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Arts in April

Arts in April at ACNV is our an annual, month-long proclamation and call for celebration of the arts and cultural community in Napa County. The vision for Arts in April is to foster the unique, identifiable sense of place through locally produced and presented arts and culture programs and events. Each April is a month to highlight creative talent, inspire and engage locals, and enrich the visitor’s experience of authentic Napa County culture.

To be featured on our Arts in April events calendar, all you need to do is go to our Creative Directory and submit an event, then that event will appear on both the Creative Directory & Arts in April event calendars.

To be featured on our April monthly newsletter, please email info@artscouncilnv with a link to your Creative Directory event posting before 3/23/2020 for review.

The Pull by Lorraine Midanik

Presented by Valley Players at Napa Valley Performing Arts Center at Lincoln Thea..., Yountville

April 19, 2020

To celebrate the Arts Council Napa Valley’s annual Arts in April event and as part of the Bay Area Women’s Theatre Festival, Valley Players is holding a workshop of this new play with Bay Area playwright Lorraine Midanik. After the workshop, we’ll be presenting the new work as a staged reading on April 19 of 2020 with reception and talk-back immediately following at the Napa Valley Performing Arts Center at Lincoln Theater in Yountville.

College sweethearts, Bernie and Michael, meet...

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To celebrate the Arts Council Napa Valley’s annual Arts in April event and as part of the Bay Area Women’s Theatre Festival, Valley Players is holding a workshop of this new play with Bay Area playwright Lorraine Midanik. After the workshop, we’ll be presenting the new work as a staged reading on April 19 of 2020 with reception and talk-back immediately following at the Napa Valley Performing Arts Center at Lincoln Theater in Yountville.

College sweethearts, Bernie and Michael, meet again after many years at a 50th Anniversary party for mutual friends. The old flame is still there, but the two hopelessly fall into the same destructive interactions that ultimately ended their relationship many years before. What would have happened if they had stayed together? Can the passage of time allow them to shed their old defenses and finally realize the beauty of their relationship?

Join us in celebrating women in theatre and helping to create new works!

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Dates & times

Sun, Apr 19 @ 2:00 pm

Admission

Tickets can be purchased: ~ Online at https://lincolntheater.com/vbo/?page=selectevent&eid=42194&edid=0 (online purchasing fees apply) ~ By calling the box office at 707-944-9900 ~ By visiting the box office (100 California Drive, Yountville) Tuesday through Saturday from 11am to 3pm ~ At the door beginning one hour before show time.

707-944-9900

valley-players@majico.com

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