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By The Way, Meet Vera Stark
By The Way, Meet Vera Stark
6/2 - 6/25/2023

Two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Lynn Nottage takes the audience back to the Golden Age of Hollywood, where we meet aspiring starlet Vera Stark, who works

The Lightning Thief, The Percy Jackson Musical

Tom and Meg Stallard present a Young Adult Performers production, The Lightning Thief, The Percy Jackson Musical Woodland Opera House, 340 Second Street, Woodland, CA 

On Your Feet!
6/16 - 7/2/2023

Emilio and Gloria Estefan came to America breaking all barriers to become a crossover sensation at the very top of the pop music world. On

Sweeney Todd
Sweeney Todd
6/23 - 7/16/2023

Sweeney Todd - June 23 through July 16, 2023 Underwritten by Sharon Joyce SWEENEY TODD is Stephen Sondheim’s chilling, heart-pounding masterpiece of murderous “barber-ism” and culinary

6/21 - 7/23/2023

Predictor by Jennifer Blackmer Directed by Imani Mitchell West Coast Premiere 2019 O’Neill Playwrights Conference Finalist June 21 – July 23, 2023 Based on true

The Play That Goes Wrong
8/9 - 9/7/2023

 Henry Lewis, Henry Shields & Jonathan Sayer    

Polka dot chocolate bars
Polka dot chocolate bars
11/18 - 3/31/2024

We provide next-day overnight drop-off at your secured delivery address with no signature required. You don’t sign up for a package and delivery is 100%

B2B Web Development Show
B2B Web Development Show
5/8 - 8/5/2024

B2B Web Development: What You Need To Know To Get Started If you own or run a business, you’re likely already aware of the importance

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Latest Sacramento Reviews

Review: THE HOMBRES Explores Masculinity at Capital Stage

by Courtney Symes - May 23, 2023

Theatre has long been a vessel to carry voices wanting to be heard, and a springboard for important conversations that need to be had. Capital Stage is taking this responsibility seriously, with its California premiere of The Hombres. Tony Meneses’ contemporary play examines the toxic masculinity pr...

Review: TEMPODYSSEY is Out of This World at Big Idea Theatre

by Courtney Symes - May 17, 2023

Astrophysics, poultry, and delusional temp employees. The universe conspires to marry odd bedfellows in this bizarre yet fascinating work by Dan Dietz. tempOdyssey is as unique as its title suggests. It’s a study of paradox, exploring themes of freedom vs. entrapment, love vs. apathy, and immortalit...

Review: Chasing the Clouds Away With AVENUE Q at Rise Up Theatre Company

by Courtney Symes - May 14, 2023

Can you tell me how to get, how to get to...Avenue Q? It’s a wondrous place where puppets and humans coexist peacefully and harmoniously. Most of the time. This salacious spoof of Sesame Street opened on Broadway in 2003 and won three Tony Awards, including Best Musical. Twenty years later, its them...

Review: B Street Theatre's BROKE-OLOGY Reminds Us of Our Riches

by Courtney Symes - May 12, 2023

The most shocking thing about getting older is that everyone else is getting older, too. Our parents, who once seemed so strong and commanding, reverse their roles and become the dependents. How do we care for them as they once cared for us? How do we find a balance between duty to them and staying ...

Review: Sacramento Theatre Company Celebrates Neurodiversity With THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME

by Courtney Symes - May 09, 2023

Sacramento Theatre Company’s season of Curiosity, Intrigue, and Suspense is coming to a close with its much-anticipated portrayal of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. Based on the best-selling novel by Mark Haddon and adapted for the stage by Simon Stephens, this show provides an in...

Review: You'll Want to Meet This PRETTY WOMAN at Broadway Sacramento

by Courtney Symes - May 03, 2023

Don't miss the electrifying final stop of the North American tour of Pretty Woman: The Musical in Sacramento. Based on the hit 1990 movie, this musical is full of hope, magic, and enchantment. Get ready to be swept off your feet by the dynamic cast, exhilarating choreography, and a score by rock leg...

Review: Read All About It! NEWSIES Opens at Davis Musical Theatre Company

by Courtney Symes - May 02, 2023

Tucked among agricultural fields and university bustle in the small town of Davis is a community staple that is treasured by locals. For 38 years, Davis Musical Theatre Company has been a fixture in the community theatre world in the Sacramento region. Its Main Stage and Young Performers’ Theatre is...

Review: Social Justice Triumphs in ANTIGONE at The Harris Center

by Courtney Symes - April 25, 2023

Murder, greed, incest, tyranny…and you don’t have to go to Washington, D.C. to get it. Folsom Lake College’s production of Antigone checks all those boxes and more. Sophocles’ tragedy is as relevant today as it was in 411 BC, thanks to enduring themes that have been adapted for a modern audience....

Review: WINNIE-THE-POOH Captures Our Hearts at the B Street Theatre

by Courtney Symes - April 19, 2023

What did our critic think of WINNIE-THE-POOH at B Street Theatre?...

Review: A LIGHT IN THE DARK Shines a Light on Homelessness at The Sofia

by Courtney Symes - March 25, 2023

Award-winning choreographer Jacob Gutierrez-Montoya is bringing his special brand of philanthropy to The Sofia this weekend with A Light in the Dark, a modern dance concert inspired by the housing crisis in our region. Sponsored by The Sofia, Gutierrez-Montoya’s Sacramento Contemporary Dance Theatre...


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