CD Release Party
Nancy Wright: Alive & Blue

Saturday, August 24, 2019
7:00 pm     Doors open 6:30 pm

Dubbed one of the country’s best female saxophonists, Nancy Wright celebrates the introduction of her latest CD, “Alive & Blue.”
Wright has played her wailin’, soulful blues alongside John Lee Hooker, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Albert King, and Joe Louis Walker. She has just been nominated for the prestigious Blues Music Award for the third consecutive year. Playing with Wright is the Rhythm & Roots band led by Jules Leyhe, blues guitar; with Isaac Schwartz, percussion; and Ian McArdle, keyboard.

Tickets $15
Open seating. Dance floor open.


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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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Classic Cinema 
For Whom the Bell Tolls
Tuesday, August 27, 2019
Shows at 1:00 & 6:00 pm   
Doors open 30 mins. prior

Sponsored by Jim & Carol Dvorak in Honor of John McCain

This 1943 adventure drama stars Gary Cooper and Ingrid Bergman and is based on the novel by Ernest Hemingway. It's a tale of love, derring-do, and sacrifice during the Spanish Civil War, laced with kind of tragic fatalism. Hemingway himself chose Cooper and Bergman to play the leads, with both of the actors receiving Academy Award nominations.

Rated G. Run time is 2 hours and 40 minutes.
Donations gratefully accepted at the door. 
Tickets not available online.
Assistive Listening devices are available.


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Classic Cinema 
Captain Horatio Hornblower

Tuesday, September 10, 2019
Shows at 1:00 and 6:00 pm     
        Doors open 30 mins prior
Sponsored by Lakeport Yacht Club

This swashbuckling 1951 high seas drama, set in the late 1800s in Central America, finds its hero caught up in the shifting political tensions between Spain and England. Gregory Peck takes on the role of the title character, a famous Napoleon-era British captain created in the novels of C.S. Forester (who also wrote “The African Queen”). Filmed in stunning Technicolor with a marvelous score, the Raoul Walsh-directed film is full of exciting battle scenes juxtaposed by gentle and moving romantic moments.

Rated G. Run time 1 hour 57 minutes.
Donations gratefully accepted at the door. 
Tickets not available online.
Assistive Listening devices are available.


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Third Friday Live
Take 4 Jazz

Friday, September 20, 2019 
7:00pm
  Doors open at 6:30

This smooth, local group performs its own arrangements of  music from Antonio Carlos Jobim, Dave Brubeck, Paul Desmond, Charles Mingus, Paul McCartney, Van Morrison, Herbie Hancock, and Michael Bublé.

Matt Cameron (guitar/vocals) and Tom Ganoung (piano/keyboards/vocals) teach music at Ukiah School of Music. Larry Puterbaugh (bass/vocals), has taught music for many years in the Ukiah Unified School District, and joins up with Matt to teach rock band at Pomolita Middle School in Ukiah. John Sheridan (drums, percussion/vocals) plays at various music venues, and with the Lake County Symphony Orchestra.

Open Seating
$15.00

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

Dance Floor Open


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Classic Cinema 
The Miracle Worker

Tuesday, September 24, 2019

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

Sponsored by California Retired Teachers Association,
                           CalRTA Div. 35

Arthur Penn directed this tense and riveting 1962 film version of William Gibson’s play about Helen Keller (Patty Duke), a blind and deaf adolescent whose increasingly wild, angry behavior causes her desperate parents to hire teacher Anne Sullivan (Anne Bancroft) whose methods are forceful and unusual. Bancroft and Duke both won Academy Awards for their startling, physical performances.

Not rated. Run time is 1 hour and 47 minutes.
Donations gratefully accepted at the door. 
Tickets not available online.
Assistive Listening devices are available.


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Classic Cinema 
Cat Ballou

Tuesday, October 8, 2019
Shows at 1:00 and 6:00pm   Doors open 30 minutes prior
Sponsored by Tomkins Tax Consultants

Jane Fonda and Lee Marvinstar in this 1965 first rate parody of the Western genre. This showcase for Marvin’s comedic talents brought him an Academy Award for his portrayal of good guy/bad guy twin brothers. The story's plot lines are cleverly linked by Nat 'King' Cole (in his last film appearance) and Stubby Kaye, a pair of banjo strumming balladeers. Fonda is the young and innocent title character who turns herself into a gunslinger in order to avenge her rancher father’s murder.

Rated G. Run time is 1 hour and 37 minutes.
Donations gratefully accepted at the door.
Tickets not available online.
Assistive Listening devices are available.


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Lake County Theatre Company  presents
      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.
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