Fundraiser "One Slight Hitch"

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$25 suggested donation per ticket.

(We will confirm your ticket by phone or email and hold ticket(s) at the doorl.)


Sunday, March 24, 2019

Play starts promptly at 1:30 p.m. so please arrive in plenty of time!


Appetizers/sweets & beverages (including wine) served during intermission. 


Santa Maria Civic Theatre

1660 N. McClelland St

Santa Maria, CA 93454


Lewis Black admits he was somewhat bitter when he abandoned his life as a struggling playwright 26 years ago. Still Black never completely fell out of love with live theater. And he kept writing and tinkering with his plays even after he became a famous TV personality. That includes this romantic comedy "One Slight Hitch"


In the play, a woman is about to get married when her ex-boyfriend shows up unannounced and causes all sorts of mayhem. It’s all mixed with subtle social and political commentary and set in the Reagan-era ’80s.


The play was inspired by a girlfriend who broke up with Black and told him she never wanted to get married. Then she called him one day and said she’d met a man and — surprise! — they were getting hitched. "That really blew my mind," he says.


(Note: Online purchases must be completed by Friday, March 15, 2019. Please call the office after that date to check on availability.)





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