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Happy June everyone! We’re starting off this month with some great entertainment. First up is the brand new California Stage Theater Camp for Teens, headed by our very own host, Ray Tatar. Second, we have author Danna Wilberg on to talk about her new book “The Grey Door”.

 

California Stage is a non-profit partnered theater company dedicated to encouraging arts created by Californian artists.

 

Their vision informs their choices through their literary, social activist and multicultural points of view. Their work sets them apart from most other local theaters, in that they strive to “present high quality work that explores issues of importance to Californians.” In doing a revival, it must have topical significance and or present an artistic challenge to their artists.

 

 

For more info on California Stage:

www.calstage.org

 

Dänna Wilberg is a multi-award-winning, short-film maker who produces and hosts two local TV programs in Sacramento, California. PARANORMAL CONNECTION covers topics such as communicating with the spirit world, UFOs, astral projection, remote viewing, self-healing, past lives, astrology, spirit guides, tarot cards and alternative health. STORY CONNECTION focuses on the “story” behind the story and includes interviews from a variety of artists and ordinary people doing extraordinary things.

 

Dänna has been writing romantic suspense and paranormal fiction for more than ten years. Her novel, The Red Chair is the first release in her trilogy, published by Pretty Road Press. The Grey Door and The Black Dress are scheduled for release in 2015. Dänna weaves messages from the universe in her story telling and attributes her success to hard work and a persistent muse.

 

For more info on the Grey Door:

www.greydoorthebook.com

 

Join us and tune in to LiveWire! at 5 p.m.  Wednesday, June 3rd on Access Sacramento channel 17. You can also watch the simulcast online the same time it airs at www.AccessSacramento.org and click ‘watch 17’. The encore presentation airs the following Thursday at 7:30 p.m.