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September 2016

What’s in a Name?

September 30 @ 7:00 pm
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Presented by The Central Coast Follies

Reserved Seating: Gold Circle: $32, Silver Seating: $24, Bronze Boxes: $21

The Central Coast Follies was born in 2003, inspired by Emily McGinn and a group of community-minded, compassionate and energetic vintage dancers who wanted to perform. Their teacher/choreographer, Jason Sumabat, suggested a benefit performance for a worthy cause that would help many people. Member Dixie Parker suggested the group adopt Parkinson’s Disease research, having learned that not only was this an underfunded area but also that many of the founding Follies dancers had family members or close friends afflicted with this dread disease. Operating under the umbrella of the Central Coast Parkinson Support Group – and with the collaboration of the Parkinson Support Group of Santa Maria – the Follies teamed with the national Parkinson Alliance, insuring that a significant portion of the group’s donation would be directed toward research.

TO DATE, THE CENTRAL COAST FOLLIES HAS DONATED $323,500 TO THE PARKINSON ALLIANCE IN AN EFFORT TO FUND PROMISING RESEARCH INTO BETTER MODALITIES FOR TREATING PARKINSON’S DISEASE AS WELL AS SEARCHING FOR A CURE.


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October 2016

What’s in a Name?

October 1 @ 3:00 pm
follies2016

Presented by The Central Coast Follies

Reserved Seating: Gold Circle: $32, Silver Seating: $24, Bronze Boxes: $21

The Central Coast Follies was born in 2003, inspired by Emily McGinn and a group of community-minded, compassionate and energetic vintage dancers who wanted to perform. Their teacher/choreographer, Jason Sumabat, suggested a benefit performance for a worthy cause that would help many people. Member Dixie Parker suggested the group adopt Parkinson’s Disease research, having learned that not only was this an underfunded area but also that many of the founding Follies dancers had family members or close friends afflicted with this dread disease. Operating under the umbrella of the Central Coast Parkinson Support Group – and with the collaboration of the Parkinson Support Group of Santa Maria – the Follies teamed with the national Parkinson Alliance, insuring that a significant portion of the group’s donation would be directed toward research.

TO DATE, THE CENTRAL COAST FOLLIES HAS DONATED $323,500 TO THE PARKINSON ALLIANCE IN AN EFFORT TO FUND PROMISING RESEARCH INTO BETTER MODALITIES FOR TREATING PARKINSON’S DISEASE AS WELL AS SEARCHING FOR A CURE.


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What’s in a Name?

October 2 @ 3:00 pm
follies2016

Presented by The Central Coast Follies

Reserved Seating: Gold Circle: $32, Silver Seating: $24, Bronze Boxes: $21

The Central Coast Follies was born in 2003, inspired by Emily McGinn and a group of community-minded, compassionate and energetic vintage dancers who wanted to perform. Their teacher/choreographer, Jason Sumabat, suggested a benefit performance for a worthy cause that would help many people. Member Dixie Parker suggested the group adopt Parkinson’s Disease research, having learned that not only was this an underfunded area but also that many of the founding Follies dancers had family members or close friends afflicted with this dread disease. Operating under the umbrella of the Central Coast Parkinson Support Group – and with the collaboration of the Parkinson Support Group of Santa Maria – the Follies teamed with the national Parkinson Alliance, insuring that a significant portion of the group’s donation would be directed toward research.

TO DATE, THE CENTRAL COAST FOLLIES HAS DONATED $323,500 TO THE PARKINSON ALLIANCE IN AN EFFORT TO FUND PROMISING RESEARCH INTO BETTER MODALITIES FOR TREATING PARKINSON’S DISEASE AS WELL AS SEARCHING FOR A CURE.


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What’s in a Name?

October 7 @ 7:00 pm
follies2016

Presented by The Central Coast Follies

Reserved Seating: Gold Circle: $32, Silver Seating: $24, Bronze Boxes: $21

The Central Coast Follies was born in 2003, inspired by Emily McGinn and a group of community-minded, compassionate and energetic vintage dancers who wanted to perform. Their teacher/choreographer, Jason Sumabat, suggested a benefit performance for a worthy cause that would help many people. Member Dixie Parker suggested the group adopt Parkinson’s Disease research, having learned that not only was this an underfunded area but also that many of the founding Follies dancers had family members or close friends afflicted with this dread disease. Operating under the umbrella of the Central Coast Parkinson Support Group – and with the collaboration of the Parkinson Support Group of Santa Maria – the Follies teamed with the national Parkinson Alliance, insuring that a significant portion of the group’s donation would be directed toward research.

