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Their idea grew, but they needed help to make it a reality. So they brought the community together at the Lobero Theatre and designed special events to generate support for what would become Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital. Today we celebrate over 125 years of creativity, partnership and health in our community. We applaud the power of people and inspiring minds working together to build stronger communities.
Thank you, Lobero Theatre, for allowing us to sing, laugh, dance, think and grow together. Learn more about the history of Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital at cottagehealth.org/125
Our story started with a group of women and one big idea: Build a great hospital for Santa Barbara.
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President’s Message STEVE HAYES - LOBERO BOARD PRESIDENT It is 2020 and the Lobero Theatre is as busy as any of us can remember! Nearly 150 years after Jose Lobero saw his opera house open its doors, I’m not sure he would believe his eyes if he saw how far it has come. It’s still a home for Opera as he envisioned, but with today’s incredible variety of rock ‘n’ roll, film, comedy, jazz, magic, dance, and chamber music offerings, this theater has something everyone can enjoy. The activity on the stage is an important part of our mission. It’s also the most visible aspect of what we do as a Board of Directors and staff. We love caring for this building and serving the community, but the work we do behind the scenes is just as critical to the health and vibrancy of this organization. •
Building maintenance and upgrades – The building is job #1, and that means more than changing the lightbulbs and fixing the plumbing. We have a running list of capital priorities to ensure that the theater is safe, accessible and offers a high-quality performance experience for artists and audiences alike. We are continually upgrading equipment and actively seeking ways to be more energyefficient as new technology becomes available.
Programs that welcome our underserved communities – Arts accessibility is something we champion at the theater and beyond. We bring low-income families and seniors to the Lobero to enjoy a variety of performances. We send artists into schools to share their time and talent with eager students. We also make sure that this stage is a home for Santa Barbara’s next generation of performers through youth performance subsidies. See page 25 to find out more about our Youth & Community Outreach programs.
Fiscal stability and growth – It’s not the most glamorous part of the work we do but watching the bottom line and finding sensible ways to improve our financial position is key to all other aspects of our operations. Raising a healthy endowment will ensure that long after we are gone, this theater will continue to be an asset to the community and a home for the best in performing arts. See page 52 to learn how you can get involved.
As a fan, I love coming to the Lobero to see great performances, and I feel a sense of ownership of this intimate venue. As a Board member, I’m proud to act as a steward of this historic icon, ensuring that this vibrant stage continues to run smoothly.
I hope to see you at the Lobero often. Sincerely,
Steve Hayes Lobero Board President
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BOARD OF DIRECTORS EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Steve H. Hayes, President Charles de Lâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Arbre, Vice President Melissa Fassett, Secretary Bridget Foreman, Treasurer Amy MacLeod, Past President Tim Casey, At Large John Gerngross, At Large
Mike Pahos Lady Leslie Ridley-Tree Marilyn Schuermann Rob Skinner Anne F. Towbes Anthony Wall Judi Weisbart Gay Ashforth Wilson Nancy R. Lynn, Executive Director Emeritus
BOARD MEMBERS Sharon Whittier Bradford Tim Casey Steve Cloud Mindy Denson Jeff DeVine Melissa Fassett Bridget Foreman John Gerngross Brett Hodges Michael Jaffe Laurie Bentson Kauth Janet McCann William Nasif Frank Schipper Ben Trosky Bo Willis David Anderson, Director Emeritus
EXECUTIVE TEAM David Asbell, Executive Director Marianne Clark, Administrative Director Don McGreevy, Controller DEVELOPMENT TEAM Brandon Mowery, Director of Development Jim Dougherty, Director of Planned Giving Adrienne DeGuevara, Assistant Director of Development Sheila Caldwell, Donor Relations & Events MARKETING TEAM Angie Bertucci, Marketing & Communications Director Cecilia Martini-Muth, Marketing & Graphic Design Naseem Hyder, Web Development OPERATIONS TEAM Genevieve Rhiger, Ticketing Services Director Daniel Ramirez, House Manager Betsy Craig, Concession Manager Luis Mejia-Luna, Maintenance Abraham Samudio, Maintenance PRODUCTION STAFF Todd A. Jared, Technical Director and Production Manager J.O. Davis, Audio Engineer Brad Spaulding, Lighting Director Erik Moore, Projectionist BOX OFFICE TEAM Gina Graham, Box Office Manager Emily Valenzuela, Assistant Box Office Manager Kiara Trujillo, Box Office Associate Joshua James, Box Office Associate Jessica Talmadge, Box Office Associate Diana Torres, Box Office Associate
LOBERO THEATRE ASSOCIATES Mindy Denson, President Maribel Jarchow, Vice President Joan Crossland, Treasurer Susan Tarlow, Corresponding Secretary Margaret Slater, Recording Secretary Emily Dempster, Historian Annie Williams, Past President and Parliamentarian ADVISORY BOARD Barbara J. Burgess Leland Crawford Jr. Patrick Davis Rod Lathim Bob Light Paula Lopez Lillian Lovelace Craig Madsen Alfred V. Morgan Jim Morouse 6
Lobero Theatre Foundation 33 E. Canon Perdido Street Santa Barbara, CA 93101 Box Office: 805.963.0761 Foundation Office: 805.966.4946 Lobero.org
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President's Message Director's Letter Lobero Fund Letter Jim's Corner Associates Spotlight Volunteers Spotlight Ghostlight Society Donors Ghostlight Society Social About the Artist / Donor Profile Spotlight on Nebula Dance Youth & Community Outreach Brubeck Circle Donors Jazz at the Lobero Corporate and Culinary Sponsorship What's On Rent the Lobero Doing our Part Give Day Heritage Society In Memoriam VIP Tickets How You Can Help Lobero FUND Donors Capital Improvement Donors / Index of Advertisers Heritage Society / Endowment Donors
BACKSTAGE AT THE LOBERO, Spring 2020 edition BACKSTAGE AT THE LOBERO is published biannually by the Lobero Theatre Foundation. 33 E. Canon Perdido Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101. Free of charge. Performance photos by David Bazemore unless otherwise noted. Cover art by Laurie Elizabeth McKinley.
DIRE C TOR'S LE T T ER
Benjamin Beilman and Alessio Bax
Sophisticated Music. Sublime Hall. Introducing the Lobero Theatre Chamber Music Project This year the Lobero Theatre Foundation officially joined forces with Music Director and Conductor Heiichiro Ohyama and renowned violinist Benjamin Beilman to launch the Lobero Theatre Chamber Music Project. This new venture is intended to present the best in chamber music and engage new audiences in this enduring art form. Ohyama introduced supporters to Beilman at a speical preview performance hosted by former Santa Barbara Chamber Orchestra Board President Joe Campanelli this past October. The fresh-faced violinist has performed with many major orchestras worldwide including the London Philharmonic, Sydney Symphony, and San Francisco Symphony to great critical acclaim. He performs regularly at the major halls across the world including Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Louvre (Paris), and many others—all of this by age 30. He thanked the group by saying, “I am so grateful for Heiichiro’s mentorship and I'm very happy to be a part of this new endeavor.” After the performance, musicologist Derek Katz answered questions from the audience regarding the pieces performed, which led to a lively exchange reflecting the intimate nature of the gathering and easy friendship between the two artists. We’re looking forward to continuing this energy of camaraderie and excellence in the Lobero Theatre Chamber Music Project. All the musicians who will be part of this first season have a connection to each other as well as impressive solo careers, and look forward to collaborating on these demanding and beautiful works.
Maestro Heiichiro Ohyama and Joe Campanelli
The Lobero Theatre is cherished for its intimacy, especially for chamber music. Maestro Ohyama has curated a program to showcase exceptional players and musical selections in this space. The word choice of “project” is no accident, as it is our first year exploring this new partnership and finding ways to successfully utilize the funds held at the closing of the Santa Barbara Chamber Orchestra’s 501c3. The Lobero Theatre Foundation is inspired by the possibilities in this new collaboration, and will administer the funds in the spirit of which they were given—whether it’s the Chamber Music Project in its current form, the festival format we aspire to grow into, or something brand new that will develop in the coming years. Joe Campanelli agrees, “[The Lobero Theatre Foundation] embraces our vision of applying the funds to continue providing music education offerings, and the flexibility to present any other collaborative classical music as appropriate.” We’re committed to acting in service of the gift, and we hope this new Chamber Music Project will be a complement to our classical music partners for many years to come.
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Concerts continue February 8 & 9. Look for more information on the second year of the Lobero Theatre Chamber Music Project soon. 7
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With a little help from our friends (and sponsors) One of the most exciting sustainable improvements the Lobero has been working toward are new bar-style concession carts that serve beer and wine through a tap system. Keg service preserves beverages for longer periods than bottles and cans, and helps drastically cut back on waste. All this means increased efficiency and convenience, and the ability to serve more patrons quickly. Kunin Winery, our new corporate sponsor, will be one of two wineries supporting these new greener concessions efforts by supplying wine kegs. Kunin Wines, owned by Magan Kunin, distributes their wine nationally and at their popular tasting room in the Funk Zone. This local, familyowned business produces approximately 5,000 cases per year and we canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t wait for you to enjoy them here. Third Window Brewery will be our featured beer partner. A part of the Fess Parker Family, who have been actively supporting Jazz at the Lobero for the last two seasons, Third Window will be providing a rotating selection of craft beers and rotating taps. In addition, you may have noticed that the Lobero is no longer selling disposable plastic water bottles. Thanks to a corporate sponsorship from Sol Wave Water, we are able to offer free filtered water. Patrons can refill cups they purchased from concessions, fill their stainless Lobero pint cups, or bring their own water bottles.
