Prelite 12 Pamaron Way, Novato, CA94949 Prelite provides marketing clients a studio space in which to produce their shows or advertising campaigns. For details…More on the services offered, or to schedule an appointment, call the studio. A selected client list is available on the website.
Dick Newton, Magician 9 Maria Loretto Ct, Novato, CA94949 Billed as the "least annoying magician" out there, Dick Newton has dazzled many Bay Area party goers with his illusions.…More Newton appears regularly at magic conventions both in America and abroad. He has been featured on<i> Entertainment Tonight.</i> Newton is available for birthday parties and magic shows as well as corporate or private events.
Grand Slam Mobile DJ & Karaoke Rental 911 Diablo Ave, Novato, CA94947 Grand Slam Mobile DJ & Karaoke Rental has been offering music entertainment to events for over 30 years. It has…More experience with a number of different types of events including: weddings, bar/batmitzvahs, corporate events, private parties, school and college events and karaoke parties.
Alchemia is a nonprofit organization operating out of a classroom behind the Living Word Chapel and Korean Baptist…More Church of Novato near the intersection of Novato Boulevard and Wilson Avenue.</p>
<p>The organization supports a group of students with different abilities, and its work focuses on visual arts and performing arts. Alchemia puts on occasional art exhibitions, organizes the Alchemia Store to sell its arts and crafts and also stages theatrical performances.</p>
<p>To learn more about its services, students or staff, please visit its website. </p>
Jem Graphics 74 Digital Dr, Novato, CA94949 Jem Graphics is a professional multi-media studio that offers video production and photographic services. It has…More state-of-the-art HD equipment that is used to create videos for its corporate clients. It also performs advertising photography that is integrated with Web sites and published materials.
The Novato Theater Company, a fixture for more than 90 years under various names, settled into a new home in 2006…More after several years of bouncing around from venue to venue, but it is hunting for a home again as of summer 2012.</p>
<p>And as it seeks a permanent venue, it is refering to itself as NTC to differentiate it from the effort to renovate the long-closed Novato Theater on Grant Avenue. Community theater company is unrelated to the nonprofit seeking to fix up and reopen the old movie house. </p>
<p>NTC spent decades putting on shows at the venerable Novato Community House (built in 1924), but it was red-tagged by a fire marshal in 2004 for not being up to code. Rendered homeless, the troupe eventually struck a temporary deal with the owners of the Pacheco Plaza shopping center in Ignacio and entered into an updated contract in 2009. As of July 2012, the company moved out of the playhouse and is seeking a new home base, even looking outside of Novato. The shows go on, however, with several planned for a temporary location in San Rafael in fall 2012.</p>
<p>The group, which changed its name from the Novato Community Players in 2004, puts on top-quality shows with talent from the North Bay and beyond. It has a seven-member board of directors and dozens of regular performers, sponsors and annual subscribers. Each season has at least four plays or musicals that run for several weeks at a time, and other events are regularly held at the theater.</p>
<p>Check <a href="http://novatotheatercompany.org">the company's website</a> for a schedule of shows.</p>
Marin School of the Arts 625 Arthur St, Novato, CA94947 Part of Novato High School, Marin School of the Arts emphasizes special programs for visual arts, performing arts,…More digital and graphic arts, creative writing and music. The concept is to have a public school option for students all over Marin County who want more than the standard arts curriculum available at other schools. There are approximately 350 students at MSA, some of whom live outside of Novato. In the morning they attend regular Novato High classes, and in the afternoon they are instructed by eight teachers and a team of working arts professionals. In 2008, the 45 MSA seniors received $1.7 million in scholarships. Mark Peabody created the school's concept, wrote and secured a state grant, and became the founder of the 501c nonprofit that led to the creation of MSA. He remains the school's director and an assistant principal at Novato High. Peabody is a former Marin County Teacher of the Year who attended the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, specializing in bass. Students interested in attending MSA and their parents can take a guided tour of the campus, led by staff members and parent volunteers. Prospects must audition for an MSA program or present a portfolio of their work, then be interviewed by the MSA faculty and write an essay on deadline. Enrollment is free, but parents are expected to become active boosters to support the non-profit school.