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Transcendence Theatre Company's BROADWAY UNDER THE STARS Kicks Off 6/19; Lineup Set!

Transcendence Theatre Company, producer of the Broadway Under the Stars in Jack London State Historic Park concert series, announced the company of artists who will appear during the 2015 series of shows running June 19 through September 13. From June through September on select weekends, visitors to Sonoma County can conclude a day of wine tasting by attending Broadway Under the Stars, the main stage musical concert series presented by Transcendence Theatre Company in the open-air Winery Ruins of Jack London State Historic Park.

Transcendence's Broadway Under the Stars is an award-winning series of Broadway-inspired concerts featuring performers from Hollywood and New York - artists who come to the Sonoma stage directly from recent Broadway appearances. More than a standard musical revue, each concert weaves popular Broadway songs into a spectacular themed performance.

The company's featured performers have appeared on Broadway in shows such as The Book of Mormon, Mamma Mia, Les Miserables, Chicago, La Cage Aux Follies, Gypsy, Hairspray, Follies, 42nd Street, White Christmas, Million-Dollar Quartet, Mary Poppins among others.

All of the artists appearing in the Broadway Under the Stars shows have significant professional theater credits. A few members of the company stand out with particular recognition including Lexy Fridell, a hometown favorite having grown up in Sonoma and the daughter of Squire Fridell; Nicolas Dromard who returns for his fourth season with Transcendence Theatre Company and is well known to Bay Area audiences for his portrayal of Fiyero in the San Francisco production of Wicked; David Gordon who performs this season's theme song; Evan Ruggierio, the one-legged tap dancer seen at last year's Gala and who moved millions of people with his knockout performance and inspiring story when he appeared on Ellen DeGeneres' TV show.

The complete 2015 company of artists scheduled to appear include: Alicia Albright, Eric B. Anthony, Scott Barnhardt, Molly Booth, Stephanie Cadman, Danny Calvert, Meggie Cansler, Celeste Soo Wei Chaim-Tomaszewski, Jessica Lee Coffman, Julie Craig, Nick Dalton, Desireé Davar, Nicolas Dromard, Kurt Domoney, Jennifer Farmer, Luis Figueroa, Lexy Fridell, Tony Gonzolez, David R. Gordon, Casey Hebbel, Reesa Ishiyama, Eric Jackson, Morgan Karr, Ryan Kasprzak, Randi Kaye, Joey Khoury, Liz Kimball, Mike Kirsch, Amanda Lehman, Erik Liberman, Michael Mahaney, Erin Maguire, Nicole Mangi, Carrie Manolakos, Courtney Markowitz, Victoria Matlock, Victor Mazzone, Colin Campbell McAdoo, Leslie McDonel, Devin McNichol, Amy Miller, Jaclyn Miller, Shannon O'Bryan, Tinuke Oyefule, Robert Petarca, Kristin Piro, Will Reynolds, Wendy Rosoff, Evan Ruggerio, Gabrielle Ruiz, Keri Safran, Valerie Salgado, Sheri Sanders, James D. Sassar, Libby Servais, Elise Sievert, Q. Smith, Leah Sprecher, Stephan Stubbins, Brad Surosky, Brooke Tansley, Rachel Louise Thomas, Katherine Weber and Christopher Youngsman.

Transcendence's "Broadway Under the Stars" 2015 season shows:

Oh What A Night - June 19-21, 26-28, July 2 & 3

Fantastical Family Night - July 17 and 18

Rhythm of Life - August 7, 8, 14-16, 21-23

Gala Celebration Concert - September 11-13

Shows at Jack London State Historic Park, (2400 London Ranch Road in Glen Ellen) begin with a pre-show picnic at 5:00 p.m., featuring food and wine for sale from various Sonoma vendors, followed by the performance at 7:30 p.m. Tickets to Broadway Under the Stars shows range from $42 to $129. Group tickets are available at a special discount for individuals and organizations. Contact the box office for more details at (877) 424-1414. A portion of every ticket sold will benefit Jack London State Historic Park. For more information about Transcendence Theatre Company's 2015 season and to purchase tickets for the concerts this summer, please visit or call the box office at 877-424-1414.

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