Saturday, March 26 | 7:00PM
Festival Napa Valley joins with Napa Valley College (NVC) Performing Arts Department of Music to co-present Musicals Go To the Movies, a musical theater revue starring acclaimed Broadway performer Ryan Silverman in a special performance alongside Napa Valley College music students.
With noted Broadway choreographer Kim Craven, Silverman is Festival Napa Valley’s featured artist/educator in residence this spring, working with NVC students in a week-long intensive workshop as part of a college credit musical theater class led by Napa Valley College Coordinator of Music and Director of Vocal Studies, Dr. Christina Howell.
Tonight’s performance at the NVC Performing Arts Center is a culmination of that workshop and features movie musical favorites “Moon River” from Breakfast at Tiffany’s, “Y’a Got Trouble” from The Music Man, “Everybody Rejoice” from The Wiz, “Come Alive” from The Greatest Showman, “Your Song” from Moulin Rouge, “Gee, Officer Krupke” from West Side Story, and “I’ve Got Rhythm” from An American in Paris.
Tickets (Adults $15, Seniors $10, Students with ID - $0) on sale through the Napa Valley College Performing Arts box office, 707-256-7500.
Please Note: Performance takes place indoors in the Main Theater and will follow all Napa County and Napa Valley College masking and vaccination requirements in place at the time of the performance.
Napa Valley College Performing Arts Center
Napa Valley College Performing Arts Center is dedicated to theater and music instruction and performance. It offers professional quality theater in a college setting, featuring a five-show season as well as acting, music and production courses led by industry professionals. It is the official home of Festival Napa Valley's Blackburn Music Academy.