Small Wonders Gallery Exhibit: October 16-January 6, 2013
Art works 12" square or less. Opening Reception: Friday, Oct. 19, 6-8 pm
Sonoma State University Department of Theatre Arts & Dancecontinues "Water Works" performance season with “The Great Divide”Pre-show reception and event with playwright Adam Chanzit on Nov. 7 PRODUCER: Sonoma State University Dept. of Theatre Arts & Dance presents WHAT: "The Great Divide”By Adam Chanzit Fractured family dynamics mirror divisions in a rural Colorado town balancing jobs and economic survival against the risk to long term water needs and health in this theatrical thriller ripped from current headlines and inspired by Henrik Ibsen‘s “An Enemy of the People.” A rural Colorado town revives its economy by allowing a natural gas company to begin a “fracking” operation in its area, injecting chemicals into the ground to mine natural gas. But, when the chemicals get into the water table, the health of the town is at stake. What’s more important, short or long term survival - having energy and power as well as financial stability or protecting the environment and the water we need to survive? Directed by Doyle Ott This production is part of "Water Works," is Sonoma State University campus wide project including fine arts and academics drawing on the theme of inland water flow as resource, theme and metaphor. The "Water Works" project features a variety of events and performances presented across the SSU campus in indoor theaters, classrooms, art galleries and outdoor site-specific events at bodies of water. WHEN: Nov. 1 to Nov. 10, 20127:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 1; Saturday, Nov. 3; Thursday, Nov. 8; Friday, Nov. 9; and Saturday, Nov. 10.10 a.m. Friday, Nov. 2 (Student Matinee)2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 4 (Followed by post show discussion)5 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 7 - "Water Works" gala reception and pre-show event featuring playwright Adam Chanzit, followed by performance at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 7 is also SSU Faculty/Staff Night. LOCATION: Sonoma State UniversityEvert B. Person Theatre, 1801 E. Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park, CA 94928Evert B. Person Theatre is accessed through the main entrance to Sonoma State University.Tickets also sold at the door one hour prior to curtain. When attending a performance in the Evert B. Person Theatre, snacks, wine and soft drinks are available for purchase in the lobby beginning one hour prior to curtain. PARKING: After entering the main entrance of Sonoma State University, turn right. Use LOT E to the left. Walk from the main parking lot using the ramp to the theater which is to the left of the parking lot. Parking permits are required for all cars during posted hours Monday through Friday. Permits may be purchased daily from the vending machines located at the entrance to the general parking lots. Daily parking fee is $2.50. Visitor parking is only permitted in lots marked as ‘Non-Reserved.’ COST / TICKET PRICE: $10 to $17Sonoma State University students are admitted free for all performances. Tickets also sold at the door one hour prior to curtain. Pre-order or reserve tickets through the box office at 707-664-2353 or online at www.sonoma.edu/tix BOX OFFICE: 707-664-2353School of Performing Arts Box Office. Hours: Monday thru Friday 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at Ives Hall on SSU Campus. WEB SITE: www.sonoma.edu/waterworks
Cinnabar Theater presents world premiere of"So Nice to Come Home To: A World War II Musical"
WHO: Cinnabar Theater WHAT: "So Nice to Come Home To: A World War II Musical" - WORLD PREMIERE Music by Richard B. Evans, Lyrics by Kate Hancock, Book by Evans & Hancock Suggested by two plays by J.M. Barrie Set in New York City in 1944, it's a time of innocence, uncertainty, humor and optimism - but the stresses of war are affecting soldiers and civilians alike. This touching, sweet, funny and thought-provoking musical tells the story of a middle-aged woman’s determination to become an essential part of America’s war effort. The musical features original songs evoking the era with every style of music from the 1940s represented including ~ a patriotic anthem, tuneful nods to New York City and Carmen Miranda, sweet ballads, waltzes and foxtrots. Ann Woodhead, Stage DirectorMary Chun, Music Director WHEN: Oct. 26 to Nov. 11, 20128 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays2 p.m. Sundays Nov. 4 and Nov. 11 TICKETS: $25 to $35$35 General; $32 Seniors 65 & Over; $25 Age 22 & Under LOCATION: Cinnabar Theater3333 Petaluma Blvd. North, Petaluma, CA 94952 PHONE: 707-763-892010 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday or purchase at the door.Reservations highly recommended. WEB SITE: www.cinnabartheater.orghttp://www.cinnabartheater.org CAST: Kate: Elly Lichenstein of Petaluma; Kenneth: Michael McGurk* of New York City; Jean, Eleanor: Valentina Osinski of Petaluma Al: Stephen Walsh of Vallejo; Harry: Gary Grossman of Cotati; Toombs, Bill Brannigan: Michael Van Why of Santa Rosa.*Member, Actors Equity Association, the union of professional actors This production commissioned by Cinnabar Founder Jan Klebe
We remember Jimmy Stewart as a man who has a rabbit for a friend. When Elwood P. Dowd starts to introduce his imaginary friend, Harvey, a six-and-a-half-foot rabbit, to guests at a society party, his sister, Vera,has seen as much of his eccentric behavior as she can tolerate. Vera decides that it’s off to the funny farm for Elwood to spare them all future embarrassment, but Vera gets confused as the loony one and is committed instead of Elwood. As the doctors themselves come under Harvey’s spell, we see that this comedy is really about reality and who gets to define it.
