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Dreaming about a San Diego Summer Vacation?
Jun 20
Make it a reality with Southern California CityPASS® and save $122 per adult and $142 per child visiting the most well-known theme parks in the area - PLUS get three days at Disneyland®. What’s included:
A 3-Day Park Hopper Ticket for Disneyland® and Disney California Adventure® plus a Magic Morning for Disneyland®: See the all-new World of Color, meet your favorite Disney characters, outrace the Abominable Snowman on Matterhorn Bobsleds, get a royal welcome from Anna and Elsa, and much, much more! Read more »

1-day admission to SeaWorld® San Diego: Connect with the sea like never before and learn about the plight of animals in the wild through SeaWorld's artful combination of education and entertainment. Feed and touch dolphins and bat rays, learn the difference between sea lions and seals, and get up close to beluga whales. Experience the thrill of the Manta® coaster, and take a 60-foot plunge on Journey to Atlantis®! Read more »

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Adult: $329 (value: $451)
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Southampton Inn Offers a Passport To The Hamptons
Jun 17
Located in the heart of Southampton, the Southampton Inn’s envious location offers guests a gateway to the best the Hamptons summer season has to offer this 2015. With 90 newly renovated guest rooms, on-site dining, outdoor recreation, and connections to all the most popular activities on the East End, the Southampton Inn is the ultimate destination for a weekend getaway or longer vacation stay.
At the resort, guests can partake of the Southampton Inn’s acres of lawn space that offers nooks to appeal to many interests. Private gardens are ideal for reading or quiet contemplation, while the all-weather tennis courts, heated 50-foot swimming pool, shuffleboard court, Ping Pong table or green spaces for croquet, volleyball, or badminton will appeal to athletes of all ability levels.
For dining options, visitors can enjoy a meal al fresco in one of the new outdoor lounge chairs in the pool area, or unwind over breakfast, lunch or dinner at the award-winning, on-site Café Oso that offers both patio seating as well as indoor dining options.

At the end of the day, guests can retire to their well-appointed guestrooms that include Tempur-Pedic mattresses, upscale linens, Gilchrist & Soames toiletries, complimentary Wi-Fi internet access, and flat-screen televisions with more than 100 channels, to rest up and prepare to experience new adventures tomorrow.

With an on-site, well-stocked game room, the Southampton Inn is welcoming to families and guests of all ages. Pets are also welcome (for an additional fee) in one of the Inn’s 18 specially designated pet-friendly guest rooms. AAA discounts plus mid-week specials make a stay at Southampton Inn both convenient and cost effective.

The property’s 6,000 square feet of flexible indoor meeting space, includes a newly renovated conference room and ballroom, on-site restaurant, and proximity to transportation to and from New York City also make the Southampton Inn an ideal location for corporate meetings, retreats and conferences as well as social gatherings. Day passes to the pool and tennis courts are also available for $100 which includes a $20 voucher to the Inn’s on-site Café Oso.

About Southampton Inn
Boasting several acres of manicured lawns and gardens in the heart of the Village of Southampton on Long Island’s stunning East End, Southampton Inn provides an idyllic, year-round escape for bustling city-dwellers. Winner of numerous awards, including “Best Breakfast,” “Best Hotel,” and “Best Wedding Location,” Southampton Inn is a warm and welcoming haven with an exemplary reputation that is richly deserved. Celebrate the art of pure relaxation, indulge in a romantic get-away, or enjoy precious time with the entire family – Southampton Inn has everything for the discerning traveler. With 90 well-appointed guestrooms, many of which were renovated this past winter, the Inn is located just steps away from the town’s fine dining restaurants, designer boutiques, art galleries, parks and museums, and a short drive from highly-rated Coopers Beach. The outdoor patio and ballroom were also renovated to ensure the Inn is the perfect home-away-from-home to explore the scenic Hamptons.

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Jul 01

Musician Tron Syversen has created a stunning series of albums that have led him to the forefront of the new age music field. His music serves as a sanctuary for relaxation, rejuvenation and well-being. His sound is characterized by his piano and keyboards backed by wordless vocalizing and occasionally other top classically-trained musicians on acoustic stringed instruments, woodwinds or horns. This acclaimed series continues with his Piano Meditations recording.

Based in Norway, Syversen is acknowledged as a pioneer in the Northern-European relaxation music community, but each year his music and influence has spread farther afield. Syversen’s last four CDs all soared into the Top 10 on the international monthly Hot 100 Zone Music Reporter Chart marking the albums as some of the most-played new age music recordings of those years. His music is known for being relaxing, healing, meditative, healthful, stress-reducing and peaceful. Deriving from meditative recording sessions in which Syversen improvises, the music ranges from ambient to melodic, but always beautiful.

Piano Meditations and other recordings by Tron Syversen are available from his website (tronmusic(dot)com),, and many other online CD and digital download sales sites as well as at many large retail stores along with music, gift and new age lifestyle shops throughout North America, Europe and Asia. His music has become extremely popular with holistic healers, massage therapists, spa managers, yoga teachers, reiki masters, doctors, school teachers and care-givers.

