Etna, CA, Saturday, September 22, 2006, Wit (http://www.wit.us) will perform in the play, "Dark Deeds at Swan's Place, or Never Trust a Tattooed Sailor!; Friday, September 22, 2006 at 6:00 PM - at the Montague Community Theatre (Dinner Theatre). Wit will perform as Captain Bermuda and Lieutenant Lorne Order.
“I will be portraying to characters, a villian and a hero” said Wit, "I look forward to the challenge".
The location was at :200 South 11th Street
Dark Deeds at Swan's Place, or Never Trust a Tattooed Sailor! (a Play) Advance Reservations were, discount $3/person $25 person/$22 in advance Rotary Club of Scott Valley PO Box 129, Fort Jones, CA 96032 Call (530) 467-5346 for Tickets Or E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
All Proceeds Benefit Community Projects.
Composer, singer-songwriter, author, actor, poet- Wit is an artist who incorporates his musical influences of rock, classical, and new age with a zen style of poetic lyrics.
Nicknamed, “The Observer”, one cannot box Wit into one category. Wit plays many instruments and styles, he enjoys singing rock the most. Wit’s vocal style ranges from overtone singing, classical, jazz, pop, and rock.
Wit is known for his song, "The President".
In addition to writing and performing rock, Wit is the author of, "Secrets to the Universe ". His thought-provoking (sometimes controversial) observations of the Universe, which he transfers into poetry, inspirational thought, and lyrics, inspire his fans to a newfound enjoyment for life as well as discovery. Wit is creating a new art (Zen Rock). With this synergy of disciplines that is thought provoking and complex he is leaving his imprint on American Music.
About The Montague Balloon fair
The Montague Balloon fair is an annual event that attracts pilots and crews, fun-seekers and nature enthusiasts from all over the United States. They're in the beautiful Shasta Valley, which spreads out in front of the north face of majestic Mt. Shasta - the beautiful mountain that appears in the header of this page. For More information go to
About the Rotary Club of Scott Valley
The Rotary Club of Scott Valley
(Fort Jones, CA, State of Jefferson, USA).
Chartered on February 9th 1988, we are a small club, less than 30 Rotarians, working with youth, helping our community and playing an active part in International and World Community Service. For More information go to
About the Scott Valley Theatre Company (SVTC)
The Scott Valley Theatre Company (SVTC) was formed in 1980. The Company took over custodianship of the Avery Memorial Theatre and is the driving force in converting it to a performing arts center by sponsoring fundraisers, producing plays, and promoting the arts to help finance the conversion.
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