"THE PRICE" WHO: Cinnabar Theater presents WHAT: "The Price" By Arthur Miller Two estranged brothers meet to divvy up the estate of their late father in “The Price,” a 1968 Broadway play which shines with humor rarely seen in plays by Arthur Miller. The story plays out in the Manhattan brownstone attic of the brothers’ once wealthy father which is overflowing with a lifetime of furniture, paintings, mementos and family history. The brothers (a successful doctor and a hardworking policeman) are joined by a witty, elderly antique dealer and a long-suffering wife in this powerful theatrical examination of sibling rivalry and regret. Noted actor of stage and screen, Charles Siebert is featured in the role of antique dealer Gregory Solomon. Siebert appeared in several noted productions on Broadway; starred as Dr. Riverside on the television series "Trapper John, MD" and served as director on several television series. Directed by Sheri Lee Miller WHEN: March 22 to April 7, 20138 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays;and 2 p.m. Sundays March 31 and April 7. TICKETS: $15 to $25$25 General; $22 Seniors 65 & Over; $15 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. WEB SITE: www.cinnabartheater.org CAST: Madeleine Ashe of Petaluma as Esther Franz; Samson Hood of Santa Rosa as Victor Franz; John Shillington of Sebastopol as Walter Franz; and Charles Siebert * of Healdsburg as Gregory Solomon. *Member Actors Equity Association, the union of professional stage actors This production is underwritten by Ken Larson and Linda Adams
Sonoma Musica Viva
Brian S. Wilson, director
Green Music Center, Joan and Sanford I. Weill Hall
Since its inception in 2010, Sonoma Musica Viva has presented eclectic chamber music programs from the 20th and 21st centuries with featured works by Ravel, Stravinsky, Messiaen, Bartok and Janacek. Schoenberg’s darkly mysterious “Transfigured Night,” performed in its original sextet version, pays homage to the fascinating trends toward post-romantic style. SSU voice alumna Jennifer Thuman will be featured in song sets by Schubert and Webern.
Part of the Baker’s Dozen series.
Seventh Annual Redwood Empire community Choral Festival.
A celebration of communal singing .
The best Sonoma choruses perform individually and in a final group piece.
Santa Rosa Bible Church, 4575 Badger Rd , Santa Rosa
free admission, Donations accepted
Brian S. Wilson, director
SSU's distinguished faculty composers dish up exciting new works in all genres, from jazz to avant-garde. Performed by studio faculty members.
Sonoma State University Department of Theatre Arts & Dancecontinues "Water Works" performance season withSpring Dance Concert 2013
PRODUCER: Sonoma State University Department of Theatre Arts & Dance presents WHAT: "Spring Dance Concert 2013" Always exhilarating, unexpected, professional and thoroughly entertaining - the annual Sonoma State University Spring Dance Concert features SSU dancers performing new, cutting edge dance works each with a different aesthetic sensibility. The Spring Dance Concert 2013 taps into the SSU yearlong "Water Works" theme with new inspiration from the Dance Exchange, the renowned national dance company from Washington, D.C. Dance Exchange's artistic director Cassie Meador and resident artist Matthew Cumbie came to the SSU campus during the 2013 spring semester to create work on the dances ("Where I will turn"). The concert program includes new original music; a collaborative dance piece choreographed by SSU students with Dance Exchange; and new works from professional guest choreographers including San Francisco's Christine Cali and Scott Wells, and SSU Professor Emeritus of Dance Nancy Lyons. Directed by Kristen DaleyWHEN: April 12 to April 20, 20137:30 p.m. Friday, April 12; Saturday, April 13 (followed by post show discussion); Tuesday, April 16; Friday, April 19; and Saturday, April 202 p.m. Sunday, April 146:30 p.m. Thursday, April 18 (Faculty/Staff Night) LOCATION: Evert B. Person TheatreSonoma State University, 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. PARKING: After entering the main entrance of Sonoma State University, turn right. Use Parking Lot E or Parking Lot F. Parking permits are required at all times. Permits may be purchased from the vending machines located at the entrance to parking lots. The fee is $5. Use ramp to the left of Parking Lot E to access the main entrance of Evert B. Person Theatre. COST / TICKET PRICE: $10 to $17Sonoma State University students admitted free. 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 http://www.sonoma.edu/tix ORDER TICKETS: Pre-order or reserve tickets through the box office at 707-664-2353 or online at http://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: http://www.sonoma.edu/waterworks PROMO VIDEO: http://animoto.com/play/CfIExMOggTyRGiB7bPYQfg
Friday & Saturday, April 12-13 @ 8pmSunday, April 14 @ 2pm
“...magnificently powerful and unlike what you'll see elsewhere.” - Sid Smith, Chicago Tribune
In 1987 when the Bay Area’s own AXIS Dance Company first performed, gas was 89 cents per gallon, The Simpsons debuted on FOX, and Prozac had only just become available to a country flocking to see a movie called Dirty Dancing, which spawned the catchphrase, “No one puts baby in the corner.” Fast forward twenty-five years later and AXIS Dance Company, now considered to be the United States leading physically integrated dance company, celebrates 25 years of against-the-odds success with a series of performances at the Malonga Casquelourd Center in Oakland.
