The third international ADaPT Festival consists of performances & conferences celebrating movement arts & experimental genres with educational forums and networking components. Majority of the performances and conferences will be held at Center Stage Theater, 751 Paseo Nuevo Mall, 93101. For more information please contact at (805)963-0408 or visit their website at www.centerstagetheater.org. In 2013 the ADaPT Festival returns to the United States as a bi-coastal Festival with ArtBark International serving as hosts. Designed in a conference format, in addition to performances of dance, physical theater, and performance installation by world class artists, the 11-day event, from July 23 - August 3, will include opportunities for artists to network, engage in dialog, and participate in classes in Santa Barbara. There will be more opportunities in other cities as well, please check at: http://www.adaptfest.com/2013-calendar. For tickets and box office information please visit: http://www.adaptfest.com/2013-festival-tickets.
In 2011 Sonne Blauma Danscz Theatre hosted the inaugural award winning dance and physical theater festival drawing more than 100 artists from five countries and 23 different cities with events in Santa Barbara and Los Angeles. The second year, Raw Matters and ADaPT participant Regina Picker hosted the festival in 2012 with events in Vienna, Austria at Palais Kablewerks and Contramass Galerie. Associated with the ADaPT Festival series is ArtBark’s Affinity Project – which gives ADaPT artists a chance to reconnect for continued performance, education and information exchanges. In 2012 Affinity events occurred in Santa Barbara, Pasadena, and Paris, France culminating in a five-day Festival in October 2012.
Santa Barbara Independent Arts Editor/Critic Charles Donelan said, “The inaugural SB-ADaPT Festival took over Center Stage Theater last weekend with two full programs—Alpha and Omega—that brought together dance and physical theater companies from as far away as Istanbul and as close by as Long Beach to create a magical atmosphere of excitement and aesthetic adventure...SB-ADaPT contributed not only a beautifully executed set of programs to the community but also an example of how much can be accomplished on a small budget by like-minded artists willing to take chances and engage in genuine international exchange.”
(Santa Barbara, CA) If you’ve ever wondered what goes on in an acting class, playwright Annie Baker’s award-winning, Circle Mirror Transformation is about just that – where real people explore their lives and creativity, as they gather weekly for an acting class taught at a local community center. Produced by DramaDogs, a Theater Company for two weekends only at Center Stage Theater from March 21 through March 30, the play ‘mirrors’ the outreach DramaDogs does in the local community with its body-centered acting classes. Life imitating art comes full ‘circle’ here. And yes, the people on stage will go through a ‘transformation’ which will hopefully resonate with audiences. Directed by Ken Gilbert, this troop of characters communicates something fundamental about theatrical expression. Winning the 2010 Obie* Award for Best New American Play, theatre reviewer, Charles Isherwood of The New York Times declared, Circle Mirror Transformation “the kind of unheralded gem that sends people into the streets babbling and bright-eyed with the desire to spread the word.” Gilbert, co-founder of the company said, “Ms. Baker’s play aligns with DramaDogs’ mission to develop or produce theatrical pieces that touch the human spirit. The seemingly simple setting of a beginning theater class takes the mystery out of the art form and reveals the power of self discovery and expression inherent in the creative process.”
Co-founder E. Bonnie Lewis agreed, “DramaDogs brings an artistic aesthetic to the performing arts community that not only entertains but offers a transparent experience of the creative process. Essential in all of our projects, is the invitation to our audiences to be inside the experience rather than simply be passively entertained.” Following each performance audiences will be invited to stick around for talk backs with the artists that demystify their creative process, illuminate the deliberate choices developed in their theatrical pieces, and give audiences the immediate opportunity to critique, comment, and express their experience. Lewis acknowledged, “The Santa Barbara premiere of Circle Mirror Transformationexemplifies beautifully the creative process we embrace.”
Set in the small fictitious town of Shirley, Vermont Circle Mirror Transformation is part of a trilogy of plays Baker penned about the quirky residents. An absorbing, unblinking and sharply funny play which traces the lives of a handful of small-townVermont residents who gather each week for an acting class taught at the local community center. The theatre “games” are funny, imaginative and sometimes absurd, but the real drama lies beneath the games—where secrets come to light in unexpected ways. By the play’s end we seem to see to the very bottom of these souls, and feel how the acting class has shaped their lives in substantial ways.
