Don’t miss The Totalitarians and Grahm-A-Rama at Cap Stage and Constellations at B Street
by Chris Narloch
It’s going to be another warm weekend in River City, but I have two possible past-times to consider that will put you in an air-conditioned theater rather than outside in the hot sun.
Plus, CapStage is hosting its second Graham-A-Rama! Graham-A-Rama is a cabaret featuring Sacramento performers, hosted by Graham Sobelman and his trio on Sunday, July 31 at 2 pm & 7 pm
One of the most iconic and instantly recognizable voices in music history is back in a way you've never heard before. Multi-platinum artist Macy Gray makes her Chesky Records debut with her new jazz-infused album "Stripped," an intimate offering recorded live on high resolution audio in a decommissioned Brooklyn church around one binaural microphone.
Join us for our 21st Anniversary Celebration!
It is happening, and happening soon. Outword Magazine will celebrate its 21st birthday! That’s right, Outword Magazine is now legal and can join us for a cocktail. So, come August 16, we ask you to join us in our celebration at Sidetrax Lounge, 2007 K Street, Sacramento, starting at 5:30 pm and going until 7 pm.
Equality California Condemns Pence as Trump VP Choice
In response to presidential candidate Donald Trump chosing Indiana Governor Mike Pence as his running mate, Equality California Executive Director Rick Zbur issued the following statement:
“Given the overt racism, sexism, xenophobia and Islamophobia expressed by Donald Trump in his campaign for the White House, his choice of Mike Pence is not surprising. Pence is one of the most LGBT-phobic figures on the national stage. In fact, it was his targeting of the LGBT community with discriminatory laws that earned him a national spotlight in the first place.
Seussical the Musical is a Doozy-cal
by Chris Narloch
Considering I had not had dinner before the show, the green eggs and ham onstage last night at the Music Circus looked almost edible during a performance of the brand new production of “Seussical,” a musical tribute to the work of Theodor Geisel (better known as Dr. Seuss).
Although the show is not a classic by any means – it’s basically several Dr. Seuss stories strung together with songs – the fast-paced production now playing at the Wells Fargo Pavilion features eye-popping puppets by Richard Bay, incredibly colorful costumes by Kate Bergh, and similarly skilled work by Christine Conklin (hair, wigs and makeup) and Tim Dugan, who helped Richard Bay with the scenic design.
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