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Dana Goldberg

Raised by a wild pack of Jews, otherwise known as her mother and two siblings, veteran comedian Dana Goldberg is a force of nature on stage. With performances at the San Francisco International Comedy Competition, The Comedy Festival produced by TBS and HBO, and the Fringe Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland, Goldberg’s quick wit and playful stage presence have earned her loyal fans across the country and abroad.

A crowd favorite, she has become a triple threat, combining her comedy, hosting, and writing talents to become one of the most sought-after entertainers on the circuit. Deeming her one of the top five funniest lesbians in America, Curve magazine raved, “Goldberg is one of the brightest lights in a stellar comedy landscape,” and named Goldberg one of the top three LGBT comedians in the nation.

In addition to headlining clubs, theaters, and festivals around the country, Goldberg has performed at and emceed dozens of high profile events and has shared the national stage with luminaries such as President Barack Obama, Vice President Joe Biden, President Bill Clinton, Kerry Washington, Jennifer Lopez, John Lithgow, Alfred Molina, Jennifer Hudson, Sir Elton John, Mariah Carey, Shonda Rhimes, and many more. Combining her gift of humor with humanitarian efforts, Goldberg has helped to raise over thirty million dollars for nonprofits around the country in the fight for marriage equality, LGBT rights, women’s rights, and HIV and AIDS education and prevention.

Dr. Dee Spencer

Dr. Dee Spencer has recorded with former Tower of Power vocalist Lenny Williams and Aretha Franklin’s favorite drummer, Bernard “Pretty” Purdie—as well performing with such jazz legends as John Handy, Jimmy Scott, Louie Bellson, Clark Terry, Regina Carter, and Jeff “Tain” Watts. Dee has also performed with R&B sensation and Grammy Award–winning vocalist Ledisi and the famed San Francisco Glide Memorial house band, Change. She has been a featured performer at the San Francisco, Beijing, Cork, Tasmanian, and Dresden Music Festivals. Her latest album, Tranquility, was released in August 2018, and her solo piano bar experience, Dee’s Keys, can be found in venues throughout San Francisco.

Dee’s credits as a musical director and sound designer include Androcles and the Lion, the award-winning TheatreWorks production of Raisin with legendary directors Danny Duncan and Tony Haney, Purlie Victorious, The Me Nobody Knows, No Place to Be Somebody, Ain’t Misbehavin’, Sassy Divas, One Mo’ Time, Twelfth Night, Spring Awakening, Lysistrata, Chicago, Hair, and Dreamgirls in Concert.

Dee Spencer is a professor of Jazz and Musical Theatre in the School of Theatre & Dance at San Francisco State University (SFSU). Her former students include recording artists and producers the Braxton Brothers; Beyonce’s music director, saxophonist Tia Fuller; and Lauren Hill’s music director, saxophonist Howard Wiley. Founder and former director of the Jazz Studies degree program in the SFSU School of Music, Dee earned her master’s degree in music from Washington University in St. Louis and her doctoral degree in education from the University of San Francisco. She is an annual screener for the Grammy Music Awards and also served as a judge, alongside Wynton Marsalis, for the Jazz at Lincoln Center Essentially Ellington High School Jazz Band Competition.

An active contributor to the San Francisco community, Dee founded the SFJAZZ education program and performed for US Senator Kamala Harris’ fundraiser at the African American Art & Culture Complex. She also served as program director for the East Bay Center for the Performing Arts.

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