Our Vineyard Events help create a memorable event for you to cherish and remember!
We specialize in making Weddings a dream come true. Whatever type of event you are looking to have a unique dinner for a select group of friends or a special anniversary party to a full blown wedding function we at CTV can help this event come true. We only work with the best in the industry,we are also known as the best. As we have other business that call for entertainment we can understand your expectation. We are creative, organized,caring and enthusiastic about every event that we are working on. To us, it's personal.
Our chefs- We have two personal chefs to choose from depending on your individual preferences. On one hand we have a chef who was trained at the Culinary Institute in Napa and one who trained under the famous Wolfgang Puck. Each chef has their own unique style in which they deliver their creations, but we let you be the judge.
Music- Whether you want a DJ or Live band we have many venues to choose from as we entertain quite often we have a vast array of sounds and music. Or if your preference is to bring you own celebrity feel free. Some of the entertainment we have done in the past is a vocal entertainment from the Lead (Donna) of Mamma Mia to the renowned comedian Craig ("The Love Master") Shoemaker. Our venue is an environment where we strive to have your guests describe their experience as a “WOW” , we strive for nothing less.
Launch Party May 2013
BORN TO ENTERTAIN was the debut solo recording from Lisa Richard, a singer and actress from Southern California, released in April of 2000. Lisa appeared in the resident Las Vegas company of the hit ABBA musical Mamma Mia!, for three years. In 2003-2004, Lisa performed in the first national Broadway tour of Mamma Mia!. She performed a variety of musical theatre roles in regional theatres prior to Mamma Mia!, most notably as Chlo in Inside Out at the Laguna Playhouse (Robby Award) and Ginger in The 1940's Radio Hour at Fullerton Civic Light Opera (Robby nomination). She received rave reviews for her portrayal of Corine in Triumph of Love at the Long Beach Performing Arts Center, and as Audrey in Little Shop of Horrors in San Diego. Other roles include the Housewife in Working (also at the Laguna Playhouse), Sandy in Grease, Hope in Anything Goes, the Mistress in Evita, Sister Robert Anne in Nunsense, and Gloria in Damn Yankees. Lisa also appeared in the premiere concert version of the new musical by Jill Santoriello, A Tale of two Cities, with the late actor Richard Kiley, and recently was featured in a staged performance of the same musical at the Little Shubert Theatre in New York City with James Barbour and Gavin Creel.
Craig Shoemaker is a modern day renaissance man. Best known for his engaging, relatable standup and his iconic baritone-voiced character The Lovemaster, Craig is far more than the jokes he tells on stage. He has shot multiple stand-up specials for TV, starred in numerous films, written two children’s books, performed for four US Presidents, invented On Hold Advertising, and even has his doctorate and is an ordained minister. Craig most recently taped his latest hour special, Daditude, to a sold out crowd at the Webb Theatre in Orange County and wrapped a co-starring role in Should’ve Been Romeo.A natural storyteller with keen observational instincts, Shoemaker's performances are informed by the hilarious and often shocking twists and turns of his own life. He's been skydiving, hang gliding, and scuba diving; he's piloted a fighter jet and completed the LA Marathon. Where a feat like bungee jumping is a point of pride for most, Shoemaker ruins the curve by doing so from a hot air balloon. He isn't just a daredevil, however; he's earned his reputation as one of the smartest and funniest comics working today.
His film and television credits read like a who's
who of Hollywood A-listers. He has shared both the big and the small screen with luminaries like Will Smith, Farrah Fawcett, Whoopi Goldberg,
Steve Martin, Andy Griffith, Ed Asner, Don Knotts, and Reese Witherspoon. His comedy stylings have earned him numerous awards throughout his extensive career, including Comedian of the Year at ABC's 1998 American Comedy Awards. His work as a writer, actor, and producer for the regional TV network PRISM also earned Shoemaker two Emmy awards.