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Rubicon Theatre Company is a non-profit regional theatre based in Ventura, California. True to the name and the vision of founders Karyl Lynn Burns and James O’Neil, the company is committed to providing a nurturing environment for artists where...more
My wife and I went to see the Musical and Dance Play, “Grease.” There was some fine solo singers backed up by an outstanding Live Band. The Director assembled a very fine cast of actors and actresses.
Lots of dancing, singing — brought back memories...More
I have never been disappointed with the quality of Rubicon's productions. The actors, the technicians and the house staff are all outstanding. I have attended more than 20 productions here over the years and the performances are always top-notch. The Rubicon utilizes local talent as...More
We saw A Christmas Carol. We have seen many versions on stage and this was one of the better directed and acted. There was very clever use of the stage and props and a well thought out combination of narration and acting which allowed more...More
Date of experience: December 2017
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Michele H, Public Relations Manager at Rubicon Theatre Company, responded to this reviewResponded December 15, 2017
Hi Ivan! Thank you so much for your lovely review. We look forward to seeing you again soon! Please contact our Box Office for more information at 805.667.2900.
It's a long way from Broadway to Ventura but it's a great place for our fair citizens to see local actors and actresses bring theatre to us. Both of my granddaughters have performed at Rubicon thru the years. The most recent was my oldest granddaughter...More
We have been to at least half a dozen plays and musicals at this theatre. They pull talent from LA/Hollywood, around the country and a bit from abroad. The productions are sometimes unique, featuring lesser known playwrights, and sometimes traditional, like A Christmas Carol in...More
My history in theater has been through marriage to a middle school drama teacher whose students and plays have been selected to perform at the state demonstration of "how to act" rivaling high school students not to mention being chosen drama teacher of the year....More
Experience is likely affected by the performance seen the the seat location. Our seat location was poor, pushed up against the back wall. Fortunately, the staging was centered in the room. The charm of being in an old church was inviting; however, as you work...More
I love small intimate theatres like this one. You feel as if you are right there on stage with the actors. I have been here several times now and every performance has been superb! We just saw a one-man show performed by James O'Neil called...More
Hi, I double checked the theatre schedule and I'm sorry to say I mispoke in the message previously sent. The play ended on Sunday, 11/13. The next production is A Christmas Carol and it starts on December 7th.