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    Conejo Players Theatre

    NEXT WEEKEND: Don’t miss Daddy Long Legs
    ON SALE SOON: Welcome Back Improv
    DRIVE-IN: A new spin on Broadway Classics

    Classic novel, film
    hits the CPT stage

    The musical streams online May 21 – 23

    Set in the early 1900’s, the orphan Jerusha Abbott finds herself with an unexpected and anonymous benefactor who will send her to college with the only requirements being that she regularly writes him of her progress and that he will never respond.  Inventing his persona to become Daddy Long Legs, she creatively and lovingly writes of her previously unimagined opportunities and her new relationships – including the intriguing Jervis Pendleton.
    Watch online May 21 and 22 at 8 p.m., Sunday May 23 at 2 p.m.
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    Vax’d and better than ever, live in person! 

    June 5 at 7 p.m., in-person and online. Tickets go on sale May 15!

    Improv is back, and more vaccinated than ever! Join the troupe live at the Conejo Players Theatre or watch the stream from anywhere. Be prepared to laugh as our seasoned comedians take audience suggestions and make everything up on the spot.

    NOTE: Under state and local guidelines, no walk-up ticket sales are permitted. Seating inside the theatre will be extremely limited. All performers will be fully vaccinated. All attendees will be assigned seats based on ticket orders, separate from other guests. No attendees will be allowed on stage. Everyone in attendance must wear a mask. By purchasing a ticket, all attendees agree to abide by all COVID guidelines set in place by the Theatre and attest that the guest’s block of seat reservations contains no more than three households and that the guest, and all members of the guest’s party are in-state or fully vaccinated out-of-state visitors.

    On Sale Saturday!

    Don’t miss our next drive-in show, with a twist

    “Backwards Broadway” at the Conejo Players is a gender-bending celebration of the Broadway musical that challenges traditional onstage gender norms. Thinking outside the box, our creative cast and crew will reinterpret some of Broadway’s best and sing a number traditionally assigned to a different gender identity. This is a unique and exciting show you won’t want to miss!
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    Harlequin Awards video drops June 6 at 7 p.m.

    Join us as we celebrate and honor the volunteers who kept the lights on in 2020! We will look back at all the shows we did in 2020, and honor a few, special people who really went above and beyond. Watch your email for more info. 

    Member Spotlight

    Bob Jackson

    An Odyssey in Five Acts


    The odyssey started with birth in Washington, D.C. and continued through childhood until graduation from high school in Chicago, Illinois. Then it was off to Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana for studies among other things which concluded in degrees for Engineering and Industrial Management. I guess it would be a good idea to mention that my wife Ellen and I were married during our time at Purdue, yes she also graduated from Purdue.

    Phase 3 of the odyssey began in the tire industry designing factory equipment and concluded in a Plant Manager position after 13 years and relocation to North Carolina and then Pennsylvania.

    The odyssey changed gears in Phase 4. I teamed with 2 other gentlemen (using the term loosely) and used other people’s money (only way to travel) to purchase an aerospace relay company with plants in Connecticut, New Jersey and South Carolina. It continued with the relay company being sold and G&H Technology in Camarillo, CA being purchased. G&H Technology was sold and 2 of us started NEA Electronics which provided restraint and release mechanisms to satellite manufacturers. Finally NEA Electronics was sold and I retired.

    I met John H. through a mutual friend and learned about his activity at Conejo Players. I asked John H. if he thought if I could help build sets, he laughed and said OK. I was introduced to the set building crew and they welcomed me and made me feel very much part of the team.
    The set building experience has been fulfilling by working with tremendous people, turning thoughts in to physical items and having “feel goods” helping an organization function.I’m the lucky guy who gets to work, joke and laugh with a group of very special people.

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