshop on Antique Clock Collecting, Maintenance & Repair
The National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors Chapter 190 Ventura & Santa Barbara County will be presenting a 2 day introductory workshop on antique clock collecting, maintenance and repair o ... -- $100
Venue: Odd Fellows Lodge, 868 East Main Street, Santa Paula
  (805) 988-1764

( Musical / Revue )
Lend Me A Tenor - The Musical
The riotous tale of mistake identities and unexpected romance explodes in this brand new musical comedy based on the Tony Award nominated play. It’s 1934 and Opera virtuoso Tito Merelli is about to revive one of his great triumphs for the 10-year anniversary of the Cleveland Grand Opera Company. When Tito becomes unexpectedly incapacitated, a suitable replacement must be found. Who is cavalier enough to replace him? Max, the Opera Director’s sheepish assistant, is charged with the daunting task of finding a suitable replacement. With the help of a menacing soprano, a tenor-struck ingenue, a jealous wife, and the Cleveland Police Department, mayhem, lunacy and shear panic ensue, but in the end the show must always go on.
Presented by: PCPA Conservatory Theatre     Venue: Marian Theatre, Allan Hancock College Campus, Santa Maria
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  (805) 922-8313
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( Theatre )
Baby Doll
ETC presents the seductive black comedy Baby Doll, by Tennessee Williams, based on the 1956 Golden Globe and BAFTA Award-winning film of the same name. Set in the Mississippi Delta, two rival cotton gin owners, Archie and Silva, are locked in a vicious professional competition. After he suspects Archie of burning down his cotton gin, Silva seeks his vengeance by hatching a plot to seduce Archie’s 19 year-old bride, Baby Doll. Wary of reaching adulthood and being obliged to consummate her marriage to Archie, Baby Doll clings to her childhood with naïve innocence, sleeping in a crib, wearing children’s nightgowns, and even sucking her thumb. -- $20 - $55
Presented by: Ensemble Theatre Company (ETC)     Venue: The New Vic Theatre, 33 West Victoria Street, Santa Barbara
  Website
  (805) 965-5400

( Story Reading )
Voices of Tomorrow
Stories from some of today’s best young and emerging authors. (all stories and readers subject to change.) John Brindle reading The Paper Menagerie by Ken Liu Pamela Dillman Haskell reading Landline by Chris Winn Paisley Forster-Saunders reading Potato and the Wax by Chelsea Sutton Ann Guynn reading Don't Worry Baby by Benjamin Hale -- $18 - $28
Presented by: Center Stage Theater (in Paseo Nuevo Mall)     Venue: Center Stage Theater (in Paseo Nuevo Mall), 751 State Street , Santa Barbara
  Website
  (805) 963-8198
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( Lecture )
Curator’s Choice Lecture: Katherine Roeder
Moving Images and Wordless Books: Mapping David Wiesner’s Network of Influences. Drawing upon everything from epic westerns and 1950’s sci-fi, to the precise compositions of Kubrick and Hitchcock, David Wiesner’s books commingle the visual language of cinema with the narrative dynamism of wordless novelists like Frans Masereel and comic book artists such as Jim Steranko and Jack Kirby. This lecture situates the art of David Wiesner within the larger context of sequential narratives, examining the impact of film, comic books and graphic illustration on his work. -- $0 - $10
Presented by: Santa Barbara Museum of Art     Venue: Santa Barbara Museum of Art, 1130 State Street, Santa Barbara
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  (805) 963-4364
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( Theatre )
The Theatre Group at SBCC presents RABBIT HOLE by David Lindsay-Abaire
Becca and Howie Corbett have everything a family could want, until a life-shattering accident turns their world upside down and leaves the couple drifting perilously apart. RABBIT HOLE charts their bittersweet search for comfort in the darkest of places and for a path that will lead them back into the light of day. Winner of the 2007 Pulitzer Prize. -- $10 - $26
Presented by: The Theatre Group at SBCC     Venue: SBCC - Jurkowitz Theatre, 900 block of Cliff Dr., Santa Barbara
  Website
  (805) 965-5935
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( Theatre )
SISTER ACT
Cabrillo Music Theatre presents the regional and Civic Arts Plaza debut of SISTER ACT! SISTER ACT is the feel-amazing musical comedy smash based on the hit 1992 film that has audiences jumping to thei ... -- $35 - $79
Venue: Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, 2100 Thousand Oaks Blvd., Thousand Oaks
  (805) 497-8613
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( Musical / Revue )
Big Fish
Big Fish is a heartfelt, powerful, and truly magical musical about fathers, sons, and the stories that we use to define our identities. Big Fish centers on the story of Edward Bloom who has lived a full and fantastical life, populated by witches, giants, and mermaids, marked by true love that stops time in its tracks, and framed by heroics that push the limits of believability. His adult son, Will, is no longer amused by his father's fantastical tales, insisting on a rational rather than a fantastical account of one's life. -- $18 - $25
Presented by: Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center     Venue: Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center, 3050 Los Angeles Avenue, Simi Valley
  Website
  (805) 583-7900