The performances will include the world premieres of:
Friday April 12th is the Target Family Performance and Opening Night Gala! All tickets are $10. Saturday and Sunday: $22 general, $15 students, seniors and disabled, $10 youth 14 years and under. Tickets at the door are $25.
Also, wheelchair seating is limited, please reserve in advance by calling and note your seating requirements at time of purchase.
LOCATION:Malonga Casquelourd Center for the Arts1428 Alice Street, Oakland, CAClose to BART and plenty of parking
BOX OFFICE:1-800-838-3006Purchase tickets online at www.brownpapertickets.com
Green Music Center, Room 1028
Incoming students who sing or play an instrument will want to check out this annual Music Department showcase spectacular featuring current student performers.
Grammy award-winning vocalist and pianist Diane Schuur inspires rave reviews across the globe as the new first lady of jazz. Known to personify the composer's intentions of the Great American Songbook, Schuur swings with heartfelt intensity. The Commanders Big Band from the USAF Band of the Golden West joins Diane Schuur for this very special performance.
Free but tickets required
The courage and inspiration of Anne Frank will be honored with the planting of an Anne Frank sapling at 1 p.m. on Sunday, April 14 at the Erna and Arthur Salm Holocaust & Genocide Memorial Grove near the campus lakes at Sonoma State University. Public is invited. A reception follows in the Commons at 2 p.m.
SSU is one of only 11 recipients of the Anne Frank tree saplings in the United States. They are all being planted in public dedications this year.
More details and photos about the Grove can be found at https://www.sonoma.edu/holocaustgrove/anne-frank-tree.html
Parking at SSU is $5.
For Immediate ReleaseContact: Yvonne RobertsDevelopment and Marketing DirectorPhone: 415-295-0578
Take a Trip around the World with Whistlestop!
San Rafael, CA (March 2013) -- Join Whistlestop to celebrate the 20th year Anniversary of its Multicultural Department on April 17, 2013, noon to 2:00 pm by taking “A Trip Around the World” and honoring the diversity of cultures with delicious food and wonderful live entertainment (Cabaret-style) provided by Luzina & Tom Tison Promotions. Whistlestop volunteers cheerily serve fresh and affordable lunches for about 100 diners a day. The restaurant is open to everyone, and you can be assured, everyone will feel more than welcome. Cost: $10 for lunch and a fabulous show. No registration is required, pay at door.
Over 10,000 people participate in Whistlestop’s Multicultural Program. The program provides cultural activities that include weekly social gatherings, luncheons and picnics, and celebrations for culturally specific holidays such as the Tet Festival (Vietnamese/Chinese New Year), Cinco de Mayo, and Nowruz (Persian New Year). The Multicultural Program helps to connect various cultural groups in Marin by bringing them together to socialize and take classes. We also provide assistance with U.S. citizenship, housing opportunities, health education, in-home support, subsidy programs and more. When requested, referrals and translation are provided. Presently, groups are meeting from the Hispanic, Persian, French, Russian and German communities.
Since 1954 Whistlestop has been helping the Marin County’s older adults stay independent and active by avoiding social isolation. Whistlestop is best known for providing specialized transportation for people with disabilities. Their fleet of over 55 specialized buses run seven days a week from early morning to late night, offering over 150,000 rides yearly throughout Marin and surrounding counties.In addition, Whistlestop’s Active Aging Center, located in downtown San Rafael, provides socialization for older adults through participant-centered services and activities. These include educational classes, exercise classes, and multicultural groups for Spanish, German, and Farsi-speaking older adults. Invaluable services like citizenship assistance, translation, ESL, tax preparation, and legal advice are offered as part of Whistlestop’s ongoing mission.
