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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


Our Next Meeting
Tue January 24th at 7PM in Stone Pine Hall

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Glorious: The True Story of Florence Foster Jenkins, the Worst Singer in the World

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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






Winter 2017 Message from LCT Board President Larry McLellan

Happy New Year from everyone at LCT! We finished 2016 with a celebratory Holiday Open House on December 17 coordinated by Board Member Melissa Pruitt. LCT members Anne Ramsey and Chris Jeszeck coordinated carolers who performed around town before the evening event at Stone Pine Hall. Thanks to all who joined in the celebration, including our carolers, readers, bakers, and Santa!

Now it’s on to our exciting 2017 season! Our first show is Peter Quilter’s hilarious and heart-warming comedy “Glorious: The True Story of Florence Foster Jenkins, the Worst Singer in the World.” The show will be directed by Larry McLellan and performed at the Civic Auditorium on weekends from March 24 through April 9. Florence was the performer everyone wanted to see live in 1940's New York. She was an enthusiastic soprano whose pitch was far from perfect. But this delusional and joyously happy woman paid little attention to her critics; instead she was surrounded by a circle of devoted friends who were almost as eccentric as she was.

Other plans for 2017 include a one-night only dinner theater performance of “Love Letters” on Mother’s Day Weekend, a staged reading of John Patrick Shanley’s drama “Doubt” in mid-July, a dinner theater run at the Village Country Club in late summer/early fall, and a holiday show at Stone Pine Hall at the end of the year. We hope you’ll join us for these events as we celebrate keeping theater LIVE in Lompoc since 1973!

 


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