( Presentation )
Discover Hidden Life in the Morro Bay Estuary
Learn about some of our planet's most fascinating, seldom seen life-forms. A video-microscope will be used to look at the life that exists in a single drop of water.
Venue: Morro Bay Natural History Musem, State Park Road, Morro Bay
  (805) 772-3834

( Theatre )
DOGFIGHT THE MUSICAL
"Dogfight," the acclaimed musical with music and lyrics by Benj Pasek and Justin Paul (La La Land) and book by Peter Duchan, will begin performances on Friday March 31 at the Camarillo Skywa ... -- $15 - $20
Venue: Camarillo Skyway Playhouse, 330 Skyway Drive, Camarillo
  (805) 388-5716

( Theatre )
Outside Mullingar
Sometimes what we are looking for is right in front of us. We just need to open our hearts to be able to see it. With a touch of blarney and a wealth of heart, the Oscar, Pulitzer, and Tony Award-winning author of Moonstruck and Doubt conjures up a wry and wondrous romantic comedy with a dark Irish twist. Family farms, feuds and fences have separated neighbors Rosemary and Anthony since childhood. But as the heather blooms in the Irish countryside, unexpected charms are unearthed. Full of surprising humor and poetic prose, John Patrick Shanley’s tender-hearted OUTSIDE MULLINGER reminds us that love, early or late, always arrives on time. -- $18 - $20
Presented by: Santa Paula Theater Center     Venue: Santa Paula Theater Center, 125 South Seventh Street, Santa Paula
  Website
  (805) 525-4645

( Music - Classical )
Trombonist Dylan Aguilera in recital
Trombonist Dylan Aguilera will present a senior recital on Sunday, April 23, 2017 at 3 p.m. in Karl Geiringer Hall. The program will include works by Gordon Jacob, Stjepan Sulek, Georg Philipp Teleman ... -- $0 - $0
Venue: UCSB Karl Geiringer Hall, UC Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara
  (805) 893-3230

( Presentation )
Shark Sundays
Shark Sundays Sundays at 3:30 PM Watch us feed sharks and rays. Observe shark feeding behaviors, and if you're lucky, help us throw in a few pieces too! Included with admission to the Sea Center.
Presented by: Sea Center     Venue: Sea Center, 211 Stearns Wharf, Santa Barbara
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  (805) 962-2526
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( Dance (Performance) )
Che Malambo
Che Malambo ... Celebrate the thrilling South American cowboy traditions of the gaucho with Argentina’s Che Malambo, a powerhouse company of 14 performers. Malambo began in 17th century Argentina as a dueling display of agility, strength, dexterity and zapateo – the fast paced footwork inspired by the rhythm of galloping horses. With precision dancing, rhythmic stomping, pounding drums and whirling boleadoras (stones attached to lassoes), the fiery malambo traditions of yesterday are transformed for the contemporary stage in this percussive dance and music spectacle. -- $15 - $40
Presented by: UCSB Arts & Lectures     Venue: UCSB Campbell Hall, UCSB Campus , Santa Barbara
  Website
  (805) 893-3535

( Musical / Revue )
The Diary of Anne Frank
As Jews in German-occupied Holland, the Franks are fighting for their lives. When young Anne's sister, Margot, is called to appear before the authorities, the Franks must go into hiding. Produced by Lit Live and directed by Seth Kamenow, this well-known story - told through the beautifully innocent eyes of Anne - is educational, timely and heartbreaking. -- $10 - $25
Presented by: Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center     Venue: Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center, 3050 Los Angeles Avenue, Simi Valley
  Website
  (805) 583-7900

