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January 2020

Windsor Auction

January 19 @ 11:00 am - 4:00 pm

Live Auction for fine jewelry, art, collectibles & memorabilia

Held in the Studio Theater

No charge for admission.

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The Peking Acrobats

January 23 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Presented by The Clark Center


Back by Popular Demand!

Featured on countless television appearances and decades of live touring on stages around the world, The Peking Acrobats have redefined the ancient arts of Chinese acrobatics.

Whether balancing atop a precarious pagoda of chairs, or performing expert feats of trick cycling, tumbling, and gymnastics, they combine incredible athleticism and pageantry to create a one-of-a-kind experience that leaves the audience in awe.


Reserved Seating: Gold-$50 Silver-$44 Bronze-$36*


Save $! This Performance 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)
Gather up the Gang and Save!*

10% off for groups of 10. * 15% off for groups of 15. * 20% off for groups of 20. * Other perks too!

*Multiple show discounts, and group sales discounts, must be purchased in one single order.
Contact Neil in our Box Office to arrange. neil@clarkcenter.org or call 805.489.9444
ALL SALES ARE FINAL. NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES.

** Group’s Official Website **


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Steep Canyon Rangers

January 26 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Presented by The Clark Center

Sponsored by David’s Blue Ribbon Honey


Known for their wide-ranging and imaginative style, this North Carolina band has produced 12 albums since 2001, including two collaborations with banjo-picking comedian Steve Martin.

Beer & Wine Available for Purchase

Their 2013 album “Nobody Knows You” won the Grammy Award for Best Bluegrass Album and their first collaboration with Martin was nominated for the same award in 2012.

Their current album, “Out In the Open,” is their sixth album to reach the number one spot on the bluegrass charts.


Reserved Seating: Gold-$55 Silver-$50 Bronze-$45*


Save $! This Performance 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)
Gather up the Gang and Save!*

10% off for groups of 10. * 15% off for groups of 15. * 20% off for groups of 20. * Other perks too!

*Multiple show discounts, and group sales discounts, must be purchased in one single order.
Contact Neil in our Box Office to arrange. neil@clarkcenter.org or call 805.489.9444
ALL SALES ARE FINAL. NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES.

** Band’s Official Website **


Also enjoy this hilarious collaboration with Steve Martin: “Atheists Don’t Have No Songs”.
(Note: Steve Martin will NOT be appearing with them at the Clark Center.)

Find out more »

An Evening of One-Acts

January 31 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

An Evening of One-Act performances chosen and directed by the students of AGHS Theatre Company.

Come see future directors share their visions for these wonderful shows!

Held in the Studio Theatre


General Admission $12; Seniors $10, Students $8 (with ID) all schools

* $2 surcharge for tickets purchases ls than one hour before curtain*



The Plays Will be:

Mind Games by Paul Elliot
Never delve into another person’s mind unless you’re ready to face the consequences of what you uncover. In his plush Los Angeles office overlooking Rodeo Drive, a well-known psychiatrist, Dr. Harriman, is reminded by his coldly efficient receptionist, Beth, that his next patient is waiting in the reception area. It’s obvious that the caustic Beth is uncomfortable even being around the young man and feels he has absolutely no place in her reception room. From the moment Kyle enters the office, the doctor senses that this is not going to be a normal session.

Kyle’s mood swings from manic euphoria to phobic terror. As the doctor tries to gain control of his patient, he discovers that Kyle is upset because he has taken literally something the doctor said in a previous meeting, “You are doing all of this yourself.” Kyle has come to believe that he is the creator of the universe and everything he sees or hears, including Dr. Harriman, and insists he can prove it. Trying to dislodge this ridiculous theory from the patient’s mind becomes more troubling as Kyle shows power over Dr. Harriman’s world. Beth, in Kyle’s mind, is now Elizabeth, a warm and caring grandmotherly type, and indeed that is who comes when summoned by the doctor.

Disbelief on the doctor’s part turns to terror as these demonstrations begin tearing down his own beliefs in the world around him. The doctor realizes with horror that if he is, indeed, something created by Kyle, then what happens when Kyle leaves the office? Will Dr. Harriman cease to exist? Or has this all been some gigantic hoax?

Am I Blue by Beth Henley
The story begins in a seedy New Orleans bar where John Polk Richards, a college freshman whose fraternity brothers have paid his way into a bordello as an eighteenth birthday present, is bolstering his courage with liquor. He is approached by Ashbe, a fey young creature who invites him to the littered apartment that she shares with her absent father.

