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Additional Humpty Dumpty Audition

Important Announcement:

An additional audition has been scheduled for

Humpty Dumpty is Missing!.

 

Where: Sutter Street Theatre, 717 Sutter St, Folsom

When: Sunday, April 8, 7:00PM

 

(Please see the original announcement below for more information.)

 

 

Audition Notice: Humpty Dumpty is Missing!

Where: Sutter Street Theatre, 717 Sutter St, Folsom

When: Sunday, March 25, 7:00PM

Who: Directed by Allen Schmeltz

 

Humpty Dumpty is Missing! or The Mysterious Case of the Fallen Egg

by Joseph Robinette

What to Bring: A resume and headshot if you have them.

 

Auditions will consist of cold readings from the script.

 

Synopsis:
Humpty-Dumpty Is Missing! is an affectionate spoof of the private-eye thrillers of the 1940s and ’50s and an exciting, fun filled way to introduce young audiences to this classic genre. Sammy Scoop is a private investigator in the tradition of his grandfather, Samuel Shovel and his father, Sam Spade. Sammy faces the biggest challenge of his illustrious career with the sudden fall and disappearance of the jolly Humpty-Dumpty who apparently had no enemies. But Sammy and his sidekick, Alice from Dallas, soon come up with a list of suspects who had motive and, perhaps, opportunity. Mistress Mary, Rip Van Winkle, Henny-Penny, Peter Rabbit and his sisters, Rapunzel and the Handsome Prince (who, because he is a painter, prefers to be called the Artist Formerly Known As the Handsome Prince) are among the many suspects called onto the carpet. A last-minute surprise appearance by two of fairy tales most celebrated characters, Mother Goose and Mother Hubbard, finally help Sammy and Alice nab the culprit (the least likely suspect, of course—we’d never break tradition in that important area).

 

Characters:
The cast consists of a mix of all ages. Sammy, Alice and the Police Chief should be late teens or older. All others can be children to adults.

 

Sammy Scoop a private eye
Alice Sammy’s assistant
Police Chief a town official
Little Bo Peep a client of Sammy
Little Red Riding Hood a clinet of Sammy
King’s Horses – up to four
King’s Men – up to four
Wall – three or more
Mother Hubbard a townsperson
Mother Goose a townsperson
Suspects
Mistress Mary
Rip Van Winkle
Henny-Penny
Rapunzel
Handsome Prince
Troll
Little Billy Goat Gruff
Flopsy
Mopsy
Cottontail
Peter Rabbit

Mad Hatter Tea Party!

Announcing a special, one-time event…

A Mad Hatter Tea Party!

You are cordially invited to attend a performance of Alice in Wonderland to be followed by a tea party hosted by the Mad Hatter himself.  Sit down to tea and crumpets (along with other goodies) with the Hatter and his Wonderland friends.  You’ll even get to pose for pictures with them and take the photo home with you that day.

 

When: Saturday, March 31st, 1:00PM

Where: Sutter Street Theatre

Cost: $22 General Admission

$18 Children 13 & Under

 

Any child in costume will receive a fun surprise!

 

Click Here to Purchase Tickets

Or call 916-353-1001 to buy your tickets over the phone.

 

Audition Notice: Murder on the Nile

When: Sunday, February 18th at 7:00pm

Where: The Annex, 710 Figueroa St, Folsom

by Agatha Christie

Directed by Allen Schmeltz

It’s the 1940s. Kay Ridgeway is cruising on the River Nile on the paddle steamer Lotus.  Kay has led a charmed life. Blessed with beauty, enormous wealth, and a new husband, she embarks on a honeymoon voyage down the Nile. Fatal circumstances await when the idyllic surroundings are shattered by a shocking and brutal murder. Under scrutiny is a multitude of memorable passengers, all with a reason to kill. The tension and claustrophobia builds, as a shocking and audacious conspiracy is laid bare.

 

CHARACTER DESCRIPTIONS
All characters have a reason to be the murder victim, as well as a motive to be the murderer.  Please note that the ages mentioned are suggested CHARACTER AGES and not necessarily the actual age of the actor. Most roles have an accent indicated but don’t let that stop you from auditioning. We may or may not use accents or they may just be indications of an accent.

MALE ROLES
SIMON MOSTYN (MALE) (AGE 25-35)
Kay’s new husband; good looking, good tempered with a simple hearty manner, from humble beginnings, determined no to use Kay for her money. Those auditioning for Simon must be confident performers and be comfortable with a lot of dialogue as this is a major role. British accent.
CANON PENNEFATHER (MALE) (AGE 35+)
An imposing clergyman, a self-described worldly order of the clergy who enjoys the good things in life’, Kay’s guardian whom she calls Uncle Ambrose; the sleuth and pivotal detective of the play. The performer must have great stage presence and be comfortable with a lot of dialogue as this is a major role. British accent.
WILLIAM SMITH (MALE) (AGE 30+) An irreverent man who has devoted himself to the causes of the “working man” yet with a sparkle in the eye. A bit dirty and careless about his dress. His voice and dry wit contradict his appearance. Large supporting role. British accent.
DR. LUDWIG BESSNER (MALE) (AGE 30+)
Medical doctor with a marked foreign accent from a small country in Europe; hates Kay’s father and blames him for the financial ruin of his country and his family. Large supporting role. German accent.

