Dinner Theatre

 
The Circle Bar B Dinner Theatre is now in its 40th season! Come enjoy a show at one of Santa Barbara's longest running and most charming theatres. 
 
On Friday and Saturday evenings dinner is served at 7pm with the show beginning at 8pm. On Sundays lunch is served at 1pm with the show beginning at 2pm.
 
We serve a scrumptious tri-tip barbecue for both dinner and lunch that includes: tri tip or chicken, chili beans, mashed potatoes, gravy, green beans with sundried tomatoes, green salad with choice of dressing, and dessert. Lemonade, coffee and tea are served with the meal.  We have a full liquor bar which opens at 6:00pm.  We do not allow anyone to bring their own alcohol onto the ranch property. 
 
Tickets
Overnight Ranch Guests $20.00 per person
General Admission $49.00 per person
Season Tickets $160.00 per person for 4 shows ($40.00 per show per person)
Senior Rate $42.00 per person (available Fridays & Sundays only)
Group Rate $40.00 per person for 20 or more (Fri. & Sun.)
 
Click here for 2014 Season Schedule.
Check out www.CircleBarBTheatre.com for more information.
 For tickets call 805.967.1962 or email: cbbtheatre@cox.net




Ghost of a Chance
Written by Flip Kolber and Cindy Marcus: Directed by Brian Harwell
April 11th- May 18th

"Some plays speak to the mind, some to the heart and some hammer the funny bone. Few manage to hit all three in the same evening. Ghost of a Chance is that rare theater experience." - Cleburne Times-Review

Bethany is bright, strong, independent, beautiful and has zero self esteem. She has brought her finance, Floyd, and his mother, Verna, up to her cabin in the woods, the site of the hunting accident that killed Chance, her first husband. Much to her consternation, he or rather, his ghost is still there.


Murder by the Book
Written by Duncan Greenwood and Robert King
May 30th - July 13th

Crisp, witty exchanges pepper this light hearted and inventive thriller that unfolds with a series of macabre twists. A thriller writer indulges in vitriolic word duels with his estranged wife until she shoots him. An amateur detective from the next flat attempts to solve the murder before calling the police. More deadly games are in store when the corpse rises and the tables are turned more than once for the victim and the killers.


Enchanted April
Written by Mathew Barber
July 25th – September 7th

When two frustrated London housewives decide to rent a villa in Italy for a holiday away from their bleak marriages, they recruit two very different English women to share the cost and the experience. There, among the wisteria blossoms and Mediterranean sunshine, all four bloom again—rediscovering themselves in ways that they—and we—could never have expected.


Boeing Boeing
Written by Marc Camoletti and Directed by Gerry Hansen
September 19th – October 26th

This 1960's French farce adapted for the English-speaking stage features self-styled Parisian lothario Bernard, who has Italian, German, and American fiancées, each beautiful airline hostesses with frequent "layovers". He keeps "one up, one down and one pending" until unexpected schedule changes bring all three to Paris and Bernard's apartment at the same time








Your staff was very friendly and welcoming and made our stay most pleasant.  Your cowboys were very nice to give our grandchildren rides, as well.  And the cleaning staff was super efficient!  The conference room was perfect! Can't say enough good things about our stay, except that it was too short......"

  - Jan G. & Family



“Wanted to drop a quick line just to say thank you for such a great stay...the horses were great and our guide was exceptional. The food and service were outstanding and the ranch room was perfect, I can’t say enough about the staff and it was such a pleasure to meet and eat with all of the Brown family.”

  - Ron W.



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