The Lompoc Theatre Project is “thrilled” to announce its recent acquisition of a vacant property
adjacent to the theater.
Longtime Lompoc resident Lorraine Cox donated to the LTP her property on the corner of North
H Street and Walnut Avenue in loving memory of her husband, Terrill F. Cox, who died in 2016.
Terrill Cox was a former Superior Court Judge and longtime community activist.
The Lompoc Theater is located at 112 H St., and the lot, at .32 of an acre, abuts the theater
property on the north, along Walnut Avenue.
Mark Herrier, executive director of the Lompoc Theatre Project, expressed his gratitude to
Loraine Cox for her donation, which marks the largest contribution ever made to the nonprofit
“It is hard to overstate just how important this is to us. Not only does it set a new bar for other
major donors, it gives us maximum flexibility for our renovation plans and enables us to expand
our current food truck Friday’s to include live music and other vendors.
“It is a big deal for LTP and the community, as well. Quite simply, we’re thrilled.”
The Lompoc Theater Project is a registered nonprofit for the community effort to restore the
historic Lompoc Theater, to reopen as a performing arts and film center, educational and
community hub, and focal point of a revitalized downtown Lompoc.