See What's Going on at Napa Valley Performing Arts Center at Lincoln Theater this December

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See What's Going on at Napa Valley Performing Arts Center at Lincoln Theater this December!

Thu 12/1 The Space Between Us - Advance Screening supporting Lincoln Theater and Roots of Peace
Starring Gary Oldman, Asa Butterfield, Carla Gugino, and Britt Robertson
(7pm) This is now a FREE event for the community

In this interplanetary adventure, a space shuttle embarks on the first mission to colonize Mars, only to discover after takeoff that one of the astronauts is pregnant. Shortly after landing, she dies from complications while giving birth to the first human born on the red planet - never revealing who the father is. Thus begins the extraordinary life of Gardner Elliot - an inquisitive, highly intelligent boy who reaches the age of 16 having only met 14 people in his very unconventional upbringing. When he finally gets a chance to go to Earth, he's eager to experience all of the wonders he could only read about on Mars - from the most simple to the extraordinary. Following the screening is a Q&A with co-writer/producer Richard B. Lewis.

Sat 12/3 Mariachi Los Camperos (7p)($25-85) Tix reservations:
For more than 50 years, the Grammy award winning ensemble celebrates the rich vocal tradition of Mexico with a lively program featuring the country's most beloved songs. The concert explores the works of Mexico's many internationally renowned songwriters, highlighting the exquisite voices within Mariachi Los Camperos. VIP ticket includes Post-concert Meet and Greet and premier seating.

Mon 12/5 USAF Band of the Golden West Holiday Concert (7p) FREE Limit 6 per order. Tix reservations:
Celebrate the sounds of the season with The United States Air Force Band of the Golden West Concert Band. Led by Commander and Conductor, Captain Dustin Doyle, this acclaimed 50-piece ensemble from Travis AFB will deck the hall with familiar and classic melodies guaranteed to get you into the holiday spirit.
Don't miss this outstanding night of family holiday entertainment!

Sat 12/10 Voices of The Season...on Broadway with Voena (4p)($25) Tix reservations:
VOENA brings to the stage "Voices of The Season...on Broadway" with original arrangements of famous Broadway holiday songs, as well as unique cultural songs. Experience The Phantom of the Opera celebrating their 30th Anniversary, The Sound of Music, The Lion King, and more. Meet the many VOENA faces and excite your senses with fresh renditions of White Christmas, The Phantom of the Opera, He Lives in You, Mary Did You Know, and other enchanting favorites. Celebrate this holiday season with VOENA.

Sun 12/11 Holidays in Vienna (3p)($30-55) Tix reservations:
Symphony Napa Valley lights up with a special holiday program that will transport you to the glorious sounds of Vienna and Old Europe, with seasonal works by Strauss, Tchaikovsky, Handel and others. The program will include music from the Nutcracker, Messiah, Blue Danube, as well as traditional carols to fill you with holiday cheer. So don your festive attire and come join Maestro Guttman, Symphony Napa Valley and choir in a sing-along of the Hallelujah Chorus!

Sun 12/17 The Nutcracker (2p)($25-35) Tix reservations:

Sun 12/17 The Nutcracker (7p)($25-35) Tix reservations:

Sun 12/18 The Nutcracker (2p)($25-35) Tix reservations:
It is with great pleasure that we announce Napa Regional Dance Company's 16th Annual production of the Nutcracker. Please join us as we bring the full magic of this beloved holiday tradition to life for audiences of all ages.

Thu 1/5/17 Harold Pinter's The Lover; Presented by The Valley Players at the Lincoln Theater (7-8p)($20)

Tix reservations:
The Lover is a quirky, tense, intriguing one-act by Harold Pinter that examines the private intricacies of modern marriage. To all outward appearances, Sarah and Richard are a respectable, conventional suburban couple. Behind closed doors, however, the couple enjoys a surprising and intriguing arrangement: every day, while Richard is at work, Sarah's lover comes to the house. Richard, meanwhile, frequents a prostitute in the city. Yet, the two speak openly to one another of their extramarital affairs without jealousy, judgment, or anger. As we learn more about Sarah and Richard's affairs, we see how a modern married couple has found an unconventional way to cope with extramarital temptation. Like any of Pinter's works, this one-act contains the laughs, tears, and tensions that arise from the social intricacies of modern life.

