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Spreckels Performing Arts Center announces its 31st season with a free party!

February 21, 2020

Spreckels Performing Arts Center is throwing a 30th birthday party and celebrating its past seasons of theatrical excellence on March 8, at 7 p.m., this free event features concert-style songs from Spreckels’ past seasons with a look forward at the upcoming 2020/21 season of plays. 

Performers include North Bay luminaries Daniela Innocenti Beam (Songs for A New World), Sarah Wintermeyer (Peter Pan), Andrew Smith and Mave Smith (A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder), Denise Elia-Yen (Urinetown) F. James Raasch (South Pacific), Kirstin Pieschke (South Pacific) and Ariana LaMark (Urinetown). Also sharing their talents on this special night are three members of the Spreckels Youth Ensemble: Madison Griego (Urinetown), Elisabeth Petro (The Tailor of Gloucester) and Mario Herrera (The Addams Family). All singers will be accompanied by musician extraordinaire, Lucas Sherman (Urinetown).

There will be no-host concessions, beer, and wine, all available for purchase. Raffle tickets will be available to purchase. Dessert will be provided by Your Sweet Expectations Bakery.

Donations will be happily accepted throughout the free evening. Box Office: No reservation is needed for this show. But if there are any questions, contact the box office at: (707) 588-3400. 

Hours: Wed. - Sat., noon to 5 p.m., and one hour before the show.