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RUBICON SCORES BIG

Ventura’s Rubicon Theatre Company was recently nominated for eight L.A. Stage Alliance Ovation Awards in categories including Best Play and Best Musical. Winners will be announced at a ceremony in L.A. on November 14. For a full list of nods, visit rubicontheatre.org.

LITERATURE LESSONS

Gifted poets and UCSB alums Tai Carmen and Alexandra Kostoulas return to their alma mater this month to deliver live readings of their works at the Old Little Theatre. For more on these readings, visit independent.com/ccspoetry.

SEVENTH HEAVEN

Starting this Thursday, September 29, Happy Destiny Productions presents Morning’s at Seven at Center Stage Theater. The production, which centers on a family of four sisters living in pre-WWII America, will run through Sunday, October 9. For tickets and show times, call 963-0408 or visit centerstagetheater.org.

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