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Sacramento’s Capital Stage is presenting “Marjorie Prime,” a near-future drama about an elderly widow, whose family provides her with a holographic version of her late husband, equipped with artificial intelligence and capable of conversation.
This dystopian parable is set in the near future, exploring the darker possibilities created by virtual reality and violent role-playing games. The cautionary tale is both thought-provoking and pretty disturbing.
Sacramento’s Capital Stage is hosting a contemporary update of a Russian literary classic. Raucous comedy and perceptive monologues about the difficulty of everyday life go hand-in-hand in “Stupid F***ing Bird.”
A British love affair told in reverse, Harold Pinter’s Betrayal is captivating Sacramento audiences.
Capital Stage is showing British dramatist Harold Pinter's play based on infidelity titled "Betrayal." Arts critic Jeff Hudson describes it as a highlight of the winter season's theater offerings.
Capital Stage has a unique take on David Sedaris’ comedy writing. Benjamin Ismail stars as a Christmas elf at Macy’s in “The Santaland Diaries.” He joins director Shannon Mahoney on Insight.
On Capital Stage is running the play "August: Osage County" until Nov. 20. Joining us are actors from the play to talk about what to expect from director Benjamin Ismail.
Capital Stage is premiering a raucous new play called “How to Use a Knife.” The show begins as an expletive-laced comedy, then veers into serious dramatic territory.
The 2013 Pulitzer Prize winning play Disgraced opened over the weekend at Capital Stage. We're joined by actors Adam El-Sharkawi and Jennifer LeBlanc, Basim Elkarra from CAIR's Sacramento chapter and artistic Director of CapStage Michael Stevenson.