Dear Friends,

We invite you to attend the inaugural season of Napa Valley Summer Musicals at Lincoln Theater on the beautiful grounds of the Veterans Home of California in Yountville. For four weeks, August 11th through September 4th, Lincoln Theater, in association with Reinis-Friedson Productions, will be presenting three exciting and critically acclaimed shows.

The $20 million renovation of our theater over the past four years has converted this performing arts center into a magnificent new venue with first class sound, lighting and acoustics. The audience facilities have also changed out of all recognition to those who knew the theater before its rebuilding.

Since the theater’s completion earlier this year, the Napa Valley community has been waiting eagerly to see what we’ve planned for our opening summer season. Subscribe Now and you won’t be disappointed while saving 20% off the Single Ticket Price!

Neil Berg’s 100 Years of Broadway recreates the finest theatrical moments from the best musicals of the last century. 100 Years of Broadway features the actual performers from Broadway who appeared in Phantom of the Opera, Les Miserables, Cats, Jesus Christ Superstar, and Jekyll and Hyde, supported by an All Star New York band. These fabulous performers light up the stage, August 11 to 14 with the most popular songs from the hit shows they starred in.

His Way: A Tribute To The Man And His Music, created and performed by Ron Hawking, will be our second summer presentation. This long-running hit in Chicago was so successful that NBC Studios built a special theater in the NBC Tower to house the show throughout the year. The Chicago Tribune describes it as “the hit of a lifetime, a sublime tribute to Frank Sinatra and his pals!” Paul Harvey of ABC Radio calls the show “a sellout smash and a critical triumph!” Ron Hawking and the His Way Orchestra will have you jumping out of your seat from August 18 to 21.

Napa audiences need no introduction to Ennio, our third summer show. When Ennio appeared in the Valley two years ago, people came back two and three times to see him in a virtually sold-out run. Since then, Ennio has introduced many new characters with new music, but the basic idea is the same. In one wild, hilarious evening Ennio, becomes, before our eyes, a bewildering sequence of celebrity figures, from Dolly Parton to Barbra Streisand and even the Three Tenors plus up to a hundred others. Impossible to describe in a way which does justice to his amazing versatility, talent and energy, our only advice is to come to Lincoln Theater for this incomparable experience, August 25 to September 4th.

Come and see all three shows and save! Looking forward to seeing you at Lincoln Theater.


Michael Savage
Executive Director