4 Fabulous Concerts Featuring Some of Your

Favorite Performers to Raise Pandemic Relief Funds for Rubicon

February is the month of love. Bring someone you love to experience the incredible artistry of these very special artists who are sharing their talents in a February Concert-Series! A portion of the proceeds will help offset the company’s losses during the pandemic.

Tuesday, February 14 at 7p.m. & Wednesday February 15 at 7p.m.


Andrew Samonsky and Kate Reinders in a Valentine’s Day Concert

They met serendipitously at Rubicon. They had a fairytale romance in New York. They donned mouse ears and married at Disney World. Now Broadway power couple Andrew Samonsky and Kate Reinders return to Ventura on Valentine’s Day to share their love story through the songs of Disney. You’ll hear hits from films such as “Monsters, Inc.,” “Hercules,” “Cinderella,” “Snow White,” “Sleeping Beauty” and “Tangled”; and swoon to tunes from stage shows including Frozen, The Lion King and Peter Pan. Andrew, a Ventura native, has starred at Rubicon in tick…tick…BOOM!, Little Miss Scrooge and Merrily We Roll Along (also starring Kate). His multiple Broadway credits include Lt. Cable on Broadway and on PBS in South Pacific. Kate’s many Broadway shows include the original cast of Something Rotten and she currently plays Miss Jenn in the Disney “High School Musical: the Musical” series.

Saturday, February 18 at 7p.m., & Sunday, February 19 at 2p.m.


Noel Paul Stookey in Concert

Rubicon is honored to welcome returning artistic legend and five-time Grammy Award-winner Noel Paul Stookey (Paul of Peter, Paul and Mary) to his West Coast “home” for a one-night-only event of story and song. He’ll bring his intimate musicality to the Rubicon stage with some perennial favorites from the PP&M song list plus Stookey standards such as “The Wedding Song,” “In These Times,” and “Jean Claude” and some of the latest tunes from his most recent release “Fazz: Now and Then.” Funny, irreverently reverent, thoughtful, compassionately passionate, Noel has previously sold out concerts at Rubicon, writing songs for our shows and co-curating the successful Music for Changing Times Festival. His soulful gifts as an activist/singer/songwriter continue to thrill audiences and inspire a new generation of socially conscious artists.

Wednesday, February 22 at 7p.m.


Linda Purl in Concert

Through the Great American Songbook, My Romance explores life and love’s grand possibilities and the joy that comes from daring to chase your dreams. Linda’s extensive stage credits include roles on and off-Broadway. She is beloved by Rubicon audiences for her stellar star turns in productions ranging from A Streetcar Named Desire to Copenhagen. Linda is also known to millions for her running roles on multiple iconic television series.  Besides being Richie Cunningham’s girlfriend, Fonzie’s fiancée on “Happy Days,” Matlock’s daughter Charlene Matlock, and Pam’s Mom/Steve Carell’s girlfriend on “The Office,” she has enjoyed recurring roles on “Homeland,” “General Hospital,” and “The Bold and the Beautiful” (current), and starred in numerous films and made-for-TV movies. Her concert work has been praised internationally from L.A. to Tokyo to Paris to London “Purl cuts loose with all the authority of a seasoned jazz vocalist…she is mesmerizing”- The London Times. Linda is joined by accompanist Tedd Firth.

$69.50 Per Person

Friday, February 24 at 7p.m.


Rick Dougherty, George Grove and Jerry Siggins

The Folk Legacy Trio has been nailed as the “living library” of music of the great folk era delivering songs from the ‘50s to the ‘70s with their signature dynamic vocals and instrumental arrangements. Songs from The Weavers, The KingstonTrio, The Limeliters, Peter, Paul & Mary, The New Christy Minstrels, Tom Paxton, Joan Baez, Gordon Lightfoot, Simon & Garfunkel, John Denver, and many others. Blending stories, history and humor, they have received accolades from venues across the country. The Folk Legacy Trio includes two Lifetime Grammy Award-Winners: George Grove, formerly with The Kingston Trio for more than 40 years (and a member of the Banjo Hall of Fame); and Rick Dougherty, former member of The Limeliters and the Kington Trio for 25 years. They are joined by Jerry Siggins, who is best known as the lead singer for 27 years of the legendary doo-wop group The Diamonds.

$69.50 Per Person

$89.50 Per Person Premium Ticket includes Post-Show Reception with the Trio featuring Tom Dooley’s Irish Stew, bread bowls, cheese, and beer and other beverages in the downstairs Rose Room.

Jewel Club Members at the Ruby, Emerald and Diamond Level save $20 per ticket. Gold Coin Members (Rubicon’s All-Access Pass) attend for FREE! To learn more about Jewel Club membership, click here.

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