As high strung and flaky as John Polk is nervous and tentative, Ashbe initiates him into her secret fantasy life as she tries to bridge the loneliness that infuses them both. She strings Cheerios to make a necklace and then nibbles at them; puts blue food coloring in John Polk’s rum and Coke; lets him hear the sea in her favorite conch shell; and finally, invites him to make love to her—an offer that he politely declines.

Sometimes wildly funny, sometimes gently affecting, the play is a wonderfully resourceful study of two young people, both unsure and apprehensive, whose unexpected encounter becomes, for both of them, a valuable lesson in coping with life—now and in the future.

Kaleidoscope by Ray Bradbury
What would you do if you were a million miles from Earth and your rocket ship was hit by a meteor and suddenly split open, leaving you floating in space with only your communicator to link you to your six crew members? Don’t know?

Faced with this problem, Bradbury’s people contemplate their fate and philosophize about life and its purpose. This play is not only a director’s dream of possibilities but also a marvelous chance for actors to dig into their beings and face questions of profound magnitude.

Why Do We Laugh by Stephen Gregg
At age 6, Meredith Wilfred loves to tell people that she hates her neighbor, Andrew Powers. At age 16, she tells Andrew the same thing but goes to the dance with him anyway. At 45, Meredith and Andy have a great deal to tell each other: most married couples do. And, even at 66, Meredith is still learning about, and from, Andrew.

This is a fine contest play because it is both easy to stage and a challenge. All eight characters—two people at four different times in their lives—are onstage at the same time. The result is a play about love (and hate) and the way people change each other.

Find out more »

February 2020

An Evening of One-Acts

February 1 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

An Evening of One-Act performances chosen and directed by the students of AGHS Theatre Company.

Come see future directors share their visions for these wonderful shows!

Held in the Studio Theatre


General Admission $12; Seniors $10, Students $8 (with ID) all schools

* $2 surcharge for tickets purchases ls than one hour before curtain*



The Plays Will be:

Mind Games by Paul Elliot
Never delve into another person’s mind unless you’re ready to face the consequences of what you uncover. In his plush Los Angeles office overlooking Rodeo Drive, a well-known psychiatrist, Dr. Harriman, is reminded by his coldly efficient receptionist, Beth, that his next patient is waiting in the reception area. It’s obvious that the caustic Beth is uncomfortable even being around the young man and feels he has absolutely no place in her reception room. From the moment Kyle enters the office, the doctor senses that this is not going to be a normal session.

Kyle’s mood swings from manic euphoria to phobic terror. As the doctor tries to gain control of his patient, he discovers that Kyle is upset because he has taken literally something the doctor said in a previous meeting, “You are doing all of this yourself.” Kyle has come to believe that he is the creator of the universe and everything he sees or hears, including Dr. Harriman, and insists he can prove it. Trying to dislodge this ridiculous theory from the patient’s mind becomes more troubling as Kyle shows power over Dr. Harriman’s world. Beth, in Kyle’s mind, is now Elizabeth, a warm and caring grandmotherly type, and indeed that is who comes when summoned by the doctor.

Disbelief on the doctor’s part turns to terror as these demonstrations begin tearing down his own beliefs in the world around him. The doctor realizes with horror that if he is, indeed, something created by Kyle, then what happens when Kyle leaves the office? Will Dr. Harriman cease to exist? Or has this all been some gigantic hoax?

Am I Blue by Beth Henley
The story begins in a seedy New Orleans bar where John Polk Richards, a college freshman whose fraternity brothers have paid his way into a bordello as an eighteenth birthday present, is bolstering his courage with liquor. He is approached by Ashbe, a fey young creature who invites him to the littered apartment that she shares with her absent father.

As high strung and flaky as John Polk is nervous and tentative, Ashbe initiates him into her secret fantasy life as she tries to bridge the loneliness that infuses them both. She strings Cheerios to make a necklace and then nibbles at them; puts blue food coloring in John Polk’s rum and Coke; lets him hear the sea in her favorite conch shell; and finally, invites him to make love to her—an offer that he politely declines.

Sometimes wildly funny, sometimes gently affecting, the play is a wonderfully resourceful study of two young people, both unsure and apprehensive, whose unexpected encounter becomes, for both of them, a valuable lesson in coping with life—now and in the future.