( Theatre )
"The Furniture" a new comedy for grown-ups in Thousand Oaks
A new comedy for grown-ups about sex, lies, upholstery and the ways we hurt the ones we love. Old rivalries come to the fore and secrets are revealed when three sisters gather to divvy up the family f ... -- $30 - $30
Venue: Hillcrest Center for the Arts, 403 W. Hillcrest Drive, Thousand Oaks
  (805) 381-1246

( Lecture )
TALK: Like Frogs Around a Pond: Maritime Religion in Ancient Greek Culture
The ancient Greeks were never politically unified before the rise of Rome, yet they succeeded in developing and maintaining a common culture all around the Mediterranean coasts ‘like frogs around a po ...
Venue: UCSB Interdisciplinary Humanities Center, UCSB Humanities & Social Sciences Building, Room 4041, Santa Barbara
  (805) 893-8538

( Discussion )
Archetypes Revealed: Part 2 from Create & Savor Intro Workshop
Archetypes revealed. Find out how to the world sees you and how to make a brand irresistible. ***You MUST take the Fascination assessment Prior to this meet up***
Venue: Impact Hub, 1117 State St, Santa Barbara
  (805) 284-0078

( Story Reading )
Voices of Tomorrow
Stories from some of today’s best young and emerging authors. (all stories and readers subject to change.) John Brindle reading The Paper Menagerie by Ken Liu Pamela Dillman Haskell reading Landline by Chris Winn Paisley Forster-Saunders reading Potato and the Wax by Chelsea Sutton Ann Guynn reading Don't Worry Baby by Benjamin Hale -- $18 - $28
Presented by: Center Stage Theater (in Paseo Nuevo Mall)     Venue: Center Stage Theater (in Paseo Nuevo Mall), 751 State Street , Santa Barbara
  Website
  (805) 963-8198
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( Presentation )
Into the Beautiful North
Luis Alberto Urrea ... Hailed by NPR as a “literary badass” and a “master storyteller with a rock and roll heart,” Luis Alberto Urrea is the author of numerous books of fiction, nonfiction and poetry. Born in Tijuana to a Mexican father and American mother, Urrea uses his dual culture to explore greater themes of love, loss and triumph. A gifted storyteller, he has received an American Book Award for his memoir Nobody's Son and was a Pulitzer Prize finalist for The Devil’s Highway, among many accolades. Urrea’s bestselling novel Into the Beautiful North, the UCSB Reads 2017 selection, follows a young woman on a memorable quest to define herself without borders.
Presented by: UCSB Arts & Lectures     Venue: UCSB Campbell Hall, UCSB Campus , Santa Barbara
  Website
  (805) 893-3535

( Presentation )
Octopus Tuesdays
Observe an octopus consume a meal. Discover camouflage behaviors as you learn more about these intelligent invertebrates.
Presented by: Sea Center     Venue: Sea Center, 211 Stearns Wharf, Santa Barbara
  Website
  (805) 962-2526

( Lecture )
Discovering The Quantified Self
Discovering Quantified Self for the first time, meet experts in the field and share your own self-tracking methods to improve your life. We welcome dialogue and conversation during the event and are l ...
Venue: Impact Hub, 1117 State St, Santa Barbara
  (805) 284-0078

( Opera )
Free Noontime Concerts
Free Noontime Concerts will feature members of the Mosher Studio Artist program singing a variety of operatic repertoire and musical theatre selections, with piano accompaniment. October concerts will also preview Opera Santa Barbara’s upcoming production of Carmen.
Presented by: Opera Santa Barbara     Venue: Santa Barbara Public Library - Faulkner Gallery, 40 E. Anapamu Street, Santa Barbara
  Website
  (805) 898-3890

