Introducing Entire Productions at the Oakland Rotunda


Our hats go off to Entire Productions for the FABULOUS launch party in January we are so proud to have been a participating sponsor for! The Teatro Rotunda event was hosted at the Oakland Rotunda, a beautiful historical venue in downtown Oakland built in 1912.  This spectacular building with it’s 120 foot high, 5,000 square foot elliptical dome provided the perfect setting for what was planned for this occasion.

Entire Productions, owned by friend and fabulous singer Natasha Miller, is an entertainment booking agency that you can always rely on when you want to make your event extra special. They know the most outstanding and professional entertainers in the business and can be sure to leave the guests at your event with an unforgettable time.  We had a great time working with her team on the event.


We started off the night by greeting guests with glasses of champagne and checking them in, but it wasn’t long until the working stopped and the partying began! Being that Entire Productions is not your average entertainment company, it was no surprise that their launch party was anything but ordinary.

The night was filled with great entertainment which included trapeze artists, a hoola-hoop  dancing artist, and a live band that kept the spirits high all night! We had a fantastic time and are so honored to have been a part of the launching of Entire Productions! Take a look at some of additional action photos from the evening thanks to Claudia Akers Photography.  And we can’t wait to see the video by David from A Video Reflection.








~ by amazae on February 3, 2009.

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