“Circle Mirror Transformation”is directed by Ken Gilbert with set & lighting design by Theodore Michael Dolas. DramaDogs cast features: Joe Andrieu, E. Bonnie Lewis, Maria Oliveria, Michelle A. Osborne and Craig Scott. Circle Mirror Transformation plays Thursdays through Saturdays at 8 p.m., with matinees on Saturday & Sunday, March 23 & 24 @ 2 p.m. General admission tickets are $20; $15 for Students & Seniors. Special low priced preview, Thursday, March 21 all tickets are $10. Additionally there will be two “pay what you can” performances Saturday, March 23 @ 2p.m. and Friday, March 28 @ 8 p.m. These special tickets will only be sold at the door or on the phone (no online sales) – suggested minimum $5. Center Stage Theater is located at 751 Paseo Nuevo Mall, Santa Barbara, CA 93101. Box Office hours are Wednesday through Friday from 12 noon to 5 p.m. and one-hour prior to all shows. Phone (805)963-0408. Online: http://centerstagetheater.tix.com/Event.asp?Event=545415.
*Obie Awards are the Off-Broadway annual show honors
ABOUT Drama Dogs
E. Bonnie Lewis and Ken Gilbert, the Co-Artistic Directors of DramaDogs, emerged into the Santa Barbara arts scene nearly 20 years ago with their first piece entitled Air for One - a drama in eight scenes about separateness and oneness in the lives of Siamese twins. The work was heartfelt and daring, integrating movement, live music and a parachute set. The audience response was palpable with members approaching post show and thanking us for the powerful and truthful demonstration of what it “feels like to be a twin.” That piece set the tone and the bar for our work.
DramaDogs has four core members, Ken Gilbert, E. Bonnie Lewis, Michelle Osborne and Erica Connell. As a multi-disciplinary body centered theater production company it celebrates the creative process and dedicated to present work that expresses their personal relationship to themselves, each other and the community. DD will continue to bring diverse material that provides heart-felt theatrical experiences; offer body centered training programs educating the professional and non-professional alike in this process, and offer affordable educational outreach activities that ultimately provide acting lessons for life to our community.
WHAT: “Circle Mirror Transformation” 2010 Obie Award-winning play Directed by: Ken Gilbert, Written by: Annie Baker, Set & Lighting Design: Theodore Michael Dolas, Featuring: Joe Andrieu, E. Bonnie Lewis, Maria Oliveria, Michelle A. Osborne, and Craig Scott
WHERE: Center Stage Theater, 751 Paseo Nuevo Mall, Santa Barbara, CA 93101
WHEN: March 21 – 30, 2013: Thurs. – Sat. @ 8 p.m.; Sat. 3/23 & Sun. 3/24 @ 2 p.m. COST: General $20 & $15 Students & Seniors. Low priced preview: Thurs., March 21 only $10. Special: Pay what you can performances: Sat. @ 2p.m. March 23 + Fri. @ 8 p.m. March 29. Tickets sold @ door or on the phone only (no online sales)
ABOUT: An absorbing, unblinking and sharply funny play which traces the lives of a handful of small town Vermont residents who gather each week for an acting class taught at the local community center. The theatre “games” are funny, imaginative and sometimes absurd, but the real drama lies beneath the games—where secrets come to light in unexpected ways. By the play’s end we seem to see to the very bottom of these souls, and feel how the acting class has shaped their lives in substantial ways.
Charles Isherwood of The New York Times declared the Obie Award winning play, Circle Mirror Transformation,“the kind of unheralded gem that sends people into the streets babbling and bright-eyed with the desire to spread the word.”
(Santa Barbara, CA) Set in one of the world’s most famously photographed and written about cities Venice, Italy, APPOGGIATURA (say it: uh-poj-uh-toor-uh) is award-winning playwright James Still’s most recent work. Santa Barbara audiences are in for a moving, funny and intimate journey with three Americans who find themselves in a new, yet in some ways, familiar place 5,000 miles from home. The title of the play comes from the Italian word appoggiare meaning “to lean.” In music, appoggiatura is a note of long or short duration sometimes creating a dissonance before resolving into a main note. And so it is with the play: what begins on a rainy night inside an old-world hotel room in Venice ends on a bright sunny day outside on its streets and campos. The story follows a woman of a certain age who knows this might be her last trip to Italy; her granddaughter who has just graduated from college and has no idea what comes next; and a middle-aged man who doesn't know how to mend his broken heart. Add to the mix their young Italian tour guide who makes up any history he doesn't know, and a collection of roving street musicians. APPOGGIATURA is a play about an American family finding itself by completely losing itself. Italy is a good place to do that.