Kaleidoscope by Ray Bradbury
What would you do if you were a million miles from Earth and your rocket ship was hit by a meteor and suddenly split open, leaving you floating in space with only your communicator to link you to your six crew members? Don’t know?

Faced with this problem, Bradbury’s people contemplate their fate and philosophize about life and its purpose. This play is not only a director’s dream of possibilities but also a marvelous chance for actors to dig into their beings and face questions of profound magnitude.

Why Do We Laugh by Stephen Gregg
At age 6, Meredith Wilfred loves to tell people that she hates her neighbor, Andrew Powers. At age 16, she tells Andrew the same thing but goes to the dance with him anyway. At 45, Meredith and Andy have a great deal to tell each other: most married couples do. And, even at 66, Meredith is still learning about, and from, Andrew.

This is a fine contest play because it is both easy to stage and a challenge. All eight characters—two people at four different times in their lives—are onstage at the same time. The result is a play about love (and hate) and the way people change each other.

Find out more »

An Evening of One-Acts

February 7 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

An Evening of One-Act performances chosen and directed by the students of AGHS Theatre Company.

Come see future directors share their visions for these wonderful shows!

Held in the Studio Theatre


General Admission $12; Seniors $10, Students $8 (with ID) all schools

* $2 surcharge for tickets purchases ls than one hour before curtain*



The Plays Will be:

Mind Games by Paul Elliot
Never delve into another person’s mind unless you’re ready to face the consequences of what you uncover. In his plush Los Angeles office overlooking Rodeo Drive, a well-known psychiatrist, Dr. Harriman, is reminded by his coldly efficient receptionist, Beth, that his next patient is waiting in the reception area. It’s obvious that the caustic Beth is uncomfortable even being around the young man and feels he has absolutely no place in her reception room. From the moment Kyle enters the office, the doctor senses that this is not going to be a normal session.

Kyle’s mood swings from manic euphoria to phobic terror. As the doctor tries to gain control of his patient, he discovers that Kyle is upset because he has taken literally something the doctor said in a previous meeting, “You are doing all of this yourself.” Kyle has come to believe that he is the creator of the universe and everything he sees or hears, including Dr. Harriman, and insists he can prove it. Trying to dislodge this ridiculous theory from the patient’s mind becomes more troubling as Kyle shows power over Dr. Harriman’s world. Beth, in Kyle’s mind, is now Elizabeth, a warm and caring grandmotherly type, and indeed that is who comes when summoned by the doctor.

Disbelief on the doctor’s part turns to terror as these demonstrations begin tearing down his own beliefs in the world around him. The doctor realizes with horror that if he is, indeed, something created by Kyle, then what happens when Kyle leaves the office? Will Dr. Harriman cease to exist? Or has this all been some gigantic hoax?

Am I Blue by Beth Henley
The story begins in a seedy New Orleans bar where John Polk Richards, a college freshman whose fraternity brothers have paid his way into a bordello as an eighteenth birthday present, is bolstering his courage with liquor. He is approached by Ashbe, a fey young creature who invites him to the littered apartment that she shares with her absent father.

As high strung and flaky as John Polk is nervous and tentative, Ashbe initiates him into her secret fantasy life as she tries to bridge the loneliness that infuses them both. She strings Cheerios to make a necklace and then nibbles at them; puts blue food coloring in John Polk’s rum and Coke; lets him hear the sea in her favorite conch shell; and finally, invites him to make love to her—an offer that he politely declines.

Sometimes wildly funny, sometimes gently affecting, the play is a wonderfully resourceful study of two young people, both unsure and apprehensive, whose unexpected encounter becomes, for both of them, a valuable lesson in coping with life—now and in the future.

Kaleidoscope by Ray Bradbury
What would you do if you were a million miles from Earth and your rocket ship was hit by a meteor and suddenly split open, leaving you floating in space with only your communicator to link you to your six crew members? Don’t know?

Faced with this problem, Bradbury’s people contemplate their fate and philosophize about life and its purpose. This play is not only a director’s dream of possibilities but also a marvelous chance for actors to dig into their beings and face questions of profound magnitude.

Why Do We Laugh by Stephen Gregg
At age 6, Meredith Wilfred loves to tell people that she hates her neighbor, Andrew Powers. At age 16, she tells Andrew the same thing but goes to the dance with him anyway. At 45, Meredith and Andy have a great deal to tell each other: most married couples do. And, even at 66, Meredith is still learning about, and from, Andrew.