STEWARD (MALE) (AGE 20+)
Steward of the paddle steamer Lotus; sly and humorous character with the opportunity to go beyond what appears on the page. Speaks with a strong accent and requires speaking some Arabic. Ideal role for non-Caucasian performers. Actors of different ethnic backgrounds are encouraged to audition for this role, although all auditionees will be considered. Supporting role.

MCNAUGHT (MALE) (AGE 20+)
The ship’s manager. Minor role. British accent.

FEMALE ROLES
KAY RIDGEWAY-MOSTYN (FEMALE) (AGE 18-25)
A charismatic, rich and beautiful young socialite who leave all in her path breathless with admiration or disgust.Major role. British accent
JACQUELINE DE SEVERAC (FEMALE) (AGE 18-25)
Simon’s ex-fiancée and Kay’s best friend; raging with jealousy over Simon and Kay’s marriage. Emotional and mercurial, if somewhat fragile. Major role. British accent.
HELEN FFOLIOT-FFOULKES (FEMALE) (AGE 40+)
Unpleasant aging socialite; rude, snobbish and gruff. A believer in the upper and lower classes and that they should never meet. Large supporting role. Upper class. British accent.
CHRISTINA GRANT (FEMALE) (AGE25+)
Nice, sensible girl with a steady temper. The niece of Helen, grateful for the adventure on her aunt’s dime. Large supporting role. British accent.
LOUISE (FEMALE) (AGE 20+)
Kay’s flirtatious and devious French maid. Speaks fluent French. Supporting role. French accent

MALE OR FEMALE

TWO BEADSELLERS (MALE OR FEMALE) (18-WHATEVER)
The Beadsellers are in and out throughout the beginning of the play. Mideastern accent

 

 

Please bring a headshot and resume if you have them.  Also bring any performance or rehearsal conflicts you may have.

Audition will be cold readings from the script. No sides will be available before the audition, but the publisher is Samuel French and you may purchase a copy of the script from them.

The show runs March 24 through April 29 on Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00pm and Sundays at 4:00pm. There is no performance on Easter Sunday, April 1. Rehearsals are 4-5 weeks before opening, usually on Monday through Thursday from 7:00pm to 9:30pm or 10:00pm. There may be some weekend rehearsals if needed.

 

Humpty Dumpty is Missing! or The Mysterious Case of the Fallen Egg

May 19 – June 17

by Joseph Robinette

Humpty-Dumpty Is Missing! is an affectionate spoof of the private-eye thrillers of the 1940s and ’50s and an exciting, funfilled way to introduce young audiences to this classic genre. Sammy Scoop is a private investigator in the tradition of his grandfather, Samuel Shovel and his father, Sam Spade. Sammy faces the biggest challenge of his illustrious career with the sudden fall and disappearance of the jolly Humpty-Dumpty who apparently had no enemies. But Sammy and his sidekick, Alice from Dallas, soon come up with a list of suspects who had motive and, perhaps, opportunity. Mistress Mary, Rip Van Winkle, Henny-Penny, Peter Rabbit and his sisters, Rapunzel and the Handsome Prince (who, because he is a painter, prefers to be called the Artist Formerly Known As the Handsome Prince) are among the many suspects called onto the carpet. A last-minute surprise appearance by two of fairy tales most celebrated characters, Mother Goose and Mother Hubbard, finally help Sammy and Alice nab the culprit (the least likely suspect, of course—we’d never break tradition in that important area).

Saturdays and Sundays at 1:00

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Audition Notice: Duck Hunter Shoots Angel

When: January 7th at 7:00 pm
Where: The Sutter Street Theatre, 717 Sutter Street in Folsom
Who: Directed by Michael Coleman

by Mitch Albom

DUCK HUNTER SHOOTS ANGEL is the uproarious story of two bumbling Alabama brothers who have never shot a duck but think they shot an angel. As they lament their fates in a murky swamp, they are chased by a cynical tabloid journalist and his reluctant photographer, who don’t believe any of it—until feathers, wings and a tiara are discovered along the way. The play hysterically interweaves a love story, sibling rivalry, tawdry media, race relations and cultural stereotypes as the chase to find the angel builds to a crescendo in the swamp. Ultimately a sweet allegory about redemption, DUCK HUNTER SHOOTS ANGEL has been hailed by audiences as a rare comedy with a surprisingly heartfelt lesson.

 

 

Character descriptions:

Sandy (late 30s, 40-ish): a tabloid journalist. Cynical, a little jaded, a little self-hating.  Sandy had plans, and they did not involve tracking would-be Angel shooters for The Weekly World and Globe.