This ‘Preview Production’ is produced by UCSB’s Theater & Dance Department along with vital donors & patrons. LAUNCH PAD is presenting the eighth new play directed by Risa Brainin, Chair of the Theater & Dance Department. She describes LAUNCH PAD as a crucial part of “the eco-system of new play development.” It’s a working ground for preview productions of new plays made by playwrights, guest and faculty artists and students in dialogue with audiences. APPOGGIATURA begins playing on Thursday, February 28 and runs through Saturday, March 9 in the newly refurbished Hatlen Theater on the UCSB campus for seven performances. Audiences will be encouraged to engage in conversations between artists & audience after each show. (http://www.theaterdance.ucsb.edu/news/event/287-010713)
Two years ago, playwright James Still had just finished a five-year cycle of work that culminated in three world premieres within a four-month period. “Suddenly I was looking down an open road again. I could write about anything I wanted. I started writing a contemporary play about a woman who was taking her just-graduated granddaughter in her early 20s on a ‘grand tour’ of Europe,” said Still. He knew the play would be set in Venice, knew there was a shared history and making the trip was important to both generations. Thus began the APPOGGIATURA script. In the process, he realized this play would be better as part of a trilogy, and not the first play. So he put the Italian script and location aside to write the history of the family in THE HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT. Set six months earlier at the family’s home in Vermont on Thanksgiving, THE HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT was workshopped at the New Harmony Project¹ (Spring 2012) before its world premiere in the fall at Indiana Repertory Theatre² - where Still is playwright in residence. It also won the Todd McNerney New Play Prize from the Spoleto Festival³. Still has been lauded for his keen ear and ability to capture the lyricism of modern conversations getting to the heart of what makes people tick.
Still emphasized the importance of LAUNCH PAD’s format which allowed him to work with the design team from the very beginning of the process and invent the play with them. “The thing that’s unique about LAUNCH PAD is it looks at new play development in a timely and fresh paradigm shift. I write plays for the theatre. I want to see them in a three-dimensional space; I want to see actors explore the silences as part of the language, to experiment with behavior as part of the action.” He acknowledged, “LAUNCH PAD gives me the necessary and rare opportunity to develop my new play the way I dream about: by doing it on stage.” He added, “Working with Risa Brainin who I’ve known and whose work I have treasured for 15 years is important to this story. It’s an essential collaboration on a play that is essential to my artistic life. Process has to be thoughtful and risky and bold – all within a safe environment.”
Just a few months ago, Still learned the Denver Center Theatre would commission APPOGGIATURA. For Brainin and LAUNCH PAD getting the commission was the next natural step for this play and process. “Crystallizing the idea of a panel I moderated this past October for the National Theatre Conference called ‘The Role Of The University In The Ecology Of New Play Development,’ the preview production of APPOGGIATURA is poised to become a precedent setting project for us. My ultimate goal is for other universities to be excited by this model so that, in a short time, preview productions at universities become a standard way to develop new work in the American Theatre,” said Brainin.
Brainin, at the hub of all this creativity, has extensive regional theatre credits and was hired in 2004 to join the faculty. She immediately began an initiative to bring playwrights of national stature to the University of California, Santa Barbara, working side by side with students, faculty artists and guest artists to create plays.
APPOGGIATURA reflects the LAUNCH PAD mission exactly and director Brainin has assembled a stellar team of theatre artists she has collaborated with throughout her career: Award-winning playwright James Still; scenic designer Nayna Ramey; lighting designer Michael Klaers; and costume designer Devon Painter; complemented by Santa Barbara’s well-known music director, David Potter. APPOGGIATURA is brought to life on stage by faculty artists Irwin Appel and Anne Torsiglieri alongside theater students Andrea Barborka, Chris Costanzo, Ian Elliot, Sophie Hassett, Dominic Olivo, Julian Remulla, and Sachi Tanaka.
Nayna Ramey noted that the LAUNCH PAD approach “forces me to crack open my process.” Ramey spoke about the rich experience of the design team going to Venice to be immersed in the culture of that venerable city. Her set beautifully evokes the canals, gondolas, cafes, campos, palazzos and narrow streets of Venice. She noted, “My backdrops are actually refracted versions of the photos I took while we were there. It’s a tight palette of colors – ochres, reds, golds – and this amazing blue green that dominated the city – it ranged from fresh to ages old and peeling.”
