Local Acting Greats Matt Miller, Richard Winters & Richard Broadhurst Present Three Whacko Plays Penned by Their Own Hands to Tickle Your Fancy.
Three local theater stars have teamed up to produce a festival of original comedy at California Stages’ Wilkerson Theater — three one-person plays — or rather three zany looks at life in our times.
The California Stage Theater Company is hosting these three writers under the title of Sac Solo Six because it is the sixth time the company has attempted to support writers who think they can act and actors who think that they can write. What a delight to discover that they all can act and write! Continue reading
Recorded Live — In Two Takes
Third Age Onstage, a top-notch radio drama group, will perform two spine-tingling crime stories. Presented back-to-back, each involves a threatened inheritance, a big swindle and two murders. It will take two heavyweight detectives to solve these murder mysteries.
Come experience Murder is the Medium (originally aired July 1949) and Stamped for Murder (October, 1950), this month in the Wilkerson Theater at the R25 Arts Complex, home of California Stage.
Both are performed each day:
Saturday, Sept. 7 at 8:00 pm and Sunday, Sept. 8 at 2:00pm.
In the Wilkerson Theater:
1725 25th Street, Sacramento, CA 95816.
$20 General Admission, $15 Student or Senior.
An Intensive Scene Study with Elly-award winning Janis Stevens!
Coaching and direction for the course will be based on the tools of Stanislavski and focus will also be given to “external skills” (vocal and physical expressiveness). Scenes will be selected by Ms. Stevens. Class size is a maximum of 10 students.
Janis Stevens is well-known in Sacramento for the many roles she has played with various theatres throughout the area as well as receiving much acclaim for the productions she has directed at Capital Stage, California Stage and the Sacramento Theatre Company.
Janis received the Elly’s Lifetime Achievement Award in 2015 and has been an Adjunct Professor of Theatre Arts at American River College since 2003. She received her MFA from Ohio University’s Professional Actor Training Program and began her professional career at the Old Globe in San Diego. She worked in the English-speaking theatres of Vienna, Austria for ten years. Continue reading