The Sebastiani Theatre is presenting its vaudeville revue, “An Old Time Variety Show,” as a fundraiser for fire disaster victims, La Luz, and undocumented families in need. The single-night show is at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 17.

“Don’t miss a wonderful evening of family entertainment benefiting many among us whose losses from the Wine Country fires are unfathomable,” says theater manager Roger Rhoten. “The spectacular lineup of talent for this show coalesced quickly, as our community is filled with many caring individuals.”

The evening’s entertainment reads like a who’s who of Sonoma musicians and performers, and includes pianist Stephanie Ozer; vocalist Jeff Gilbert with pianist Earl Blue; blues musician John Burdick; musician and singer John and Laura Benward; Tobias, from the Traveling Spectacular; singers Sheila Whitney, Jennifer Wood and Syd James; magician Roger Rhoten; musicians David Aguilar and Peter McCauley; singer Misty Browning; musician Tommy Thomsen; belly dancer Nathalie Tedrick; singer Isobel Hubbard; bassist Cliff Yugo; drummer Mikey Cannon; and dancer Luis Contreras.

Tickets are $25 for general seating and VIP seating in the first six rows is $50.

Tickets are available in Sonoma at Readers’ Books and at the Sebastiani Theatre at 476 First St. E., by calling 996-9756, and online at www.sebastianitheatre.com.

Wine and beer will be available for purchase.