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By Melanie Marnich
Directed by Jennifer King
Dot Di Prima, a seventeen year-old girl living a wonderfully safe life, is diagnosed with a genetic disease which will result in blindness. Through the loving guidance of those around her, Dot develops a new kind of vision which allows her to experience the world with greater depth and clarity. Funny and uplifting, Dot's journey is not to be missed.
By Irving Berlin
Directed by Richard Rossi
She is a shooter, a hunter and raising her siblings selling the game she kills. Annie Oakley is soon discovered by Col. Buffalo Bill as a sharpshooter, and is entered into a shooting match against Frank Butler, the womanizing star of a Wild West Show. She finds herself falling in love with Frank, but bruises his ego in stealing the limelight. Annie learns many lessons during her time in the show, including “You Can’t Get a Man With a Gun”, “Anything You Can Do, I Can Do Better” and “There’s No Business Like Show Business”.
By Octavio Solis
Napa Valley College Chorale & Orchestra
Mozart’s last masterwork, completed by Süssmayr performed by Napa Valley College Orchestra and Chorale in their annual collaboration.
North Bay Wind Ensemble
Directed by Harry Cadelago
The powerfully resonant North Bay Wind Ensemble, under the direction of Harry Cadelago, will present the traditional and contemporary repertoire in this performance.
It’s a final! No, it’s a concert! No, it’s a final! No, it’s a concert! Join the vocal department students as they demonstrate their accumulated performance skills for this year.
Napa Valley College Orchestra
Directed by Harry Cadelago
The strings of the Napa Valley College Orchestra convey their passionate interpretation of the classics. Directed by Harry Cadelago.
Please join the piano students in this concert as they perform piano repertoire of all genres in this end-of-year recital.
All shows are at the Performing Arts Center, Napa Valley College, located at 2277 Napa-Vallejo Hwy, Napa
To Buy Tickets
By phone: 707-256-7500 (leave a message and you will be called back)
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In person: Tickets are on sale in the box office one hour prior to performance. Walk-up tickets are not guaranteed as shows do sell out! Pre-purchasing by phone or online is highly recommended.
Musical Production Ticket Prices
Seniors (60+), Students and Military: $20
Seniors (60+), Students and Military: $10
Masters Series Events
Seniors (60+), Students and Military: $15
For group rates, please call our box office at 707-256-7500
Out of respect for all our patrons and performers, Napa Valley College Performing Arts events begin on time. Late seating is at the discretion of the house manager and will be permitted only at a safe and appropriate time once the performance has begun. Latecomers might not be seated in their reserved seats, but in seats where they will not disturb other patrons. If you do not arrive on time, and you do not notify us that you are running late, we reserve the right to release your tickets.
There are no refunds on tickets purchased from Napa Valley College. With 24 hours’ notice, tickets may be exchanged for another performance of the same show. Tickets may not be exchanged from one show to another.
Wheelchairs We have full wheelchair access. Please call the box office to arrange for wheelchair seating.
We do have assisted listening devices available. They are most beneficial in the Main Theater. The Studio Theater and Silvagni Recital Hall are intimate and the devices are not necessary in those acoustic spaces. Please ask for the device when you order by phone or when you pick up your tickets at the box office.
If you plan to bring a sign language interpreter to the show (we do not have interpreters available) please let the box office know at least 48 hours in advance so we may be certain to have adequate lighting and seating for you and your interpreter.
No animals are allowed on campus, with the exception of service dogs with identification.
Purchase season and single tickets to any event this season.