Join Ira Flatow and the rest of the SciFri crew at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza on Saturday, October 13 at 7:00PM. This is your chance to look behind the curtain of Science Friday and participate in a special live performance with the scientists and conversations you love. As a bonus, the event will be recorded so you can be a part of the weekly Science Friday broadcast heard on KCLU!
Your Orchestra tickets include a VIP reception immediately following the show.
This pledge is for a pair of ORCHESTRA tickets.
This pledge is for a pair of MEZZANINE tickets.
Reserved Lawn Box for any single performance (seats up to six)
The 22nd season of one of our region’s most popular outdoor theatrical events features the Kingsmen Shakespeare Company’s performance of William Shakespeare’s The Two Noble Kinsmen and Othello. The Kingsmen Shakespeare Company is the professional theatre company of Cal Lutheran. The nonprofit organization coordinates apprentice programs for professional and aspiring Shakespearean actors, an educational tour program in local schools, and summer theater camps for youth. Festival grounds open at 5:30 p.m. for pre-show picnicking and entertainment.
The Two Noble Kinsmen – June 29-July 1, 6-8, 13-15, 2018
For the first time in its 22-year history, Kingsmen Shakespeare Company will present what scholars believe to be the final work of Shakespeare’s world-altering career, The Two Noble Kinsmen. • In what is thought to be a collaboration with his protégé, John Fletcher, Shakespeare brings to life an already-famous tale originally penned by the Father of English Literature, Geoffrey Chaucer
Two honorable young cousins allow their lifelong friendship to devolve into a deadly rivalry when they find themselves on opposite sides of a bitter love triangle
A Shakespeare play you’ve never seen? Come treat yourself to this tragicomic story of betrayal, war, madness, and all-consuming passion in which we see the familiar flash of the Bard’s genius in a rarely-performed, ancient fable. Othello – July 20-22, 27-29, August 3-5, 2018 • Racial animus, jealousy, and revenge are the engines that drive Shakespeare’s classic tragedy, Othello
Othello – July 20-22, 27-29, August 3-5, 2018
Racial animus, jealousy, and revenge are the engines that drive Shakespeare’s classic tragedy, Othello.
Among the unforgettable characters, this masterwork of early modern drama arguably features Shakespeare’s most famous and well-crafted villain, Iago.
In a tale that feels all too contemporary, the weapons of choice are the victims’ own buried prejudice and festering paranoia. Iago wields them with a merciless intelligence, smiling as he effects the ruin of the noble Othello and his naïve young bride, Desdemona, dragging down the entire state in the process.
Shakespeare turns his unique and prescient gaze into man’s dueling capacities for love and frailty. Come join us, out under the stars in Kingsmen Park, for this truly timeless masterpiece.
Pair of General Admission tickets for any single performance
The Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History offers visitors of all ages a wealth of things to see and do. Walk right up to a skeleton of the largest animal that’s ever existed on earth – the Blue Whale, measuring over 70 feet long. Informative exhibit halls feature marine life, paleontology, minerals and gems, and Chumash history. Wander and explore the Nature Trail along Mission Creek. Experience the wonder and excitement of space exploration in the Space Lab and Gladwin Planetarium. Explore the ocean realm at the Sea Center, located on Stearns Wharf
National Geographic’s 50 Greatest Photographs will be on exhibit from May 26 through September 3, 2018.
Each pass valid for one-time admission to either the Museum or the Sea Center.
Pair of tickets for The Baby Dance: Mixed by Jane Anderson
May 2 – May 20 Voucher will be mailed
This is a compelling story about race and class filled with “emotional power” and “nimble humor” (WALL STREET JOURNAL).
In the story, Rachel and Richard, an affluent California couple, have everything except a child. Their lawyer connects them to Wanda and Al, a desperately poor couple in Louisiana who agree to let them adopt their next baby. Both couples do their best to fulfill their agreement, but is the chasm between them too wide to bridge?
LA Lawyers Philharmonic
Walt Disney Concert Hall – Downtown Los Angeles
Saturday, June 16 at 8PM
Pair of orchestra tickets (will call)
The LA Lawyers Philharmonic & Legal Voices will celebrate their 9th season with a Concert Extraordinaire at Walt Disney Concert Hall under the baton of their founder and conductor, Gary S. Greene, Esq.
The concert will commemorate the 100th birthday of legendary composer and conductor Leonard Bernstein by featuring his great works including songs from West Side Story, Candide and On the Town. The program will include music by composer Aaron Copland.
The orchestra and chorus will also perform an inspiring rendition of Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture.
Actor Ed Asner will receive the June Lockhart Humanitarian Award, and he will deliver a narration as a tribute to Bernstein.
MOXI: The Wolf Museum of Exploration + Innovation
MOXI’s mission is to ignite learning through interactive experiences in science and creativity. This hands-on science museum for all ages features three floors of exhibit space filled with interactive exhibits exploring science, technology, engineering, arts and math. Exhibits are organized around seven different themed areas – Tech, Sound, Forces, Light, Speed, Interactive Media and the Sky Garden
Located at 125 State Street (just two blocks up from Stearns Wharf, directly across from the train station and Funk Zone adjacent). Open daily 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Pair of tickets for King Lear
Thursday 3/29 7pm or Friday 3/30 8pm
Mercurial by nature and confused by age, the king of Britain divides his affections and his kingdom between his three daughters, only one of whom loves him enough to speak the truth and to refuse to flatter him falsely. Thrown into a rage, the king exiles his youngest daughter, turns on his best friend, and becomes more and more irrational.
Considered by many to be Shakespeare’s greatest play, this monumental drama is an epic and hauntingly unforgettable story of love, greed, madness, and reconciliation.