Gen - X  Cinema
E.T., The Extra-Terrestrial
Wednesday, December 12
7:00 pm

Sponsored by the Joshua Hansen Scholarship Fund and Poppy's Nursery

Steven Spielberg's opus, “E.T., The Extra-Terrestrial,” plays as both an exciting sci-fi adventure and a remarkable portrait of childhood. The touching tale of a homesick alien remains a piece of movie magic for young and old. Winner of four Academy Awards including Best Score by John Williams.

Rated PG. Run time 1 hr 54 mins.
No tickets sold for this event.
Donations accepted at the door.
Assistive listening devices available.


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Lake County Symphony
Dress Rehearsal
Christmas Symphony

Sunday, December 16, 2018
11:00 am - Doors open at 10:30am

See following listing for description of program.

Open Seating
$5.00 - Adults  
Free - Children 18 & under


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Christmas Celebration with the Lake County Symphony

Sunday, December 16, 2018
2:00pm   
Doors open at 1:30

The Lake County Symphony Association presents its annual Christmas Concert featuring vocal soloists Heather McFadden, Lorraine Gatton, and Sarah Cunningham with her daughter Celia. They will be singing Sleigh Ride, White Christmas and other holiday favorites. There will be an audience carol sing along and a performance of the Hallelujah Chorus. 

John Parkinson conducting. Also featuring the LCSA Youth Orchestra.

$25 for general assigned seats
$30 for Premium assigned seats, Section BB (Red)
$5 discount for LCSA members


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Classic Cinema
The Shop Around the Corner
Tuesday, December 18
Shows at 1:00 and 6:00 pm

Sponsored by Nancy Rhoades and Susie Darnell

James Stewart and Margaret Sullavan star in this 1940 romantic comedy deftly directed by Ernst Lubitsch from a smart, funny script by Samson Raphaelson. Two employees in a small notions store clash on the job, and are surprised to learn the pen pal they have each been writing to, and falling in love with, is no other than that same workplace nemesis.

Not rated. Run time 1 hour and 39 minutes.
Donations graciously accepted at the door.
Tickets not available online.
Assistive Listening devices are available.

Matinee Show 
12:30 pm doors open. 1:00 pm movie begins.

Evening Show
5:30 pm doors open. 6:00 pm movie begins.


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Special Christmas Show
3rd Friday Live with the

Funky Dozen

Friday, December 21, 2018
7:00pm Doors Open at 6:30pm

Major sponsor Strong Financial Network.
Also sponsored by KXBX 98.3 and KNTI 99.5.

With a fluid mixture of core and new members, this lively group blends classic guitar and percussion, with a brass section that blows the roof off. Musical influences include Stevie Wonder, Earth Wind and Fire, Aretha Franklin, and KC and the Sunshine Band. Current lead vocalists include Kristin Petersen, Cynthia Ganoung, Mary Swehla, and Steven Pulido.

Tables - $20.00  
Loge $15.00
Reserved seating
Dance floor open 


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New Year's Eve Party
With the LC Diamonds

Monday, December 31, 2018
Doors open at 8:00 pm

Put on your glittery accessories, get dressed up in your best party attire, and get ready to welcome 2019 surrounded by your favorite people. With our diamond-studded NYE 2019 dance party and countdown, featuring everyone’s favorite band, the LC Diamonds, you’ll be celebrating in style. Your ticket includes unlimited savory appetizers, party favors, and champagne toast at midnight. Our no-host bar will be fully-stocked with fine wine, beer, and champagne. Let's party! 

$40 per seat in the Loge
$50 per seat at a Table (Red) OR
$250 for a Table for 4 (Blue)
If you purchase a blue "Table for 4" online, click on all 4 seats & then confirm. You will not be able to pick only 1, 2, or 3 seats.


 

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Saturday Night Jazz Club
Ben Rosenblum Trio
Saturday, January 5, 2019
7:00pm       Doors Open 6:30pm
Sponsored by Bob & Karen Ellenberg and by Sandy & Rick Orwig

First of four shows in the Saturday Night Jazz Club series.This young trio consistently wows audiences with a fine blend of smooth jazz. We’re excited to welcome them back after a knock out show at the Soper Reese earlier this year. Pianist and composer, Ben Rosenblum, has been described as “a conservatoire ace” and “ the kind of cat that’s going to go the distance.” He’s a Juilliard-trained jazz pianist based in New York City who has won numerous awards. Joining Ben is Columbia University student, Kanoa Mendenhall, on upright bass. She was born in Yokohama, Japan, raised by two pianists, and started playing jazz cello at age 10. Drummer and composer, Ben Zweig, is a recipient of the New Jersey Governor’s Award in Jazz Excellence and has toured internationally.

All seats $20. Open Seating.

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

This is a 4 part series. A $10.00 discount is offered if you want to purchase tickets to all 4 shows up to and including the day of the first show (Jan. 5, 2019). Go to the front page of our website and choose the "Buy Season Tickets" button and pick the Jazz Series option (Youth tickets are not an option).


