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Sacramento Loses as Celebration Arts Goes Dark

UPDATE: One potential new home for Celebration Arts was the soon-to-be-former B Street Theatre site at 2711 B Street. The two-theater site is up for sale now that B Street Theatre is moving to its new performing arts complex on the corner of 27th and Capitol in Midtown. Wheatley had hoped to occupy...

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The Play’s the Thing This Weekend

Shakespeare said it: The play’s the thing. And this weekend, there are plenty of “things” to be enjoyed on local stages. This is the final weekend for many of these shows, so act quickly. Celebration Arts has extended its production of James Baldwin’s “The Amen...

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With Summer Comes Some Hot Theater

The calendar has finally caught up with the weather. It’s hot, it’s summer — and with summer comes theater festivals. It’s play time, outside and in. Belle of the Ball Though not technically a festival, Music Circus is a seasonal tradition just as “The...

God, the Devil and 'Deadly Sins' on local stages
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God, the Devil and ‘Deadly Sins’ on local stages

Questions of sin and salvation — or damnation — are up for discussion as God, the Devil and the biblical Seven Deadly Sins are topics of two theatrical programs on local stages. The Sacramento Ballet concludes its 2016-2017 season this weekend with four performances of “Modern...

Old vs. New on Local Theater Stages
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Old vs. New on Local Theater Stages

“Phantom of the Opera” versus “Stupid F**king Bird” — Sacramento stages feature a battle of old vs. new plays this week and guess who wins? Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Phantom” is turning 30 years old and holds the title at the longest-running production...

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‘The Bodyguard’ rocks Community Center Theater

“The Bodyguard,” now rocking the stage at the Community Center Theater, starts with a bang and ends with a rousing, glitzy encore befitting a superstar such as the one portrayed in the musical. Unfortunately, this upbeat addendum detracts somewhat from the bittersweet and more realistic...

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