In the design presentation on the first day of rehearsal, costume designer Devon Painter described her clothing as “extensions of the scenery. There’s a sense of timelessness in the clothes worn by the locals in Venice.” She went on to share photos of Venetians to illustrate her point – “women still wear house dresses there – the only things that bring them into the modern world are the accoutrements like a cell phone.” She is also devising ways to integrate masks into the production. Venice is famous for its Carnivale celebration marking the Catholic celebration of Lent.
APPOGGIATURA previews are February 28 through March 9; Thursday through Saturday at 8 p.m. with a matinee on Sunday, March 3 @ 2 p.m. - plus there will be conversations with the artists after every performance. The Hatlen Theater is located on the UCSB Campus on Ocean Road. Park in Lot 22 and follow the signs to the Hatlen. Tickets are $17 general; $13 student/senior, UCSB staff & faculty. Box Office hours: Monday – Friday 12 noon to 4 p.m. and one hour prior to all shows. Call (805) 893-7221 or order your tickets online now:https://www.vendini.com/ticket-software.html?t=tix&w=e57be196cb4285daded2d28aa7053b76
NOTE: Photos will be available after February 15
The Hatlen Theater is wheelchair accessible and has the Assistive Listening System in place for patrons who are hard of hearing. Please call in advance to make arrangements (805) 893-3022
ABOUT: appoggiatura \uh-poj-uh-toor-uh\ : from the Italian appoggiare meaning “to lean.” In music, appoggiatura is a note of long or short duration sometimes creating a dissonance before resolving into a main note. Appoggiatura is a play about an American family finding itself by completely losing itself. Italy is a good place to do just that.
The Hatlen Theater is wheelchair accessible and has the Assistive Listening System in place for patrons who are hard of hearing. Please call in advance to make arrangements (805) 893-3022
In 2010 the UCSB Department of Theater and Dance formalized LAUNCH PAD, a residency and performance program at UCSB. This program arrived with Risa Brainin when she joined the faculty in 2004. This is the eighth new play that has been produced. Her experience as a director in regional theatres across the U.S. allowed her to create great working relationships with new American playwrights. This exciting initiative offers a professional playwright the chance to fully produce an original work with faculty members and guest artists in a safe environment with deeply engaged students who are hungry to learn how new plays are developed. Prominent writers who have participated in this process at UCSB include Lila Rose Kaplan, Barbara Lebow, Sarah Ruhl, John Walch, Beau Willimon, and Sheri Wilner.
About: DramaDogs does CLASS, Why Body-Centered Acting?
Your body is your instrument in acting, performing and the part of you that is present in every moment. Satiate your theatrical desires through innovative, evocative, professional instruction in classes of Body-Centered Acting; through the disciplines of sensory awareness, imagery and choice. Pilates, Nia and Yoga are integrated in developing your artistry through the embodiment of your practice. You will find your personal style of: expressivity, bold creative choices, and releasing fear or judgment.
A workshop for Actors, Dancers, Movers and Curious Theater Enthusiasts!
ONE OF SHAKESPEARE’S STRONGEST WOMEN – MARGARET OF ANJOU - COMES INTO HER OWN
IN ORIGINAL WORK “QUEEN UNDAUNTED”
Produced by DramaDogs, a Theater Company
(Santa Barbara/8.23.12) Queen Undaunted: Margaret of Anjou stars E. Bonnie Lewis in this critically acclaimed one-woman show told in private reflection and memory. Margaret is the only female character to appear in four of Shakespeare's plays. From her first appearance as a young French princess engaged to Henry VI of England to her defeated but unvanquished old self, we follow her through Henry VI, Parts 1, 2, and 3 and Richard III . Some historians would say she was responsible for England’s 15th Century civil war – known as the War of the Roses. Pitting the white rose York’s to rebel against the red-rose Lancaster’s; with Margaret more powerful than King Henry on the Lancaster side, this Queen occupied her throne from the beginning of that War to the final defeat of Richard III, the last York king. This play depicts how a woman of the fifteenth century could defy the norms of her time to direct the course ofEngland.
