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Two powerful plays from celebrated dramatists opened in Sacramento this week Henrik Ibsen's "Hedda Gabler" at Capital Stage and Neil Simon's "The Gingerbread Lady" at the New Helvetia Theatre. Both feature co...
Luke and Adam are in a long-term relationship and have a lot in common except for one thing: Luke believes in God and Adam is an atheist.
Idris Goodwin's savvy new play "How We Got On," premiering on the West Coast at the B Street Theatre, is full of affecting surprises. Though the story is set in 1988 suburban Midwest America using the birth of hip-hop music and cul...
Yo La Tengo bassist James McNew imagines that Jay-Z has perfected the art of touring.
Stephanie Gularte, founding artistic director of Capital Stage, has announced the theater troupe's 2013-14 season, a mix of contemporary and classic works from playwrights including Bruce Norris, David Lindsay-Abaire and William Shakespeare.
All kinds of comments can be made about The Rolling Stones as the band embarks on its "50 and Counting" tour.
Ross Hammond's In the Flow Festival, an annual celebration of improvisational music, found itself in a state of flow this year.
In the Sacramento Theatre Company's ambitious world premiere musical "A Little Princess," young Sara Crewe has been raised like royalty but must comport herself like a soldier.
Richard Montoya's new poetic elegy of a play, "The River," flows like an unruly natural watercourse, rushing through rapids and twisting around curves before eventually finding peace.
City Theatre at Sacramento City College goes for it in a big way with its new production of the classic musical comedy "Guys and Dolls." With a cast of 32, a seven-piece live orchestra, and more than 100 costumes, director Christine Ni...