B Street wants to move from its namesake location to roomier quarters near Sutter Health’s main medical campus at the east end of midtown. There it plans to build a 250-seat main stage and 365-seat secondary theater. Sutter has donated land valued at nearly $6 million toward the project.
B Street wants to move from its namesake location to roomier quarters near Sutter Health’s main medical campus at the east end of midtown. There it plans to build a 250-seat main stage and 365-seat secondary theater. Sutter has donated land valued at nearly $6 million toward the project. Jose Luis Villegas jvillegas@sacbee.com
B Street wants to move from its namesake location to roomier quarters near Sutter Health’s main medical campus at the east end of midtown. There it plans to build a 250-seat main stage and 365-seat secondary theater. Sutter has donated land valued at nearly $6 million toward the project. Jose Luis Villegas jvillegas@sacbee.com

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