Marjorie Luke Theatre update for Jan. 10

January 10, 2018
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Happy New Year!

The Luke Theatre is still in the holiday spirit as we have 3 rescheduled events this month due to the Thomas Fire. Please come support our local performing arts groups and schools as Goleta School of BalletWestside Dance, and the Santa Barbara Junior High School Music Department have wonderful shows for you!

Be sure to catch Grandeza Mexicana as The Marjorie Luke Theatre and UCSB Arts & Lectures present as part of our Viva el Arte SB FREE family series!
Upcoming Events
Tutu Suite
Saturday, January 13th  1:30PM
Goleta School of Ballet presents a very special Nutcracker for their youngest dancers supplemented by an encore performance of your favorite dances from their highest level performers.

For additional information & tickets please visit
www.goletaschoolofballet.com or call 805-328-3823. Don’t miss this always charming holiday show!

The Nutcracker Sweet
Monday, January 15th  5:30PM
Westside Dance presents their annual holiday show, the shorter sweeter version of the holiday classic.

For additional information and tickets please visit www.westsidedancesb.com or call 805-637-8773. Experience all the magic of the Nutcracker in a 45 minute ballet that’s perfect for young and old!

SBJHS Winter Concert
Saturday, January 18th  7:00PM
The Santa Barbara Junior High School Music Department presents their annual winter concert.

For more info visit www.sbjhs.org or call 805-963-7751 x4029. Don’t miss this chance to see the talented musicians of the SBJHS Jazz Band, Concert Band, and Orchestra performing a mixture of musical arrangements including some holiday favorites!

Grandeza Mexicana
Sunday, January 21st 7:00PM
The Marjorie Luke Theatre and UCSB Arts & Lectures present this FREE family show as part of the Viva el Arte SB concert series. One of Los Angeles’ most popular folk dance companies, Grandeza Mexicana was founded in 2003 by Jose Vences, an accomplished choreographer and dancer who spent his formative years as a member of Ballet Folklórico de México de Amalia Hernández. Whether depicting celebrations, ceremonies or daily rituals, Grandeza’s choreographic work is based on careful research and reflects a commitment to preserving the traditions of Mexico’s history into the future. The company regularly appears on Los Angeles, California stages, and last August they paired with iconic Mexican-American vocalist Lila Downs for two nights at the Ford Amphitheater.
For more info please visit www.facebook.com/vivaelartesb. See you there!
Black History Month Worship & Celebration
Sunday, January 28st 3:30PM
Visions of Hope presents this FREE celebration of a century of Black History, life and culture. This 8th annual kick-off event brings the community together in a unified worship, enhances cultural awareness, and strengthens faith.

For more info please e-mail visionsofhope@cox.net or call 805-455- 2765. The Gospel music will bring you to your feet and the spiritual message will give you a vision of hope!

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