Voices of Old Conejo


Explore the history of the Conejo Valley through the voices of the people who once lived here.  As you walk the grounds of the Stagecoach Inn Museum you'll meet "Mr. Thousand Oaks", Alex Fiore; actress Frances Dee (wife of Joel McCrea); Frances Newbury, one of the area's first pioneers; Frank Crowley, who built the Crowley House (still standing on Pleasant Avenue) for his bride Mae in 1910; Guy Runnion, Sr., and many other notable residents of our past who helped to develop the Conejo Valley into the beautiful community it is today.

Join the theater after-party downstairs in Anderson Hall.  Delicious homemade treats and wine served!

Click HERE to download the poster.

Tours at 4:40, 5:00, 5:20, 5:40, 6:00.  $15 for members; $20 for non-members.  Performances on October 7, 8, 14, 15.  Tickets will be available for purchase here soon.

Alex Fiore, Margie Hibbits, Donna Fargo, Guy Runion, Sr.  Photograph by Don Shipley for the News Chronicle, courtesy of Thousand Oaks Library.

Alex Fiore, Margie Hibbits, Donna Fargo, Guy Runion, Sr.  Photograph by Don Shipley for the News Chronicle, courtesy of Thousand Oaks Library.