A musical celebration of Sonoma

A musically theatrical event celebrating our beloved Sonoma community through song and dance. With a mosaic of musical styles ranging from Broadway’s Oklahoma!, Hair and Beauty and the Beast, to Top 40 artists like Sara Bareilles and the Beatles, it’s a perfect way to welcome summer with songs like “I Can See Clearly Now,” “Here Comes the Sun,” and more!

SUMMERTIME! is conceived and directed by Transcendence Theatre Company’s artistic director, Tony Gonzalez, alongside Monica Kapoor (Bombay DreamsMamma Mia!, “Smash”) as associate director and choreographer, and Matt Smart as musical director.

Sunday, June 23, is $5 Family Night! Learn more on our Community Nights Page.


About Broadway in Sonoma

Transcendence will host four weekends of Broadway musical revues in the Field of Dreams this summer! Each show will highlight unique musical styles and performances ranging from Broadway and the American song catalog to pop and rock hits, R&B, and more. Featuring Broadway performers from such acclaimed musicals as Hamilton, Wicked, and Les Misérables. Arrive early to enjoy dinner, shopping, and world-class wine tasting before the show around the historic Sonoma Plaza, then catch stunning shows under the Wine Country stars.

Things to Know
  • June 20-23, 2024
  • Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
  • Sonoma Field of Dreams
  • 5:30PM – Gold Lounge opens to Gold level tickets
  • 6:30PM – Venue opens to all other ticket levels
  • 7:30PM – Showtime
  • Ticket Info
  • Plan Your Visit
  • View the Program


Director Tony Gonzalez

Music Director / Arranger Matt Smart

Associate Director / Choreographer Monica Kapoor

Nonprofit Partner

Nonprofit Partner

Transcendence is proud to partner with The Sonoma County Black Therapy Fund (administered by Sonoma County Black Forum) for Summertime!. The Sonoma County Black Therapy Fund is administered by Sonoma County Black Forum in partnership with NAACP, Petaluma Blacks for Community Development, Eartheed, Farm To Pantry, North Bay Black Chamber of Commerce, and La Plaza, and is working to improve mental health services for Black residents of Sonoma County of all ages. Watch to learn more.

5% of wine sales from the show’s run will be donated to The Sonoma County Black Therapy Fund to support their important work in the community.