TO DATE, THE CENTRAL COAST FOLLIES HAS DONATED $323,500 TO THE PARKINSON ALLIANCE IN AN EFFORT TO FUND PROMISING RESEARCH INTO BETTER MODALITIES FOR TREATING PARKINSON’S DISEASE AS WELL AS SEARCHING FOR A CURE.


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What’s in a Name?

October 8 @ 3:00 pm
follies2016

Presented by The Central Coast Follies

Reserved Seating: Gold Circle: $32, Silver Seating: $24, Bronze Boxes: $21

The Central Coast Follies was born in 2003, inspired by Emily McGinn and a group of community-minded, compassionate and energetic vintage dancers who wanted to perform. Their teacher/choreographer, Jason Sumabat, suggested a benefit performance for a worthy cause that would help many people. Member Dixie Parker suggested the group adopt Parkinson’s Disease research, having learned that not only was this an underfunded area but also that many of the founding Follies dancers had family members or close friends afflicted with this dread disease. Operating under the umbrella of the Central Coast Parkinson Support Group – and with the collaboration of the Parkinson Support Group of Santa Maria – the Follies teamed with the national Parkinson Alliance, insuring that a significant portion of the group’s donation would be directed toward research.

TO DATE, THE CENTRAL COAST FOLLIES HAS DONATED $323,500 TO THE PARKINSON ALLIANCE IN AN EFFORT TO FUND PROMISING RESEARCH INTO BETTER MODALITIES FOR TREATING PARKINSON’S DISEASE AS WELL AS SEARCHING FOR A CURE.


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What’s in a Name?

October 9 @ 3:00 pm
follies2016

Presented by The Central Coast Follies

Reserved Seating: Gold Circle: $32, Silver Seating: $24, Bronze Boxes: $21

The Central Coast Follies was born in 2003, inspired by Emily McGinn and a group of community-minded, compassionate and energetic vintage dancers who wanted to perform. Their teacher/choreographer, Jason Sumabat, suggested a benefit performance for a worthy cause that would help many people. Member Dixie Parker suggested the group adopt Parkinson’s Disease research, having learned that not only was this an underfunded area but also that many of the founding Follies dancers had family members or close friends afflicted with this dread disease. Operating under the umbrella of the Central Coast Parkinson Support Group – and with the collaboration of the Parkinson Support Group of Santa Maria – the Follies teamed with the national Parkinson Alliance, insuring that a significant portion of the group’s donation would be directed toward research.

TO DATE, THE CENTRAL COAST FOLLIES HAS DONATED $323,500 TO THE PARKINSON ALLIANCE IN AN EFFORT TO FUND PROMISING RESEARCH INTO BETTER MODALITIES FOR TREATING PARKINSON’S DISEASE AS WELL AS SEARCHING FOR A CURE.


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Animal Farm

October 14 @ 7:00 pm
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Presented by AGHS Theatre Company

General Admission: $8 Students, $10 Seniors, $12 adult – $2 More at the Door!

George Orwell’s satire on the perils of Stalinism has proved magnificently long-lived as a parable about totalitarianism anywhere and has given the world at least one immortal phrase: “Some are more equal than others.” The animals on a farm drive out their master and take over and run the farm for themselves. The experiment is successful, except that someone has to take the deposed farmer’s place. Leadership devolves upon the pigs, which are cleverer than the rest of the animals. Unfortunately, their character is not equal to their intelligence.

Suitability: PG-13 – for violence and mature subject matter


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Animal Farm

October 15 @ 2:00 pm
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Presented by AGHS Theatre Company

General Admission: $8 Students, $10 Seniors, $12 adult – $2 More at the Door!

