Heritage Park’s Backstage Pass Sings Way Across America

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Heritage Park residents remembered 9/11 last weekend with a musical tribute to the United States onstage in the clubhouse ballroom.
The Sunday Matinee Cabaret featured 10 talented singers who perform as Delta Breeze. Semi-professional singers, including Natomas resident and Witter Ranch Elementary School student Arianna Punter, also performed. Gary Rominger, the founder and chair of Heritage Park’s performing arts club Backstage Pass, conceived of and produced the show.
The understory featured a group traveling on a rickety, old bus cross country to perform Christmas music at the Roseville Galleria. Songs celebrated cities and states around the nation as well as the country as a whole, reflecting the places the travelers went and the things they saw while on their journey. The second act was their showcase of talents, with music ranging from opera to barbershop quartet.
The group hopes to stage another performance in spring as part of a fundraiser for the Natomas Charter School’s  Performing and Fine Arts Academy.

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