SoCo Dance Theatre presents its third annual Fall Dance Concert at the Spreckels Performing Arts Center in Rohnert Park from Nov. 9 to Nov. 11, 2012. SoCo Dance Theater is dedicated to the creation and promotion of dynamic and engaging contemporary dance in Sonoma County. SoCo Dance Theater supports and showcases local choreographers exploring traditional and experimental approaches to dance.
WHEN: Nov. 9 to Nov. 11, 20128 p.m. Friday and Saturday 2 p.m. Sunday
COST: $15 to $20Tickets are $18 general advance; $15 seniors advance.$20 at the door. $15 two for one price is offered to students with student identification.
Come see Sonoma County stars compete on the dance floor and then vote for your favorite team online! Two unique nights of dance competition plus dance demonstrations by our pros and stars of the future (Friday Nov 9 & Saturday Nov 10), and Saturday Star Reception at Costeaux Cafe.
STARS: Hallie Beacham, Bobbi Beehler, Tom Chambers, Neil Cronin, Richard Fourzon, Jennifer Leigh Gotti, Jessica Greer, Jennifer LeBrett, and Viveka Rydell
PROS: Raymond Byun, Eddie Vedolla Jr., Brina Cimino, Janelle Guido, Tony Gutsch, John Ross, Lauralie Staley, Jason Taylor, and Griffen Wayne.
JUDGES: Buddy Schwimmer, Stephen Nordquist, Elizabeth Mustaro
LOCATION: Studio 76, Ives HallSonoma State University1801 E. Cotati Ave., Rohnert Park, CA 94928
PARKING: Ives Hall is accessed through the main entrance to Sonoma State University. After entering the main entrance of Sonoma State University, turn right. Use LOT E to the left. Parking permits are required for all cars during posted hours Monday through Friday. Permits may be purchased daily from the vending machines located at the entrance to the general parking lots. Daily parking fee is $2.50. Visitor parking is only permitted in lots marked as ‘Non-Reserved.’
BOX OFFICE: 707-664-2353School of Performing Arts Box Office. Hours: Monday thru Friday 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at Ives Hall on SSU Campus.
WEB SITE: www.sonoma.edu/waterworks
A Napa holiday tradition! The Faire features 85 booths of fine crafts, art, and gourmet foods to sample -
all hand-crafted by the artists themselves.
We’ll have many
SURPRISES for our 40th year celebration ~~
The Greater Napa Valley Lion’s Club will again be holding their annual home-baked
goodies sale: cookies, fudge, cakes, & More! The Faire also features a full kitchen
serving delicious homemade lunches & dinners.
Artists will do custom orders for you...personalize anything just for you...deliver by Christmas for you..In other words ~
This is a great time to get your Christmas shopping done early ~
with the personal touch !
Admission and parking are free, and the Downtown Shuttle
makes stops in front of the Expo every 20 minutes.
Come be part of a Napa holiday tradition and celebrate our 40th year with us!
The CALIFORNIA REDWOOD CHORALE under the leadership of Robert Hazelrigg, continues their tradition of delighting audiences here and abroad.In October and November, 2012, this 36-voice chorale will perform in Sonoma County. Performing with the group will be two super guest artists well known to the Bay Area...Michael Bolivar, saxophone and Bonnie Brooks, vocalist. Adding to that mix will be John Hazelrigg, accompanist, and director, Robert Hazelrigg, both at the keyboard..and on some pieces, four-hand! The repertoire showcasing all this great talent will be American music of all styles. You will hear classical to contemporary, jazz to gospel, and film to stage. Don't miss this enjoyable event!$15 at the door or on-line at brownpapertickets.comwww.californiaredwoodchorale.org
Featuring Roy Malan, Violin • The Fours Seasons – Vivaldi • Holberg Suite – Grieg• Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 – Bach
Roy Malan was educated in London with Yehudi Menuhin, and at Juilliard and the Curtis Institute where he was a student of Ivan Galamian and Efrem Zimbalist. Mr. Malan is concertmaster and solo violinist for the San Francisco Ballet. He is also the founding director of the Telluride Chamber Music Festival in Colorado and serves on the faculty of the University of California, Santa Cruz. He has been a member of the San Francisco Contemporary Music Players since 1976.
Philharmonia Healdsburg, the Raven's latest expansion of entertainment programs, consists of over 20 professional musicians from the Bay Area and beyond, led by Music Director Les Pfutzenreuter.
Philharmonia Healdsburg, the Raven's latest expansion of entertainment programs, consists of over 20 professional musicians from the Bay Area and beyond, led by Music Director Les Pfutzenreuter
Elvin Bishop, renowned and popular Blues artist, brings his great sound and heart to the Raven. From deep down gutbucket Blues played in smoky South Side Chicago taverns, to raucous roadhouse R&B, Bishop has instilled all of his music with passion, creativity, and a healthy helping of wisdom, wit and good humor.
A founding member of the groundbreaking Paul Butterfield Blues, Elvin has recordings with Clifton Chenier, John Lee Hooker, and The Allman Brothers. He achieved true Pop success with his own 1976 smash hit “Fooled Around and Fell in Love.”
Telephone: 707-584-2000 Fax: 707-585-1363
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