The flagship of our company:, was built in 2007  This web-site is your personal guide to:

 What's happening in and around Vacaville.

While showcasing the many talented people in our community we also support the
arts, music & sports programs in our schools, sharing the events of our beautiful
downtown And recognizing the businesses that are the heart of our city.

With over 35,000 visitors monthly we feel certain that we have created a web-site that is both user
friendly and informative, so the next time you ask what's going on around town, check out
All About -Todd Productions
As you can see it's pretty busy around here ~ we are excited about our new
productions and what the future has to offer.

Thanks for hanging out with us today and I hope you enjoy browsing our web
sites.  We look forward to seeing you at one of our Shows.
The project that has everyone buzzing
Is our Internet Television Network.
We currently have three shows in production.
Vacaville City Limits:  Hosted By Ron George
Each month we will check out what's going on in and around Vacaville.     

In this one hour monthly stroll through the Entertainment lineup,from
headliners to up-and-commers,

we will be spending time with singers, dances, actors, comedians and just
about anyone who brings their stories and their talent to our show. It's all
about the story behind the story.
Christmas In My HomeTown
Welcome to our show: My name is Ron George and I am the Show's Executive Producer.

This year we are celebrating the fourteenth year anniversary of, “Christmas in My Home Town.”  From its debut, our show has
become a wonderful holiday tradition. A variety show fashioned after the holiday specials of TV’s early days, when stars were
joined by their families in a cozy front room setting. “We are trying to re-create what we remember from the Andy Williams
Christmas programs, that feeling of being invited into their home for a warm and cheerful holiday gathering”

Joining me onstage is,  Emily Cribb,  Zach & Aaron George,  Megan Hicks,  Brad & Debbie Andersohn, Jaina Benton, Madison
Burton, Johnathan Burton Jr. The Half & Half Band, Molly Rose Hendricksen, The Christmas in my Home Town Drumline, Kim
Bosler, Chloe Angst, Richard Lasslo, The Vaca High Choir  Directed by Ashley Parker. The Alamo School Chorus, Directed by
Johnathan Burton,  The Cooper School Chorus or as the kids like to call it "Cooper Comet Chorus", Directed by Kim Bosler.  

Planning for the show starts in July and from then until Showtime we are building sets, learning songs, adding new props to the
show, and always trying to outdo our last performance. From the beginning, Christmas in My Home Town has been a family affair.
My wife Sharron collects goodies all year to makes up all the Baskets that we raffle off, as part of our fundraising efforts. Our son
Doug and his wife Julie, along with our daughter Rhonda and her husband George, help with setting up and tearing down the set,
as well as helping their mother  prepare the food to feed the 300 plus cast members.

Our grandchildren Zach, Aaron, Megan, and our adopted Granddaughter Emily Cribb not only perform in every show they also
work side by side with us to bring the best show possible to our community. From the very first year, Christmas in My Home Town
has been a labor of Love for the entire cast and crew.

Helping to keep the School music programs in place for future generations, Is our passion!!!!!
Ron George's Big Band Christmas
Vacaville City
In November 1960 on a rainy Saturday night,  a very young Ron George attended a concert at the Dream Bowl in Napa California, that
night would forever change his life's direction. The Dream Bowl was a huge quonset hut style building, with a dirt parking lot and a upstairs
balcony for kids, keeping them separated from the Honky Tonk below. At that time It was the largest Country Music dance hall in California
and was the stomping grounds for both Country & Rockabilly Music Royalty.  

On any given Saturday night you might see Johnny Cash, Buck Owens, George Jones, Merle Haggard, Jerry Lee Lewis, Loretta Lynn,
Porter Wagoner, Rose Maddox with the Maddox Brothers, The Everly Brothers, Fats Damino and always Black Jack Wayne broadcasting
his live Television Show.
All on the same bill.

For the kids it was nothing short of magic, the best view in the house. From the the balcony you could look straight down at the stage that
was no more than 20 feet away. Singing at the top of your lungs and dreaming that someday you too  might be on that  stage. And if that
wasn't cool enough, during intermission the kids  were allowed downstairs to meet the entertainers, who were always willing to share their
stories and give encouragement and advice on how to break into the business.

For t
he next twenty five years Ron entertained audiences throughout the Nevada Music Circuit, traveling between Reno, Lake Tahoe and
Las Vegas.  After years of traveling and keeping up with a grueling schedule,  he decided to retire from the circuit in 1995. Ron and his wife
Sharron wanted to spend more time with their new grand baby's Zach, Megan and a few years later Aaron.

Not one to just sit idle, Ron started his own Entertainment Agency "Todd Productions"  
and started produceing Concerts and events
throughout Northern California.

                     As you can see it's pretty busy around here, we are excited about our new productions and what the future has to offer.

                                                 Thanks for hanging out with us today and I hope you enjoy browsing our web sites.  
                                                                            We look forward to seeing you at one of our Shows.

Doug Todd