Center Stage Theater, Santa Barbara, California

SANTA BARBARA, CALIFORNIA
An intimate black box theater with weekly performances by a variety of artists and companies, located in Paseo Nuevo in the heart of the downtown Santa Barbara cultural district.


SOME PAST PERFORMANCES: 2001-2004

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December 29, 2000 through January 14, 2001

UP ALL NIGHT THEATER COMPANY PRESENTS
FOOL FOR LOVE
A play by Sam Shepard

TIMES: Fridays and Saturdays 8:00 P.M., Sundays January 7 and 14 2:00 P.M.
TICKETS:
$16 general, $12 students/seniors
...BOX OFFICE


Stoop 5/4-19May 4 through 19, 2001

DRAMA DOGS PRESENTS
STOOP...
Four one-act plays
Directed by Ken Gilbert
With Deanne Anders, Erica S. Connell, E. Bonnie Lewis,
and Rina Perri

Four one-act plays about contemporary women, and how each of us sometimes stoops below herself
Every woman has at one time been concerned with sex, food, career, God and complete environmental annihilation. The men in their lives have to live through the experiences of these women as they delve into these matters. Included is a wry sense of humor, and the essence of Stoop unfolds. CLICK FOR MORE

TIMES: Fridays and Saturdays, May 4, 5, 11, 12, 18 and 19 at 8:00 P.M.
............Matinees Saturdays May 12 and 19 at 2:00 P.M.
TICKETS:
$16 general, $12 students and seniors..BOX OFFICE (805) 963-0408


August 24 through September 8, 2001

SANTA BARBARA ACTORS THEATER PRESENTS

SPEED THE PLOW
A Play by DAVID MAMET

The Santa Barbara Actors Theatre Inc. announces the opening of its third season at Center Stage Theater with a satirical look at the near-wealthy and near-great of Hollywood: David Mamet's Speed the Plow, staged by Norman B. Schwartz, starring Robert Riechel Jr., Kimberly Reeder and Christian Trask . MORE

TIMES: August 24-25-30-31- September 1-6-7-8 at 8:00 P.M., September 2 matinee at 2:00 P.M.
TICKETS:
$18.00 general admission BOX OFFICE (805) 963-0408


Friday and Saturday, September 14 and 15, 2001

TRIPSICHORE YOGA THEATER PRESENTS

BEYOND DEATH: THE ESSENTIAL REMAINS

The London-based ensemble Tripsichore combines theater, dance, yoga, and music combine to explore the cycle of life and death--and ways out of it. MORE

TIMES: Friday and Saturday, September 14 & 15, at 8:00 P.M.
TICKETS:
$20 in advance, $25 at the door BOX OFFICE (805) 963-0408


September 21 through October 7, 2001

LIT MOON THEATRE COMPANY PRESENTS
4TH ANNUAL
WORLD THEATRE FESTIVAL
Directed by John Blondell

  • HAMLET Lit Moon Theatre Company w/ scenographer Milion Kalis
  • MADMAN! Lit Moon Theatre Company with choreographer Genya Kozlove of Do-Theatre
  • HOPELESS GAMES Do-Theatre (St. Petersburg) and Theatre Fabrik (Potsdam)
  • UPSIDE DOWN Do-Theatre (St. Petersburg)
  • THE COAT Theatre Credo (Sofia)
  • TRUE THEATRE CRITIC written and performed by Omar Sangare (Warsaw)

TIME: To be announced.
TICKETS:
To be announced..BOX OFFICE (805) 963-0408



October 12 through November 13, 2001

MANGO PRODUCTIONS PRESENTS
MANGO FEST
A gathering of theater and music to rock the town of Santa Barbara,
with original works by seven different theater companies.

Featuring local artists Justin D.M. Palmer, Catherine Cole, Christopher Pilafian, and The Multi-Cultural Drama Company, as well as innovative out-of-town performances from Ruffy Landayan, Lindsay Kayser and world-class juggler Jay Gilligan. Furthermore, there will be a special screening of the short animated films of Academy Award nominated director Don Hertzfield. Other highlights at other venues include an all-day festival kick-off concert in Anisq'oyo' Park, and an evening with The Yonder Mountain String Band, a popular blue grass group from Colorado performing at the end of the festival party at SOho on November 13.

For complete calendar and more information, visit: www.mangofest.org


Saturdays and Sundays, October 13 through November 11, 2001
Wednesday October 31, 2001

WOVEN
Halloween show on Wednesday, October 31.
Animated films by Academy Award-nominated director Don Hertzfield open the shows on October 31 and November 3 and 4.

