Meetings will be held on the second Tuesday of each month at Stone Pine Hall, next to the Lompoc Museum
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Tuesday September 9th at 7PM
Ghosts of El Camino Real
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Lompoc, CA 93438
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Message from President Larry McLellan – Spring/Summer 2014
Welcome to the 41st season of Lompoc Civic Theatre! Our next show is the dinner theater production of Miracle on South Division Street by Tom Dudzick, a Santa Barbara County premiere. Each of this season’s plays touches on hidden lives or secret events from the past, all of which come to be seen differently over time. In Miracle on South Division Street, director Marian Stave has gathered an excellent cast and crew to tell the heartwarming story of Clara Nowak, her three grown children and the statue of the Blessed Mother that mysteriously appeared in her father’s barbershop in 1943. Our season opened in March with Clutter: The True Story of the Collyer Brothers Who Never Threw Anything Out by Mark Saltzman, in which two policemen in 1947 uncovered the secret lives and deaths of New York City’s two infamous hoarders. Our excursion into the past continues this fall with Ghosts of El Camino Real, an original play by LCT members Michael Callahan and Albert Thompson. Two contemporary visitors to a California mission hear the tale of a young Indian woman, forbidden love, jealous rivalry—and ghosts.
LCT is very happy to be working again this year with Kristie Stavoli and her dedicated staff at the Village Country Club. Please let your friends and family know about Miracle on South Division Street, which had a full house at its premiere on May 17. Additional performances are scheduled for June 7, June 28, July 19 and August 23. Reservations are required by the Thursday before each Saturday’s performance. In addition to our shows, LCT members are planning to organize a number of summer workshops, including new play development, publicity, acting and lighting. As plans come together, details will be posted on our website. On behalf of the Board of Directors, I would like to thank all the individuals, businesses and organizations that support LCT as we celebrate keeping theatre LIVE in Lompoc since 1973!--Larry McLellan