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Broadway Sacramento wraps up 2018 with homespun humor, illicit affairs, and lots of pie!
For the Dirty Chops Brass Band, music is a number of things: freedom, a catalyst for change, and simply a soundtrack to a good time. This May, Sacramento365 is putting a spotlight on these emerging purveyors of funk.
Sacramento Ballet's Lauryn Winterhalder shares what it's like to perform her first lead role in Giselle. Fall in love with the romantic ballet February 16-18 at the Community Center Theater.
Looking for “song and dance and sweet romance?” Broadway Sacramento's Something Rotten! is hilarious, outlandish, and a perfect way to kick off the new year!
God moves in mysterious ways, but this one's for the book! This week Music Circus at Wells Fargo Pavilion wraps up the season with a first time, soul-stirring performance of Sister Act that will knock you off your knees.
What happens when you mix a possessive stalker, a love triangle, and Whitney Houston’s greatest hits? You get The Bodyguard. Let the musical thriller sweep you off your feet now through April 23.
“Why are all the D’Ysquinths dying?” Well, you must make it over to see A Gentleman’s Guide To Love and Murder to find out! This Best Musical Tony award winner gives you insight into the fair play and foul play of one man’s journey to the top through the antics of murder, and of course, the complications of love.
Sacramento’s galleries are continuing their tradition of showcasing great art on Second Saturdays. While some galleries are taking a break this month, there’s still a plethora of wonderful art being shown off this Second Saturday. Join Sacramento365’s Dylan Fisher as he travels around town checking out some of the coolest artwork around.
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