( Book Signing )
Book Signing with Hugh Hewit
Hugh Hewit ... Please also join us in the Reagan Library Museum Store from 4:30p.m. – 5:30 p.m. for a book signing with Hugh Hewitt on his new book, The Fourth Way: The Conservative Playbook for a Lasting Majority (Publish Date: January 24, 2017). Books must be purchased through the Reagan Library Museum Store to receive signature. Hugh Hewitt interviewed candidate Trump fifteen times on his nationally syndicated show during the 2016 campaign and participated as a panelist in four primary debates. What he learned from those news-making moments, along with his service for two Republican Presidents and his intimate knowledge of Washington, puts him in a perfect position to spell out how Trump and a unified GOP can transform the country and earn a lasting place in history. From defense to immigration, from entitlements to health care, Hewitt outlines how the new President, with the top leaders in Congress and with allies in fifty statehouses, can use November’s stunning result to find a Fourth Way out of the gridlock and the destructive showdowns that have marked the past quarter century of American politics.
Presented by: The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library & Museum     Venue: The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library & Museum, 40 Presidential Drive, Simi Valley
  Website
  (805) 522-2977

( Discussion )
TALK: Afrikan Textiles: Reclaiming Stolen Histories, Identities, and Technologies through Dress Prac
TALK: Afrikan Textiles: Reclaiming Stolen Histories, Identities, and Technologies through Dress Practices Zingha Foma (History, UCSB) April 26, 2017/5:00 PM McCune Conference Room, 6020 HSSB ...
Venue: UCSB McCune Conference Room, UCSB Humanities & Social Sciences Building, Room 6020 , Santa Barbara
  (805) 893-8538

( Discussion )
The First 100 Days
AM870 The Answer invites you to attend our 2017 “First 100 Days Review”, featuring: Larry Elder, Ben Shapiro and Hugh Hewitt (talent subject to change). Join them as they discuss President Donald Trump and his Republican legislative majority’s first 100 days in office. What have they changed? What have they improved? Where have they failed? What’s to come? Are you better off now than under Obama? Schedule: 5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. VIP reception ... 7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Lecture
Presented by: The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library & Museum     Venue: The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library & Museum, 40 Presidential Drive, Simi Valley
  Website
  (805) 522-2977

( Music - Classical )
Roomful of Teeth
Roomful of Teeth ... Grammy Award-winning vocal project Roomful of Teeth is dedicated to mining the expressive potential of the human voice. With a borderless repertoire encompassing singing traditions from around the world, the New York-based octet produces sounds that range “from mere whispers to moments of unearthly beauty” (The Seattle Times). The program will include a piece by the ensemble’s multi-talented vocalist and composer Caroline Shaw, who won a Pulitzer Prize in Music for her piece Partita for 8 Voices. Recently exhibiting their innovative sounds at the 2016 Ojai Music Festival, this experimental group continually expands its vocabulary of singing techniques, making them one of today’s most impressive new vocal ensembles. -- $10 - $32
Presented by: UCSB Arts & Lectures     Venue: Hahn Hall (Music Academy of the West), 1070 Fairway Rd., Santa Barbara
  Website
  (805) 893-3535

( Theatre )
The Theatre Group at SBCC presents RABBIT HOLE by David Lindsay-Abaire
Becca and Howie Corbett have everything a family could want, until a life-shattering accident turns their world upside down and leaves the couple drifting perilously apart. RABBIT HOLE charts their bittersweet search for comfort in the darkest of places and for a path that will lead them back into the light of day. Winner of the 2007 Pulitzer Prize. -- $10 - $26
Presented by: The Theatre Group at SBCC     Venue: SBCC - Jurkowitz Theatre, 900 block of Cliff Dr., Santa Barbara
  Website
  (805) 965-5935
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( Lecture )
SB Audubon Program: Cachuma Lake, Body of Water, Body of Contradictions
Cachuma Lake, a reservoir created in the 1950s to store water for Santa Barbara County communities and the agricultural industry, behaves in many ways like a natural lake. Liz Gaspar will talk about t ... -- $0 - $0
Venue: Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History - Farrand , 2559 Puesta Del Sol, Santa Barbara
  (805) 964-1468
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( Theatre )
Baby Doll
ETC presents the seductive black comedy Baby Doll, by Tennessee Williams, based on the 1956 Golden Globe and BAFTA Award-winning film of the same name. Set in the Mississippi Delta, two rival cotton gin owners, Archie and Silva, are locked in a vicious professional competition. After he suspects Archie of burning down his cotton gin, Silva seeks his vengeance by hatching a plot to seduce Archie’s 19 year-old bride, Baby Doll. Wary of reaching adulthood and being obliged to consummate her marriage to Archie, Baby Doll clings to her childhood with naïve innocence, sleeping in a crib, wearing children’s nightgowns, and even sucking her thumb. -- $20 - $55
Presented by: Ensemble Theatre Company (ETC)     Venue: The New Vic Theatre, 33 West Victoria Street, Santa Barbara
  Website
  (805) 965-5400