Festival Seating. Bring a pillow, beach chair, beanbag, back seat from a '57 Chevy, etc.

TIMES: Saturdays and Sundays Oct. 13 through Nov. 11, and Wednesday October 31
............Preshow at 6:30 P.M. Show at 8:00 P.M.
TICKETS:
$13.00 / $17.00, includes 2 complimentary drinks before the show. BOX OFFICE (805) 963-0408

For more information, visit www.wovenworld.com


Thursday and Friday, October 18 and 19, 2001

DAY SLEEPER
by Justin D.M. Palmer

LOOSE WOMAN
by Lindsay Kayser

TIMES: Thursday and Friday, October 18 and 19, 8:00 P.M.
TICKETS:
$10.00 / $13.00
BOX OFFICE (805) 963-0408


Thursdays and Fridays, October 24 and 25, November 1 and 2, 2001

FIVE FEET FEAT
By Catherine Cole, Lexi Pearl, and Christopher Pilafian

TIMES: Thursdays and Fridays, October 24 and 25, November 1 and 2, 8:00 P.M.
TICKETS:
$10.00 / $13.00
BOX OFFICE (805) 963-0408


Saturday, October 26, 2001

MENTAL HIGHWAY
by The Multi-Cultural Drama Company

TIME: Saturday, October 26, 8:00 P.M.
TICKETS:
$10.00 / $13.00
BOX OFFICE (805) 963-0408


Thursday and Friday, November 8 and 9, 2001

GENERATION HODGEPODGE
by Ruffy Landayan
Cosponsored by Contemporary Arts Forum

TIME: Thursday and Friday, November 8 and 9, 8:00 P.M.
TICKETS:
$10.00 / $13.00
BOX OFFICE (805) 963-0408


Mango Productions, LLC:
www.mangoproductions.net
PO Box 12883, Santa Barbara, CA 93107
Email: info@wovenworld.com
(805) 455-1791



April 12 through 21, 2002

GENESIS WEST PRESENTS
TURNIP FAMILY SECRETS
Play and songs by MICHAEL SMITH
Music by JOSEF WOODARD

A fairytale for grownups, as a fearsome Giant terrorizes an idealistic family and the Turnip Fairy comes to their aid. MORE

ABOUT TURNIPS

TIMES: Low-price preview: Thursday April 11, 8:00 P.M.
TIMES: Opening night: Friday April 12, 8:00 P.M.
TIMES: Evenings: Fridays & Saturdays, April 12, 13, 19, 20 at 8:00 P.M.
TIMES: Matinees: Sundays, April 14 and 21, 2:00 P.M.
TICKETS:
$18 general, $14 students. April 11 preview, $12
BOX OFFICE (805) 963-0408


May 3 through 11, 2002

DRAMATIC WOMEN PRESENTS
AYO'S JOURNEY
Based on the poem cycle by SOJOURNER KINCAID ROLLE

A ten-year-old African girl is kidnapped from her village and put aboard a slave ship bound for the New World. Told in a performative style based on West African music, dance, and storytelling traditions, in collaboration with the newly formed UCSB West African Performance Ensemble.

TIME: May 3-11
TICKETS: Please phone box office (985) 963-0408 (V / TDD)



January 23, 24 & 25, 2004

SANTA BARBARA DANCE ALLIANCE PRESENTS
NEW WORKS:
9 Santa Barbara Choreographers

Robin Bisio, Nancy Colahan, Valerie Huston, Heather Glabe, Christine Loizeaux, Thomas McDonnell, Ilana Morgan, Susan Shaberman, Rina van de Kamp

Nine of Santa Barbara's best choreographers were selected by a panel in November. You will see quite a range of work including: modern dance, ballet, performance art (theater/dance) and video work.

Steven Lovelace has been honored with the 7th Annual Lifetime Achievement Award. Hannah Beth Jackson, Assemblywoman, will present Steven with the "Martha" statuette on opening night. Join us for a glass of wine after the concert to celebrate and meet the artists.

Last year we just about sold out.....so get your tickets early!

TIMES: January 23, 24, 25, at 8:00 P.M.
TICKETS:
$18 general, $16.50 SBDA members, $15 students/seniors, $50 patrons (includes preferred seating and your name in the program) BOX OFFICE (805) 963-0408
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Wednesday through Saturday February 4-7 and 11-14, 2004

DRAMATIC WOMEN PRESENTS
THE SPACE BETWEEN THE STARS
A new play by Bob Potter
Directed by Peter Lackner
Sets and Lighting by Vickie Scott

A play about the near future.