George Orwell’s satire on the perils of Stalinism has proved magnificently long-lived as a parable about totalitarianism anywhere and has given the world at least one immortal phrase: “Some are more equal than others.” The animals on a farm drive out their master and take over and run the farm for themselves. The experiment is successful, except that someone has to take the deposed farmer’s place. Leadership devolves upon the pigs, which are cleverer than the rest of the animals. Unfortunately, their character is not equal to their intelligence.

Suitability: PG-13 – for violence and mature subject matter


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Animal Farm

October 15 @ 7:00 pm
animalfarmposter

Presented by AGHS Theatre Company

General Admission: $8 Students, $10 Seniors, $12 adult – $2 More at the Door!

George Orwell’s satire on the perils of Stalinism has proved magnificently long-lived as a parable about totalitarianism anywhere and has given the world at least one immortal phrase: “Some are more equal than others.” The animals on a farm drive out their master and take over and run the farm for themselves. The experiment is successful, except that someone has to take the deposed farmer’s place. Leadership devolves upon the pigs, which are cleverer than the rest of the animals. Unfortunately, their character is not equal to their intelligence.

Suitability: PG-13 – for violence and mature subject matter


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Bette and Her Divine Divas!

October 15 @ 7:30 pm
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Presented by DHS Entertainment

Reserved Seating: Gold Circle: $46, Silver Seating: $36, Bronze Boxes: $29

Sherie Rae Parker is back! In her incomparable tribute to Bette Midler, Sherie has performed on TV, radio and movies. Direct from Legends in Concert, the longest running show in Las Vegas, and Stars in Concert in Berlin, Sherie joins her talented Divas for an unforgettable evening.

Joining Bette onstage is Roz Thomas as the legendary Diana Ross and Katy Setterfield as the iconic Dusty Springfield. Together, Bette and Her Divine Divas will create a magical night of music that will bring back memories and make you want to sing along and dance in the aisles.

You’ll enjoy unforgettable hits like, “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough”…”Baby Love”…”You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me”…”Son of a Preacher Man”…”Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy”…”The Rose.”

Where can you see Dusty Springfield, Diana Ross and Bette Midler on one stage? Only at Bette & Her Divine Divas.


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Animal Farm

October 20 @ 7:00 pm
animalfarmposter

Presented by AGHS Theatre Company

General Admission: $8 Students, $10 Seniors, $12 adult – $2 More at the Door!

George Orwell’s satire on the perils of Stalinism has proved magnificently long-lived as a parable about totalitarianism anywhere and has given the world at least one immortal phrase: “Some are more equal than others.” The animals on a farm drive out their master and take over and run the farm for themselves. The experiment is successful, except that someone has to take the deposed farmer’s place. Leadership devolves upon the pigs, which are cleverer than the rest of the animals. Unfortunately, their character is not equal to their intelligence.

Suitability: PG-13 – for violence and mature subject matter


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Animal Farm

October 21 @ 7:00 pm
animalfarmposter

Presented by AGHS Theatre Company

General Admission: $8 Students, $10 Seniors, $12 adult – $2 More at the Door!

George Orwell’s satire on the perils of Stalinism has proved magnificently long-lived as a parable about totalitarianism anywhere and has given the world at least one immortal phrase: “Some are more equal than others.” The animals on a farm drive out their master and take over and run the farm for themselves. The experiment is successful, except that someone has to take the deposed farmer’s place. Leadership devolves upon the pigs, which are cleverer than the rest of the animals. Unfortunately, their character is not equal to their intelligence.

Suitability: PG-13 – for violence and mature subject matter


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Animal Farm

October 22 @ 7:00 pm
animalfarmposter

Presented by AGHS Theatre Company

General Admission: $8 Students, $10 Seniors, $12 adult – $2 More at the Door!

George Orwell’s satire on the perils of Stalinism has proved magnificently long-lived as a parable about totalitarianism anywhere and has given the world at least one immortal phrase: “Some are more equal than others.” The animals on a farm drive out their master and take over and run the farm for themselves. The experiment is successful, except that someone has to take the deposed farmer’s place. Leadership devolves upon the pigs, which are cleverer than the rest of the animals. Unfortunately, their character is not equal to their intelligence.

Suitability: PG-13 – for violence and mature subject matter


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Mixed Bag of NUTS!

