World Theater Performing Arts Series 2014-2015

December People

Saturday, November 8th at 8:00 p.m.

December People are back again for another show to rock out the holiday season, and are a popular show every year. What they sound like? They sound as if great groups such as The Who, Boston, ZZ Top, Peter Gabriel, Led Zeppelin, Sting, Santana and AC/DC recorded familiar Christmas songs. Classic hits with Christmas lyrics and melodies will bring back nostalgic feelings and prep everyone for this year's holiday season. Don't miss out on this amazing concert!

The World Theater will partner with HIPPO FM104.3 to help those in need this holiday season in a canned food drive to benefit the Food Banks of Monterey and San Benito counties and the Santa Cruz County Animal Shelter. For every five cans of people or pet food you bring to the theater, you can get a discounted ticket to watch the show.

  • Gold Circle: $40
  • General Admission: $29
  • Senior/Military: $25
  • CSUMB Staff/Faculty, Alumni: $15
  • Non-CSUMB Students: $15
  • CSUMB Students/Children: $10

Special Discount (with 5 cans per person):

  • General Admission: $20
  • Senior/Military: $15
  • CSUMB Staff/Faculty, Alumni: $9
  • Non-CSUMB Students: $9
  • CSUMB Students/Children: $7

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Coming in Spring 2015:

  • Paul Taylor Dance Company (WED, April 22, 2015)

  • Mariachi Reyna De Los Angeles (WED, April 29 & THUR, April 30, 2015

Past Performing Arts Series 2014-15:

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Direct from Beijing, The National Acrobats of the People's Republic of China - Performing "Cirque Peking" Luis Valdez's Valley of the Heart


Upcoming Events:

MB Talk: Illuminate

Monday, October 27, 2014 at 7:30 p..

Be inspired to find your passion, get involved and make an impact. Students share stories about organizations they have formed that are benefiting the community.

  • Oz Fishman- 20 yr old Economics Major at George Washington University, and a regular on Ted Talk
  • Ali Sassoon- 21 yr old Global Health & Development major at George Washington University
  • Hadar Dor- 22 yr old Cognitive Science major at UCLA
  • Emily Massel- 21 yr old Business major at George Washington University

*While the event is free, parking permit is required* For more information: 831.582.4580

La Santa Cecilia

Wednesday, October 29, 2014 at 7:00 p.m.

Performance will be at the University Center Ballroom adjacent to the World Theater, Parking Lot 29

La Santa Cecilia consists of accordionist and requintero Jose "Pepe" Carlos, bassist Alex Bendana, perussionist Miguel Ramirez, and lead vocalist La Marisoul, whose captivating voice sings about love, loss and heartbreak. Their influences range from Miles Davis to The Beatles, Led Zeppelin to Janis Joplin and Mercedes Sosa to Ramon Ayala. Their common love of music and openness to all genres led them to the concept of La Santa Cecilia in 2007 - named after the patron saint of musicans. In 2013, the band released their major label debut Treinta Dias (30 Days), which featured a captivating collaboration with fan Elvis Costello on "Losing Game". Now, just after their GRAMMY win for Best Latin Rock, Urban or Alternative Album, the band presents their new album "Someday New". The album features seven new tracks, which include a heartfelt Spanglish rendition of The Beatles iconic "Strawberry Fields Forever", plus the unforgettable New Mexican classic "Como Dios Manda"; as well as a fresh new radio-edit of their single "Monedita" and the full version of their moving, and militant "ICE - El Hielo".

  • General Admission: $20
  • Senior/Military: $15
  • CSUMB Staff/Faculty, Alumni, Non-CSUMB Students: $10
  • CSUMB Students, Children: $5

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"The Deep Origins of Silicon Valley and the Crucial Ties to Monterey Bay History"

Featuring Paul Saffo (Futurist and Technology Forecaster, Stanford University)

Tuesday, November 4, 2014 at 3:30 p.m.

Paul Saffo is a forecaster with over two decades experience helping corporate and governmental clients understand and respond to the dynamics of large-scale, long-term change. He teaches at Stanford, where he is a Consulting Associate Professor in the School of Engineering, and chairs the Future Studies track at Singularity University. Saffo is also a non-resident Senior Fellow at the Atlantic Council, and a Fellow of the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences. Saffo holds degrees from Harvard College, Cambridge University, and Stanford University.

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