In the hills above Los Angeles, on an extraordinary night, five people whose lives and loves have become intertwined, meet at a climactic moment in time. This premiere production features some of Santa Barbara's finest actors, including: Henry Brown, Bonita Carol, Tom Hinshaw, Laurel Lyle and Tony Miratti

Wednesday, February 4, 7 P.M. (note special time)
GALA OPENING NIGHT
BENEFIT FOR SANTA BARBARA COMMUNITY ACTION NETWORK (SB CAN)
All tickets $25, includes reception at 6 P.M. before the show

Thursday, February 5, 8 P.M.
HOWARD DEAN NIGHT
BENEFIT FOR SANTA BARBARA DEMOCRATIC SERVICE CLUB
All tickets $25, includes reception at 7 P.M. before the show

Friday, February 6, 8 P.M.
DRAMATIC WOMEN 10TH ANNIVERSARY BIRTHDAY PARTY
Tickets $15 general, $12 students and seniors, includes party after the show

Saturday, February 7, 8 P.M.
Tickets $15 general, $12 students and seniors

Wednesday, February 11, 8 P.M.
VETERANS FOR PEACE NIGHT
Tickets $15 general, $12 students, seniors and all veterans; post-performance discussion with cast, director and playwright

Thursday-Saturday, February 12-14, 8 P.M.
Tickets $15 general, $12 students and seniors

BOX OFFICE (805) 963-0408
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April 23 and 24, 2004

LIFE BEFORE SEX
A comedy about growing up in the 70s
...................................--and--
LIFE WITH A TEENAGER...
I'M HAVING A HOT FLASHBACK
That was then...this is now

Written and performed by MOIRA KEEFE

On the heels of rave reviews and sold-out performances in San Diego, writer, producer, and comedian Moira Keefe brings to Center Stage her autobiographical one-woman shows Life Before Sex (a comedy about growing up in the 1970s) and Life with a Teenager... I'm Having a Hot Flashback.

"She's a rare bird, this talented writer-actor--an autobiographical performer whose honesty and self-mockery make for an evening as entertaining as it is cathartic, especially for women surviving motherhood and menopause." --San Diego Union Tribune

TIMES: April 23 and 24 at 8:00 P.M.
TICKETS:
$20 general, $15 students BOX OFFICE (805) 963-0408
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Sunday, April 25, 2004

UCSB PRIMAVERA FESTIVAL PRESENTS
THE
ROBIN COX ENSEMBLE

The Robin Cox Ensemble will present a multimedia performance of new works by UCSB faculty and alumni, including Leslie Hogan, Carolyn Bremer, Karen Tanaka, Kwame Braun, Judy Bauerlein, Stephanie Nugent, and Robin Cox. In addition to music performed by this quintet of violin, cello, clarinet, and two percussion, the performance will include collaborations with video, animation, dance, and theater. Robin Cox (violin), Peter Jacobson (cello), Eric Leckrone (percussion), Eric Mellencamp (percussion), Elana Weber clarinets), Stephanie Nugent (dancer), Judy Bauerlein (performance artist), Kwame Braun (video artist). Visit www.robincoxensemble.com

Program (* indicates premier performance): New Year's Harmattan* (Kwame Braun/Robin Cox); Thirty-Five (Leslie Hogan); Song of Songs (Karen Tanaka); Peanut Jelly and Butter* (Carolyn Bremer); Potter's Wheel (Stephanie Nugent/Robin Cox); Midnight (Robin Cox); Directions to Keep From Falling* (Judy Bauerlein/Robin Cox).

TIMES: Sunday, April 25, at 8:00 P.M.
TICKETS:
$15 general, $10 students/seniors BOX OFFICE (805) 963-0408
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May 7, 8, 14, and 15, 2004

UCSB CENTER FOR CHICANO STUDIES
AND THE ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION PRESENT
SWEET PEACE
a new play by MONICA PALACIOS
directed by LEO CABRANES-GRANT

Only a cherished childhood father-daughter memory and the spirituality of the desert can save Paz from her nightmare. A sensual poetic love story about memory, survival and home. Both moving and funny, Sweet Peace gives a fresh new voice to the Latino and lesbian communities. MORE

TIMES: May 7, 8, 14, and 15 at 8:00 P.M.
TICKETS:
$22 general, $18 students/seniors BOX OFFICE (805) 963-0408
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July 10, 2004