October 29 @ 8:00 pm
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Presented by The Clark Center Association
Sponsored by Sempra Utilities: SoCal Gas

Reserved Seating:
Gold-$42 Silver-$35 Bronze-$30

CONTAINS ADULT LANGUAGE AND HUMOR


Beer&Wineicon This event will have beer & wine available for purchase.
Concessions is CASH ONLY, but drink tickets can be purchased at the Box Office with credit/debit card.


Qualifies for Multiple Season Show Discount*
(3-5 Shows = 5% off; 6-10 Shows = 10% off; 10+ Shows = 15% off; All Season Shows = 20% off)


You wanted more stand-up comedy, you got it! A Mixed Bag of Nuts is a melting pot of comedy! Four comedians from different walks of life come together for one thing: TO MAKE YOU LAUGH! You’ve seen Barry Neil on MTV, NBC, Comedy Central, and VH-1. Debbie Praver has been featured on Desperate Housewives. Richard Villa has been on Mun2’s Loco Comedy Jam and HBO Latino and Sam Ridley III is “East Coast flavor on the West Coast Scene.” If you love Best of SF Comedy, you’ll love A Mixed Bag of NUTS!!


*multiple show discounts must be purchased in one single order

ALL SALES ARE FINAL. NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES.

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November 2016

Annie Jr.

November 4 @ 7:00 pm
Annie JR 4C no bckground

 

Presented by Coastal Youth Theater

General Admission: $18


Based on the popular comic strip and adapted from the Tony Award-winning Best Musical, with a beloved book and score by Tony Award-winners, Thomas Meehan, Charles Strouse and Martin Charnin, Annie JR.features everyone’s favorite little redhead in her very first adventure. With equal measures of pluck and positivity, little orphan Annie charms everyone’s hearts despite a next-to-nothing start in 1930s New York City.

Annie is determined to find the parents who abandoned her years ago on the doorstep of an orphanage run by the cruel Miss Hannigan. Annie eventually foils Miss Hannigan’s evil machinations, finding a new home and family in billionaire Oliver Warbucks, his personal secretary, Grace Farrell, and a lovable mutt named Sandy.
Coastal Youth Theater’s production shines under the direction of Natalia Salsbury, Musical Director Mark Robertshaw, and with Choreography by Danya Nunley.

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Annie Jr.

November 5 @ 2:00 pm
Annie JR 4C no bckground

 

Presented by Coastal Youth Theater

General Admission: $18


Based on the popular comic strip and adapted from the Tony Award-winning Best Musical, with a beloved book and score by Tony Award-winners, Thomas Meehan, Charles Strouse and Martin Charnin, Annie JR.features everyone’s favorite little redhead in her very first adventure. With equal measures of pluck and positivity, little orphan Annie charms everyone’s hearts despite a next-to-nothing start in 1930s New York City.

Annie is determined to find the parents who abandoned her years ago on the doorstep of an orphanage run by the cruel Miss Hannigan. Annie eventually foils Miss Hannigan’s evil machinations, finding a new home and family in billionaire Oliver Warbucks, his personal secretary, Grace Farrell, and a lovable mutt named Sandy.
Coastal Youth Theater’s production shines under the direction of Natalia Salsbury, Musical Director Mark Robertshaw, and with Choreography by Danya Nunley.

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Annie Jr.

November 5 @ 7:00 pm
Annie JR 4C no bckground

 

Presented by Coastal Youth Theater

General Admission: $18


Based on the popular comic strip and adapted from the Tony Award-winning Best Musical, with a beloved book and score by Tony Award-winners, Thomas Meehan, Charles Strouse and Martin Charnin, Annie JR.features everyone’s favorite little redhead in her very first adventure. With equal measures of pluck and positivity, little orphan Annie charms everyone’s hearts despite a next-to-nothing start in 1930s New York City.

Annie is determined to find the parents who abandoned her years ago on the doorstep of an orphanage run by the cruel Miss Hannigan. Annie eventually foils Miss Hannigan’s evil machinations, finding a new home and family in billionaire Oliver Warbucks, his personal secretary, Grace Farrell, and a lovable mutt named Sandy.
Coastal Youth Theater’s production shines under the direction of Natalia Salsbury, Musical Director Mark Robertshaw, and with Choreography by Danya Nunley.

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