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Cabrillo Music Theatre

Lewis Wilkenfeld, of the Cabrillo Music Theatre, speaks with Our Ventura TV host, Howard Leader, about his role as an artistic director of musical theatre, which combines songs, dialogue, acting, and dance. The story and emotional content of the piece – humor, pathos, love, anger – are communicated through the words, music, movement and technical aspects of the entertainment as an integrated whole.

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The Flying H Group Theatre Company


Taylor Kasch speaks about the The Flying H Group Theatre Company, with Our Ventura TV host, Howard Leader. The Flying H Group is a professional theatre company in Ventura, CA.

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Live Community Theatre: Attendees and Actors

Theatre producer, director and actor, Howard Leader, discusses the live theatre scene in Ventura County and offers resources for attendees, as well suggestions for aspiring actors.

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Helen Yunker Discusses Ventura Theater and Community Advocacy



Ventura community service advocate, Helen Yunker, discusses her work with Our Ventura host, Camille Harris.

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The Ventura Improv Company, with Tom Mueller




What are the basic principles of Improv? Join Toni Jannotta as she interviews Tom Mueller to find out.

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The Senga Classic Theater Company, with Francisca Beach



Francisca Beach discusses the Senga Classic Theatre Company (in Ojai, CA), and its Scottish roots, with “Our Ventura” host, Frank James Malle.

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An Audience with the Lizard Lady, by Gowan Calder




Nancy Smeets stars as The Lizard Lady, whose extraordinary capacity to adapt and survive her traumatic childhood resulted in her “Freak Show” circus career in Scotland. In this special “Our Ventura” excerpt, The Lizard Lady relives her memories from her Edinburgh flat.

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Loree Lynn and Dreamakers Performing Arts Center




Loree Lynn is interviewed by OurVentura.com host, Frank James Malle. Loree is an artist, teacher, mentor, counselor, director, producer singer/songwriter and actress. She is the Founder of DreaMaker’s Center for the Aspiring Performing Artist, a non-profit corporation and is the author of Fabric & Anatomy of the Artist: The Significance of Art.

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The Phoenix Theater Group: Helping Recovering Addicts via Art




Tom Hannon talks about the Phoenix Theater Group with Annie Gabriel, including the history of the organization as well as its community contributions. Tom expresses how the organization helps recovering addicts through art, production and contribution.

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Karyl Lynn Burns Talks About The Rubicon Theater




Polly Hoganson interviews Karyl Lynn Burns, Founder and Producer of the Rubicon Theatre. Karyl discusses the history of the Rubicon name as well as the classes, theater camps, production camps and drama camps that they provide, as well as their theatrical dramas, comedies and musicals. Karyl talks about their community outreach and volunteer programs and also reminisces about Jack Lemmon and his wife, Felicia Farr, and their performance at the Rubicon Theatre.

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