Business Beat for June 1, 2019
Network your business
A new business networking group has formed in the Valley of the Moon called VOM Business Networking Group, and it's all about doing business. The group gets together once a week to give business leads to one another.
It's a great way to get the word out about businesses while getting to know other business people in the area. The group asks for one person per business. Call Diane Nunez at 483-7414 for more information on meeting times and locations.
Comedy at St. Anne's CrossingSt. Anne's Crossing tasting room in Kenwood will host Type Caste, a South Asian standup comedy group, on June 8 at 7 p.m.
By meshing Indian and American cultures, Type Caste's members' distinct perspectives paint a broader picture of the Asian American experience. Richard Sarvate, Priyanka Wali, Ryan Sudhakaran, and Sanj Nalwa make up Type Caste, which tours colleges and clubs across the country and has performed at festivals such as SF Sketchfest, Burbank Comedy Festival and Desi Comedy Fest. They cover topics ranging from cultural stereotypes to silly observations, making their act relatable to audiences of all backgrounds.
St. Anne's Crossing is located at 8450 Sonoma Hwy., Kenwood. Doors open at 6 p.m. Cost is $20 general admission; VIP Reserved $28. Limited door tickets available at $28. It is OK to bring a picnic - just clean up your picnic items after the show. No outside drinks. Wine will be available for purchase.
Show is outdoors. Seating and tables are provided. No food available for purchase, only wine! Complimentary water. Show is 21+. For tickets go to www.crushersofcomedy.com/june-8.html.
Launch parties for new book by Kenwood authorKenwood author Rebecca Rosenberg has released a new book, Gold Digger: The Remarkable Baby Doe Tabor, and is hosting three book launch events in June.
This historical fiction based on a true story, the book starts in 1878 in Colorado when Lizzie Doe's family loses everything in a fire. The 20-year-old is forced to marry and go west to prospect a gold mine in Colorado, hoping to send money home to her parents. Miners, unaccustomed to such delicate beauty, nickname her Baby Doe, after a newborn deer.
But Baby Doe proves herself tougher than they imagine when she finds herself abandoned, pregnant and running the mine alone. Her pluck gains the admiration of Silver King Horace Tabor, married and twice her age, and running for U.S. Senator. In Tabor, Baby Doe finds devotion and true passion. When scandal and economic ruin threatens Tabor's life, Baby Doe must make a painful choice.
Learn more about the book, its author, and the unforgettable Baby Doe Tabor. You can attend one of three events coming up: June 6, 6:30 p.m. at Readers' Books in Sonoma; June 9, 1-3 p.m. at Breathless Wines in Healdsburg; and June 13, 7 p.m. at Copperfield Books in Santa Rosa.
Rosenberg will be on hand to sign books, “Wild West” refreshments will be served, and there will be a visual presentation and door prizes.
Go to bit.ly/GDBabyDoe to buy the book on Amazon.
Line up for A Chorus LineAfter eight seasons presenting its critically acclaimed “Broadway Under the Stars” musical revues, Transcendence Theatre Company is staging its first Broadway musical.
The award-winning Sonoma County-based theater company opens its 2019 “Broadway Under the Stars” summer series with the Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize-winning musical A Chorus Line.
The musical ran for 6,137 performances on Broadway. When it closed in 1990, A Chorus Line achieved the milestone as the longest running Broadway show in history.
Transcendence Theatre Company presents A Chorus Line from June 14 to 30, with weekend evening performances presented outdoors at Jack London State Historic Park .
“We have been dreaming about producing A Chorus Line for a decade,” said Amy Miller, artistic Director of Transcendence Theatre Company. “This is a groundbreaking moment for our company and for this entire community that has supported Transcendence and helped make this dream a reality.”
Transcendence Theatre Company's 2019 “Broadway Under the Stars” season continues July 19 and July 20 with new musical revue productions of “Fantastical Family Night;” “Those Dancin' Feet,” Aug. 9 to 25; and “Gala Celebration,” Sept. 6, 7 and 8.
The “Broadway Under the Stars” experience includes pre-show picnicking at 5 p.m. in the park's sprawling vineyard and meadow. Audiences are invited to enjoy musical entertainment before the main performance with homemade picnics or gourmet picnics purchased at nearby stores. At the venue there are pre-show dining options with a variety of food from local gourmet food trucks and vendors and fine wine representing several Sonoma County wineries at each performance.
Season tickets are available with reduced savings when purchasing tickets for at least two “Broadway Under the Stars” shows with options of general, premium and VIP tickets from $39.99 to $142.99. Single tickets are available with options of general, premium and VIP tickets from $45 to $145. Discounts also available with purchases of 10 or more tickets.
Reserve tickets by telephone at 877-424-1414 or online at BestNightEver.org.