NOTE: Events mentioned below have been cancelled or rescheduled due to the current pandemic.
Since arriving on the scene, B Street Theatre continues to keep critics raving and audiences coming back for contemporary productions ranging from popular classics to debuts. The two-theater playhouse on Capitol Avenue in Midtown is home to the Mainstage Series, Family Series, and Music Series.
A Year with Frog and Toad April 18-May 9
Straight White Men April 21-May 31
This organization brings bold, intimate live theater to the heart of Midtown.
Pass Over April 29-May 31
Broadway Sacramento is Northern California’s premier producer and presenter of musical theater, and the largest nonprofit musical theater in California.
Come From Away May 19-24
A nationally recognized professional company, Sacramento Theatre Company is one of the oldest and largest arts institutions in the region. STC presents classical, musical and contemporary plays as well as world premieres.
Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner March 25-May 3
The Room Where It Happens: Broadway’s Modern Musical April 2-5
A Little Night Music April 22-May 17
Eclectic yet refined. Classic yet surprising. The Crocker Art Museum has the nation’s premier collections of art from the Golden State, plus European, Asian, African and Oceanic works, international ceramics, and one of America’s finest early collections of European master drawings.
Granville Redmond: The Eloquent Palette Jan. 26-May 17
American Expressions/African Roots: Akinsanya Ceramic Sculpture Feb. 2-July 5
The Splendor of Germany: 18th-Century Drawings from the Crocker Art Museum Feb. 16-May 10
Sacramento’s professional ballet company brings contemporary and classical performances to area audiences.
Fast Forward May 14-17
With three intimate state-of-the-art performance venues, the Harris Center hosts upwards of 450 dance, theater and music events a year, featuring both local and international touring artists.
The Illusionists – Live from Broadway April 10-12
Mondavi Center explores the full range of the performing arts, from the traditional to the innovative, and from diverse cultures and disciplines through presentation, education, public service, and research. As part of the UC Davis mission as a land grant university, Mondavi Center provides outstanding cultural programming, support for the University’s academic departments, and a professional laboratory to train students in the performing arts.