The play offers a glimpse into life's mystical transitions and end-of-life issues.
When: Friday, May 10, 2013, 2 p.m.
Where: Lobero Theatre, 33 E. Canon Perdido St., Santa Barbara
Age limit: All ages
Categories: Calendar of Fundraisers
"Unfinished Business" is set for an 8-performance run May 9-12 at the Lobero Theatre. Written & directed by Rod Lathim, the play deals with end-of-life issues in a way that goes right to the heart of the matter and right to the heart of its audience. All tickets are $20 and may be purchased in advance by calling the Lobero Box Office at 805-963-0761.
This run of "Unfinished Business" benefits the Alliance for Living and Dying Well. The ALDW is a consortium of area organizations concerned with improving the quality of end-of-life care and fostering a shift in our culture toward dying from fear to acceptance, a shift that enhances an appreciation of living. Groups may purchase an entire performance.
Two unique components of this theatre production are the intimacy of the setting and the post performance audience interaction. The entire audience will be seated onstage at the Lobero, with the actors. Following each performance there will be a moderated discussion with the audience. Moderators for the post performance discussions include Susan Plummer, ED of the Alliance for Living and Dying Well, Rev. Mark Asman, Steve Jacobsen, ED of Hospice of Santa Barbara, Rabbi Steven Cohen and Rod Lathim.
Event posted Jan. 7, 2013
Last updated May 7, 2013