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Classic Cinema
The Marx Brothers
At the Circus

Tuesday, January 8
Shows at 1:00 and 6:00 pm 

Sponsored by Michael Lorenzini

“At the Circus” keeps audiences happy with Groucho’s perfect rendition of “Lydia the Tattooed Lady,” as well as the film’s wacky denouement with a pompous conductor and orchestra set adrift in the ocean. Don’t miss grand dame Margaret Dumont who gets shot out of a cannon. There’s plenty of witty Groucho zingers and vintage Harpo madness to go around too.

Rated NR - Run time  1 hr  27 mins.

Donations graciously accepted at the door. 
Tickets not available online.
Assistive Listening devices are available.

Matinee Show 
12:30 pm doors open. 1:00 pm movie begins.

Evening Show
5:30 pm doors open. 6:00 pm movie begins.


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Third Friday Live
Bill Noteman
& the Rockets
Friday, January 18
7:00 pm     Doors open 6:30 pm

Major sponsor: Strong Financial Network. Also sponsored by KXBX 98.3 and KNTI 99.5.  

Bill Noteman, harmonica virtuoso and entertaining front man, is skillfully supported by original members and local legends "Mojo" Larry Platz on guitar, David “Rockin 88’s" Neft on keyboards, bassist Dave “Fingers” Falco and drummer Steve "The Shuffler" DuBois. Don't miss the great dance party this down and dirty, body shakin' blues outfit brings to the Soper Reese every January.

Tickets $15
Open seating. Dance floor open.


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Contemporary Chamber
 
Sukay's Pachamama Band
Sunday, January 20
2:00 pm     Doors open 1:30 pm

Major sponsor: Kirsten Olson
Also sponsored by the Tallman Hotel and Blue Wing Saloon

First of four shows in the Contemporary Chamber series. This performance features chamber music with a world music influence featuring two-time Latin Grammy nominee and virtuoso of the charango, Eddy Navia. He is joined by renown violinist Georges Lammam, master guitarist Freddy Clarke and Sukay's founder Quentin Navia. They come together in this inspired and unique performance of rumba, flamenco, Latin American, Middle Eastern and Andean music where each player brings his unique musical tradition to create a extraordinary and beautiful collaboration of international musical fusion.

$20. Open Seating.
Free for age 18 and under.

A Season Ticket Subscription Package is available up to and including the 1st performance. Package seat is $70, a $10 discount. 

To purchase the Package, please go back to our home page and click on "Buy Season Tickets." Or call 263-0577 and we will contact you.


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Classic Cinema
2001: A Space Odyssey
Tuesday, January 22
Shows at 1:00 and 6:00 pm 

Sponsored by Mike Bielenberg & Val Schweifler

One of the most influential of all sci-fi films, and one of the most controversial, Stanley Kubrick's 1968 opus is a delicate, poetic meditation on the ingenuity and the folly of mankind. Set to the music of Johann Strauss and punctuated by mind-blowing imagery that has to be seen on the big screen to be appreciated.

Rated  G - Run time  2 hrs  29  mins.

Donations graciously accepted at the door. 
Tickets not available online.
Assistive Listening devices are available.

Matinee Show 
12:30 pm doors open. 1:00 pm movie begins.

Evening Show
5:30 pm doors open. 6:00 pm movie begins.


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Lake County Office of Education presents 
Trauma-Informed
Resilience Building Workshop
  

Wednesday, January 23, 2019
8:30 am to 4:30 pm

Toxic Stress: Applying Research to Practice.
Learn to identify what toxic stress is, describe it's impact on the community, and evaluate how we can work together to effectively address this important issue.

Presented by Gabriella Grant, Executive Director of the Center of Excellence for Trauma-Informed Care.

Open to the public. Free admission.

Register Here

For more information contact Ana Santana, (707) 263-8918 ext. 295.


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PBS Series
Art21: San Francisco Bay Area

Thursday,  January 24, 2019
7:00pm
Sponsored by Michael Adams and by an anonymous donor  

The first of a four-part series chosen from the award winning Art In the Twenty-First Century (Art21) program produced by PBS. Viewers will travel the world to meet the leading creative visual artists of our time who draw upon their relationships with the locations and people where they live and work.

The January show meets with San Francisco artists, Katy Grannan, Stephanie Syjuco, Lynn Hershman Leeson, and various artists from the Creative Growth Art Center in Oakland. The work of these ground-breaking artists can be seen in collections at the New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Smithsonian Museums.

Donations graciously accepted at the door.
Tickets not available online.
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Lake County Arts Council Presents
Poetry Out Loud
Saturday, January 26, 2019
2:00pm     
Doors Open at 1:30pm

This national poetry recitation competition will feature students from Lake County high schools. Winners at this event will go on to compete at the state level. The national competition takes place in Washington DC in April. The program is supported and promoted by the Lake County Arts Council, the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), the Poetry Foundation and the CA Arts Council. 

Open Seating. Free to the public. 


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