Sunday, March 24, 2019. Join us!! “One Slight Hitch” live play written by comedian Lewis Black, fundraiser at SM Civic Theatre.

Purchase your tickets and reserve your seat!  Invite your friends and family for a fun afternoon! 

To use a credit card, click this link:    Purchase tickets to “One Slight Hitch” play.

 DCSMV’s 2019 Civic Theatre Fundraiser will be Sunday, March 24, at 1:30 p.m. We invite you to join us for a production of Lewis Black’s “ONE SLIGHT HITCH.” Yes, THAT Lewis Black – the famous and sometimes outrageous standup comedian.

This fundraiser helps to pay for such needed expenses as electricity, voter outreach materials, and office supplies. It may not seem critical, but an organization needs supplies! How else can we shine the light on the importance of the work that we do which will begin much earlier than the 2020 election cycle?

Your suggested donation for this production is just $25 per seat with an intermission that will include wine and a collection of savory and sweet appetizers. This event is open to everyone, so consider inviting friends and family. Payment may be mailed to or dropped off at our Democratic Club Headquarters at 327 E. Plaza Dr. Ste. 2, Santa Maria, CA 93454; or submit online from our Club website (link above or on our home page.)

SANTA MARIA CIVIC THEATRE is located at 1660 N. McClelland – Santa Maria CA, 93454.   Play starts promptly at 1:30 pm.                                                                                 


Synopsis from the SMCT page:
It’s Courtney’s wedding day, and her mom, Delia, is making sure that everything is perfect. The groom is perfect, the dress is perfect, and the decorations (assuming they arrive) will be perfect. Then, like in any good farce, the doorbell rings. And all hell breaks loose. So much for perfect!  If you think of Lewis Black solely as a curmudgeonly comedian whose default setting is a state of apoplexy at the imbecility of his fellow man, you might be surprised by “One Slight Hitch.” It’s not unexpected that “Hitch” should abound in snappy wisecracks and keen social observation. But what is that we detect on Black’s sleeve at the end of his play? Is that his heart?

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