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Listen closely and you’ll hear the steady hum of Sacramento’s jazz and improvisational music scene.
Something remarkable happened Tuesday night at the Community Center Theater early in the national touring production of “Sister Act.” On the way to the average, uninspired, hit movie-based Broadway musical, a witty, irreverent and co...
California Musical Theatre’s Richard Lewis isn’t taking any chances with the production pipeline that brings professional musical theater touring shows to town.
Sacramento again reaps the benefit of New-York-based drummer/composer Matt Slocum routing his West Coast tour through JB’s Jazz Lounge.
If you go to Sacramento Theatre Company’s “Visiting Mr. Green” and feel like you’ve seen it before, you’re probably remembering other recent plays there.
California Stage, under the leadership of producing artistic director Ray Tatar, has consistently embraced new works. “Vanishing Point” is set in post-Katrina Louisiana and deals with how the eroding environment there affects a Cajun...
When the Dave Brubeck Quartet released “Jazz Goes to College” in 1954, no one knew how prophetic or pleasantly ironic the title was. The album, recorded live on a tour of college campuses, would put the pianist and composer on the co...
Jon Stevenson understands the genius of simplicity. It helped him create his high-end children’s wear company Trumpette, which also holds creativity and audacity in high regard.
The Bee's Marcus Crowder suggests performances worth seeing.