THE BURNING BUSH TOUR 2004 PRESENTS
SPIRITUALLY INCORRECT:
MIND BOMBS AGAINST
THE MACHINE

An evening of spoken word entertainment
with ALAN CLEMENTS

Clements, described by the Maui News as a blend of "a former Buddhist monk with Noam Chomsky and Lenny Bruce," performs in an improvisational theatrical monologue combining comedy, satire, drama and activism. MORE

To benefit Burma's imprisoned Nobel peace prize laureate Aung San Sun Kyi. A World Dharma Word of Mouth Production: www.WorldDharma.com

TIMES: July 10 and 11 at 7:30 0 P.M. (NOTE EARLY TIME)
TICKETS:
$20 in advance, $22 at the door, $18 students BOX OFFICE (805) 963-0408
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July 12-22, 2004

SUMMERDANCE SANTA BARBARA PRESENTS
SUMMERDANCE

Monday, July 12 & Monday, July 19

SUMMERDANCE SANTA BARBARA PRESENTS
OPEN REHEARSALS
A fascinating chance to observe choreographers and their companies during creative residencies.

TIMES: July 12 and July 19 at 7:00 P.M. (NOTE EARLY TIME)
TICKETS:
Free BOX OFFICE (805) 963-0408


Friday, July 16 &
Saturday, July 17

SUMMERDANCE SANTA BARBARA PRESENTS
LARRY KEIGWIN + COMPANY
Dance Magazine has called the daring Keigwin "one of 25 American dancers towatch."

TIMES: July 16 and July 17 at 8:00 P.M.
TICKETS:
$25 general, $20 students/seniors
BOX OFFICE (805) 963-0408


Wednesday, July 21 &
Thursday, July 22

SUMMERDANCE SANTA BARBARA PRESENTS
BRIAN BROOKS MOVING COMPANY in
DANCE-O-MATIC
A fun, all-pink dance piece of original, exceptional craft.

TIMES: July 21 and July 22 at 8:00 P.M.
TICKETS:
$25 general, $20 students/seniors
BOX OFFICE (805) 963-0408


Friday, July 23

SUMMERDANCE SANTA BARBARA PRESENTS
CHOREOGRAPHERS SHOWCASE
New works by Larry Keigwin, Brian Brooks, Doug Elkins, and the
SUMMERDANCE Kids Connection.

TIMES: Friday, July 23, at 4:00 and 7:30 P.M. (NOTE EARLY TIMES)
TICKETS:
$5 general
BOX OFFICE (805) 963-0408
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July 27 and 28, 2004

FUTURE TRADITIONS FOUNDATION PRESENTS
ENDANGERED SPECIES
New choreographic works set on professional dancers

Defying not only gravity, but sometimes the laws of economics as well, professional dancers and innovative choreographers continue to celebrate their magic in our community. Principal dancers from State Street Ballet, Santa Barbara Dance Theater, and Minnesota Ballet will move beyond the styles of their respective companies in technically and emotionally challenging new works. Dancers include Alyson Mattoon, Sam Mitchell, Micah Kurtzberg, Bhatia Bilow, Robert Rainey, Thomas McDonnell, Juliana Kouznetsov, Kirsten Stuart, Samuel McKaig, Austin McCormick, and Misa Kelly. Juliana Kouznetsov, currently under contract with the American National Ballet, following engagements the Hartford Ballet and State Street Ballet, and Stephen Kelly, who has worked with American Repertory Dance Company, Ballets Blaska, and Repertory-West Dance Company are the artistic directors.

See the best classical, modern, jazz and break dancers move beyond the styles of their respective companies in technically and emotionally challenging new work.

TIMES: July 27 and 28 at 7:30 P.M. (NOTE EARLY TIMES)
TICKETS:
$16 general; $8 children under 12
BOX OFFICE (805) 963-0408
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Thursday, July 29, 2004

BORDELLO: Art of Ill Repute
A One-Night Extravaganza of Female-Generated Art

Performances by: Shelly Rudolph, Princess Allura, Julie Sabin, live D.J.s, and the Naughty/Nice Girlz Burlesque. Artwork by: Penny Bohn, Cil de Kolda, Jessika Fuhrmaneck, Emily Haopian, Sally Hamilton, Cimmi Jammet, Alicia Le Van, Georgia McDermott, Jeanninie Star, Christina Schwantes, and Carrie Watson.

