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The Lompoc Theatre Project

The Lompoc Theatre Project is a community effort to restore the historic landmark of the Lompoc Theatre to re-open as a performing arts and film center, educational and community hub; and focal point of a revitalized Old Town Lompoc.

They have been on an upward trend since officially becoming owners of the Lompoc Theatre in 2016. In a year and a half, the Lompoc Theatre Project paid back-taxes against the property, stabilized and fixed the marquee outside the theatre, cleaned and gutted the inside of the theatre to begin demolition, evicted pigeons and wrapped the roof as to protect progress inside the theatre from weather damage, finished remediation work so toxic substances like asbestos and mold are gone, and received a large and public donation from Seinfeld and HBO’s Veep actress Julia Louis-Dreyfus and her writer-director husband, Brad Hall, who’s work includes Saturday Night Live, Frasier, Curb Your Enthusiasm, and HBO’s Veep.

The Lompoc Theatre Project was incorporated as a 501.c.3 tax exempt nonprofit on October 23, 2012.

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