We love working with partners in the community who share our goal of a greener future. Corporate Sponsorship can take many forms and are a vital component to supporting Lobero LIVE productions. Sponsorship can include advertising, ticket packages and a host of other benefit possibilities. If you share our passion for a sustainable future, please reach out and let me know how we can work together. In thanks,
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Jim Dougherty with Sheila Caldwell, a Ghostlight Member and the Lobero Donor Relations & Special Event Coordinator.
A Captured Dream:
Celebrating the Grand Opening of the New Lobero Theatre, August 4, 1924 In 1924, Miss Sarah Redington reviewed the opening of the New Lobero Theatre designed by George Washingon Smith and Lutah Maria Riggs and spoke for the whole town, no doubt, when she said, “The building is a captured dream.” She continued describing the opening event, an original play entitled Beggar on Horseback, “It is a delicious bit of selfexpression. It is a study in Americanism, a sermon. It is a triumphant bit of funmaking. And above all, it is a dream.” The new Lobero Theatre was the work of the Community Arts Association. When they went to the community, everyone was approached for a contribution and everyone gave what they could. Only two persons gave over $1,000 dollars. It was indeed a community effort raising $180,000 for the building of our current Lobero Theatre. As one of the committee members said, “We are proud of the new Lobero and Santa Barbara should be proud of it too. The city now has one of the finest community playhouses in the country and its completion is an achievement made possible only through the cooperation and help of all kinds. It is truly a community center and this fact must be kept uppermost if the institution’s real ideals are to be carried out.”
The Lobero continues to stand as that community center first envisioned by founder Jose Lobero, and reimagined by our community in the form of our beautiful Lobero Theatre.
The Heritage Campaign is our community’s way to ensure the dream is truly captured and will always remain for future generations to enjoy. Although the theater is a reality, the continued dream is the force that gives life to what awaits us tomorrow. Please talk to me about how you can play a role.
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Thanks to Heritage Society Members Lyn & David Anderson *Ruth Appleby *Julia Bates Sarah Boyajian Sharon & David Bradford George Burtness Louise & Tim Casey Joanna Candler *Charlotte M. Castalde Bridget Colleary Christina Criswell Nancy Crouse Barbara & Charles DeL’Arbre Josie & Jeff DeVine Bridget & Mark Foreman *Sandra K. Garcia Konnie & Andy Gault Cheryl Doty & John Gerngross Christine Green Shirley Ann & Jim Hurley Laurie Bentson Kauth & Bill Kauth Elaine & Herb Kendall Shirley & Seymour Lehrer Amy & Don MacLeod Janet & *John McCann John E. McGovern & Family Graciela Montgomery Bob Pedraglia Meg & Dan Purdy *Betty L. Richardson Leslie & Frank Schipper Harlene & Doug Smith Michael Smith *Michael Towbes Linda & Doug Wood *In memoriam and with gratitude
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Above Top Row L-R: Sandy Stahl, Marianne Clark, Susan Tarlow, Emily Johnson, Mandana Mirabrishami, Carol Wathen, Beverly Clark, Leslie Haight, Nina Katsiv, Mary Morrow, Sylvia Easton Bottom row: Maribel Jarchow, Hope Kelly, Annie Williams, Angie Ferraro, Emily Dempster, Janet McCann, Lily Marx, Mindy Denson, Lana McIntyre Top Right: Rhea Hayes, Mindy Denson Bottom Right: Emily Johnson, Emily Dempster, Ellen Kislingbury, Margaret Slater
President Mindy Denson is bringing the Lobero Theatre Associates out of the wings, and into the spotlight. EXECUTIVE BOARD: Mindy Denson, President Maribel Jarchow, Vice President Joan Crossland, Treasurer Susan Tarlow, Corresponding Secretary Margaret Slater, Recording Secretary Emily Dempster, Historian Annie Williams, Past President and Parliamentarian
WELCOME NEW MEMBERS: Lisa Amador Brenda Blalock Beverly Clark Trish Davis Deana Hyde Mandana Mirabriehami Marcia Ribeiro Mona Rose Linda Sparkle Bettie Weiss
For those who have not met Mindy Denson, she is an absolute sparkplug with a big smile and a kind word for everyone. She loves to lend a hand whenever she can. Mindy joined the Associates in 2016 and quickly became the co-chair of the holiday tea, jumping in head first to her new role. She describes how longtime Associates Janet McCann, Sylvia Easton and Annie Williams approached her and told her it was her time to join. Each year, Mindy celebrates her anniversary with the Associates at the Holiday Tea, where she enjoys the friendly competition about who’s been a member the longest. In addition to her Associate duties, she’s also spending time at the Lobero volunteering as an usher. “I love being an usher; it’s an honor to see the smiling faces of people as they enter the auditorium for the first time.” She’s a huge jazz fan, naming Pat Metheny, Dave Brubeck, and Dorado Schmitt as some of her favorite artists. She feels the spirit of her father—a pianist—whenever she’s in the theater, which is one of the reasons that she’s so comfortable at the Lobero and so committed to supporting this important icon. The Associates are welcoming a record ten new members this season! Not only are they bringing in new women, but many former members are also returning to the ranks after an absence.
“Outreach is a big theme of my presidency. I just want everyone to know how much I love these women, and it’s so great to spend time together.” In addition to the Associates, Mindy also lends her considerable talents to other organizations in the area, many focused on the environment and animals. She gives her time to Bucket Brigade, Santa Barbara Firefighters Alliance (where she serves on the board), the Montecito Community Foundation, and the Santa Barbara Wildlife Network. You can also find her working at Coast to Coast in La Arcada or playing polo– especially now that her rotator cuff is mended. There are many opportunities to get involved with this dynamic group of fundraisers. This year they are enjoying many new ways to get together while supporting the theater, from a champagne toast at the Olive & Espig Gallery in the Upper Village, to Associates’ Night Out events at the Lobero, and more. Stay tuned for more information on the Associates' signature Hats Off event, which will feature a special guest and raise funds for a special “Curtain Call,” underwriting a new curtain for the Lobero Theatre.
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Key Party band members: Aaron Campos, Estrella Arroyos Campos, Celia Wright, Duncan Wright Photos: Louie Esquivel
Clockwise from top left: Todd Smith with Daniel Ramirez. Rosemarie Fennel-Maher, Sidonia Slaff, Bob Arenz. Elaine Rymills. Gerri French, Susan Braden, Barbara Rosen.
Going Above and Beyond Every year I am honored to host Volunteer Appreciation night to thank our wonderful family of ushers for dedicating their time and making the Lobero Theatre a better place.
Next time you’re in the audience at the Lobero, look to see if your usher is wearing a pin that signifies they have earned a special honor including Usher of the Month or Usher of the Year. Be sure to say thank you if you can; they are here for you.
These individuals spend much of their time—some devoting 50-100 nights each serving right here in the Lobero. (That’s twice per week, or more in some cases!) We took an additional moment this year to recognize the ushers who have been at the Lobero for 20 years and beyond, which is an incredible commitment, and a testament that we must be doing something right. The annual celebration offers a time to kick back and be served by the Foundation staff who work as ushers for the evening. Music was provided by Key Party, a four-piece band known for their thematic sets and coordinating outfits. They played a spirited set with a Halloween Theme. State and Fig once again provided a mouth-watering pasta bar and dessert. After dinner, it was time to show off a few moves on the dance floor.
I am humbled to work with such a loyal and enthusiastic group of people.