( Theatre )
High Fidelity
Out of the Box Theatre Company ... Music by Tom Kitt (Next to Normal, Bring It On The Musical, If/Then) Lyrics by Amanda Green (Bring It On The Musical, Hands on a Hardbody) Book by David Lindsay-Abaire (Rabbit Hole, Shrek the Musical, Good People) Meet Rob Gordon, a thirty-something, indie record store owner who knows everything there is to know about music but nothing about how to have a mature, functional relationship. Based on the popular novel by Nick Hornby (and the 2000 film featuring John Cusack), High Fidelity follows Rob on an introspective evaluation of his life and lost loves though an original rock and roll score that's peppered with musical references to some of the great rock and pop artists of our time. -- $18 - $28
Presented by: Center Stage Theater (in Paseo Nuevo Mall)     Venue: Center Stage Theater (in Paseo Nuevo Mall), 751 State Street , Santa Barbara
  Website
  (805) 963-0408
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( Musical / Revue )
High Fidelity the Musical
Adapted from Nick Hornby's cult novel (and the Touchstone film featuring John Cusack and Jack Black), HIGH FIDELITY is the wry and sometimes painfully honest look at lives that are a little less t ... -- $18 - $28
Venue: Center Stage Theater, Paseo Nuevo, Santa Barbara
  (805) 963-0408
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( Lecture )
DISCUSSION: When School Meets the Other: Intercultural Policies in the Basque Inclusive School
The discussion will focus on Gabriel Gatti, Ignacio Irazuzta & María Martínez (2017) When School Meets the Other: Intercultural Policies in the Basque Inclusive School, Patterns of Prejudice, 51:1,89- ...
Venue: UCSB Interdisciplinary Humanities Center, UCSB Ellison Hall, Room 3824, Santa Barbara
  (805) 893-8538
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( Presentation )
Jelly Thursdays
Experience the beauty of jellies as they gracefully gather their microscopic meals. Bring your curiosity, questions, and cameras too.
Presented by: Sea Center     Venue: Sea Center, 211 Stearns Wharf, Santa Barbara
  Website
  (805) 962-2526
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( Discussion )
TALK: Ceramics as a Medium and Its Discontents
TALK: Ceramics as a Medium and Its Discontents Jenni Sorkin (History of Art & Architecture, UCSB) Thursday, April 27, 2017 / 4:00 PM McCune Conference Room, HSSB 6020 Ceramics has been a marginal ...
Venue: McCune Conference Room, UCSB Humanities & Social Sciences Building, Room 6040, Santa Barbara
  (805) 893-8538
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( Lecture )
TALK: A Child Hero: Heroic Biographies in Children’s Literature
The idea of child heroism in Russian literature for children first can be traced to state ideology and analyzed as part of patriotic pedagogical discourse both in the Russian imperial period and in th ...
Venue: UCSB Interdisciplinary Humanities Center, UCSB Buchanan Hall, Room 1940, Santa Barbara
  (805) 893-8538
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( Lecture )
Lorna Spencer Hedges Annual Photography Lecture: Jennifer Gross
Edward Steichen: Twentieth Century Photographer. This lecture by Jennifer Gross reviews the dynamic life and work of Edward Steichen (1879-1973), who was known for his role in expanding the breadth of 20th-century photography through the memorable images he created. Steichen was at turns a painter, horticulturist, museum curator, graphic designer, publisher and film director. He served as a military photographer in both World Wars, and lived a life that reflected a century transformed by modernization. From his early Pictorialist images with their painterly qualities, to his decades-long work as a commercial photographer for Condé Nast, to his role as Director of Photography at the Museum of Modern Art, New York. Steichen's endeavors positioned him as a controversial yet prescient advocate for photography's ability to record and amplify human observation, endeavor, and creativity. This lecture is grounded in the exhibition of the same name that took place October 7, 2016 through March 26, 2017 organized by Jennifer Gross at deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum in Lincoln, Massachusetts. -- $0 - $10
Presented by: Santa Barbara Museum of Art     Venue: Santa Barbara Museum of Art, 1130 State Street, Santa Barbara
  Website
  (805) 963-4364
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( Theatre )
The Theatre Group at SBCC presents RABBIT HOLE by David Lindsay-Abaire
Becca and Howie Corbett have everything a family could want, until a life-shattering accident turns their world upside down and leaves the couple drifting perilously apart. RABBIT HOLE charts their bittersweet search for comfort in the darkest of places and for a path that will lead them back into the light of day. Winner of the 2007 Pulitzer Prize. -- $10 - $26
Presented by: The Theatre Group at SBCC     Venue: SBCC - Jurkowitz Theatre, 900 block of Cliff Dr., Santa Barbara
  Website
  (805) 965-5935
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( Theatre )
SISTER ACT
Cabrillo Music Theatre presents the regional and Civic Arts Plaza debut of SISTER ACT! SISTER ACT is the feel-amazing musical comedy smash based on the hit 1992 film that has audiences jumping to thei ... -- $35 - $79
Venue: Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, 2100 Thousand Oaks Blvd., Thousand Oaks
  (805) 497-8613
  Email

