Lake County Symphony
Season Tickets

Season ticket packages are now available for sale through the link on the HOME page of this website.  Not through this window. Click on the "Buy Symphony Season Tickets" link on the mid-left side of the HOME page. 

All performances will be at 2:00 pm on these dates: 

Fall Classical Favorites - Nov. 17, 2019
Christmas Celebration - Dec. 22, 2019
Mother's Day Pop Concert - May 10, 2020
Youth Orchestra Concert - June 7,  2020

 $100.00 - Premium seats - Section BB 
$ 85.00 - All other reserved seats

Membership in Lake County Symphony Assocation will give you a $10.00 discount.


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Mendocino College Theatre Arts
and Lake County Theatre Company present
      Chicago

Friday,       October 25,   7:00pm  
Saturday,  October 26,   7:00pm 
Sunday,    October 27,    2:00pm

Friday,        November 1,     7:00pm 
Saturday,   November 2,     7:00pm
Sunday,      November 3,    2:00pm

Friday,        November 8,    7:00pm
Saturday,   November 9,     7:00pm
Sunday,     November 10,   2:00pm

This Tony-Award winning show by Ebb, Fosse and Kander, holds the record as the longest-running musical in Broadway history.  It follows the would-be showgirl, Roxie pitted against the vaudeville star, Velma. It is loaded with gorgeous dancing and popular songs such as "All That Jazz."  The choreography and music bring the Roaring Twenties to dazzling life.

All seats are reserved.
Purchase early to get your preferred seats! 

Special Price for:
Opening Night and October 26th
$18 All Seats - IN ADVANCE 
$23 All Seats - AT THE DOOR

Regular Price of all other performances
October 27th through November 10th
$23  All Seats - IN ADVANCE
$28  All Seats - AT THE DOOR


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Classic Cinema 
20,000 Leagues
     Under The Sea

*** NOTE: 5th Tuesday- Not the 4th!

Tuesday, October 29, 2019
Shows at 1:00 and 6:00pm     

Doors open 30 minutes prior 


Sponsored by Diane Plante, CPA

The 1954 action-adventure, “20,000 Leagues Under the Sea,” starring Kirk Douglas and James Mason, screens at the Soper Reese Theatre on Tuesday, October 29, at 1:00 and 6:00 pm. Entry to the film is by donation.

One of Walt Disney's finest live-action adventures, this 1954 film, starring James Mason and Kirk Douglas, brings Jules Verne's classic sci-fi tale to vivid life, and features an awesome giant squid. Mason’s portrayal of Nemo, who’s taken to the sea as his refuge from the evils of mankind, is a hard-edged, standout, dramatic performance. Great entertainment for the whole family.

Rated G. Run time is 2 hours and 7 minutes.
Donations gratefully accepted at the door. 
Tickets not available online.
Assistive Listening devices are available.


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Classic Cinema 
A Man and A Woman

Tuesday, November 12, 2019
Shows at 1:00 and 6:00 pm     
        Doors open 30 mins prior
Sponsored by Michael Adams

Winner of two Oscars, for Best Foreign Film and for Best Original Screenplay, director Claude Lelouch’s 1966 ode to the aching beauty of falling in love is tender, charming, simple and so very French. Stars Jean-Louis Trintignant and Anouk Aimee. Features a musical score by Francis Lai that you’ll never forget.

Not rated, but does have adult themes and some nudity. Run time 1 hour and 42 minutes. The film will be shown in French with English subtitles.

Donations gratefully accepted at the door.
Tickets not available online.
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Soper Reese Theatre Invites You To Our First
Music Concert
Sponsor Night

Wednesday,  November 13, 2019
6:00 pm

Enjoy complimentary appetizers and beverages while learning about the theatre's 2020 concert season.  Whether you love jazz, classical, blues, world, boogie woogie or rock & roll, we're  hoping you'll find a show in the schedule you would like to sponsor.

Giving levels are available at $100, $200 and $500 for each show. Sponsor benefits include complimentary tickets and acknowlegement in all our marketing materials as well as on stage and on our web site.

If you can't be there but think you might like to be a sponsor, please contact Carol Hays at 707-263-0577 or info@soperreesetheatre.com for more information.

Concert schedule
12/7 Rothstein Christmas Show; 12/20 Funky Dozen Dance Party; 12/22 Symphony Christmas Concert; 1/11 Paul McCandless & Charged Particles; 1/18 Synergy Chamber Players; 1/25 Graventstein Mandolin Ensemble; 2/8 Billie Holiday Project with Stella Heath; 2/15 Trois Bois Chamber Music; 2/22 Tommy Thomsen Western Swing Dance Party, 3/8 Pianists Benefit for the Soper Reese and Mendocino College (sponsor levels this event only are $100, $300, $500); 3/14 Rural Jazz Collective; 3/21 Hella Piano Night with Wendy DeWitt; 3/28 Flute Viola Piano Chamber Trio; 4/4&5 Spring Dance Festival; 4/18 Daniel Sperry, Cello & the Spoken Word; 5/2 Bill Noteman & the Rockets; 5/10 Mother's Day Symphony; 5/16 Akira Tana Jazz; 5/23 Clean Sweep Dance Party; 7/12 Bastille Day Fete with French Oak Gypsy Band

NO TICKETS SOLD FOR THIS EVENT 


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3rd Friday Live
Blues Farm Band

Friday, November 15, 2019 
7:00pm
  Doors open at 6:30

The Blues Farm plays its unique brand of funky, hip shakin’ Lake County Blues with a healthy dose of Chicago, Memphis, and Mississippi mixed in. Driven by Mojo Larry on guitar and Dave Broida on Harmonica/Vocals. Cory Hyatt is on keyboards. The group is backed by the rock solid rhythm section of Sue Hill on bass and Steve Dubois on drums, all to get the good times rolling.

