Santa Barbara, CA, December 12, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Opening Acts of Santa Barbara proudly presents “Love & Hope & Sex & Dreams: The New Rules for Dating and Relating in the New Year” to be held Tuesday, January 14th at Center Stage Theater at Paseo Nuevo in Santa Barbara.
This lively, interactive town hall-style discussion and debate on the current state of the date will be comprised of an audience of 75 of Santa Barbara’s most eligible bachelors facing off against 75 of the city’s most dynamic single women to answer the question, “Why is everyone still single?”
‘We are thrilled to be bringing this unique, entertaining, and engaging event to Santa Barbara,” says Brian Howie, founder of Opening Acts. “People are extremely passionate about love, the evening will be a really fun and exciting way to raise questions - and find answers!”
The event will be hosted and moderated by nationally-renowned journalist and bestselling author of Love Rehab Jo Piazza, and features a panel of Southern California’s most prominent relationship specialists, including: Lisa Darsonval, Owner of Santa Barbara Matchmaking; Brian Howie, author and creator of How to Find Love in 60 Seconds; Megan O’Brien, Celebrity Blogger and CEO of BeautyBrander; Jackie Ruka, “America’s Happyologist” and creator of “Get Happy Zone”; Shelli Stutz, Founder of “ManFixer,” and Dr. Jonathan Harvin, Human Sexuality and Relationship Expert.
Tickets for this event are $40 and are available through the Center Stage Box Office via www.centerstagetheater.org or by calling (805) 963-0408, as well as at www.openingacts.org.
Seating is extremely limited (75 per gender), all attendees receive a premium gift bag filled with products, perks, & privileges (including a signed copy of Love Rehab) as well complimentary admission to post-event VIP party at Eureka!.
A portion of the evening's net proceeds goes to benefit CASA ESPERANZA.
For further information and media inquiries, please contact Brian Howie via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 310.310.0746.
Opening Acts was founded with a social mission to enhance and enrich Santa Barbara through the creation of opportunities in the creative and performing arts, and to introduce new members into the artistic community. For further information, please visit www.openingacts.org.