‘Fantastical Family Night’ hits the stage at Jack London
TAP DANCERS Melissa Giattino and Ron DeStefano light up the stage.
After a successful opening with “Dream the Impossible Dream,” the newly formed Transcendence Theatre Company returns with a new show and some new performers. “Fantastical Family Night” can be seen on Friday and Saturday, Aug. 3 and 4, with shows set at 8 p.m.
This show promises many highlights directed at Sonoma’s youngest residents.
Songs and dances from the Broadway musical version of hit Disney classics such as “Beauty and the Beast,” “The Little Mermaid” and “Mary Poppins” will be performed under the stars in the Old Winery Ruins at Jack London State Historic Park. More than a dozen performers from Los Angeles and New York will come to the Valley for the weekend’s performance.
Before the main show, members of the company’s Broadway Kids Camp will perform for the crowd. There will also be a special guest performance from Alchemia, made up of singers and dancers with developmental disabilities who frequently rehearse and perform in Santa Rosa.
Prior to the show, all attendees are invited to enjoy pre-show picnicking in the park. Guests can either bring their own food or purchase food and beverages from one of the food trucks or wineries on site.
Tickets range in price, but $5 of every one sold will benefit Jack London State Historic Park. To purchase tickets or see more, go to transcendencetheatre.org.