717 Sutter Street
Historic Folsom, CA 95630
The Pink Panther Strikes Again – May 14 – Jun 5
The Foreigner – Jun 11 – Jul 17
The Best Man – Jul 23 – Aug 14
Anything Goes – Aug 27 – Oct 2
Evil Dead, The Musical – Oct 8 – Oct 31
Deathtrap – Nov 5 – Nov 27
Holiday in the Hills – Dec 3 – Dec 23
Folsom Old Tyme Radio Show – Every 2nd Sat @ 4:00 pm
“13 The Musical” – May 21 – June 19
A Wrinkle in Time – Jun 25 – Jul 17
All Shook Up (Musical Theatre Workshop) – Jul 30 – Aug 14
Charlotte’s Web – Sep 3 – Sep 25
Charlie & The Chocolate Factory – Oct 1 – Oct 30
A Midsummer Night’s Dream – Nov 12 – Nov 27
Seussified Christmas – Dec 10 – Dec 24
The world’s most unusual criminologist, Chief Inspector Jacques Clouseau, a role originally created by Peter Sellers, fights for his life and for the future of all mankind in the most bizarre and dangerous caper of his brilliantly successful and utterly clumsy career. Paul Dreyfus, once his long-suffering boss, now turned into a raving lunatic, holds the world at bay with the ultimate weapon, the Doomsday Machine. Dreyfus is out to get Clouseau, the man whose undeserved success has driven him crazy, and he threatens to vaporize continents if the nations of the world don’t deliver Clouseau to him, alive or, if at all possible, dead! Clouseau incredibly stumbles and slips by every attack. At the critical moment, it suddenly appears that Clouseau is finally running out of luck. Then he fires from the hip and hits our funny bone!
One of the most frequently produced new musicals of the last decade, 13 is a rollicking musical comedy featuring a cast exclusively made up of teenagers – thirteen 13-year-olds, as a matter of fact
Evan Goldman is two months from turning 13 years old, living happily in New York City, the greatest city on Earth, when his world is blown apart by his parents’ divorce, and he is dragged away from home to live with his mother in a small town in the Midwest
Facing a new life in a new place where the customs and culture are utterly alien to him, and with his bar mitzvah getting closer every day, Evan has to navigate who he wants to be versus who he really is, and see if he can make it through the fall without losing the best friends he’ll ever have.
Next Old Tyme Radio Show Begins In:
Second Saturday of Every Month at 4:00pm
Next Show: Saturday, June 11, 2016 – 4:00 pm
Original scripts from shows such as:
Plus vocal selections by the cast! This is becoming an extremely popular show, and at $10 a ticket, it’s one of the best entertainment deals in town!
No phone in or on-line reservations are available for this show.
Tickets are only $10 at the door – The best deal in town!
Ticket Price: $16.52 (includes service fee)
Lauren Metzinger has been performing since the age of 7, and at 9 years old she debuted at Sutter Street Theatre in Wind in the Willows playing Rat. After that, she performed throughout the Sacramento area in venues such as the California Musical Theatre (Whistle Down the Wind, Evita and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat), Saint Francis High School, Sutter Street Theatre and El Dorado Musical Theatre. Lauren was recently awarded a scholarship from the Folsom Lake Community Concert Association and is the recipient of Saint Francis High School Patrons of the Arts Theatre Award.
In August, she will be moving to Nashville, Tennessee to enter the Musical Theatre program at Belmont University with an academic and voice scholarship.
Sutter Street Theatre is honored that Lauren will be performing a concert at our venue especially since we played a part in her beginning and continuing theatrical experiences.
Two dates: July 16 at 4:00pm and July 17 at 7:00pm
Chris Schlagel will be accompanying Lauren on the keyboard.
This concert produced by: Allen Schmeltz Productions
By Larry Shue
An inspired comic romp, equal in inventive hilarity to the author’s classic comedy The Nerd, the present play enjoyed a sold-out premiere in Milwaukee before moving on to a long run Off-Broadway. Based on what the NY Post describes as a “devilishly clever idea,” the play demonstrates what can happen when a group of devious characters must deal with a stranger who (they think) knows no English.
Book by Madeleine L’Engle, Play adapted by John Glore
A Wrinkle in Time is the story of Meg Murry, a high-school-aged girl who is transported on an adventure through time and space with her younger brother Charles Wallace and her friend Calvin O’Keefe to rescue her father, a gifted scientist, from the evil forces that hold him prisoner on another planet. At the beginning, Meg is a homely, awkward, but loving girl, troubled by personal insecurities and her concern for her father, who has been missing for over a year. But watch the transformations. Besides being an exciting story, its messages of individuality, nonconformity, friendship and courage have inspired generations of young people. This is a great play for kids who have ever felt “different” or lonely or who have wrestled with loss. It celebrates the power of individuality and bravery and love.