Arts & Entertainment

Food for Thought raises funds to support local schools

The Folsom Cordova Education Foundation will hold its third annual Food for Thought fundraiser benefiting local school programs from 6:30 -9:30 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 6, at the Pall ...

Special needs students get creative

The 48 Natoma Art Center and Gallery hold a variety of programs for all ages and have recently hosted their first art class specifically for special needs teens and young adults. ...

‘Gypsy’ graces Sutter Street stage

Based on the book by Arthur Laurents with music by Jule Stein and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, “Gypsy” casts a spotlight on an aggressive “stage mother” in t ...

Musical theater group focuses on creating future leaders

Building better people, with a solid foundation, is the ultimate goal of one regional theatrical organization. Rick Wilson, CEO of El Dorado Musical Theatre, said the organization ...

Sutter Street Theatre’s ‘Unnecessary Farce’ is laugh riot

When we describe something in life as a farce, we probably mean that it is a serious act carried out so stupidly the only reasonable reaction to is to laugh. In theater, a play ide ...

Folsom city art gallery goes Hawaiian

FOLSOM, CA - Friday evening found a touch of Hawaii washing over the walls of the Gallery at 48 Natoma. The city gallery hosted a reception for the new exhibit, “Hawaiian Su ...

Mentor moment: El Dorado Musical Theatre's older actors step aside to let younger actors take spotlight

EL DORADO HILLS, CA - On a warm afternoon in mid-June, 130 young performers busily prepared to take a turn in the spotlight for Disney’s “The Jungle Book, Jr.” I ...

New exhibit wrapped in nostalgia

The Folsom History Museum is presenting its 35th annual Vintage Quilt and Clothing show titled “A Bundle of Joy,” which displays vintage quilts as well as antique baby ...

‘All My Sons’ electrifies Sutter Street Theatre

People who know American theater know Arthur Miller as the author of “Death of a Salesman” and perhaps “The Crucible.” Many fans of these plays don’t ...