This is a fine contest play because it is both easy to stage and a challenge. All eight characters—two people at four different times in their lives—are onstage at the same time. The result is a play about love (and hate) and the way people change each other.

Find out more »

Remember When Rock Was Young – The Elton John Tribute

February 7 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Presented by The Clark Center

Exclusively Sponsored by Dr. Alice A. Addison


After decades of success on stage, screen and in the music studio, Craig Meyer embarked on another project, creating the best Elton John tribute act in the world.

This spectacular musical journey celebrates the character, charisma and the chart-topping musical magic of Sir Elton John, including classic hits such as “Crocodile Rock,” “Candle in the Wind,” “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road” and many more.


Reserved Seating: Gold-$60 Silver-$52 Bronze-$48*


Save $! This Performance 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)
Gather up the Gang and Save!*

10% off for groups of 10. * 15% off for groups of 15. * 20% off for groups of 20. * Other perks too!

*Multiple show discounts, and group sales discounts, must be purchased in one single order.
Contact Neil in our Box Office to arrange. neil@clarkcenter.org or call 805.489.9444
ALL SALES ARE FINAL. NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES.

** Band’s Official Website **


Find out more »

Cabaret Workshop

February 8 @ 12:30 pm - 3:30 pm

Presented by The Clark Center in Association with Cabaret 805

Interested in Singing professionally?

Cabaret 805 offers a 2-day workshop that will help you “up your game”.

Learn insider tips from professionals on:
* Song Selection
* Introductory Show Patter
* Importance of, and help with, finding your proper Key
* Proper way of singing with a microphone
* Being comfortable performing in front of an audience.

Class is limited to 10 active participants; each will receive approximately half an hour of intensive coaching and practice over the two days.

Up to 20 people can audit the class, and experience what the active participants learn.

Active Participants will need to bring:
* 3 copies of sheet music (for pianist, instructor, and themselves) for a ballad and up tune
* Hard 3-ring binder with plastic sheet covers.

Sat. – Sun, Feb. 8-9, 2020 @12:00 – 3:00pm
(Note: Workshops will also be held May 2-3, 2020)

Full Workshop: $125 per person*
(includes ticket for Sunday performance)
Maximum of 10 students per session
* Some Scholarships Available – Call Business Office for details: 805-489-4196

Audit Workshop: $60 per person
(includes $5 off Sunday performance)
Up to 20 students can audit a class, and experience what the active participants learn.
Workshops held at the Clark Center

Information Workshop-Brochure-2020



Find out more »

An Evening of One-Acts

February 8 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

An Evening of One-Act performances chosen and directed by the students of AGHS Theatre Company.

Come see future directors share their visions for these wonderful shows!

Held in the Studio Theatre


General Admission $12; Seniors $10, Students $8 (with ID) all schools

* $2 surcharge for tickets purchases ls than one hour before curtain*



The Plays Will be:

Mind Games by Paul Elliot
Never delve into another person’s mind unless you’re ready to face the consequences of what you uncover. In his plush Los Angeles office overlooking Rodeo Drive, a well-known psychiatrist, Dr. Harriman, is reminded by his coldly efficient receptionist, Beth, that his next patient is waiting in the reception area. It’s obvious that the caustic Beth is uncomfortable even being around the young man and feels he has absolutely no place in her reception room. From the moment Kyle enters the office, the doctor senses that this is not going to be a normal session.

Kyle’s mood swings from manic euphoria to phobic terror. As the doctor tries to gain control of his patient, he discovers that Kyle is upset because he has taken literally something the doctor said in a previous meeting, “You are doing all of this yourself.” Kyle has come to believe that he is the creator of the universe and everything he sees or hears, including Dr. Harriman, and insists he can prove it. Trying to dislodge this ridiculous theory from the patient’s mind becomes more troubling as Kyle shows power over Dr. Harriman’s world. Beth, in Kyle’s mind, is now Elizabeth, a warm and caring grandmotherly type, and indeed that is who comes when summoned by the doctor.

Disbelief on the doctor’s part turns to terror as these demonstrations begin tearing down his own beliefs in the world around him. The doctor realizes with horror that if he is, indeed, something created by Kyle, then what happens when Kyle leaves the office? Will Dr. Harriman cease to exist? Or has this all been some gigantic hoax?