Bordello: "Art of Ill Repute" is the brain child of eclectid diva Tess Hartwell, retro girl Cimmi Jammet, and is co-produced by urban goddess Alicia Le Van. The night will feature a sophisticated gallery of art produced by local visual artists that explores passion, taboo, and all things feminine. The collection includes obscure yet highly personal portraits of Carrie Watson, sensual nudes of professional photographer Cildee Kolda, erotic yarn paintings by Georgia McDermott, and the controversial "Innocence Lost" series by Penny Bohn, among several other talented women artists.

Bordello will begin with sultry jazz singer Shelly Rudolph performing on the foyer, then soulful vocalist Julie Sabin will entertain you while you sip wine & Soju cocktails on the patio, in between viewing the artwork and tearing up the dance floor. Later, inside the theatre, the lovely Princess Allura will mesmerize the crowd with her exotic bellydance entitled "Sacred Feminine," and at ten o'clock the much-anticipated debut of the haughty Naughty/Nice Girlz burlesque revue; starring the bodacious blonde babe from Boston Luscious Le Van, Santa Barbara's own sassy sweetheart Minxy-Tart, and the double-d delight from Hollywood Miss Darcey Leonard, among others! Working his magic on the decks will be underground L.A.'s most famous screwball D.J. Mr. Prickle, followed by Britain born D.J. Gryphn, host of Smily-Smile on KCSB, spinning deep funky house grooves to help get you in the mood!

With provocative art, sensual music, dancing, drinks and decadent truffles handmade by Jessica Foster, Bordello is sure to be a brow raising event that will serve as the perfect concoction on a sultry summer night that you will definitely want to be mixed up in!

This event is for audiences 18 years and older.

For more information, visit www.eclecticdivas.com

TIME: Thursday, July 29, 7:00 P.M. to 2:00 A.M. (NOTE EARLY START TIME)
TICKETS:
$10 in advance; $12 at the door
BOX OFFICE (805) 963-0408
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September 9, 10, 11, 2004

NEW BARD PRODUCTIONS PRESENTS
JULIANNE CAESAR
A new play by DAVID STARKEY
Directed by Michelle Osborne
Featuring Seth Baumhover, Serena Bottiani, Annie Chase, Tiffany Cole, Will deAngelis, Elyse Fults, Molly Payne, Jenalee Reidenbaugh, Tori Sanchez, M.C. Wolfe.

Et tu, Brute? In-fighting among contemporary coeds takes a page from bloody ancient Rome in Julianne Caesar. The play opens with the theater department of Connie Francis College preparing to put on an all-women production of Shakespeare's Julius Caesar. Backstage rivalries mirror the on-stage doings of Shakespeare's tragedy: betrayal and ill omens which presage murder. The play bounces from the California-speak of the actors to their eloquent Shakespeare speeches, both in rehearsal and in moments of high emotion--often with a comic twist. Julianne Caesar premiered on the NYC fringe in June, 04 and follows New Bard's successful run of Starkey's Soccer Moms last winter at Center Stage. MORE

For more information, visit www.newbardproductions.com

TIMES: September 9, 10, and 11 at 8:00 P.M.
TIMES: Student matinee September 11 at 2:00 P.M.
TICKETS:
$18 general; $15 students/seniors
BOX OFFICE (805) 963-0408
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September 25 through October 3, 2004

LIT MOON THEATER PRESENTS
2004 LIT MOON
WORLD THEATER FESTIVAL

The 2004 Lit Moon World Theater Festival features visionary, boundary-testing examples of contemporary physical theater and multi-media performance art from around the world. Now in its 12th year, the Lit Moon Theatre Company is recognized both here and abroad for its adventurous, highly physicalized stagings of classic novels and plays. Fresh on the heels of its sold-out, standing-room-only performances of Hamlet at the 8th Shakespearean Festival in Gdansk, Poland, the company returns home to Santa Barbara as part of the 2004 Lit Moon World Theater Festival.MORE

Date Time Show / Artist Venue
Sat, September 25 7:00 P.M. Birds Eye View
Do-Theatre
CST
9:00 P.M. Tartuffe
Lit Moon Theatere
CST
Sun, September 26 7:00 P.M. Pandora's Box
Assembled Artists
Muddy Waters
Tues, September 28 8:00 P.M. Tartuffe CST
Wed, September 29 8:00 P.M. Tartuffe CST
Thurs, September 30 7:00 P.M. Mimeworks
James Donlon
CST
9:00 P.M. Tartuffe CST
Fri, October 1 7:00 P.M. Songs from a Book of Days
Beglarian, Cox & Cahill
CST
9:00 P.M. Birds Eye View CST
Sat, October 2 4:00 P.M. Tartuffe CST
7:00 P.M. Birds Eye View CST
9:00 P.M. Mimeworks CST
Sun, October 3 4:00 P.M. Nonsense Westmont

