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Our doors may be closed, but our hearts and minds are very much open, and we want to stay connected and hopeful with you. While we wait patiently in the wings for things to return to normal, we hope you enjoy a semi-regular glimpse into the Lobero’s rich history.

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Enjoy a semi-regular peek into the Lobero archives. We hope you’re staying safe and enjoying the arts from the comfort of your own home. Go ahead and read more stories from the Lobero's rich history.

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1885: Onstage on this Date

The Lobero welcomed the Agricultural & Horticultural Fair in 1883, 1884, and 1885. The original…
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1936: Onstage on this Date

On April 4, 1936, Martha Graham first performed at the Lobero Theatre. Martha Graham is…
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With so many performances canceled due to the Covid-19 outbreak, it’s easy to imagine the…

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Onstage on this Date: The Lobero welcomed the Agricultural & Horticultural Fair on April 7,1885. The original Lobero Theatre first opened its doors in 1873, making the theater only 12-years-old. Cost of admission was 25 cents.

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