In the course of this tightly packed one-act, Lewis bestows qualities of humanity and depth while peeling away the layers of this diverse woman and inviting audiences to discover the arc of this arguably great woman’s life. Many of the gender issues of her story still relate to today. Lewis was recently reviewed in another production and hailed as “bright, intelligent and passionate... outstanding… always commanding, our own, younger Judy Dench,” by Alex Henteloff of Casa Magazine.
Queen Margaret loves, hates, acts with intensity in a world where women were meant to be compliant, submissive — and quiet. Complex and ambiguous, her voice resonates through the ages. Much of the script is in Shakespeare's words, with transitions and explanations as well as the overall structure created by the playwright Jinny Webber. No background in Shakespeare or medieval English history is needed to enjoy this play, which conveys Margaret's story through words and inventive staging.
Director Ken Gilbert and co-director Michelle A. Osborne designed the innovative staging, sound and costumes, for which their DramaDogs, a Theater Company, is known. Award-winning designer, Theodore Michael Dolas handled the set & lighting duties for this production. Stage Manager is Erica S. Connell, co-founder of DramaDogs.
Critics are united in recommending the performance and play. Justine Sutton, in her Noozhawk review last year exclaimed that, “E. Bonnie Lewis shone in speaking the words as Queen Margaret in all the facets of her complex character. The elegant language, often imbued with her slightly more modern tone and expression, felt accessible and yet still authentic. More than the words, what brought Margaret to life was Lewis’ movement. A dancer as well as actor, she is able to portray raw emotion, as well as depicting the mundane moments in life that not even a queen is immune to, with her physicality. A small gesture of her hand or turn of her mouth could bring deep humanity and vulnerability to this ambitious and volatile character.”
The Santa Barbara Independent’s Arts Editor and reviewer, Charles Donelan noted the one-woman show as “scintillating… deftly acted by the talented E. Bonnie Lewis.” Donelan also praised the script, “(Jinny) Webber succeeds admirably in condensing and organizing the challenging early works of Shakespeare … to give a well-rounded account of an alternately monstrous and majestic woman.”
Queen Undaunted: Margaret of Anjou plays at Center Stage Theater, 751 Paseo Nuevo for one weekend only – Thursday, September 6 though Sunday, September 9. Tickets are available online http://centerstagetheater.org or at the Center Stage Box Office at 751 Paseo Nuevo/Hours: Wednesday – Friday fromnoon to 5:00 P.M., and one hour before performances. Phone: (805)963-0408. (V/TDD)
E. Bonnie Lewis and Ken Gilbert, the Co-Artistic directors of DramaDogs, have been active in the local arts community for the past 18 years. DramaDogs mission continues to bring diverse material and provide cutting edge theatrical experiences to our community.
Tickets: $15 students/seniors; $20 general *Preview only: $10
About: A critically acclaimed one woman show which comes to life in words and movement. French born Margaret is the only person to appear in four of Shakespeare’s plays. From being married off to Henry VI in her teens to becoming the Queen of England, to the tragedy of losing a child andher exile and finally, the last vestiges of a most extraordinary life. Margaret acts with intensity in a world where women were meant to be compliant, submissive and quiet. Complex and ambiguous, her voice still resonates.
WHO: Santa Barbara Dance Theater & UCSB Dept. of Theater and Dance
WHAT:Yes is a long time
Conceived & Choreographed by: Mira Kingsley;Written by Sibyl O’Malley; Sound Design by Colbert S. Davis IV;Scenic and Projection by Dan Evans; Costumes by LeahPiehl; Lighting Design by Pablo N. Molina Featuring: Mira Kingsley, Antonio Anagaran Jr., Jacqueline Kim
WHEN:Friday, September 30 – Sunday, October 2, 2011Fri. @ 8 p.m.; Sat. @ 2 & 8 p.m.; Sunday @ 2 p.m.SPECIAL: On Friday only, after the show ~ Artist’s Talk Back
WHERE:Hatlen Theater, UCSB CampusOcean Road (Park in lots 22 or 23)Santa Barbara, CA 93106
INFO: (805)893-3022 or online http://www.theaterdance.ucsb.edu/events_publicD.php?PerformanceID=384
ABOUT: This professional critically acclaimed dance-theater piece explores the act of looking up, the act of holding up belief, and the act of putting your footdown and claiming your own destiny in a world seemingly composed ofrandom coincidences.
