The B Street Theatre is launching a new festival to celebrate top-notch comedy. They've selected four works from more than 50 submissions, and we'll have a couple of the authors joining us on Insight to discuss their work and the festival.
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Fair Oaks Theatre Festival cast members preview the summer production of “Mary Poppins.”
CapRadio arts reporter Jeff Hudson interviews Ron and Carinne Binda Cunningham about their final production with Sacramento Ballet called “The Genius of Balanchine.”
Intrepid Theatre Lab is a nonprofit production company based in Sacramento. The director and members of the cast preview their new play, “Baltimore,” which follows eight college students struggling to grasp the complexities of racism in the U.S.
The national tour of "An American in Paris" runs through Sunday at the Community Center Theater. Actress Teri Hansen and Music Director David Andrews Rogers talk about the Tony Award-winning production.
Green Valley Theatre Company presents "A Chorus Line" at Hiram Johnson High School this week. Producer Christopher Cooks and Director Jacob Gutierrez Montoya join to discuss the production and the company's search for a permanent performance space.
Miller Traum is a 10-year-old actor making a name for himself at the Sacramento Theatre Company.
The theater company is producing its first production on its larger stage: a musical that introduces the nonviolent ideals of Gandhi to kids. It’s a show that grown-ups will enjoy as well, even if they come on their own.
"Family Cabins" is a play exploring family relationships and mental illness. David Bain, director of the Sacramento chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness, and playwright Irwin Rosenblum join to discuss the play and partnership.