( Theatre )
Baby Doll
ETC presents the seductive black comedy Baby Doll, by Tennessee Williams, based on the 1956 Golden Globe and BAFTA Award-winning film of the same name. Set in the Mississippi Delta, two rival cotton gin owners, Archie and Silva, are locked in a vicious professional competition. After he suspects Archie of burning down his cotton gin, Silva seeks his vengeance by hatching a plot to seduce Archie’s 19 year-old bride, Baby Doll. Wary of reaching adulthood and being obliged to consummate her marriage to Archie, Baby Doll clings to her childhood with naïve innocence, sleeping in a crib, wearing children’s nightgowns, and even sucking her thumb. -- $20 - $55
Presented by: Ensemble Theatre Company (ETC)     Venue: The New Vic Theatre, 33 West Victoria Street, Santa Barbara
  Website
  (805) 965-5400

( Theatre )
High Fidelity
Out of the Box Theatre Company ... Music by Tom Kitt (Next to Normal, Bring It On The Musical, If/Then) Lyrics by Amanda Green (Bring It On The Musical, Hands on a Hardbody) Book by David Lindsay-Abaire (Rabbit Hole, Shrek the Musical, Good People) Meet Rob Gordon, a thirty-something, indie record store owner who knows everything there is to know about music but nothing about how to have a mature, functional relationship. Based on the popular novel by Nick Hornby (and the 2000 film featuring John Cusack), High Fidelity follows Rob on an introspective evaluation of his life and lost loves though an original rock and roll score that's peppered with musical references to some of the great rock and pop artists of our time. -- $18 - $28
Presented by: Center Stage Theater (in Paseo Nuevo Mall)     Venue: Center Stage Theater (in Paseo Nuevo Mall), 751 State Street , Santa Barbara
  Website
  (805) 963-0408
  Email

( Musical / Revue )
High Fidelity the Musical
Adapted from Nick Hornby's cult novel (and the Touchstone film featuring John Cusack and Jack Black), HIGH FIDELITY is the wry and sometimes painfully honest look at lives that are a little less t ... -- $18 - $28
Venue: Center Stage Theater, Paseo Nuevo, Santa Barbara
  (805) 963-0408
  Email

( Lecture )
Learn Methods How To Solve Any Personal Problem With Peat Method
P.E.A.T.methods transform lives and communities. YOU WILL LEARN HOW TO SOLVE ANY PROBLEM. “UNTIL YOU MAKE THE UNCONSCIOUS CONSCIOUS, IT WILL DIRECT YOUR LIFE AND YOU WILL CALL IT FATE” C.G. Jung ... -- $1000 - $1500
Venue: Conference Room of Villa Rosa, 15 Chapala St., Santa Barbara
  (310) 895-6394
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( Musical / Revue )
Lend Me A Tenor - The Musical
The riotous tale of mistake identities and unexpected romance explodes in this brand new musical comedy based on the Tony Award nominated play. It’s 1934 and Opera virtuoso Tito Merelli is about to revive one of his great triumphs for the 10-year anniversary of the Cleveland Grand Opera Company. When Tito becomes unexpectedly incapacitated, a suitable replacement must be found. Who is cavalier enough to replace him? Max, the Opera Director’s sheepish assistant, is charged with the daunting task of finding a suitable replacement. With the help of a menacing soprano, a tenor-struck ingenue, a jealous wife, and the Cleveland Police Department, mayhem, lunacy and shear panic ensue, but in the end the show must always go on.
Presented by: PCPA Conservatory Theatre     Venue: Marian Theatre, Allan Hancock College Campus, Santa Maria
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  (805) 922-8313
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( Theatre )
The Legend of Zorro
The Santa Barbara Junior High School Theatre Department and State Street Ballet's Library Dances present this world premiere theatre and dance production. Don't miss the excitement and adventures of Zorro! Tickets available at the door, for more info please visit www.sbjhperformingarts.weebly.com or call 805-963-7751 x4028.
Presented by: The Marjorie Luke Theatre     Venue: The Marjorie Luke Theatre, 721 East Cota Street, Santa Barbara
  Website
  (805) 963-7751