We’ll see you soon,
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Ushers of the Month: Todd Smith, Tom Hoffman, Barbara Petronis, Rosemarie Fennell, Debra Fedaleo, Elaine Rymills, Joe Legacy, Sid Slaff, Erica Smith, William Schrack, Kathleen Boehm, Vicki Ahlgren, Teri Conway
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Keeping the light of live performance burning bright. The Lobero Ghostlight Society. Lamplighters Lyn & David Anderson Sharon & David Bradford Coleen & Ted Friedel Peter Hilf Natalie & Brett Hodges Laurie & Bill Kauth Lillian Lovelace Earl Minnis Mercedes Millington & John Mithun Dianne & Daniel Vapnek Norm Waitt
Ghostlight Members Bitsy & Denny Bacon Nori & Ed Brown Sheila & Bailey Caldwell Louise & Tim Casey Sarah & Roger Chrisman Katie DeWitt Patricia & Tom Foley Beth & Lee Gabler Cheryl Doty & John Gerngross Robert Guttman Steve Hayes Joan & Palmer Jackson Sr. Susan & Palmer Jackson Jr. Ron Jones Jutta Maue-Kay & John Kay Melinda Goodman & Robert Kemp Herbert & Elaine Kendall
George Burtness Jim & Sally Dougherty Lillian & *Jon Lovelace Anne & *Michael Towbes
Lyn & David Anderson *Baroness Leni Fe Bland Louise & Tim Casey
Lynne Cantlay & Robert Klein Marilyn & Dick Mazess McAlister Family Janet & *John McCann John McGovern Betsey Von Summer & John Moller Mary & Jim Morouse Susan & Ron Morrow Ruth & Bob Reingold Leslie & Frank Schipper Missy & Chuck Sheldon Ashley Parker & Tim Snider Barbara Stupay Cheryl & Ben Trosky Whittier Trust Bo Willis Merryl & Chuck Zegar
Artistic Luminaries Charles Lloyd Milt Larsen
For over 146 years, through the leanest times and grandest evenings, the Ghostlight has cast a warm glow over our intimate stage. It’s a beacon for the muses of drama, dance and music – a spark of brilliance to keep creative spirits company from curtain-down to curtain-up. The strong and steady support of the Lobero Ghostlight Society illuminates our behind-the-scenes efforts and – like the steadfast bulb at center stage – keeps our vibrant theatre from ever going dark. *in memoriam and with gratitude
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Bryan Titus Trio Clockwise: Mariko & Frank Tabar, Sheila & Bailey Caldwell, Mindy & Chris Denson, Denise Dannemiller & David Asbell, Nolan Nicholson, Hubert Guillot de Suduiraut, Don & Amy MacLeod
Out and About with Ghostlight Society Members and Friends Becoming a member of the Ghostlight Society doesn’t just mean great concerts. There are a myriad of other perks, including a private winery tour with the Fess Parker Family. October is a beautiful time of year in the Santa Ynez Valley, setting the scene for a carefree day at the Fess Parker Family Winery with Ghostlight members and friends. The Sunday sojourn began late in the morning with a chartered bus ride courtesy of Coastal Concierge. Ghostlight members John Gerngross and Cheryl Doty, Katie Dewitt, Brett & Natalie Hodges, and Bailey and Sheila Caldwell all piled into the leather seats. Board members Charles d’LArbre and his wife Barbara, Amy MacLeod and her husband Don, and Lobero staffers David Asbell and his wife Denise, Jim Dougherty, and Brandon Mowery all took in the day with Frank Tabar of Farmers & Merchants Trust and his wife Mariko. Associates board president Mindy Denson also joined with her husband Chris, and their friend and new Branch Manager of Farmers & Merchants Bank, Nolan Nicholson and Hubert Guillot de Suduiraut. Upon arriving at the winery, guests were greeted with a toast of Fess Parker’s award-winning Fesstivity—a lovely sparkling white wine perfect for a warm autumn day (and a popular souvenir purchase). The tasting took place in the beautiful barrel room led by Ashley Parker and Tim Snider. Ashley and Tim regaled the group with origin stories of the vineyard and
led a tasting of everything from a crispy Viognier through a complex Pinot Noir, and a memorable Cabernet Sauvignon. The Parkers supplied a map to illustrate the growing regions of each wine and explained the different techniques used in each vintage. Afterwards, the group enjoyed a tour of the winemaking facility—a vast warehouse of equipment and forklifts where Tim proudly displayed his technical expertise. A lovely lunch supplied by Coastal Concierge was served on a private outdoor patio while the Bryan Titus Trio played their special brand of toe-tapping modern American Roots Music. It was a perfect way to spend a sunny autumn day among friends and fans of the theater. Thank you to the Fess Parker family for their sponsorship, support, and gracious hospitality.
If you’d like to learn more about the Lobero Ghostlight Society, contact Brandon Mowery at 805.679.6009 or firstname.lastname@example.org 19
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Interviewed by Brandon Mowery, Lobero Theatre Director of Development
Meet cover artist Laurie McKinley
Brandon with his daughter Finley
The beautiful paintings featured on this and the previous BACKSTAGE were created by Laurie McKinley, who is not only a talented artist, but also a generous supporter. Laurie is from Santa Barbara and has been attending performances at the Lobero since the early ‘50’s with her grandmother, and now brings her grandchildren. She has been inspired by the magic of this hall for many years and shares that with the world through her paintings—and her gifts. I had the good fortune to sit and learn more about our talented collaborator.
BM: Tell me a little about your artistic passions. At what point in your life did you realize that painting was going to become your profession? LM: I always had the feeling that I was part of a global family. I traveled as a child, and was drawn to many different cultures. My career included social work and documentary film work with National Geographic. I wanted to capture cultural happenings that I observed through my travels. My art has given me that outlet to share that magic as well as to capture the disappearance of certain cultural acts. BM: How were you introduced to the Lobero? LM: My friends and colleagues Cheryl Doty and John Gerngross were becoming more involved with the theater, and I was intrigued with the Lobero’s commitment to magic, music and the arts. It is what brings the community together and makes Santa Barbara special. BM: What was the Lobero like when you were a child? LM: I remember a lot of ballet, dance, color … so much joy! I felt so comfortable there, like I could be myself. It fed my soul. BM: Talk to us about the inspiration behind your cover paintings; what led you to choose your subjects?
LM: I look for images that have energy and movement. I was also intrigued by the Ghostlight. Once I learned the story of why it remains on stage, I wanted it to be present in my paintings. BM: What does the Lobero mean to you and what do you see as its place in the community? LM: The Lobero represents everything that Santa Barbara has been since the beginning. It’s the archetype for our city architecturally and emotionally. It’s a reminder of how lucky we are as a community. BM: What do you look for when you support an organization, and how does the Lobero capture the spirit of that engagement? LM: I love to give back. I embrace creativity and the arts, and that the staff has passion and purpose to keep the Lobero alive. Inclusive, passion and purpose—we need all those things. BM: What are your hopes for the Lobero moving forward? LM: Keep embracing dance, music and remain a resource for fans of all ages. I want to make sure all children, grade school through college, can go and experience the magic.
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We bring the arts to life for thousands of kids each year Nebula Dance Lab presents KARANA in 2020 Since 2015, the Lobero has been partnering with Nebula Dance Lab to bring high-quality dance performances to the Lobero stage for youth audiences. Each year more than 2,000 students have the opportunity to experience these intelligent programs with their classrooms. Having just celebrated their 10th Anniversary in 2019, we are excited to announce Nebulaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 2020 production, KARANA. KARANA is an original work and the first dance adaptation of the book, Island of the Blue Dolphins. This book is an important part of the elementary school curriculum focused on local history. Nebula is honored to have the opportunity and responsibility of helping to illuminate the culture of local Native American tribes (specifically the natives at Ghalas-at, an island off the coast of California, also known as San Nicolas), and the rich story of a persevering young woman. A compelling historical fiction, the story explores history, Native American culture, themes of forgiveness and trust, loneliness and companionship, and moral development. Told through the eyes of a young girl, KARANA is set to be a captivating and exhilarating performance. Four performances of KARANA will be available for school field trips in November 2020, as well as one public performance to be announced.
Other Youth & Community Outreach programs
Here at the Lobero, we believe the best gift we can give to local youth is the chance to experience live performances. Whether as a performer on our stage or as member of the audience, the Loberoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Youth & Community Outreach programs bring the arts alive for thousands each year. 24
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“What an incredible day! I could see the players in my band playing “up” to the world-class musicians in Derek’s band.” – Jim Mooy, Artistic Director, SBCC Jazz Ensemble Jazz Residencies
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Thanks to the Brubeck Circle, we have two jazz residencies that reach hundreds of students throughout Santa Barbara County and make a big impact.
Throughout the year, at-risk and underserved youth, seniors and families are invited to join our audience for a live arts experience–for many, their first. In 2019-20, more than 2,500 individuals will receive complimentary tickets for Nebula Dance Lab, Santa Barbara Vocal Jazz, It’s Magic!, the Derek Douget Band and other Lobero LIVE events.
Santa Barbara Vocal Jazz Foundations provides jazz history and performance residencies to local 4th, 5th and 6th grade students at three schools.
Each spring, the Derek Douget Band comes all the way from New Orleans to provide hands-on instruction to local junior high, high school and college jazz bands.
Performance Subsidies Each year more than 800 children and teens perform on the Lobero stage. Santa Barbara Vocal Jazz Foundation, Santa Barbara Youth Symphony, Gustafson Dance, Santa Barbara Youth Ensemble Theatre, Montecito Union, Cold Spring and Crane Schools and the AHA! Sing it Out program all bring their culminating recitals home to the Lobero for a professional performance experience.
Thanks to our sponsors SBVJF’s residencies are funded in part by the Community Arts Program using funds provided by the City of Santa Barbara in partnership with the County Office of Arts & Culture
Our thanks to the Lobero Brubeck Circle and the many sponsors and donors who make these programs possible: The Bentson Foundation, Brown Family Foundation The Leni Fund, Harold P. McAlister Foundation John C. Mithun Foundation, Towbes Fund for the Performing Arts, a field of interest fund of the Santa Barbara Foundation 25
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Hitting all the right notes: The Brubeck Circle and Jazz at the Lobero make beautiful music together The Jazz at the Lobero Series was born from a passion for dynamic and intimate performances from top jazz artists you couldn’t get anywhere else. It continues today thanks to the support and patronage of our subscribers and Brubeck Circle Members. The Brubeck Circle of donors have made it possible for the Lobero to present amazing jazz artists from across the spectrum—from Herbie Hancock to Esperanza Spalding. In addition, funds are used to ensure that students can experience top, innovative artists on stage and in the classroom.
For a gift of only $100, Brubeck Circle members can help offer young players opportunities to not only play with the pros, but to see them live at the Lobero thanks to special student ticket pricing.