Am I Blue by Beth Henley
The story begins in a seedy New Orleans bar where John Polk Richards, a college freshman whose fraternity brothers have paid his way into a bordello as an eighteenth birthday present, is bolstering his courage with liquor. He is approached by Ashbe, a fey young creature who invites him to the littered apartment that she shares with her absent father.

As high strung and flaky as John Polk is nervous and tentative, Ashbe initiates him into her secret fantasy life as she tries to bridge the loneliness that infuses them both. She strings Cheerios to make a necklace and then nibbles at them; puts blue food coloring in John Polk’s rum and Coke; lets him hear the sea in her favorite conch shell; and finally, invites him to make love to her—an offer that he politely declines.

Sometimes wildly funny, sometimes gently affecting, the play is a wonderfully resourceful study of two young people, both unsure and apprehensive, whose unexpected encounter becomes, for both of them, a valuable lesson in coping with life—now and in the future.

Kaleidoscope by Ray Bradbury
What would you do if you were a million miles from Earth and your rocket ship was hit by a meteor and suddenly split open, leaving you floating in space with only your communicator to link you to your six crew members? Don’t know?

Faced with this problem, Bradbury’s people contemplate their fate and philosophize about life and its purpose. This play is not only a director’s dream of possibilities but also a marvelous chance for actors to dig into their beings and face questions of profound magnitude.

Why Do We Laugh by Stephen Gregg
At age 6, Meredith Wilfred loves to tell people that she hates her neighbor, Andrew Powers. At age 16, she tells Andrew the same thing but goes to the dance with him anyway. At 45, Meredith and Andy have a great deal to tell each other: most married couples do. And, even at 66, Meredith is still learning about, and from, Andrew.

This is a fine contest play because it is both easy to stage and a challenge. All eight characters—two people at four different times in their lives—are onstage at the same time. The result is a play about love (and hate) and the way people change each other.

Find out more »

A Valentine Cabaret

February 9 @ 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm

Presented by The Clark Center featuring Cabaret 805


Set on the Main Stage, show will include vocalists and musicians in an intimate club-like setting.

In honor of Valentine’s Day, expect to hear love songs.. but also “un-Valentines” song.

Songs will include your favorite songs of love like “My Funny Valentine”, “My Heart Belongs to Daddy” and “The Man I Love”.

Ticket price includes light appetizers and dessert. Doors open at 4pm.

Beer & wine will be available for purchase.

Performers will include:
* Grant Everett – Emcee / Vocalist / Artistic Director / Voice teacher
* Karren Greever – Vocalist
* Brett Mitchell – Vocalist & Pianist
* Eliza Sings – Vocalist
* Sholly Von Stein – Vocalist
* Tracy Warren Tabin – Vocalist
* John Walsh – Vocalist
* William Wingfield – Bass Player

Seating limited to 80 people.


General Admission: $35 – includes appetizers and dessert


Interested in becoming a professional singer? Sign up for our February Cabaret Workshop



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Riders In The Sky

February 15 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Presented by The Clark Center

Exclusively Sponsored by Carrol & Joan Pruett with Roy & Bonnie Burke, Burke & Pace Lumber


Beer & Wine Available for Purchase

In the tradition of Roy Rogers and Gene Autry, the multi-Grammy-winning Riders in the Sky brings a fun-filled family evening of the old-time cowboy music that has kept fans coming back for over 30 years.

Join Ranger Doug, Woody Paul, Too Slim and Joey for a night of great music and laughs done just the right way – the Cowboy Way!


Reserved Seating: Gold-$58 Silver-$50 Bronze-$45*


Save $! This Performance 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)
Gather up the Gang and Save!*

10% off for groups of 10. * 15% off for groups of 15. * 20% off for groups of 20. * Other perks too!

*Multiple show discounts, and group sales discounts, must be purchased in one single order.
Contact Neil in our Box Office to arrange. neil@clarkcenter.org or call 805.489.9444
ALL SALES ARE FINAL. NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES.

** Band’s Official Website **


Find out more »

Beauty and the Beast, Jr. – Matinee

February 22 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Presented by Bellevue – Sante Fe Charter School

Bellevue-Santa Fe Charter School is excited to perform our 19th annual school musical, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Jr.

The cast of this show is more than 80 kids, ranging in age from 5 to 12, and their shows are known for their elaborate costumes and beautiful sets.

