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B Street Theatre Delivers With Albee's Bleak Classic, "Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf?"

September 21, 2017 | Jeff Hudson

Critic Jeff Hudson says Sacramento’s B Street Theatre is staging of “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” is a darkly humorous portrait of a failing marriage, brimming with booze and bickering.

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Theatre Review: “The Absolute Brightness Of Leonard Pelkey” Proves An Excellent Vehicle For Veteran Actor Rich Hebert

August 15, 2017 | Jeff Hudson

Sacramento’s B Street Theatre is presenting a one-man show that is simultaneously a whodunit involving a missing boy, and an affirmation of the human spirit. It’s the nicest surprise of the summer theater season.

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Irreverent B Street Comedy Offers God's Take On The Bible

July 12, 2017 | Jeff Hudson

Sacramento’s B Street Theatre is staging a satire called “An Act of God,” in which the Almighty takes the form of a sardonic gay comedian, telling joke after joke in a nighclub routine.

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Theater Review: "Going West" Piquing Young Audiences' Interest

March 16, 2017 | Jeff Hudson

Every year, thousands of elementary students tour the California Railroad History Museum in Old Sacramento. Now, the B Street Theatre’s Family Series is staging an original show targeting young audiences.

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B Street Theatre's 'Concussed' Reflects On Life After Traumatic Brain Injury

March 13, 2017 | Jeff Hudson

Comedian and storyteller Jack Gallagher has been performing one-man shows for Sacramento’s B Street Theatre for years. His new play is “Concussed,” about his long recovery from an injury sustained while bike riding.

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Theatre Review: 'Satchmo At The Waldorf' - A Revealing Portrait Of An American Musical Icon

September 9, 2016 | Jeff Hudson

This one-man show at the B Street Theatre depicts the legendary Louis Armstrong in the twilight of his career. The script by Armstrong biographer Terry Teachout packs a punch and the actor playing Armstrong gives an equally powerful performance.

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Theater Review: Well-Told Romance 'Constellations' Also A Mind Expanding Meditation

July 18, 2016 | Jeff Hudson

This unusual play at the B Street Theatre starts as a boy-meets-girl encounter then develops into a series of different outcomes in alternate universes, a mind-boggling scenario and a surprisingly appealing show - also a big challenge for the actors.

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Sacramento's B Street Theatre

May 19, 2016

We learn more about the construction plan for Sacramento's new B Street Theatre with Producing Artistic Director, Buck Busfield. CapRadio’s Arts & Theater Critic, Jeff Hudson, adds history and perspective on the changing Sacramento arts scene.

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Theatre Review: 'Mud Blue Sky' Offers Aimless But Honest Slice Of Life

May 13, 2016 | Jeff Hudson

Some plays tell a structured story that builds to a climax. Others explore quirky characters in a free-form situation. The B Street Theatre's “Mud Blue Sky” falls into the latter category, but the show does have an oddly appealing, if aimless charm.

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