What's On This Spring Dianne Reeves Beleza Brazil Tuesday, February 18 In Portuguese, “Beleza Brazil” loosely translates to “the beauty of Brazil,” a sentiment brought to the fore in this exquisite program. Featuring a masterful band, this is Dianne’s first program devoted entirely to the beautiful music of Brazil. The Derek Douget Band Friday, April 10 Acclaimed saxophonist Derek Douget returns to the Lobero Theatre after a week of masterclasses in area schools for an evening of New Orleans jazz you won’t want to miss! Charles Lloyd and the Marvels Monday, April 13 This exciting collaboration highlights the guitar wizardry of Bill Frisell and slide guitarist Greg Leisz. Their recent release, I Long to See You has been met with critical praise. The Brubeck Brothers Quartet, Celebrating Dave Brubeck’s Centennial Wednesday, May 13 To celebrate his life and legacy, Dave’s sons Chris and Dan Brubeck, who performed and recorded with their father since the 1970’s, curate a multimedia show that travels the timeline of Dave’s extraordinary life and career. 29
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Lobero Theatre Chamber Music Project
Heiichiro Ohyama returns as a violist for this special weekend of ambitious Chamber Music at the Lobero Theatre, assisted by brilliant young violin soloist Benjamin Beilman, internationally renowned violinist Ida Kavafian (Beaux Arts Trio), cellist Clive Greensmith (Tokyo Quartet), and young virtuoso pianist Louis Schwizgebel. Not to be missed! Presented by Lobero LIVE. Classical, Saturday, February 8 at 7:30 PM and Sunday, February 9 at 4 PM
Blind Pilot with special guest Andrew Duhon
Blind Pilot (Israel Nebeker, Ryan Dobrowski, Kati Claborn, Dave Jorgensen, Ian Krist and Luke Ydstie) hails from Portland, Oregon where the founding members bonded over a west coast tour via bicycle. Over the last 12 years they have sold out concerts throughout the U.S., Europe and the UK, and performed at Newport Folk Festival, Bonnaroo, and Lollapalooza among others. Presented by Lobero LIVE. Indie Folk. Tuesday, February 11 at 8 PM
Sérgio & Odair Assad, guitars
8 o'clock Happy Hour Tour
Comedian Kathleen Madigan is a staple on the late-night circuit with over 25 appearances on “The Tonight Show,” and multiple appearances on “The Stephen Colbert Show,” Letterman, and “Conan.” She’s won the American Comedy Award and the Phyllis Diller award for Best Female Comedian, and has done multiple USO tours in Iraq and Afghanistan. Presented by SBL Entertainment. Standup Comedy. Thursday, February 13 at 8 PM
Guitar-playing brothers from São Paulo Sérgio & Odair Assad began playing Brazilian folk melodies, and transitioned to classical guitar in their teens, training under the most prominent instructors in Brazil. The Washington Post has referred to the brothers as, “the best two-guitar team in existence, maybe even in history.” Presented by CAMA’s Masterseries. Classical, World Music. Friday, February 14 at 8 PM
Dianne Reeves Beleza Brazil
In Portuguese, the phrase “Beleza Brazil” loosely translates to, “the beauty of Brazil,” a sentiment brought to the fore in this exquisite program. Brazilian music has always been a passion of Dianne’s which is evident in just about every one of her recordings. Featuring a masterful band, this is Dianne’s first program devoted entirely to the beautiful music of Brazil. Presented by Jazz at the Lobero. Jazz, World Music. Tuesday, February 18 at 8 PM
Hot Tuna Electric with the David Bromberg Quintet
Long-running blues rock and Americana band headed up by guitarist Jorma Kaukonen and bassist Jack Casady celebrate their 50th anniversary with newgrass master David Bromberg Quintet rounding out the festivities. Presented by Lobero LIVE. Classic Rock, Bluegrass. Wednesday, February 19 at 8 PM
IMPROVology, the Santa Barbara Zoo’s sidesplitting science-meets-comedy show, has flown the coop and moved to the Lobero Theatre. Two animal experts are interviewed live on stage, then comedy skits, songs, and silliness are created on-thespot by members of L.A.’s Impro Theatre, accompanied by live music. Audience participation is encouraged. Presented by Santa Barbara Zoo. Improv Comedy, Education. Thursday, February 20 at 8 PM
Ladysmith Black Mambazo
Since the world discovered their powerful a cappella vocals from Paul Simon’s Graceland album South Africa’s Five Time GRAMMY® Award winners, Ladysmith Black Mambazo have warmed the hearts of audiences worldwide with their uplifting vocal harmonies, signature dance moves and charming onstage banter. The original members have welcomed a younger generation in their mission, passing along the tradition of storytelling and spreading a message of peace, love, and harmony to millions of people the world over. Presented by Lobero LIVE. World Music. Friday, February 21 at 8 PM
WHAT ’S ON
Joshua Radin and Friends with Ben Kweller and William Fitzsimmons
Acclaimed singer-songwriter Joshua Radin invites audiences to an intimate evening of solo acoustic performances in a storytelling-in-the-round setting with Ben Kweller & William Fitzsimmons. Presented by Lobero LIVE. Indie Folk. Saturday, February 22 at 8 PM
GRAMMY®-nominated JD Souther has penned countless hits for the Eagles, Linda Ronstadt, Roy Orbison, James Taylor, Don Henley, George Strait, Trisha Yearwood, Brooks and Dunn and found success as a solo artist. This led to his induction into the Songwriter’s Hall of Fame in 2013 and his status as one of the most celebrated songwriters of his generation. Presented by SBL Entertainment. Classic Rock, Easy Listening. Wednesday, February 26 at 8 PM
Fierce Mercy is an epic, cinematic step forward from singer-songwriter Colin Hay, most beloved for his intimate, confessional live shows but most widely known for being the influential and celebrated frontman of Men at Work. His inclusion as a playlist favorite
from the likes of Metallica to the Lumineers reflects his continuing relevance and broad appeal. Presented by Lobero LIVE. Folk, Americana, Classic Rock. Thursday, February 27 at 8 PM
His job was to simply deliver the mail. But when the poor and uneducated Mario meets Chilean exile and poet, Pablo Neruda, his life is forever changed. Set in the 1950’s on a small island off the coast of Italy, Catán’s stunning score soars against a backdrop of political and spiritual conflict. Scott Piper makes his OSB debut as the poet and Daniel Montenegro, last seen in 2011’s Trouble in Tahiti, as the titular postman. Presented by Opera Santa Barbara. Opera. Saturday, March 7 at 7:30 PM & Sunday March 8 at 2:30 PM
St. Patrick’s Day in Ireland!
