Lake County Symphony Association

Youth Orchestra Concert

Sunday, June 7, 2020 
2:00 pm   
Doors open at 1:30

THIS EVENT IS CANCELED

The newly expanded Youth Orchestra presents a program to be announced soon.

 Also performing are the LCSA string classes.

Adults--$10

Children 18 and under-- free
Season ticket holders--free


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Classic Cinema 
Paper Moon

Tuesday,  June 9, 2020
Shows at 1:00 and 6:00 pm     
        Doors open 30 mins prior
Sponsored by Bill Krantz 

With Tatum O’Neal making a sensational screen debut at age 9, “Paper Moon” is everything a road picture is supposed to be, a life-changing personal journey, a quest, a bit old-fashioned and a hoot. Directed by Peter Bogdanovich and set in Depression era Kansas, this is an enchanting tale about two drifters who become unlikely partners when a Bible salesman (Tatum's father, Ryan O'Neal) realizes a tough little girl boosts his con. Madeline Kahn gets an Oscar nomination for her supporting role as a stripper who tosses off some saucy one-liners. Made in 1973.

Rated PG. Run time 1 hour and 45 minutes.
Donations gratefully accepted at the door. 
Tickets not available online.
Assistive Listening devices are available.


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Classic Cinema 
Yankee Doodle Dandy

Tuesday, June 23

Shows at 1:00 and 6:00pm  
Doors open 30 minutes prior

Sponsored by Kathy Jansen

Here's a rousing, old-fashioned 1942 biopic of patriotic Broadway showman George M. Cohan, played with energy and gusto by James Cagney in his only Oscar-winning performance.

This is a vigorous World War II, flag-waving epic jammed with Cohan’s most famous anthems such as “The Yankee Doodle Boy,” “Over There,” and “You’re A Grand Old Flag,” and is filled with Cohan’s zeal for the dream of America as a place of the noblest aspirations and highest opportunities.

Cagney considered this his favorite role, a relief from playing gangsters, and a rare chance to show off his song-and-dance skills.

Rated G. Run time 2 hours 6 minutes.
Donations gratefully accepted at the door. 
Tickets not available online.
Assistive Listening devices are available.


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Dance Party

Bastille Day Fête
with the French Oak Gypsy Band and My Divas

Sunday, July 12, 2020
7:00 pm     
Doors open 6:30

Sponsored by Kurt & Denis Combs, Strong Financial Network, and Carol & Steve Schepper

Due to the Covid-19 guidelines, we are uncertain if this event will be able to occur.  So, we have temporarially blocked further sales until we know what will happen! Fingers crossed!

In celebration of France’s national holiday, Bastille Day, this evening of French-themed fun includes live music, dancing, surprise guests, food á la française, wine and song. Wear your favorite French outfit, bring your worst French accent, and get ready for a rousing sing-along of the French national anthem.

Headliner the French Oak Gypsy Band gives a fresh spin on French and American Swing Era classics with a repertoire from French Chanson, Gypsy Jazz, Dixieland Jazz. North Bay vocalist, Stella Heath, and French/American guitar player, Gabriel Pirard, lead this group of gypsies in their undeniably fun performances.  

Can-Can girls painting by Michelle Price.

$25 - Table Seats  (Blue)
$20 - Center Loge (Sec BB)
$15 - Side Loge (Sec. AA & CC)

Theatre members (Patron Level and Above) receive an automatic discount online and in advance at the box office, or ask for it at the Door.

Dance floor open


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Classic Cinema 
Hatari!

Tuesday,  July 28, 2020
Shows at 1:00 and 6:00 pm     
        Doors open 30 mins prior

Sponsored by Rick & Sandy Orwig

This 1962 action adventure stars John Wayne, Red Buttons and Elsa Martinelli. A late-in-career masterpiece by director Howard Hawks its filled with big game chases across the Tanzania veldt with plenty of slapstick humor and a marvelous Henry Mancini score.

Hawks explores his favorite themes, professional conduct and male camaraderie, through an international team of wild animal catchers under contract from zoos.

The cinematography is monumental, with sweeping vistas of tawny African plains surrounded by cloud-covered mountains, shots of a tree full of chattering monkeys, and three baby elephants who playfully charge through the streets of Arusha. Not to fear for the wildlife as the boys are in it for the money, and the captive animals are treated as cherished assets.

Not rated. Run time is 2 hours and 37 minutes.
Donations gratefully accepted at the door. 
Tickets not available online.
Assistive Listening devices are available.


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Classic Cinema 
Sabrina

Tuesday,  August 11, 2020
Shows at 1:00 and 6:00 pm     
 Doors open 30 mins prior
Sponsored by Jim & Carol Dvorak 

A slightly cockeyed Cinderella story with two millionaire brothers (Humphrey Bogart and William Holden) vying for the attentions of the chauffeur’s stunning daughter (Audrey Hepburn) who has just returned to the homestead after a two year Parisian education.

Bogart is the man of plastic, devoted to The Wall Street Journal and nothing else. Holden is the scoffing playboy interested only in beautiful women and fast cars.

There is a fuzzy, fairytale logic to this 1954 love triangle that director Billy Wilder converts into abundant charm and humor. Oscar nominee for Best Actress, Best Director and Best Screenplay.

Rated G. Run time is 1 hour and 53 minutes.
Donations gratefully accepted at the door. 
Tickets not available online.
Assistive Listening devices are available.


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Classic Cinema 
Revenge of the Panther

Tuesday,  August 25, 2020
Shows at 1:00 and 6:00 pm     
Doors open 30 mins prior

Sponsored by Tomkins Tax Consultants

Sixth in the series, Pink Panther fans will be delighted to see all the best things about this Peter Sellers/Blake Edwards/Henry Mancini 1978 collaboration, including ridiculous disguises, hilarious one-liners, artful slapstick, and a Grammy nominated score.

The physical and verbal jokes work beautifully, and the comic acting of Sellers and his co-star Dyan Cannon is deft. Sadly, this film was Sellers’ final Inspector Clouseau performance before his death in 1980.

Rated PG. Run time is 1 hour and 33 minutes.
Donations gratefully accepted at the door. 
Tickets not available online.
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Classic Cinema 
Treasure Island

Tuesday,  September 8, 2020
Shows at 1:00 and 6:00 pm     
Doors open 30 mins prior
Sponsored by the Lakeport Yacht Club  

Robert Louis Stevenson's classic children's tale receives an excellent treatment in this 1934 MGM production helmed by director Victor Fleming. As the lovable tyrant, Long John Silver, Wallace Beery is ideal, fully capturing the particulars of his complex character. As young Jim Hawkins, Jackie Cooper wonderfully embodies a wide-eyed and confused young boy. A cast of classic supporting actors rounds out the cast including Lionel Barrymore and Nigel Bruce.

"Treasure Island" is a fine adaptation that captures the adventurous and often wicked spirit of the novel.

Not rated. Run time is 1 hour and 50 minutes.
Donations gratefully accepted at the door. 
Tickets not available online.
Assistive Listening devices are available.


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