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  • An Inside Look at Building the New B Street Theatre

    Construction is about halfway done on the new B Street Theatre Complex at 27th Street and Capitol Avenue in Sacramento. The $29 million complex will have two stages, a 380-seat venue for children's theater and another 250-seat venue. Theater officials expect to open next February.

Construction is about halfway done on the new B Street Theatre Complex at 27th Street and Capitol Avenue in Sacramento. The $29 million complex will have two stages, a 380-seat venue for children's theater and another 250-seat venue. Theater officials expect to open next February. Matt Kawahara The Sacramento Bee
Construction is about halfway done on the new B Street Theatre Complex at 27th Street and Capitol Avenue in Sacramento. The $29 million complex will have two stages, a 380-seat venue for children's theater and another 250-seat venue. Theater officials expect to open next February. Matt Kawahara The Sacramento Bee

A new $29 million theater complex is opening in midtown. Here are the first plays you’ll see there

June 16, 2017 9:35 AM

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