Spend St. Patrick’s Day in Ireland with some of the Emerald Isle’s top performers including principal dancers Connor Reider (The Chieftains, Celtic Fyre, Celtic Wings) and Carrie Stotmeister (Celtic Wings, An Irish Christmas, St. Patrick’s Day in Ireland) and multi-instrumentalists from the Kerry Traditional Band. Ireland’s spirit will ring through the hall, as the band shares its passion for traditional music, songs and dances with audiences of all ages. A great Irish night is guaranteed. Presented by Kerry Irish Productions Inc. Family, World Music, Dance. Wednesday, March 11 at 8 PM
Dr. Christopher Kerr:
Death Is But A Dream; New Studies
Dr. Christopher Kerr will be speaking about his newer research on the dreams, visions and end-of-life experiences of the dying, and those they leave behind. He will be discussing the effect on the bereaved, new clinical opportunities, post-traumatic growth, and more. Presented by VNA HEALTH PHorum, Perspectives in Health. Lecture. Thursday, March 12 at 6 PM
Benjamin Grosvenor, piano
British pianist Benjamin Grosvenor has been described as, “the best pianist to come out of England in the last 50 years,” and, “one of the world’s most sought-after young pianists.” One needs only to listen to him play to understand the accolades are well-deserved; his playing is reminiscent of legendary pianists that are long gone—Rachmaninoff, Schnabel, Rubinstein, Serkin. Presented by CAMA’s Masterseries. Classical. Friday, March 13 at 8 PM
The L.A. Times says It’s Magic! is a must for magic buffs of all ages!” You won’t believe your eyes as top magicians, direct from exotic showrooms and Hollywood’s famous Magic Castle perform impossible feats. It’s never the same show twice, and sure to astound and amaze magic fans of all ages. Presented by Lobero LIVE. Family, Magic, Comedy. Saturday, March 14 at 2 & 6:30 PM
Whose Live Anyway? Whose Live Anyway? is 90 minutes of hilarious improvised comedy featuring current cast members Ryan Stiles, Greg
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Proops, Jeff B. Davis, and Joel Murray of the Emmynominated TV show “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” showcasing some of the improv games made famous on the long-running show and exciting new ones. Audience participation is key, so bring your suggestions–you might be asked to join the cast onstage! Presented by Martin Media. Improv Comedy. Sunday, March 15 at 7:30 PM
with Rock ‘n Roll photographers Henry Diltz and Joel Bernstein
Take a deep dive into rock n’ roll history with photographers Henry Diltz and Joel Bernstein as they share a multi-media evening of photos and stories from their extraordinary careers. Enjoy a Q & A with superfan Hale Milgrim after the presentation. Presented by Lobero LIVE, KTYD and Pandaman. Photography, storytelling. Sunday, March 22 at 4 PM
The Moth Mainstage
What began as a modest storytelling collective in its founder’s living room has grown into an epic, nationwide phenomenon with a cult-like following. The Moth’s Mainstage events are the critically acclaimed storytelling group’s hottest tickets. Hand-picked Moth Mainstage all-stars will tie together the brilliant and the absurd for a spellbinding evening. Presented by KCRW and the Santa Barbara Independent. Storytelling. Thursday, March 19 at 7:30 PM
Quips and Pix:
State Street Ballet Young Dancers A Spring Celebration of Dance
Dancers from the apprentice company of State Street Ballet perform a diverse repertoire, featuring new works by Kassandra Taylor Newberry, among others. Presented by Gustafson Dance. Dance, Youth. Saturday, March 21 at 7 PM
Taj Mahal Quartet
Second Annual Eco Hero Awards
A brilliant artist with a musicologist’s mind, Taj Mahal has pursued and elevated the roots of beloved sounds with boundless devotion and skill. He’s not only a god to rock-and-roll icons such as Eric Clapton and the Rolling Stones, but also a hero to ambitious artists toiling in obscurity. No one is as simultaneously traditional and avant-garde. Presented by Lobero LIVE. Blues, Classic Rock. Wednesday, March 25 at 8 PM
honoring visionary mycologist Paul Stamets, and award-winning filmmaker Louie Schwartzberg
Fantastic Fungi explores the symbiotic relationship between humans and mushrooms, and their power to heal, sustain and contribute to the regeneration of life on Earth. Presented by Santa Barbara Permaculture Network. Award Ceremony. Sunday, March 29 at 6:30 PM
Oliver! takes audiences on a captivating adventure through Charles Dickens’ beloved novel. Orphaned Oliver Twist navigates London’s underworld of theft and brutality, searching for a home, a family, and—most importantly—for love. With spirited, timeless songs like “As Long as He Needs Me,” “Food, Glorious Food,” and “Where is Love,” Oliver! is a musical classic not to be missed. Presented by Santa Barbara Youth Ensemble Theatre. Youth, Musical Theater. Saturday, April 4 at at 2 & 6 PM & Sunday, April 5, at at 2 & 7 PM
The Office! A Musical Parody
Singing! Dancing! Paper! It’s a typical morning at Scranton’s third largest paper company until, for no logical reason, a documentary crew begins filming the lives of the employees of Dunder Mifflin. Don’t miss this hilarious, unauthorized parody of the hit TV show, “The Office,” featuring songs such as “Wel-come to Scranton (The Electric City),” “That’s What She Said,” “The Dundies,” “Marry Me Beesly,” and more. Presented by Right Angle Entertainment. Musical Theater, Parody, Comedy. Tuesday, April 7 at 8 PM
An Evening with Los Lobos
Los Lobos, the hard working, constantly touring band has sold millions of records, won prestigious awards and made fans around the world. Recently, the band released their first-ever Christmas album, Llegó Navidad, breaking the holiday-album mold with styles like Tejano, folk, country, doo-wop, soul, R&B, and rock ’n’ roll coming together to create a new sound that’s greater than the sum of its parts. Presented by Lobero LIVE. Blues, Country, Folk. Thursday, April 9 at 8 PM 40
The Derek Douget Band
Acclaimed saxophonist Derek Douget returns to Santa Barbara for an evening of New Orleans jazz you won’t want to miss! Douget is a member of the Ellis Marsalis Quartet and the Director of the Heritage School of Music who has performed or worked with a veritable who’s who in the world of jazz, including Dr. John, Terence Blanchard, Allen Toussaint, Branford Marsalis, Dee Dee Bridgewater and more. Presented by the Lobero Brubeck Circle and Jazz at the Lobero. Jazz. Friday, April 10 at 8 PM
Charles Lloyd and the Marvels
NEA Jazzmaster Charles Lloyd’s supreme improvisational talents and passion for cross-pollinating jazz is alive and well with The Marvels. This exciting collaboration highlights the guitar wizardry of Bill Frisell and slide guitarist Greg Leisz. Their recent release, I Long to See You has been met with wide critical praise. Presented by Jazz at the Lobero. Jazz. Monday, April 13 at 8 PM
Arlo Guthrie: 20/20 Tour with Folk Uke
If hindsight is 20/20 vision, Arlo Guthrie has a vast perspective looking forward. After decades of perpetually touring, the folksinger is dialing it back a bit. But the road has become a way of life for Arlo: sharing songs and stories, getting to the heart of what really matters, and of course, being a comic agitator. Presented by Lobero LIVE. Folk, Americana. Wednesday, April 15 at 8 PM
Romeo & Juliet
Based on the world’s most famous love story by William Shakespeare, Charles Gounod tells this tragic tale through sweeping melodies and a series of some of opera’s most touching love duets. Through it all, Romeo and Juliet hold steadfast to their bond and eternal love accepting whatever fate may bring, as long as they can remain together. Presented by Opera Santa Barbara. Opera. Friday, May 1, 7:30 PM and Sunday, May 3, 2:30 PM
The Capitol Steps
Sing It Out
What better time to see the Capitol Steps than election season? Don’t miss songs about the Democratic primary candidates (“76 Unknowns”) and the newest late-night thoughts from President Trump (“Tweet It”). Whether you’re a Democrat or Republican (or somewhere in-between), if you’ve ever wanted to see Donald Trump sing a rock song, Bernie Sanders sing a show tune, and Vladimir Putin dance shirtless, this is the show for you! Presented by Lobero LIVE. Comedy, Political Satire. Monday, May 4 at 8 PM
AHA!’s annual Sing It Out performance is the culminating celebration of one of AHA!’s spring after-school groups. Each spring, AHA shepherds a dozen teens through a 12-week program where they are coached by music and theater professionals to learn, master and perform a rock song live onstage. The participating teens give a performance of a lifetime to a packed house of cheering friends, family, and community supporters. Presented by AHA! Youth, Classic Rock. Saturday, May 9 at 7:30 PM 41
Santa Barbara Youth Symphony
Heralded as “…a prestigious group of young, talented musicians…” by Santa Barbara Seasons Magazine, the Santa Barbara Youth Symphony brings together 70-80 of the top musicians, ages 12-18, from Santa Barbara and Ventura counties to perform works across the orchestral repertoire. Presented by Santa Barbara Youth Symphony. Classical. Sunday, May 10 at 4 PM
The Brubeck Brothers Quartet, Celebrating Dave Brubeck’s Centennial
To celebrate his life and legacy, Dave’s sons Chris and Dan Brubeck, who performed and recorded with their father since the 1970’s, curate a special multimedia show. Through stories, video interviews with Dave and musicians he influenced, and music performed by the Quartet, this show invites audiences to travel along the timeline of Dave Brubeck’s extraordinary life and career. Presented by Jazz at the Lobero. Jazz. Wednesday, May 13 at 8 PM
David Crosby & the Sky Trails Band
Two-time Rock and Roll Hall-of-Famer, brilliant songwriter, and co-founder of the Byrds and Crosby, Stills & Nash, David Crosby returns to the Lobero with five musical friends—the Skytrails Band. Enjoy a mix of greatest hits and material from the forthcoming Skytrails Band album, plus a few surprises. Presented by Earl Minnis in association with the Lobero Theatre Foundation. Classic Rock. Thursday, May 14 at 8 PM
A Very Special Evening with Karla Bonoff
With a career spanning four decades, Bonoff has enjoyed critical acclaim, commercial success, enduring popularity, and the unwavering respect of her peers. In addition to her own chart success, Karla has seen many of her ballads become pop classics, and songs such as “Tell Me Why” become hits for such stellar artists as Wynonna Judd, Bonnie Raitt, and Linda Ronstadt. Presented by Lobero LIVE. Classic Rock, Easy Listening. Saturday, May 16 at 8 PM
Journey Through Jazz
Santa Barbara Vocal Jazz Foundation wraps up another eight-week residency at Foothill Elementary School with a professional performance on the Lobero stage. Up to 140 fourth, fifth and sixth graders participate in this immersive program, focused on the origins of jazz and bringing this uniquely American art form to life with a fun and informative performance for the whole family. Presented by Santa Barbara Vocal Jazz Foundation. Music, Jazz, Youth. Monday, May 18 at 7:15 PM
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Brian Culbertson, The XX Tour
Over the course of crafting a 20-album catalogue and architecting more than 30 Billboard No. 1 singles as a multi-instrumentalist, songwriter and producer, Brian Culbertson has charted his own unique course in music. An exuberant performer, Culbertson spends months in preproduction meticulously working to create stunning visuals–staging, lighting, wardrobe and effects in order to put on a mesmerizing show each time he takes the stage. Presented by Long Night Out. Contemporary Jazz, Funk, R&B. Wednesday, May 27 at 8 PM
Adapted from the Hans Cristian Andersen fairytale, Thumbelina is the story of a woman who wishes for a daughter and is overjoyed when tiny little fairy girls are born from a flower after planting magic seeds—including one no bigger than her thumb. One day when playing in the garden, Thumbelina is lost and encounters many adventures as she makes her way back home. Presented by Gustafson Dance featuring dancers ages 2 and up. Youth, Dance. Saturday, May 30 at 2 & 6 PM and May 31 at 2 PM
IMPROVology, the Santa Barbara Zoo’s sidesplitting science-meets-comedy show, has flown the coop and moved to the Lobero Theatre. Two animal experts are interviewed live on stage, then comedy skits, songs, and silliness are created on-thespot by members of L.A.’s Impro Theatre, accompanied by live music. Audience participation is encouraged. Presented by Santa Barbara Zoo. Comedy, Education. Thursday, June 18 at 8 PM
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GIFTS GO TOWARD: Bringing world-class artists to this historic stage Helping local students experience the arts Each February, The Lobero Theatre Foundation presents a social media fundraising event celebrating the opening of the original Lobero Theatre in 1873–the Lobero’s Birthday! For nearly 150 years, the Lobero has been Santa Barbara’s community stage. Many outstanding local arts organizations call the Lobero home including: Santa Barbara Choral Society, Santa Barbara Revels, CAMA’s Masterseries, the Flamenco Arts Festival, and more. If you love the Lobero, attend live shows, and care about its role in the community, YOU can help honor this rich history and cultivate a vibrant future.