The Hatlen Theater is wheelchair accessible and has the AssistiveListening System in place for patrons who are hard of hearing. Pleasecall in advance to make arrangements (805) 893-3022
ABOUT: Brand new virtual reality experience performed by Academy Award® winning artist J-Walt. Stunning live animation embraces, entertains and explores the actualities of what the newest technology has to offer a multiple award-winning creative artist. Using a drawing tablet, a sound system and a joy stick, this work is all created in real time and puts the audience in the avatar’s seat navigating through the landscapes and imagination of J-Walt in his longest, most ambitious work to date titled, “The Omnicentric Universe.” Using all original music and visuals by J-Walt, it’s a show for all ages to enjoy. You’ll never see the same show from this Master of the Metaverse and you’ll not see anything like this anywhere else. Make it a family night out or grab a group of friends to dive into the virtual experience.
Los Angeles Times calls it “indescribably delicious,” L.A.Weekly, “A head-spinning good time”
YouTube LINKS: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_K9b-kNaAy8 And http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iTclvK3CUks
Spontaneous Fantasia is the live performance work of J-Walt. He utilizes the latest in interactive computer graphics techniques to bring paintings to life. The result is a Spontaneous Fantasia, a live animated movie that unfolds before an audience. These works incorporate elements of animation, theater, dance, painting, sculpture, music, architecture, and interactive art.
“With my performances, I take literally the meaning of the word ‘animation’: making images come to life. I use my drawing skills to give directions to computer programs I’ve written. I aim to capture the sensitivity of gesture, but I also use techniques which amplify and augment the gestures. The wave of the arm or the stroke of the pen is my foundation, but the effect is much more. My creative process for these pieces is to continually shift between painting, programming, composing music, and performing. My goal is to create a wholly integrated experience for the eye, ear, and mind.”
J-Walt Spontaneous Fantasia
J-Walt is a performer interactive designer, filmmaker, graphic artist, and composer. For two decades, he has been at the forefront of interactive art and computer performance, expanding the uses of computer animation into uncharted territories. His Spontaneous Fantasia performances combine aspects of animation, video games, music, theater, dance and architecture into a seamless new art form. He has performed for thrilled audiences around the US as well as in Singapore, Amsterdam, Hamburg, Edmonton, and Singapore.
In March of 2006, J-Walt won an Academy Award for his development of a real-time pre-visualization system, and in 2003, he received a Themed Entertainment Award for a digital puppetry attraction, one of many digital puppet projects he's developed over his career. He produced location-based video games for Sony. He was a founding member of Disney's VR studio, which created a state-of-the-art virtual reality experience for Disney's EPCOT center in 1995.
J-Walt grew up in Evanston, Illinois, and attended the Experimental Animation department of CalArts, graduating in 1988. J-Walt's movies and images have been exhibited at Ars Electronica, SIGGRAPH, MOCA, Sinking Creek Film Festival, New York Animation Festival, and others. In his spare time, he organizes the Los Angeles Abstract Movie Workshop. He lives in Altadena, California.
2003-Present: Spontaneous Fantasia Performances
2003-2006: J-Viz Pre-Visualization System for Feature Films and TV
2000-2003: Interactive Character Designer for Disney
1995-2000: Location-Based games and Interactive Theme Park Rides for Sony
1992-1995: Virtual Reality Studio at Disney, Aladdin VR
1990-1992: Animator/Developer for TV and movie effects, Homer and Associates
1988-1990: Animator/Developer of real-time puppets and pre-viz for DeGraf/Wahrman, Inc.
1986-1988: Animator/Developer, VSE, Inc.
1988: Nissan Focus Student Film Award for Recurrents
J-Walt has performed his Spontaneous Fantasia shows over one hundred times in the US and in Europe. An detailed list is available at http://www.spontaneousfantasia.com/past.html
SYNOPSIS:A romantic comedy for the holidays.Can a failed actress and writer,pull off the impossible and land a successful TV Executive and the man of her dreams, as a partner on stage and off, all on Christmas Eve?Come see how it all works out.
Located at the Santa Barbara County animal shelterK-9 PALS is the volunteer non-profit organization providingpet adoption, fostering, and training for dogs at Santa Barbara County Animal Shelter.Our show is about two lost souls who fine each other and it resonated with what K-9 Pals does - Caring for abandon dogs and helping them find their perfect match.After expenses all funds will go to K-9 Pals.
Make it a great holiday gift for you and the dogs.