TIMES: September 25 through October 3. See sechedule above.
TICKETS:
$10 - $15 per performance. Grand Finale October 3 at Westmont College: free!
BOX OFFICE (805) 963-0408
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Thursday, October 7, 2004

CAUGHT IN THE ACT
Unlike conventional scripted theater, Caught in the Act uses what is called improvisational comedy, "improv" for short. Similar to the popular TV show "Who's Line is it Anyway," the comedy troupe requests suggestions from the audience and shapes the action on stage. Each performance is unique, filled with unpredictable action and ingenuousness, resulting in an exciting evening for both the performers and the audience.

Website: http://members.cox.net/sbimprov/Caught.htm

TIMES: Thursday, October 7, 8:00 P.M.
TICKETS:
$8 general
BOX OFFICE (805) 963-0408
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November 12 & 13, 2004

SPEAKING OF STORIES PRESENTS
SPEAKING OF SCI-FI
ZERO HOUR by Ray Bradbury
THE TIME MACHINE by H.G. Wells
FLASH GORDON
Directected by Maggie Mixsell
Stepping out of our usual format Speaking of Stories transforms Center Stage into a 1940s radio station to present Speaking of Sci-Fi, an evening of classic radio plays. You won't want to miss this evening of thrills, chills and, of course, a hero to save the day! Featuring performances by Faline England, Eric Davison, Megan Hickey, David Miller, Jason Uliasz, and live sound effects by Chris Turner, MORE

Visit the web site: www.speakingofstories.org

TIMES: Friday November 12 at 8:00 P.M.
TIMES: Saturday November 13 at 2:00 and 8:00 P.M.
TICKETS:
$22 general, $15 students/seniors
BOX OFFICE (805) 963-0408
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Sunday, November 14, 2004

ARTE Y PASIÓN
Berto y Flamenco Vivo
A program that pushes the boundaries of the expected and challenges the audience with contemporary themes, Arte y Pasión will infuse elements of Brazilian jazz with the hypnotic percussion sounds from India. The passionate sound of the Flamenco guitar, mesmerizing hand-clapping, and intricate footwork blend together to form Arte y Pasión. This is what modern Flamenco is today. MORE

Visit the web site: www.bertoflamenco.com

TIMES: Sunday, November 14, 2:00 and 7:00 0 P.M. (NOTE EARLY TIMES)
TICKETS:
$35 general, $30 students and seniors
BOX OFFICE (805) 963-0408
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Monday, December 13, 2004

HOUSEHOLD INK PRESENTS
HEADLESS HOUSEHOLD
15th Annual Xmas Concert
What started out as a lark, a raw desire to explore musical neighborhoods left neglected or as yet uninvented, has come of age. Santa Barbara's hopelessly eclectic new music combo Headless Household is celebrating 21 years on the planet at its 15th annual Xmas concert. As usual, multiple guests will join founding members Dick Dunlap (keyboards), Tom Lackner (percussives), Chris Symer (bass) and Joe Woodard (guitars). The musical guest list at Center Stage includes, but is not limited to, Julie Christensen, Tom Buckner, Nate Birkey, Jeff Kaiser, Sally Barr, Claudia Kiser and others. MORE

Visit the web site: www.householdink.com/

TIMES: Monday, December 13 at 8:00 0 P.M.
TICKETS:
$10 general, $7 students & seniors
BOX OFFICE (805) 963-0408
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Friday, December 31, 2004

LULU'S BACK IN TOWN
LuLu is a jazz singer Edgar Bergen Style. She is a comedic, sophisticated life-like puppet in duet with a real jazz singer, Miz' Sydney Gay from New Orleans. In upbeat style Sydney, LuLu, and surprise guests toss to the audience important issues of life, business, war, love, romance and life in America. An uplifiting show for adults and children alike! MORE

TIMES: Friday, December 31, at 5:00 0 P.M. (NOTE EARLY TIME)
TICKETS:
$12 adults, $10 children
BOX OFFICE (805) 963-0408
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This project is funded in part by the Organizational Development Grant Program using funds provided by the City of Santa Barbara in partnership with the Santa Barbara County Arts Commission.