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In Memoriam JIM BREEN (1948 – 2019)
JIM HASLEM (1958-2019)
James Howard Breen passed away on Friday, August 2, 2019 after dining with friends at Arnoldi’s — one of his favorite eateries. He was laughing minutes before the lights went out. He was 71.
James "Jim" R. Haslem, a lawyer, real estate consultant and resident of Santa Barbara for more than 20 years, died at his home on November 9, 2019, surrounded by his family and loved ones. He was 61 and had been diagnosed with ALS in July.
Born in Los Angeles, Jim’s first aspirations were to be a professional cook. He apprenticed with a French chef who displayed an intense artistic temperament (throwing lots of pots and pans around). Jim noticed the bartender seemed to do less work, have more fun, and make the same money. So a new path to success was selected. Jim lived in Summerland in the late 1960’s with his wife, Sue, and attended SBCC. In 1970, they moved to Arcata, with Sue now pregnant with their son Darrin. There, Jim transferred to Humboldt State, where he earned his BA. Jim moved back to L.A. in the 1970’s to work in the hospitality industry. But he’d always loved Santa Barbara and made his way here shortly thereafter. Jim became renowned in S.B. as the snarky, witty bartender who ruled the roost at Harry’s and The Sportsman. He also pinch-hit at Mel’s, the Tee-Off, Jimmy’s, the Lei Lani Room, and many other watering holes. Jim’s second act, career-wise, was to first become a media salesman and later a specialist in public relations. He went back to SBCC to keep up with the onslaught of new technologies. Jim was one of the earliest enthusiasts of the World Wide Web. The man loved his Macintosh. Over the years, Jim represented (or built websites for) a myriad of clients, including The Ensemble Theatre, Three Pickles Sandwiches/Pickle Room, Old Spanish Days, Santa Barbara Symphony, Marianne Williamson, Summerdance Santa Barbara and more. He also served on the board of several arts organizations — including Center Stage Theater and Santa Barbara International Film Festival. Jim was an iconic figure: a fixture of our community — with a pronounced edge and a singular style. Jim was preceded in death by his much-loved daughter, Lauren James. Born with cystic fibrosis, Lauren succumbed to the disease in 2014. Jim is survived by his son, Darrin; daughter-in-law, Ivy; granddaughter, Sadie; sisters, Kathy and Virginia; niece, Carly; brother, Rob; and a roster of friends that reach from coast to coast.
Jim was born in Charlotte, North Carolina, on May 26, 1958. Throughout his high school years, he showed an aptitude for journalism, and in 1976 at the Maryland Scholastic Press Association Convention, Jim was elected High School Journalist of the Year for the State of Maryland. Jim graduated cum laude in 1980 from Columbia University in New York City, and went on to earn his law degree from the University of Pennsylvania Law School in 1983. For the next 14 years, he worked at the Wall Street law firm of Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy, at its offices in D.C., Los Angeles and New York City. In 1997, he eventually found his way to Santa Barbara, California, where he joined a former colleague of Milbank at the small law firm of Nida & Maloney. Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton acquired Nida & Maloney in 2001. In 2008, Jim was recruited to a leading real estate consulting firm. In 2016, he formed his own real estate consulting firm, CS Advisors. Jim was generous with his time and served for more than 10 years on the board of directors of the Lobero Foundation and the Westmont Foundation, as well as serving on the Rabobank Advisory Board. He was also active in the Montecito Boy Scouts Troop 33, where his son, Charles, achieved the Eagle Scout rank and Order of the Arrow. Jim is survived by his wife of 27 years, Catherine O. Haslem, and by his two sons, John R. Haslem and Charles A. Haslem. He is also survived by his mother and father in Washington, D.C., Jane N. and John A. Haslem, and his two brothers, John A. Haslem Jr. of Gaylesburg, Illinois, and Jeffrey A. Haslem of Los Altos, California. Jim was an avid cyclist, hiker, swimmer, gardener, fitness enthusiast and lover of jazz, and he loved walking on Montecito’s beautiful beaches.
In Memoriam ELAINE KENDALL (1928-2019)
JOHN McCANN (1942-2019)
Elaine Kendall, the author and playwright, passed away on August 3, 2019 after complications from a series of falls.
John McCann, loving husband, father and grandfather, peacefully passed away on Monday, September 16, 2019 from a brief respiratory illness compounded by pulmonary fibrosis.
Elaine was a book critic for The Los Angeles Times from 1980 to 1996, reviewing a variety of authors including A.M. Homes, Geoff Nicholson, Penelope Lively, Dominick Dunne, Rick Bass, Margaret Atwood and Stewart O’Nan. Elaine was born in 1928 in New York City and educated at Mount Holyoke College. She began writing in the early 1960’s, her son said, after almost drowning during a vacation in Acapulco. “As she lay exhausted on the beach after being rescued, she realized her obituary would have reported only that she was a ‘beloved mother and housewife,’” he said, “and she wanted her life’s work to include a career.” She wrote widely as a freelance journalist and was the author of four nonfiction books and four plays. In recent years, Kendall was a columnist for The Satirist, an online magazine based in Amsterdam. In a 2015 column, she reflected on “review-ese,” the language critics use to describe works of art. “Where are the witty reviewers of yore; the Alexander Woollcotts, the Dorothy Parkers, the Walter Kerrs, and the rest of an erudite and often acerbic cohort? Gone to the internet or simply gone, every one,” she wrote. Elaine is survived by her husband, Herbert J. Kendall; son Richard Kendall and daughter-in-law Lisa See; daughter Nancy McCabe and son-in-law Patrick McCabe; four grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
John was born at Fort Meade, MD, on June 28, 1942, to Peg and Jack McCann, two of the best parents for whom a boy could ask. He was the oldest of seven siblings and a proud big brother his entire life. John grew up on the west side of Los Angeles during the post-war period. After graduating from UCLA with a BA in history, he served in the U.S. Coast Guard, then joined his brothers on Topanga Beach, enjoying the surf culture of the ‘60s. On a chance ski trip to Idaho, John dropped anchor at the Sun Valley Lodge and worked for the Janss Corporation. While at the resort, he met a co-worker Janet Nelson, who became the love of his life. John and Janet were married for 50 incredible years, moving to Santa Barbara in 1969. John had a strong work ethic his entire life. He was a leading salesman for Coca-Cola and then general manager at Schick Mayflower Moving & Storage. In 1972, he purchased Hazelwood Allied Moving & Storage and successfully ran the company until his passing. Aside from business and family, his other passion was the ocean. John “took a dip” each afternoon to clear his head, even on cold winter days. He was a member at the Miramar Beach & Tennis Club, and the Coral Casino. In addition, John was a supporter of numerous nonprofit organizations including Catholic Charities, the Lobero Theatre, St. Judes, and many more. He loved music and live concerts, especially at the Santa Barbara Bowl and the Lobero. His friends and family will miss his positive energy, his everpresent sense of humor, and his caring approach to life. John is survived by his wife Janet; son Casey; daughter-inlaw Melissa (née Wilson); grandchildren Charlie and Grace; brothers Austin (Roxanne), Michael (Anita) and Richard (Cindy); sisters Molly Outwater (Chris) and Maureen Bailey (Bob); and many wonderful in-laws, nieces, nephews and cousins. John was pre-deceased by his brother Brian.
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Your generosity makes a big impact on this theater and the community we serve. $25,000 – Ghostlight Lamplighters Further illuminates behind-the-scenes efforts to keep this vibrant theater from ever going dark by filling in funding gaps and building our endowment. $10,000 – Ghostlight Members Become part of an exclusive giving society that supports the Lobero’s mission. Enjoy perks including a personal ticket concierge and special access to events and artists.
Send a gift right from your phone by texting “Lobero” to 41444
Make a donation online at Lobero.org/donate
Next time you purchase a ticket, consider adding a few dollars to your order to support the venue
$2,500 – Spotlight Covers the cost of an event presented by a local non-profit organization.
Sponsor a show to bring a favorite artist to the Lobero stage
$1,000 – Ovation Aids in the continued presentation of jazz in Santa Barbara and ensures the future of this uniquely American art form at one of the world’s top venues.
