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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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We're Taking an Intermission

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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Presented by Earl Minnis

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1971: Onstage on this Date

Comedian Richard Pryor brought his raw and unfiltered act to the Lobero Theatre on the…
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1926: Onstage on this Date

On July 9, 1926, a 25-year-old Clark Gable appeared at the Lobero alongside veteran headliner…
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1939: Onstage on this Date

On July 6, 1939, Helen Hayes – known as the “First Lady of American Theatre”…

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In July 1971, Richard Pryor brought his raw act to the Lobero. The audience roared with laughter — sometimes nervously. The Lobero in 71 was an unlikely venue for a controversial comedian, as the calendar was rich in surfing films and light rock. Read more http://ow.ly/1ElM50AvgNg

On July 9, 1926, a 25-year-old Clark Gable appeared at the Lobero alongside Pauline Frederick in the drama “Lucky Sam McCarver”. Against all odds, he would rise to become a household name, and became known as "The King of Hollywood". Read more: https://www.lobero.org/2020/07/1926-clark-gable/

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