Events - Oct 14 2017

Date/Time Event
10/14/2017
1:00 PM
Shadow of a Pout
Hillcrest Players, Thousand Oaks CA
10/14/2017
2:00 PM
Joseph & the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
5 Star Theatricals (formerly Cabrillo Music Theatre) (Fred Kavli Theatre), Thousand Oaks CA
10/14/2017
2:00 PM
My Son Pinocchio Jr.
Conejo Players Children’s Theatre, Thousand Oaks CA
10/14/2017
2:00 PM
Our Town
Oak Park High School, Oak Park CA
10/14/2017
3:00 PM
Shadow of a Pout
Hillcrest Players, Thousand Oaks CA
10/14/2017
5:00 PM
My Son Pinocchio Jr.
Conejo Players Children’s Theatre, Thousand Oaks CA
10/14/2017
7:00 PM
Our Town
Oak Park High School, Oak Park CA
10/14/2017
8:00 PM
A Streetcar Named Desire
Moorpark College, Moorpark CA
10/14/2017
8:00 PM
Cabaret
Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center, Simi Valley CA
10/14/2017
8:00 PM
Directing Hamlet
Elite Theatre Company, Oxnard CA
10/14/2017
8:00 PM
Gilbert & Sullivan's "Patience"
Ventura County Gilbert & Sullivan Repertory Company, Thousand Oaks CA
10/14/2017
8:00 PM
Harrogate House (or Two Little Indians 'Cause the Other Eight Died)
Santa Paula Theater Center, Santa Paula CA
10/14/2017
8:00 PM
I Do! I Do!
Camarillo Skyway Playhouse, Camarillo CA
10/14/2017
8:00 PM
Joseph & the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
5 Star Theatricals (formerly Cabrillo Music Theatre) (Fred Kavli Theatre), Thousand Oaks CA

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4 Comments

  1. Sandy Brodsky
    4 years ago

    Hi Cary, Great website! Now, I can finally find all our local theater shows at a glance. “Spelling Bee” opened at Moorpark last night. I didn’t see it on your calender. I will probably be going tomorrow night and next weekend!! I’m sure you can get an interview from Ryan, before he becomes to famous! He will be attending UC Irvine this fall.
    Hope to see you their!
    Sandy

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    1. Cary Ginell
      4 years ago

      Hi Sandy!
      Yes, thanks for the info. I would love to talk to Ryan about the show and feature him on the site. We also want to keep in touch with all of our VC alums to find out what they’re up to out in the “real world” of “the Thee-Uh-Tuh.”

      Reply
  2. Bruce Little
    3 years ago

    A key or hotlink to the symbols on the calendar would be helpful

    Reply
    1. Cary Ginell
      3 years ago

      The initials refer to the name of the theater company, which is identified if you click on the show title. There are no other symbols – thanks for your comment!

      Reply

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