Become a corporate sponsor. Advertising, tickets for your clients, use of the Lobero Courtyard and great exposure are just a few benefits that come with corporate partnership
$500 – Headliner Makes it possible for ten students from Title 1 schools to take a field trip to the Lobero and experience the arts live.
Book your next performance, lecture, screening, or conference at the Lobero. Our team is happy to customize a package and work with you every step of the way to present the perfect event
Consider naming the Lobero in your estate plan, endowing your love of this historic theatre for generations to come
$5,000 – Green Room Represents an investment in capital improvements, from roof tiles to technical equipment.
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How you can help.
Gifts can be made at lobero.org/giving, or by contacting Brandon Mowery at 805.679.6009 / email@example.com
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Ghostlight Lamplighters $25,000+ Lyn & David Anderson In memory of John McCann Anonymous Bitsy & Denny Bacon The Bentson Kauth Family The Bentson Foundation Sharon & David Bradford In honor of Jim Dougherty Coleen & Ted Friedel Peter Hilf Natalie & Brett Hodges In honor of Jim Dougherty Elaine & Herbert Kendall Lobero Theatre Associates Lillian Lovelace MacDonald Family Foundation Earl Minnis Mercedes Millington & John C. Mithun John C. Mithun Foundation Elaine F. Stepanek Foundation The Walter J. & Holly O. Thomson Foundation WWW Foundation Ghostlight Members $10,000+ Becton Family Foundation Ruth Ann Bowe-Village Properties Louise & Tim Casey In honor of Jim Dougherty Sarah & Roger Chrisman
Kathleen Dewitt Fess Parker Winery & Vineyards Special thanks to Ashley Parker Snider & Tim Snider Gardner Grout Foundation Cheryl Doty & John Gerngross Melinda Goodman Kemp & Robert Kemp In honor of Jim Dougherty Olive & George H. Griffiths Charitable Foundation Robert Guttman In honor of Jim Dougherty, Ghostlight Luminary Hayes Commercial Group Steve Hayes Hutton Parker Foundation Ann Jackson Family Foundation Susan & Palmer Jackson Jr. Ron Jones Jutta Maue-Kay & John Kay Lynne Cantlay & Dr. Robert Klein In honor of Jim Dougherty Marilyn & Richard Mazess In honor of Jim Dougherty Harold P. McAlister Foundation Janet & *John McCann John McGovern Betsey & John Moller In honor of Jim Dougherty Montecito Bank & Trust Mary & Jim Morouse Susan & Ronald Morrow National Endowment for the Arts Ruth & Bob Reingold The Towbes Fund for the Performing Arts, a field of interest fund of the Santa Barbara Foundation Santa Barbara County Office of Arts & Culture *in memoriam and with gratitude
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Leslie & Frank Schipper In honor of Jim Dougherty Schlinger Chrisman Foundation Cheryl & Ben Trosky Whittier Trust Bo Willis Zegar Family Fund Green Room $5,000+ American Riviera Bank Anonymous Arlington Financial Advisors Bartlett, Pringle & Wolf, LLP Mary Jane & Gunther Baumgartner Brown Family Foundation Patricia & Tom Foley Christine A. Green Kruger Benson Ziemer Architects, Inc. Manchester Capital Management Mechanics Bank Peter Melnick Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital Santa Barbara Travel Bureau Schipper Construction Co. Louise L. Tighe Spotlight $2,500+ Gina & Martin Bell Ella & Scott Brittingham NancyBell Coe & William Burke Cinda & Don Erdman Dr. Bob Forinash Hub International of California Jann & Michael Jaffe Sharon & Don Lafler Ellen Lawson The Leni Fund Mark & Laurie McKinley
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Linda Hedgepeth & Michael Millhollen Norberg Family Foundation Brenda Blalock & Alan Porter Sheila & Tom Prendiville Laurie & Marc Recordon Santa Barbara Education Foundation The Rudi Schulte Family Foundation Melissa Fassett & David Sheehan Tomchin Family Foundation Anne Smith Towbes In memory of John McCann, a wonderful man! Ovation $1,000+ Anonymous Denise Dannemiller & David Asbell In honor of the incredible Lobero staff Bayhurst Foundation Paul Blake & Mark Bennet Michael C. Brinkenhoff Lynn & Chris Brown Wendel M. Bruss Adrienne DeGuevara & Thomas Bunnell George L. Burtness Blair & Steven Buster Elizabeth & Andrew Butcher
Nancy Casey In memory of Michael P. Casey Virginia Castagnola-Hunter In memory of John McCann Marianne & Jordan Clark Lisa & Stephen Cloud Sallie & Curt Coughlin Barbara & Charles de L'Arbre Mindy & Chris Denson Josie & Jeff DeVine Jane Dryuff Christine & Robert Emmons Margo & Robert Feinberg Bridget & Mark Foreman Christina Criswell & John Philipp Gilbert Joan Gresh Hubert Guillot de Suduiraut Leslie & Philip Haight Chana & James Jackson Katherine P. Jose Dawn & Joel Kaufman, In honor of Hale & Anne Milgrim and Genevieve Rhiger Hope Kelly Denise & George D. Lilly LoJo Foundation, A Charitable Corporation Amy & Don MacLeod Catherin Cash & Bruce McRoy Jocelyn & William Meeker Suzanne & Duncan Mellichamp Mosher Foundation In honor of Jim Dougherty Maryanne Mott Eileen & William Nasif Joanne & Peter Norris Jerry Prawl Maryan Schall Gina & Tom Schemenauer In memory of my brother Ned Schemenauer who died of Leukemia in 1947 Missy & Chuck Sheldon Jill Simonson Meghan & Robert Stoll Swift Impact Fund Patricia Toppel Polly Turpin Watling Foundation Linda & Doug Wood In honor of Jim Dougherty Shari Mobley & Royce Woodbury Laura & Geof Wyatt Zephyr Fund
Headliner $500+ Rebecca & Peter Adams Marilyn & Michael Avenali B&B Foundation Richard Banks Hiroko Benko Jaron Brooks Karen & Jack Byers Mary Jane & Andrew Cooper Nancy Crouse Gwen & Roger Dawson Stuart Fuss Beth & Dodd Geiger Claudette & Gene Geller Kerrilee & Martin Gore Chris Gresh Jane & Jeffrey Hankoff Phyllis & Bill Helm In honor of Todd Jared Rob Hunt Hollye & Jeffrey Jacobs Todd & Lauren Jared Emily & Christopher Johnson Gerd & Peter Jordano Adam Liff Kit & Barry Liker Siri & Bob Marshall James P. & Shirley McFarland Fund at The Minneapolis Foundation Peggy Merizalde Katie O'Brien Mowery & Brandon Mowery Holly & Robert Murphy Denis Napton In memory of David Crane & Tab Hunter Patagonia.com Julie & Richard Powell Kathy & Richard Sawyer Carol & Mid Squier Sally St. John Olivia & Steve Starkey Nancy & Tom Upton Barbara White Applause $250+ Joan & Norman Armour Margo & Jeffrey Barbakow Helene & Jerry Beaver Jill & Arnold Bellowe Danielle & Dennis Blocker In memory of Charlie Murphy Shirley & Patrick Carroll Patricia Carver In memory of Jack Dimock Bridget Colleary
Jean Crossland Joan & Steven Crossland Delphine Dannemiller Sallie & Jim Dougherty Cecilia & Robert Eaton Sally & Patrick Enthoven Dr. Ernest Ferrel Lisa Vignale & Kerry Goldberg In memory of Elaine Kendall Nancy & Frederic Golden Hallie Goodall Anne & Raymond Higgins Paul C. Hilbun Mary Gianos & Wayne Kleinman Lieberman Family Meredith Baxter & Nancy Locke Lorraine Lim Catering Nancy & James Lynn Lily & David Marx Leslie & Ray Mathiasen Lynann & Edward McGinn Lisa & Dan Oh In honor of John & Cheryl! Iris Peters Marnie & Steven Pinsker Peter Rathbone Meggen Maloney & Jason Rick Jane Rieffel Jean Rogers Sybil Rosen In honor of Doug & Linda Wood Daron Builta & Stephen Schaible Sally Sphar King Straus In honor of Hope Kelly Peggy & James Swartchild Ted Tedesco Maria Vega & John Vega Joy Winer Gary P. Yencich Opening Act $100+ Susan Alexander Gary Allensworth Amherst 1031 Exchange Pete & Molly Anderson In memory of Brook Burnell, from Molly & Pete Anderson Suzanne Austin Bob Baker Margery Baragona Diane Baskin Jerome & Dinah Baumgartner Paige Beard Deborah & Peter Bertling