On his recordings, Syversen composes all of the music, plays piano and synthesizers, arranges and produces. He records in the professional studio he owns. He occasionally brings in select musicians to perform with him. He has worked with several different female and male vocalists on various albums. For Piano Meditations his primary singer is Helene Edler Lorentzen, whom he has been working with the past several years (she grew up singing in choirs, playing drums and singing in a pop music band, and performing at weddings and other events). In addition, the vocalist Siri McAlpine performs on one tune. On the piece “Inner Journey,” Syversen brought in top musicians to perform on violin, cello, flute, oboe, English horn, French horn and trombone (and Tron himself added trumpet).

On Piano Meditations there are four lengthy tunes, each featuring the sound of Tron’s melodic acoustic piano solos backed by a complimenting synthesizer sound. The female voices entwine around those instruments. The first three compositions -- “Ocean of Relaxation,” “A Peaceful Path to Forever” and “Golden Forest” -- were created at Syversen’s yellow wooden summer cottage which sits in the green wooded hills overlooking the deep-blue Oslo Fjord which stretches to the North Sea between Norway and Denmark. “The breathtaking vistas of Norway and the oceans and the rivers and the beautiful sunsets inspire me. When I am in my cabin by the sea, I love to look at the water, the boats and the surrounding tree-covered mountain landscape while I play and compose my music,” he explains. “Those three tracks were created in this environment. Movement therapist Boliana Thompson and clairvoyant medium Phil Phillips were there reading their spiritual meditations while I improvised on piano. So the music was inspired by the beauty of nature and the spiritual contemplations from these two people.”

“The last piece, ‘Inner Journey,’ was first improvised several years earlier on a Saturday morning when I came to my studio. A major-to-minor idea was churning in my mind. The music that poured out that day is so far the most remarkable musical experience I have had. It has never been so clear to me that I get help from a higher source when I compose music and improvise. I did the music in one take, but the theme just popped up many times in the improvisation. This has never happened before. Later I added the rest of the music -- keyboards parts, voice and other instruments. I scored the orchestration, created sheet music and brought the musicians into my studio one by one to record their parts.”

The inspiration for Syversen’s music comes from many different sources, not only nature and meditational speaking, but also poetry (such as Norwegian writer Merete Atne), paintings, and sacred places (such as the Italian monastery Abbazia di San Pietro where St. Francis of Assisi often visited in the 12th Century). “I believe artistic endeavors can inspire one another. For example, I like to write music while poetry is being recited. Another time I improvised a musical piece at my cabin while artist Anne-Elisabeth Lien was working on a painting so I like to think we inspired each other. I often let my heart and mind absorb the poetry or the painting, and then I sit at the piano and let the music flow out as I improvise, making sure my mind does not get in the way. Most of my music begins as improvisation and later becomes complete when I create the full arrangement in the studio,” he says.

“I had attended meditation training using the Silva Method some years ago, and one of the things I learned was to trust the ideas that came into my head. One of these ideas was to incorporate into my music a female human voice as an instrument. This has added another deep human dimension to my music. It is like recreating a primal experience -- the singing or humming that a most mothers do with their babies.”

According to Syversen, “My mother played the piano and I started playing at age seven. I also received early musical training in classical piano music at the local music school.” A few years later he began playing trumpet and joined the school’s band. As an adult Tron also played piano accompanying various choirs, and he performed with His Majesty the Kings Guards Band. “This was when I started arranging music and it was a great period of musical development for me.” Since then he has played trumpet with several big bands. Syversen’s musical influences include Rick Wakeman from Yes, Vangelis, Kitaro and the Irish-Norwegian duo Secret Garden. Later in life Syversen learned other important musical lessons such as jazz improvisation by studying with trumpeter and pianist Eckhard Baur. “I analyzed jazz tunes and found out how to move to other keys within a tune and I also discovered notes that could be used in melody lines in ways I did not consider possible before starting to play jazz.”

Syversen had a successful career as a businessman, but never gave up playing music. At one point he and his parents built a warehouse for business purposes. Syversen added a music studio on the top floor and began arranging and producing records for other artists in his spare time. By renting out part of the building, he made enough income so that he was able to begin concentrating on music fulltime. Syversen started composing his own music for meditation purposes and for a doctor who specializes in patients with pain problems. “I recorded some of my own music which I sent to the Fonix Musik record company in Denmark and they accepted it for release.” Soon Syversen started his own record company. Now Syversen has a catalog of successful recordings such as Piano Poems, Peaceful Journey, Gentle Moments, Inner Balance, Garden of Visions, Whispers of Assisi and Voices from Heaven (with healing-vocalist Runar Halonen). Syversen also has performed many concerts throughout Scandinavia and in the USA.

“When composing,” Syversen explains, “I use both my improvisational skills as a jazz pianist and my understanding about how music affects our mental and physical health. We often live with a lot of stress that includes appointments on our agendas as well as expectations from ourselves and others. I realized that there is a big demand for music that can relax the listeners both mentally and physically, so I keep that in mind as I choose melodies and create arrangements. I also want the music to be good for deep relaxation, meditation, sharp concentration or improved sleep. I always try to make music that is enjoyable to listen to but that also can be used for sound healing or in conjunction with other holistic therapies including massage, spa treatments or aromatherapy. To accomplish this, I just try to make the most beautiful and relaxing music that I can.”

