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'All Together Now' at Napa Valley College

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All Together Now Rehearsal

Kharolynn Pasqual-Smith, community member, and Emma Sutherland and Brenda Cooper, NVC Students, rehearse “Spread the Love Around” from “Sister Act.”          

 Napa Valley College (NVC) Performing Arts presents “All Together Now!” a global event celebrating local theater both live in the NVC Performing Arts Center main theater and simultaneously live streamed on Saturday, Nov. 13 at 7 p.m. and Sunday, Nov. 14 at 2 p.m.

Music Theatre International (MTI) created “All Together Now!” as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Theaters from around the world will perform an musical revue featuring songs from MTI shows while raising much needed funds to recover from full shutdowns during the pandemic.

More than 3,800 theatre companies around the world will be performing the show on the same weekend in November.

Napa Valley College’s production will feature 15 musical performances including “Pure Imagination” from “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”; "She Used To Be Mine" from "Waitress"; “Spread the Love Around” from “Sister Act”; "Tomorrow" from "Annie"; “Take A Chance on Me” from “Mamma Mia!”; “Supercalifragilistic” from “Mary Poppins”; “Let It Go” from “Frozen”; and “You Can’t Stop the Beat” from “Hairspray.”

The cast includes NVC students, alumni and community members, including Jayson Adkins, Jonathen Blue, Colleen Clark, Toni Chiappetta, Thomas DeAngelis, Bright Eastman, Meghan Goleno, Andres Manzanero, Tessa Mello, Anthony Munoz, Kharolynn Pasqual-Smith, Felizia Rubio, Vienna Spezza, Billy Stice, Emma Sutherland, Sylvia Vargas and Noelle Waren.

The production is directed and choreographed by Olivia Cowell, NVC Theater Arts adjunct instructor and features musical direction by Dr. Christina Howell, NVC instructor and music coordinator.

Tickets for “All together Now,” both the in-person performance and the virtual simulcast, are pay-what-you-can, with proceeds supporting future productions. Visit

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