FOOD CONFESSIONS

Foodbank of Santa Barbara County is hosting a benefit preview performance of “Food Confessions” at the Lobero Theater on Thursday, September 20th at 7pm. The play officially starts a 3-day run September 21st. Here is a press-release about the Foodbank preview night:

Exclusive Preview of “Food Confessions” to Benefit Foodbank of Santa Barbara County

On September 20th, come enjoy a hilarious and heartwarming evening in support of the Foodbank!  Foodbank has been selected to benefit from this exclusive Preview Benefit performance of the world premiere comedy/play at the Lobero Theatre.

“Start with a mild culinary fixation, add a comic writer, a gifted director, and stir briefly with five talented actors. Simmer until the consistency is just right and you’ll have Food Confessions. a tasty comedy with a large helping of food, a dash of family, and a whole lot of crazy! This saucy new play exposes the unglazed truth about our own appetites, and the appetites of the ones we love.”

Tickets are just $50 each, and include a light dinner & wine reception (7:00 p.m.) before the play (in the Lobero private courtyard), featuring delicious recipes prepared by local chefs with help from our “Pink and Dude Chefs” teen culinary program. Dessert will be served during intermission, and Foodbank CEO Erik Talkin will share some of his own personal ‘food confessions’!

Food Confessions is presented by Lobero Live and Rod Lathim. “A saucy new comedy” by Nancy Nufer, directed by Jenny Sullivan and featuring Dan Gunther, Robert Lesser, Nancy Nufer, Kara Revel and Devin Scott.

Seating is limited. Purchase your tickets today online or call 805-963-0761 (make sure to mention you want Sept. 20 “Preview Benefit” tickets).

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