Marjorie Luke Theatre update for Nov. 13

November 13, 2017

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What’s Your Piece of the Luke?
This holiday season, what better way to honor a family member, mentor or loved one than by creating a lasting remembrance for someone you hold dear?  Please consider joining the My Piece of the Luke campaign with the purchase of a permanent donor tile ($350) in the foyer, or permanent seat ($500) in the theatre.

Visit or call 805-884-4087 for more details.  Get your piece of the Luke today!

Upcoming Events
Hamlet(te): The Plié’s the Thing
Thursday November 16 & Friday November 17 7:00pm
“Hamlet(te): The Plié’s the Thing” The SBJHS Performing Arts Club is teaming up with State Street Ballet’s Library Dances to present an exciting blend of theatre and dance.

Tickets available at the door, for more info please visit
or call 805-963-7751 x4028.  A fascinating montage of ballet and William Shakespeare is sure to be a don’t-miss extravaganza!
The Nutcracker
Saturday December 2 & Sunday December 3 3:00pm
Goleta School of Ballet presents this traditional full-length production featuring all of your favorite characters: Clara, The Nutcracker, The Rat Queen, The Sugar Plum Fairy and many others.

For more info and tickets please visit or call 805-328-3823. Don’t miss this traditional holiday treat!

Discussion with Emily St. John Mandel
Tuesday December 5th 7:00pm
The Santa Barbara Public Library through its Santa Barbara Reads program presents this FREE event ?that ?will engage, inform, and inspire!
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For more info please visit or
call 805-962-7653.  Join the community for a short moderated conversation with Mandel, followed by a Q&A with the audience. 
¡Viva el Arte!: Grandeza Mexicana
Sunday, January 21 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. 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.

For more info please visit See you there!


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