Linda & Peter Beuret Jack Bianchi Toni Lorien & Ned Bixby Vicky Blum Alexandra & Joost Bongaerts Monica & Blue Booth Scott Borman Susan & Bruce Bornhurst Susan & Mark Bradley In honor of the wonderful Jim Dougherty David Broad Melissa & Ron Brooks Hannah Brothers Janice Brubeck Gary Brummett Gale & Ronald Busch Stephen Carlan James Carrillo James Chrismen Nancy Colahan Judith Bell & Monty Cole Carol & James Collins In honor of Hope Kelly Kathy & Bill Crevier Maria Elena & Tino De Guevara Dr. Julia Delgado Bunny DeLorie Emily Dempster Linda Diamant Bob Donovan Sylvia & Robert Easton Patricia Escalera Robert Etling Courtney Tan & Warren Eustace Angie & Michael Ferraro Diane Brighton & Joseph Fitzgerald Nan Forner Gail & Hunt Gammel Konnie & Andy Gault Mary & Paul Genis Anne & David L. Gersh Michael and Jennifer Gibian Sally Gill Val Selvaggio & Michael Glazer Arlyn Goldsby William Goodale Gina Graham Seraphin & Geoff Green Kathryn Greene Aurora Lombardi & Charles R. Grimm Wendy & David Gronsky John Hall Peggy Hamilton Claudia Gay Whitman & Dr. Richard Handin
Wendy Kaufman & Steve Harkins In honor of Brandon Mowery John Hayes Lee Heller Anthony Henkins Troy Hoidal Sharon Landecker & Glen A. Holden Jody & Tom Holehouse Marge & William Hynes Linda Brown & Von Jansma Janet Jared Patricia & Bob Jones David Jones Charitable Fund Susan Kadner David Landecker Charles Lang Elinor & James Langer Elizabeth Leddy Jill & Neil Levinson In honor of Jim Dougherty Michael Lewellen Lori Lewis Jere & Dr. Fima Lifshitz Ann Lincoln Barbara & Albert Lindemann Cherie Mignone & Ted Long Martha & Douglas Lorch Jerome Lowenthal Deanna & William Major Penny & Richard Martin Cecilia Martini-Muth & Geoff Muth Michael Marzolla Mavis & John Mayne Kim McIntyre Julie McLeod Anne & Hale Milgrim In honor of David Asbell & Brandon Mowery Kay Miller Susan & John Mitchell III Joan & Christian Mogelvang Dixie & Martin Moore Linda Moore Mark Morgan Michael J. Neff Susan & Jim Neuman In honor of Jim Dougherty Jerry Nichols Rita & Loren Nickloff Sharon & Tom O'Brien Diana & Paul O'Keeffe Christie Ontjes In honor of Rod Ontjes Rod Ontjes Rebecca Amundsen & Tim Owens In honor of Steve Cloud & David Asbell 63
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Charles Stauffer Carole & Sebastiano Sterpa Heidi Stilwell Carol & Joseph Sullivan Jenny & John Tanner Jeanne & Engin Tekince Mark Trueblood Evan & Paul Turpin William Ulrich Marta Ulvaeus Kathleen & Ty Varing Christy & John Venable In honor of artists & musicians Nancy & Tony Wall Karen & Peter Warshaw Amanda Mardon & Mike Weissman Larry Whitehead Annie & Bill Williams Frederick Williamson II Carla & Leslie Wilson Gloria Blakemore & Jim Witherall The Write Team Grace & Ed Yoon Monica & Steve Zeimer Ted Hoagland & Michelle Zimney Under $100 Rob Abe Angela Aiena Peter and Mary Alden Ramรณn Allen Jr. Anonymous Barbara Armentrout Sally & G. Arnett Colin Baker Gary Baker Sally Barker Martha M. Barrett
Denise Beauduy Brent Bedford Susan Beebe Nancy & Ken Beisser Vivienne Bellino Hattie Beresford Danny Bernstein Gregg Bertucci Robert Bishop Andi Bodnariuk Wendy Boggs Marisa Brenninkmeyer Chris Guy Brock Daria Brooks Bertha Brown William Burtness Howard Cantor Susan Caputo Margaret & David Carlberg Anthony K. Casteel Vikki Cavalletto John C. Chambers Dennis Chiapello Camille Cimini-Fruin Ralph Clayman Richard Clontz John Cohan Anthony Cohen Madelyn & Wayne Cole Mary Blackwood Collier Tom Conklin Kimberly Flory & Patrick Cook John Cosby Ashe Coutts Kevin Crossley John Curtin Bill Cushman Patricia Lambert & Rick Dahlquist Gregory Davis Peter Davis Telma Dawallo Laura Dewey Nancy Donahoe Charles Donelan Marilyn Dove Walter Dukes Carolyn & Robert Duncan Tara & Michael Dunham Elaine Edwards Roberta A. Edwards George Elefante Paula Ellison Ann & Robert Else Susan A. Engbrecht
Joyce Enright Richard Facko Eileen Finnegan Priscilla & Doug Fossek Lucinda Freeman Leanne & George Friedenthal Brandon Friesen Holly Gailey Bill Gideon Michael Goodwin Nina Grabowski Maureen Grace Jessica Marie Graham Kelly Gray Judith Green Matthew Grunert Angie Guiberteau Richard Haase Jane & Kenneth Hahn Mary Harris Robert Harris Karen Haub Lisa Haver Wain Sarah Burton & John Hawkins Patricia Heller Michele K. Henderson John Hill Constance P. Hillman Dennis Houghton Mark Huggs Lisa & David Irwin Greg James Carol Johansen Shannon Johansen Duncan Kallas Alan Katz Patricia Kelly Ed J. Kish Aimee Klaus Richard Knowles Lief Koepsel Kroger Co. Foundation Patricia Krout Peter F. Kulp Nobu & Hiroshi Kuwashima Denis Lacey Valerie Landsburg Margie Larkin Mark Larsen Catherine Lee In memory of Lutah Maria Riggs Elaine LeVasseur Christina Leveque Mary Ellen & Daniel R. Lewis Sally & Pete Lombrozo
Cynthia & Gil Loustalot Noel Lucky Tina Lyn Loring Manley Ella & James Markham Colleen Markovich Kathryn Martin Mary Ann Jesson Suzanne McAdams Michael McCoy Kathryn Mcmenamin-Torres Toni & Terry McQueen Hugh McTernan John Meaney Donna Melville Michal Lynch & Michael Meredith Lori Meschler Golda & Chad Messer Lynn Meyerson Anthony Mills Paul Mithra Cynthia Mobraaten Mike Monas Kimberly Montgomery Jeffrey Moody Ardythe Moriana Linda & Fred Mose Mary Moylan Jennifer Taylor Muench Peter Munk Robert Murphy Alan Nahmias Steven Nelson John Nightingale
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Special Thanks to our Capital Improvement Donors January 1, 2019 – December 31, 2019 A special thanks to those donors who have supported ongoing capital efforts to improve the theater and decrease our carbon footprint! Projects have included new LED lighting, new concession carts, and coming soon … solar panels, stage curtains and a new courtyard cover.
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WHY BECOME A MEMBER OF THE LOBERO HERITAGE SOCIETY? The Lobero Theatre Foundation is here to guarantee that the Lobero Theatre remains a vibrant home for Santa Barbara’s performing arts. The purpose of our endowment is to ensure and advance our mission to maintain and operate this treasured venue as a community asset in perpetuity. We have been stewards of this historic landmark since 1938, and are committed to providing a home for local music, dance, theatre and film, today and for future generations.
Here are a number of charitable gift and estate planning the will allow with us in supporting our local arts for generations to come. CHARITABLE BEQUEST – Make a future gift to our
endowment in your will or trust. BENEFICIARY DESIGNATIONS – Make a future gift to
the endowment from your financial accounts, retirement accounts or insurance. CHARITABLE LIFE ESTATE – Deed your property to us
for the endowment and reserve lifetime use. To learn more about how you can make a significant gift to endow our future, please contact Jim Dougherty at 805.679.6005, or email@example.com.
Consider a gift to our Endowment to help help ensure that history continues to be made at the Lobero Theatre. Carol & Marshall Ackerman Lyn & David Anderson Ann Jackson Family Foundation Anonymous Margo & Jeffrey Barbakow The Coeta & Donald Barker Foundation Beck, Whitehead & Company Linda & John Paul Beltran Richard Benjamin *Marlyn Bernard Bernstein Emily Blair Linda Blazy Bleakley Development Company Sarah Boyajian Juanita & Leland Breneman Dixie Brummel Marlyn & Gladys Burch George L. Burtness The Estate of Janet Caminetti Ann C. Carneros Louise & Tim Casey Bridget Colleary Jack Cowles Jeffrey Cox Christina Criswell
L. Haney Crocker Jerald Davis Barry De Vorzon Jayne Eckhardt Paula C. Gaskins Konnie & Andy Gault Bernice Gracey Anne & Ken Graham Christine Green Robert W. Hanrahan Catherine & *Jim Haslem Steve Hausz Dr. Marshall Havenhill II Nancy & Oliver Hayden Monika Henreid Richard Hilliard Natalie & Brett Hodges The Hollis Norris Fund Shirley Ann & Jim Hurley Hutton Parker Foundation Dr. John Ise Shami & Brett Keegan Elaine & Herbert Kendall Marilyn Lee Lehrer Family Foundation Joan & Jim Lindsey
Liselotte Kuttler Trust Ted Loughrin Jerome Lowenthal Wilda Lunt Amy & Don MacLeod John E. McGovern & Family Virginia & Kenneth Miller Kirk Miller Peggy & Alfred V. Morgan Mary & Jim Morouse Helga & David Morris Jerry Mulinex Eileen & William Nasif Jerome Nerman Kimberly & Kevin O’Brien Neil Oehme Jr. Clifford Oldham Muriel Osterhaus Robert Pedraglia Kären Pick Meg & Dan Purdy William Ramsay Sr. Donald Resch James Resch *Betty Richardson Douglas Safreno
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