Open Seating. Dance floor open.
$15

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.


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Lake County Symphony
Dress Rehearsal
Fall Concert

Sunday, November 17, 2019
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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Lake County Symphony
Fall Concert

Sunday, November 17, 2019
2:00 pm     Doors open at 1:30

This year's fall concert features Nathan Crozier who performs the Bach Violin Concerto in E Major. Also on the program are Haydn's "Drum Roll" symphony, the Jolly Robbers Overture, and the Radetzky March. The LCSA Youth Orchestra will also play. John Parkinson, conductor. Andi Skelton, concertmaster.

$25 for general assigned seats
$30 for Premium assigned seats, Section BB
$5 discount for LCSA members
     (Lake County Symphony Association)

You may purchase Season Tickets thru the "Buy Season Tickets" button on the Home page of this website.


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 Music of 20th Century Paris
SonoMusette

Saturday, November 23, 2019
7:00 pm    
Doors Open at 6:30pm

Led by Parisian singer Mimi Pirard, SonoMusette authentically recreates the evocative and moody sound of the music scene of mid-1900s Paris.
Performing songs made famous by Edith Piaf, Jacques Brel, Charles Trenet, and other iconic performers of the era, SonoMusette taps that nostalgia with artistry in vocals and instrumentation.  SonoMusette's renditions of these timeless French classics provide a freshness and excitement that is contemporary, yet faithful to the spirit and tradition of the original versions.

Mimi Pirard - vocals
Robert Lunceford - accordion
Jan Martinelli - upright bass & piano
Isaac Vandeveer - guitar & bass
Richard Andrews - drums

$25.00-Tables
$20.00-Center Loge  
$15.00-Side Loges

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.


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Classic Cinema 
Gaslight 

Tuesday, November 26, 2019

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

Sponsored by Tomkins Tax Consultants

Stars Ingrid Bergman, Charles Boyer and Joseph Cotten. Filmed in black and white, set in foggy Victorian England, and directed by George Cukor. This dark, Hitchcock-like mystery, made in 1944, brought Bergman her first Best Actress Oscar. It also features an 18 year old Angela Lansbury in her first film role.

Rated PG. Run time 1 hr 54 minutes.
Donations gratefully accepted at the door. 
Tickets not available online.
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Classic Cinema 
Adam's Rib

Tuesday, December 10, 2019
Shows at 1:00 and 6:00 pm     
        Doors open 30 mins prior
Sponsored by Jon Henderson

Written by Ruth Gordon and Garson Kanin, and directed by George Cukor, this sophisticated 1949 comedy pits Spencer Tracy’s sly listlessness against Katherine Hepburn’s strident personality. The sparks between them create that perfect chemistry the pair exhibited both on and off the screen. Making film debuts were David Wayne, Tom Ewell, and Jean Hagen. Gordon and Kanin received an Oscar nomination for best screenplay. 

Not rated. Run time 1 hour 30 minutes.
Donations gratefully accepted at the door. 
Tickets not available online.
Assistive Listening devices are available.


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KPFZ 88.1 FM presents
BIG BROTHER &  
    THE HOLDING
         COMPANY

Saturday, December 14, 2019
7:00 pm Doors open at 6:30

KPFZ 88.1 FM presents Big Brother & The Holding Company - Janis Joplin's original band -- with co-founder Peter Albin and original band member Dave Getz, along with Tom Finch, David  Aguilar, and singer Darby Gould, who succeeded Grace Slick in Jefferson Starship.  They perform many of the hits originally done by Janis Joplin.  Big Brother's 1968 album Cheap Thrills is widely recognized as one of the greatest classic rock albums of all time.

All seats reserved. 
$35 -Orchestra (All) 
       -Sec. BB Rows K & L
       -Sec AA & CC Rows G to L
        (Red) on the Seating Chart
$27 Center Loge Sec BB Rows M, N, & P;
       -Side Loges - Sec AA & CC Rows M thru Q 
        (Blue) on the Seating Chart
$22  Side Loge Sec AA & CC  Rows R, S, & T 
        (Yellow) on the Seating Chart

Food by Wholly Bowl

KPFZ members receive a $3.00 discount.  Available online with the special code or present your KPFZ card when purchasing at the Box Office, The Travel Center, or at the Door.

Dance floor open.


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Classic Cinema 
The Maltese Falcon 

Tuesday, December 17, 2019

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

Sponsored by Mo Carpenter and
Carpenter & Carpenter

Many film historians consider this 1941 murder mystery the first in the film noir genre. It put down the foundations for that moody, black and white image of mean streets, knife-edged heroes, dark shadows and tough dames. Based on Dashiell Hammett’s detective classic, the film is also noted for John Huston’s directorial debut and Sydney Greenstreet’s first film role. Then there’s Humphrey Bogart who rose to stardom as the hard-boiled San Francisco private eye, Sam Spade.

Rated PG. Run time 1 hour  41 minutes.
Donations gratefully accepted at the door. 
Tickets not available online.
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