Museum and gallery exhibitions, live performances and more round out a vibrant arts community in Sacramento.
Broadway Sacramento is Northern California’s premier producer and presenter of musical theater and the largest nonprofit musical theater in California.
Company of Stomp created by Luke Cresswell and Steve McNicholas, presented by Broadway on Tour at the Sacramento Community Center Theater, Feb 1-10
Cats April 2-7
The Lightning Thief: The Percy Jackson Musical April 18-21
Sacramento’s professional ballet company brings contemporary and classical performances to area audiences.
Hamlet Feb. 15-17
Beer and Ballet March 21-April 7
Fast Forward May 16-19
What began as the Sacramento Symphony in 1948 is now combined into the Sacramento Philharmonic & Opera, bringing the beauty of both art forms to audiences.
Rhapsody in Blue Feb. 23
Best of Broadway March 2
Rigoletto April 13
Star Wars April 27
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 premiers.
A Midsummer Night’s Dream Feb. 20-March 17
When We Were Colored: A Mother’s Story playwright by Ginger Rutland March 20-April 28
I Can’t Do It Alone March 28-31
Disaster! April 17-May 12
This organization brings bold, intimate, contemporary live theater to the heart of Midtown.
Slowgirl by Greg Pierce Jan. 23-Feb. 24
Vietgone by Qui Nguyen March 13-April 14
Founded as a public/private partnership in 1885, the Crocker Art Museum features the world’s foremost display of California art and is renowned for its holdings of master drawing and international ceramics, as well as European, Asian, African, and Oceanic Art.
Modern Menagerie: Sculpture by Loet Vanderveen through March 31
Arte Extraordinario: Recent Acquisitions through March 24
History, Labor, Life: The Prints of Jacob Lawrence through April 7
A Passionate Muse: The Art of Leonard Baskin Feb. 17-May 12
Big Ideas: Richard Jackson’s Alleged Paintings from April 28
Keeping critics raving and audiences coming back for contemporary productions ranging from popular classics to debuts, this two-theater playhouse on Capitol Avenue in Midtown is home to the Mainstage Series and Family Series.
House on Haunted Hill, adapted by B Street Theatre through Feb. 17
A Doll’s House Part 2, by Lucas Hnath Feb. 26-April 7
Family Series: Charlotte’s Web, adapted by Dave Pierini March 17-April 7
Holmes and Watson, by Jeffrey Hatcher April 16-May 26
For over 50 years, Blue Line Arts, located in Downtown Roseville, has provided accessible arts education for all, presenting high caliber art exhibitions, bridging the arts, artists and business to fuel the creative economy, activating communities with art and creative fun! The gallery showcases the works of regional and national artists and offers flexible exhibition space suitable for small musical performances, lectures, parties, and demonstrations.
Lottery for the Arts Exhibition March 1-28
Lottery for the Arts March 28
Off-Center: International Ceramics Competition April 5-May 18
The Roseville Mural Project April 29-May 17
Roseville Mural Project Unveiling Party May 18
Roseville Mural Project Panel Discussion May 25
Find more ways to experience Sacramento this spring at visitsacramento.com/guide.