Bellevue’s theater program is a shining example of what happens when you teach kids about how to tell a story using theater, music, and dance. We involve a dedicated community of parents, alumni, staff, and administration to collaborate and create the visuals to enhance the kids’ story-telling.

Often likened to a professional children’s theater troupe, Bellevue’s intensive after-school theater program is one way we teach our kids confidence, teamwork, collaboration, creativity, and bravery.

Don’t miss these two amazing performances on February 22, 2020, at 2 pm and 7 pm.

Tickets are $10 (plus additional $2 service fee) and are available at Bellevue-Santa Fe Charter School at end of January or now at www.clarkcenter.org.

Tickets sometimes sell out for these shows so plan ahead.

General Admission: $10 + $2 Service Charge

 

Find out more »

Beauty and the Beast, Jr.

February 22 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Presented by Bellevue – Sante Fe Charter School

Bellevue-Santa Fe Charter School is excited to perform our 19th annual school musical, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Jr.

The cast of this show is more than 80 kids, ranging in age from 5 to 12, and their shows are known for their elaborate costumes and beautiful sets.

Bellevue’s theater program is a shining example of what happens when you teach kids about how to tell a story using theater, music, and dance. We involve a dedicated community of parents, alumni, staff, and administration to collaborate and create the visuals to enhance the kids’ story-telling.

Often likened to a professional children’s theater troupe, Bellevue’s intensive after-school theater program is one way we teach our kids confidence, teamwork, collaboration, creativity, and bravery.

Don’t miss these two amazing performances on February 22, 2020, at 2 pm and 7 pm.

Tickets are $10 (plus additional $2 service fee) and are available at Bellevue-Santa Fe Charter School at end of January or now at www.clarkcenter.org.

Tickets sometimes sell out for these shows so plan ahead.

General Admission: $10 + $2 Service Charge

 

Find out more »

Beauty and the Beast

February 27 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Presented by Nipomo High School Theatre Department

Student Performance

Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast”
Music by Alan Menken
Lyrics by Howard Ashman & Tim Rice
Book by Linda Woolverton

Having lived a life in selfishness, a young prince is cursed by a mysterious enchantress to having the appearance of a monstrous beast. His only hope is to learn to love a young woman and earn her love in return in order to redeem himself.

Years later, his chance shows itself when a young maiden named Belle offers to take her ill father’s place as his prisoner. With help from the castle’s enchanted staff, Belle learns to appreciate her captor and immediately falls in love with him.

Back in the village however, an unscrupulous hunter has his own plans for Belle.

There’s something about this story – and specifically the score, which was written 25 years ago- that is just magical, and that’s what still draws people in and is what makes this such a special experience. All eight of the film”s original songs were retained for the Broadway adaptation. Favorites are “Belle”, “Me”, “Is This Home”, “Gaston”,”Be My Guest”, “Human Again”, and “If I Can’t Love Her”

Beauty and the Beast will be directed by Robyn Metchik, who has had great success helping many students into professional theatrical careers. Choreography by Emmy Award Winner Suzy Miller, and Musical Director Mark Robertshaw.

Famed NHS Theatre graduates under the direction of Robyn Metchik include:
* Zac Efron, star of “High School Musical” I & II, “The Greatest Showman” and many other movies.
* Joanna Jones,currently starring on Broadway in “Hamilton”.
* Katie Boeck appeared in “Spring Awakening” on Broadway and performed at the Tony Awards Show in 2016.


Find out more »

Beauty and the Beast

February 27 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Presented by Nipomo High School Theatre Department

Thurs., Feb. 27 – Sun., Mar 1

Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast”
Music by Alan Menken
Lyrics by Howard Ashman & Tim Rice
Book by Linda Woolverton

Having lived a life in selfishness, a young prince is cursed by a mysterious enchantress to having the appearance of a monstrous beast. His only hope is to learn to love a young woman and earn her love in return in order to redeem himself.

Years later, his chance shows itself when a young maiden named Belle offers to take her ill father’s place as his prisoner. With help from the castle’s enchanted staff, Belle learns to appreciate her captor and immediately falls in love with him.

Back in the village however, an unscrupulous hunter has his own plans for Belle.

