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Meetings will usually be held at Stone Pine Hall, 210 South H St, next to the Lompoc Museum on the 4th Tuesday of each month


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Tue Apr 25th at 7PM in Stone Pine Hall

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P.O. Box 69
Lompoc, CA 93438
(805) 735-ACT1



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Board of Directors


President..Larry McLellan
Vice-President..MaryLou Kerwood
Recording Secretary.. Melissa Pruitt
Treasurer..William Koseluk
Business Manager..Charles Sommer
Corresponding Secretary..Pat Roby
Members-at-Large..David Gaertig, Noël C. Shields
Past President..Marian C. Stave






Spring 2017 Message from LCT Board President Larry McLellan

Thanks to everyone who came to see LCT’s glorious production of Peter Quilter’s comedy “Glorious: The True Story of Florence Foster Jenkins, the Worst Singer in the World.” We were thrilled to bring this fascinating story to the Central Coast!

We now invite you to celebrate Mother’s Day weekend with a one-night only dinner theater performance of A. R. Gurney’s “Love Letters,” a nominee for the 1990 Pulitzer Prize for Drama. The show will be directed by Patricia Roby and performed for one night only on Saturday, May 13, 2017, in the Ellery Room at the Mission Club (formerly Village Country Club) at 4300 Club House Road in Lompoc. RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED BY TUESDAY, MAY 9. Tickets are $55 per person for the show and a three-course dinner from Sage Restaurant. Call 735-ACT1 (735-2281) for reservations and details. “Love Letters,” a unique and imaginative theater piece, is evocative, touching, and funny. Follow the lives of Melissa and Andrew in the heartfelt letters they write to each other from childhood through their golden years. Don’t miss this one-time event!

Next up will be a staged reading of John Patrick Shanley’s drama “Doubt” in mid-July, a dinner theater run of “Wally’s Café” at the Mission Club in late summer/early fall, and “An Implausible Claus” at Stone Pine Hall for the holiday season. Please join us for these events as we celebrate keeping theater LIVE in Lompoc since 1973!

 


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