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Carrollwood Players Theatre to present AMERICAN SONGBOOK patriotic musical
Jun 29
Tampa, FL – Carrollwood Players Theatre will present the rousing red, white and blue patriotic revue, AMERICAN SONGBOOK, on Saturday, July 4th at 3 pm and Sunday, July 5 at 3 pm in the new CWP Black Box Performance Space at Carrollwood Players, 4333 Gunn Highway, Tampa, FL, 33618.

AMERICAN SONGBOOK features a cast of four talented singers performing patriotic music and songs that tell the American story and symbolize the American spirit. Ann Lehman and Nancy Fueyo, the developers of this all new revue, hope audiences will come partake in the classic American past time of celebrating our country's heritage and pride with music. The show features an uplifting and moving selection of traditional patriotic songs, Broadway show tunes, and some modern hits that speak to what America is all about.

This is the perfect show for the whole family, either before the fireworks on the 4th or the next day on the 5th. Tickets are only $10 and can be purchased in advance at or at the door if available. For more information, visit
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freeFall Theatre’s production of MAME begins performances July 11
Jun 18
ST. PETERSBURG, FL. (June 17, 2015)

Matthew McGee, Tampa Bay’s glamorous, madcap comic genius plays everyone’s favorite madcap aunt in the hilarious and heartwarming musical comedy which marks the end of freeFall’s 2014/15 season at the popular St. Petersburg venue. Lourelene Snedeker (Carbonell Winner) stars as Mame's friend and rival, Vera Charles, in the freeFall mounting, which runs through August 9. Featuring direction by freeFall Artistic Director Eric Davis and choreography by Shain Stroff, the cast also includes Lulu Picart (Lucille Lortel Nominee – DISENCHANTED) as Agnes Gooch and Patrick Ryan Sullivan (Broadway’s BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, FORTY SECOND STREET) as Beauregard Jackson Pickett Burnside. Other principal players include Mark Vincent Mansinlungan (Ito), William Garrabrant (Young Patrick), Nick Lerew (Patrick Dennis), John Lombardi (Dwight Babcock), Maya Naff (Pegeen Ryan), Shain Stroff (M. Lindsay Woolsey), David Michael Bevis (Junior Babcock) and a special appearance by Emilee Dupre (Broadway’s CHAPLIN, FIRST WIVES CLUB On Tour) as Gloria Upson.

Other members of MAME production team include: Michael Raabe (Musical Director), David M. Kovach (Costumes), Mike Wood (Lighting) Susan Haldeman (Wigs) and Greg Bierce (Sets).

MAME, based on Patrick Dennis' novel Auntie Mame, features a score by Jerry Herman and a book by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee. The original Broadway production opened in May 1966 at the Winter Garden Theatre with Angela Lansbury as Mame and Bea Arthur as her boozy friend Vera Charles. Both Lansbury and Arthur won Tony Awards for their work. A subsequent film version cast Lucille Ball as the vivacious Mame. The classic Herman score includes such tunes as If He Walked Into My Life, It's Today, Open a New Window, Mame, Bosom Buddies and We Need a Little Christmas.

Ticket prices range from $24 to $48. There are discounts for seniors, teachers, students and members of the military. Wednesday night performances at 7pm have been added through August 9. Order tickets NOW as select performances already have limited availability.

Group rates and information can be obtained by contacting Group Sales Department at 727-498-5205 X 7.

For more information and tickets visit or call (727) 498-5205.
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West Coast Players presents STANDING ON CEREMONY: The Gay Marriage Plays
May 28
The month of June is meant for weddings. From June 5 – 21, 2015, West Coast Players will present STANDING ON CEREMONY: The Gay Marriage Plays
by Mo Gaffney, Jordan Harrison, Moisés Kaufman, Neil LaBute, Wendy MacLeod, José Rivera, Paul Rudnick, and Doug Wright.

Conceived by Brian Shnipper.

Perhaps more than any other current controversy, same-sex marriage has been discussed and debated in state legislatures, classrooms, courtrooms and across dining room tables throughout the country. STANDING ON CEREMONY brings the issue down to the human level with laughter and just a few tears. The play not only addresses gay marriage but also celebrates all individuals who commit to a life-long journey together. A heartwarming gem.

STANDING ON CEREMONY stars Tom Costello, Janice Creneti, Suzanne Delaney, Donna Donnelly, Mark William Myers, Margee Sapowsky, Nick Sloan, Nasja Wilkins, and Ron Zietz and is directed by Donna Donnelly.

Performances are June 5 – 21, 2015.
Friday and Saturday performances are at 8 pm.
Sunday matinees at 2 pm.

Tickets are $19. Group Discounts available for parties of 10 or more.

To book your tickets: Call 727-437-2363, email,
or visit the website to purchase your tickets on-line.

West Coast Players Theatre is located at 21905 US 19 North, Clearwater, FL 33765. Directions to the theatre can be found at

West Coast Players is a Non-Profit 501(c)(3) Corporation.
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