Whistlestop’s Jackson Café, located at the Active Aging Center, serves fresh, delicious and affordable lunchtime meals, Monday through Friday to diners of all ages. The Café features daily specials, deli sandwiches, soups, desserts, and fresh salads. The Jackson Café offers a comfortable setting where everyone is welcome.
Whistlestop Meal on Wheels delivers fresh meals to homebound older adults throughout much of Marin. Their dedicated drivers check in on the meal recipients several times per week and will deliver 71,000 meals this year.# # # # #
Jennifer Wilsey, director
Green Music Center, Music Education Hall 1028
Join us for group improvisations and exciting works by Tenney, Reich, Cage and more.
Jenny Bent, host
Middle and High school choristers from throughout the Bay Area sing for guest adjudicators, receiving scores and comments. Open to the public. Park in Lot O. Parking passes are $5.
Using sand, rocks, shells, and natural objects from the beach, participants work alone & in groups to spontaneously create outdoor sculpture. In past years, beachgoers stacked rock towers, planted driftwood "trees," and created dragons, fairies, & abstract designs. During this playful event, participants work alone and in groups, transforming the beach into an evolving sculpture gallery. Event starts with beach clean up. Hosted by environmental artist Zach Pine in partnership with Samavesha.
When: 11am – 3pm, April 20, 2013
What: 9th Annual Free Create-With-Nature Earth Day Celebration on Stinson Beach
Who: Free Community Participatory Event
Where: South end of Stinson Beach, Stinson Beach, CA
Public info: http://www.earthdaystinsonbeach.org
Laxmi G. Tewari, Hindustani Vocalist
Esteemed author and ethnomusicologist Laxmi Ganesh Tewari returns with his North Indian ensemble for a rare springtime performance of Ragas and Bhajans. Hindustani classical music is a tradition that originated in Vedic ritual chants and has been evolving from the 12th century.
John Palmer, director
Instead of writing term papers on different eras and styles of rock music, students in John Palmer's Rock Music: Styles and Contexts stand and deliver their own compositions.
Andy Collinsworth, conductor
details coming soon
Doug Leibinger, director
You won't want to miss this jazz concert – performances by the 18-piece big band and two top jazz ensembles.
In honor of Child Abuse Prevention Month this April, Olympic gold medalist, Hall of Fame boxer, and humanitarian, Sugar Ray Leonard will keynote the Annual Blue Ribbon Luncheon to support the San Francisco Child Abuse Prevention Center. From boxing, he went on to become a motivational speaker, actor, and spokesperson for victims of child abuse. This year marks an exciting time for the San Francisco Child Abuse Prevention Center as they celebrate 40 years of child abuse prevention. The Center is dedicated to the prevention of child abuse and neglect, the promotion of healthy families and the mental health of children.
Emmy-Award winning Co-Anchor of ABC 7/KGO TV and long-time friend of the Center, Cheryl Jennings, will serve as the emcee at the event which will be held on Tuesday, April 26th, 2013 from 12:00 p.m. until 1:30 p.m. at the Four Seasons Hotel at 757 Market Street, San Francisco. Registration begins at 11:00 a.m. The event is nearly sold out. If you are interested in sponsoring a table, please call Alysha Catalano at 415-213-7447.
Ruth Wilson, director
Who says music can’t be funny? Let these brass arrangements – from the subtle (Scherzo from Bruckner’s 7th Symphony) to the side-splitting (PDQ Bach’s Canzon per Sonar a sei, count them, sei) – tickle your funny bone.
Jenny Bent, conductor
Kick back and enjoy an elegant evening of choral masterpieces and vocal jazz jewels by living composers and arrangers, as well as works that influenced their creation.
Will Johnson, director
Original works in a variety of genres composed, performed and directed by students.
What do the composers Darius Milhaud, Camille St. Saens, Marcia Bauman, Larry London and Lou Harrison have in common? You'll just have to come to the concert to find out.
Judiyaba and Marilyn Thompson, directors
Find out how chamber music makes every instrument a star!
Kendrick Freeman and Doug Leibinger, directors
Relive the jazz standards with the Classic Jazz Ensemble, then catch up on what's current with Post Bop and Contemporary Jazz Ensembles. All three groups led by Doug Leibinger.
Telephone: 707-584-2000 Fax: 707-585-1363
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