There’s something about this story – and specifically the score, which was written 25 years ago- that is just magical, and that’s what still draws people in and is what makes this such a special experience. All eight of the film”s original songs were retained for the Broadway adaptation. Favorites are “Belle”, “Me”, “Is This Home”, “Gaston”,”Be My Guest”, “Human Again”, and “If I Can’t Love Her”

Beauty and the Beast will be directed by Robyn Metchik, who has had great success helping many students into professional theatrical careers. Choreography by Emmy Award Winner Suzy Miller, and Musical Director Mark Robertshaw.

Famed NHS Theatre graduates under the direction of Robyn Metchik include:
* Zac Efron, star of “High School Musical” I & II, “The Greatest Showman” and many other movies.
* Joanna Jones,currently starring on Broadway in “Hamilton”.
* Katie Boeck appeared in “Spring Awakening” on Broadway and performed at the Tony Awards Show in 2016.

General Admission(Presale): Adults $20, Seniors $15, Staff & Students: $10;
$2 Surcharge at door



Find out more »

Beauty and the Beast

February 28 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Presented by Nipomo High School Theatre Department

Thurs., Feb. 27 – Sun., Mar 1

Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast”
Music by Alan Menken
Lyrics by Howard Ashman & Tim Rice
Book by Linda Woolverton

Having lived a life in selfishness, a young prince is cursed by a mysterious enchantress to having the appearance of a monstrous beast. His only hope is to learn to love a young woman and earn her love in return in order to redeem himself.

Years later, his chance shows itself when a young maiden named Belle offers to take her ill father’s place as his prisoner. With help from the castle’s enchanted staff, Belle learns to appreciate her captor and immediately falls in love with him.

Back in the village however, an unscrupulous hunter has his own plans for Belle.

There’s something about this story – and specifically the score, which was written 25 years ago- that is just magical, and that’s what still draws people in and is what makes this such a special experience. All eight of the film”s original songs were retained for the Broadway adaptation. Favorites are “Belle”, “Me”, “Is This Home”, “Gaston”,”Be My Guest”, “Human Again”, and “If I Can’t Love Her”

Beauty and the Beast will be directed by Robyn Metchik, who has had great success helping many students into professional theatrical careers. Choreography by Emmy Award Winner Suzy Miller, and Musical Director Mark Robertshaw.

Famed NHS Theatre graduates under the direction of Robyn Metchik include:
* Zac Efron, star of “High School Musical” I & II, “The Greatest Showman” and many other movies.
* Joanna Jones,currently starring on Broadway in “Hamilton”.
* Katie Boeck appeared in “Spring Awakening” on Broadway and performed at the Tony Awards Show in 2016.

General Admission(Presale): Adults $20, Seniors $15, Staff & Students: $10;
$2 Surcharge at door



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Beauty and the Beast

February 29 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Presented by Nipomo High School Theatre Department

Thurs., Feb. 27 – Sun., Mar 1

Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast”
Music by Alan Menken
Lyrics by Howard Ashman & Tim Rice
Book by Linda Woolverton

Having lived a life in selfishness, a young prince is cursed by a mysterious enchantress to having the appearance of a monstrous beast. His only hope is to learn to love a young woman and earn her love in return in order to redeem himself.

Years later, his chance shows itself when a young maiden named Belle offers to take her ill father’s place as his prisoner. With help from the castle’s enchanted staff, Belle learns to appreciate her captor and immediately falls in love with him.

Back in the village however, an unscrupulous hunter has his own plans for Belle.

There’s something about this story – and specifically the score, which was written 25 years ago- that is just magical, and that’s what still draws people in and is what makes this such a special experience. All eight of the film”s original songs were retained for the Broadway adaptation. Favorites are “Belle”, “Me”, “Is This Home”, “Gaston”,”Be My Guest”, “Human Again”, and “If I Can’t Love Her”

Beauty and the Beast will be directed by Robyn Metchik, who has had great success helping many students into professional theatrical careers. Choreography by Emmy Award Winner Suzy Miller, and Musical Director Mark Robertshaw.

Famed NHS Theatre graduates under the direction of Robyn Metchik include:
* Zac Efron, star of “High School Musical” I & II, “The Greatest Showman” and many other movies.
* Joanna Jones,currently starring on Broadway in “Hamilton”.
* Katie Boeck appeared in “Spring Awakening” on Broadway and performed at the Tony Awards Show in 2016.

General Admission(Presale): Adults $20, Seniors $15, Staff & Students: $10;
$2 Surcharge at door




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