( Opera )
La Rondine
A woman with a past is given a second chance when she falls in love with a young student. From the sumptuous salons of belle epoque Paris, to bustling nightclubs and on to the French Riviera, we follow the beautiful Magda -"the swallow"- in her bittersweet journey to recapture the innocence of youth. This production will be staged by Tara Faircloth and Kostis Protopapas conducts the OSB premiere of Puccini's only "operetta." Sung in Italian with English surtitles -- $29 - $169
Presented by: Opera Santa Barbara     Venue: The Granada Theatre, 1214 State St., Santa Barbara
  Website
  (805) 899-2222

( Theatre )
The Theatre Group at SBCC presents RABBIT HOLE by David Lindsay-Abaire
Becca and Howie Corbett have everything a family could want, until a life-shattering accident turns their world upside down and leaves the couple drifting perilously apart. RABBIT HOLE charts their bittersweet search for comfort in the darkest of places and for a path that will lead them back into the light of day. Winner of the 2007 Pulitzer Prize. -- $10 - $26
Presented by: The Theatre Group at SBCC     Venue: SBCC - Jurkowitz Theatre, 900 block of Cliff Dr., Santa Barbara
  Website
  (805) 965-5935
  Email

( Theatre )
Baby Doll
ETC presents the seductive black comedy Baby Doll, by Tennessee Williams, based on the 1956 Golden Globe and BAFTA Award-winning film of the same name. Set in the Mississippi Delta, two rival cotton gin owners, Archie and Silva, are locked in a vicious professional competition. After he suspects Archie of burning down his cotton gin, Silva seeks his vengeance by hatching a plot to seduce Archie’s 19 year-old bride, Baby Doll. Wary of reaching adulthood and being obliged to consummate her marriage to Archie, Baby Doll clings to her childhood with naïve innocence, sleeping in a crib, wearing children’s nightgowns, and even sucking her thumb. -- $20 - $55
Presented by: Ensemble Theatre Company (ETC)     Venue: The New Vic Theatre, 33 West Victoria Street, Santa Barbara
  Website
  (805) 965-5400

( Theatre )
High Fidelity
Out of the Box Theatre Company ... Music by Tom Kitt (Next to Normal, Bring It On The Musical, If/Then) Lyrics by Amanda Green (Bring It On The Musical, Hands on a Hardbody) Book by David Lindsay-Abaire (Rabbit Hole, Shrek the Musical, Good People) Meet Rob Gordon, a thirty-something, indie record store owner who knows everything there is to know about music but nothing about how to have a mature, functional relationship. Based on the popular novel by Nick Hornby (and the 2000 film featuring John Cusack), High Fidelity follows Rob on an introspective evaluation of his life and lost loves though an original rock and roll score that's peppered with musical references to some of the great rock and pop artists of our time. -- $18 - $28
Presented by: Center Stage Theater (in Paseo Nuevo Mall)     Venue: Center Stage Theater (in Paseo Nuevo Mall), 751 State Street , Santa Barbara
  Website
  (805) 963-0408
  Email

( Theatre )
SISTER ACT
Cabrillo Music Theatre presents the regional and Civic Arts Plaza debut of SISTER ACT! SISTER ACT is the feel-amazing musical comedy smash based on the hit 1992 film that has audiences jumping to thei ... -- $35 - $79
Venue: Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, 2100 Thousand Oaks Blvd., Thousand Oaks
  (805) 497-8613
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