Sat 1/28/17 12th Annual A Cappella Extravaganza (7p)($30) Tix reservations:
For the 12th consecutive year, Napa High School's a cappella group, Vocal Music Workshop, is proud to host the ever popular, high-energy concert, the "A CAPPELLA EXTRAVAGANZA!" This concert boasts a one-of-a-kind lineup of high school and collegiate professional groups. Recent Napa High alumni Eddie Ruane, Jeff Hanton, Liv Macler, Jeremy Raven and Annie Budash are "coming home" to perform as members of their respective groups: "Deviant Voices" from UCLA, "That's the Key" from Cal Poly SLO, the "Stanford Fleet Street Singers" and the "Redlands Rhapsodies."

Headlining this year's concert are NBC's the Sing-Off favorites VoicePlay. Original. Imaginative. Ridiculous. Origimagidiculous.
*Please note added show date*

Thu 3/9/17 Lunafest (6:15p-Reception/7:00p-Film begins)($50) Tix reservations:
THE LUNAFEST STORY-Connecting Women Through Film
Established in 2000 by LUNA, the makers of the Whole Nutrition Bar for Women, LUNAFEST connects women, their stories and their causes through film. This traveling film festival spotlights the work of a diverse array of talented women filmmakers with intelligent, funny and thought-provoking themes. Soroptimist St. HeleNa Sunrise is hosting their 8th LUNAFEST Napa Valley event and includes 9 films by, for, about women.
100 percent of all net proceeds are donated to charities who are all working together to improve the lives of women & girls. Beneficiaries of this event are the Breast Cancer Fund, Soroptimist St. HeleNa Sunrise, Girls on the Run Napa & Solano and NEWS (Domestic Violence & Sexual Abuse Services).

Sat 4/8/17 Symphony Gala and Concert (5p)($35-125) Tix reservations:
More details on the program to come. Special VIP Gala Dinner available following the show.

Thu 5/4/17 Nonsense and Verse (7p)($20-30) Tix reservations:
Get ready for a crowd pleasing one-man show, a genuine tour deforce as Dan Goodman, celebrated showman and five-star author of pun and wit, treats his audience to an eclectic menu of delectable gibberish, brisk musical numbers, satirical reflections, stunning visuals and gripping recitation.

Sat 6/24/17 Willie K: A Fundraiser for The Lest We Forget Foundation (7p)($35-58) Tix reservations:
Willie K - that's "K" for Kahaialii - is, in the words of the Honolulu Weekly, "an amazing guitar virtuoso, a Hawaiian Jimi Hendrix; he's Gabby Pahinui, Andres Segovia, and Eddie Van Halen rolled into one. Willie can mimic seemingly any style, moving easily between screaming Stratocaster, sweet slack key, and jazzy, almost baroque, acoustic 12-string." Besides being a guitar wizard, he also sings and writes gorgeous originals, from rocking blues to tender ballads in the traditional Hawaiian style. Since releasing his debut album in 1992, he has won more than a dozen, Na Hoku Hanohano awards, the Hawaiian equivalent of the Grammy.

The Lest We Forget Foundation's primary goal is to render assistance to those local combat Veterans who need a helping hand during the stressful adjustment and return to civilian life process. Returning Combat Veterans from Vietnam and Korea can tell you firsthand how hard it is to resume your civilian lifestyle and assume a peacetime protocol without experiencing some stressful moments in the process. Unfortunately todays returning Veterans face daunting issues such as gainful employment, long delays and questionable treatment from the Veterans Administration coupled with an apathetic American public that really does not care that you went oversees in the service of your county. The Lest We Forget Foundation was founded by combat veterans who have experienced the same public apathy and (at times) outright hostility upon their return home. We want the latest returning combat veterans to know that somebody has 'your back' and that the majority of Americans appreciate your personal sacrifice.

Sun 6/25/17 Mostly Mozart (3p)($30-55) Tix reservations:
Napa's own Favorite Soprano, Marnie Breckenridge, returns to Symphony Napa Valley to close the season with a concert devoted to the masterworks of the world's most perfect composer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Come hear arias from his greatest operas including Le Nozze di Figaro and Idomeneo, as well as the immortal Eine Kleine Nachtmusik and the Symphony No. 25 in G Minor, widely known as the opening music in Miloš Forman's film Amadeus. Maestro Michael Guttman rounds out the program with the beautiful Adagio and Rondo for violin and orchestra, where he doubles as soloist and conductor.

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