The Music Circus rolls out its 67th year of theater and music with its third showing of "On the Town," a Leonard Bernstein piece. Showtimes are available from July 11-16.
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The Davis Shakespeare Festival continues to rise in popularity with its return with two shows: "The Three Musketeers" and "Wonderful Town."
Capital Public Radio’s Arts & Theater Critic, Jeff Hudson, and the Drama Critic for the Davis Enterprise, Bev Sykes chat about the opening of “Beauty and the Beast” and the rest of the summer line-up at Music Circus.
Sofia Tsakopoulos' family quietly contributed money to help Sacramento's B Street Theatre get started. She is now getting a new theater complex named in her honor.
Sacramento native James Snyder co-stars in the Music Circus' adaptation of Beauty and the Beast alongside Jessica Grové. They preview the show in studio.
Veteran newsman and Sacramento Playwright Leo McElroy returns to Insight with a new play based on the tale of a dying writer struggling to finish his last novel.
For the first time ever, the B Street Theatre Mainstage will feature a work written and performed by women from the company. We hear from them on Insight.
Erick Rockwell and Margaret Rose of the Sacramento Theatre Company talk about the newest production titled "The Donner Party, a new American Musical, based off one of the country's greater triumphs and tragedies.
Theater students from American River College tackle the story of Alan Turing, the man who broke the Nazi enigma code and was arrested by the British government for being gay.
Capital Public Radio's Insight With Beth Ruyak celebrates 12 years of continuing the conversation in Sacramento today on July 19, 2016. We look back at some of our segments from over a decade of news and arts.