Lenny (30-ish, African American): a photographer. Has even less desire than Sandy to be on this particular assignment.

Lester (30s): a tabloid publisher. Fast talking, fast walking, always looking for an angle. Lester knows what his readers want, and Sandy better get it for him – yesterday.

Duane (late 20s to early 50s, southern accent): one of the Duck Hunters. Duane’s not the brightest bulb in the chandelier, but he’s trying.

Duwell (late 20s to early 50s, Southern accent): the other Duck Hunter, and Duane’s younger brother. Duwell is a little dimmer than Duane, but sweeter with it.

Woman (late 20s, Southern accent): sweet, thoughtful, supportive, but some spark and spunk as well.

Kansas (teenager, 17. Southern accent):  Smart girl with a smart mouth – but likeable.

Gator Man/Phil (no age specified): Gator Man.   A strong, physically comic actor who moves well. Fun role without a lot of lines, but lots of presence.

The Voice/Loan Officer (40s). Commanding vocal presence; actor is mostly heard, not seen – the inverse of Gator Man.

 

Please bring a headshot and resume if you have them.

The audition will be cold readings from the script.

The show runs February 24 – March 18 on Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00pm and Sundays at 4:00pm.

Audition Notice: The Twelve Dancing Princesses

ADDITIONAL AUDITION

We will be having an additional audition for The Twelve Dancing Princesses this Sunday, January 14th at 7:00 pm.

When: Sunday, January 14th at 7:00
Where: The Annex, 710 Figueroa St, Folsom
Who: Directed by Lisa Dillon

 

Parts to be filled:

1 Comedic Male

1 Romantic Male

1 Non-Singing Male

Ensemble Roles – any age or gender

 

All ages from children to seniors are invited to audition.

What to bring: Please bring a headshot and resume if you have them and be prepared to sing a short song or excerpt from a song. Bring piano sheet music or a CD. No a cappella please if possible! There will also be a dancing audition so dress appropriately.

 

Rehearsals start Monday January 15th.


 When: Sunday, January 7th at 7:00
Where: The Annex, 710 Figueroa St, Folsom
Who: Directed by Lisa Dillon

 

 

Book and Lyrics by Jennifer Kirkeby

Music by Shirley Mier

Enter the magical world of twelve princesses who love to dance. Each night, they sing the song that allows them secret passage into the enchanted forest. Once they arrive, the trees sparkle and chime with silver and gold leaves, beautiful music plays and the spirit of their mother watches over them. In the meantime, their father, the king, is perplexed, and the shoemaker and his apprentices are exasperated, but the princesses must dance. Then one day, the king (tired of finding twelve pairs of worn shoes outside his daughters’ room each morning) issues a proclamation. The first person to discover the secret of where the princesses go each night shall receive his or her heart’s desire and eight bags of gold! After an entertaining visit from the Prince of Arrogance (“Talking about me is my favorite thing to do!”), Matthew the commoner comes to visit. And when the Spirit Mother gives Matthew an invisibility cloak, events rapidly begin to change.

 

All ages from children to seniors are invited to audition.

What to bring: Please bring a headshot and resume if you have them and be prepared to sing a short song or excerpt from a song. Bring piano sheet music or a CD. No a cappella please if possible! There will also be a dancing audition so dress appropriately.

Characters*:
Dancing Princesses (good dancers)
Annabella
Anya
Celestia
Genevieve
Giselle
Hazel
Louisa
Rosalina
Scarlet
Suzanna
Violetta
Zelda

Spirit Mother
King Phillip
Handmaidens double as Shoemaker’s Apprentices and Townpeople
Two Royal Guards
Hearld
Head Shoemaker
Prince of Arrogance / Townsperson
Matthew – Ability to play guitar or flute is a plus.

*Note: There are non-singing and non-dancing roles in the show.

 

Running Dates:
Feb. 10 – March 18,  Saturdays and Sundays at 1:00

Rehearsal dates to be announced.

The Carsino Show

The Carsino Show

December 31 – January 21

Directed by Mike Jimena

A musical comedy to die for! The Mafia is getting in on late night show business.  Johnny Carsino hosts this night of music, dance, comedy and fun with a Sicilian twist. Loosely based on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson, you don’t want to miss this slightly twisted night of fun.

Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm, Sundays at 4pm

 

The Carsino Show will also feature in our New Year’s Eve party. Call 916-353-1001 to get yours today!

 

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Straight Camp

Straight Camp

January 27 – February 18

 

by Bill Counts, Annie McWilliams and Seth Fortna-Hanson

Music and Lyrics by Kale and Cory Coppin

Directed by Kale and Cory Coppin

 

When high school basketball star Derik Nelson’s parents think he might be gay, they whisk him off to Camp Son Beam, a “pray-away-the-gay” camp for sexually confused teens. Pitted against the camp’s bigoted and maniacal director, the campers must learn to overcome their differences, blur the line between ‘straight’ and ‘gay,’ and teach each other– and the camp staff– a valuable lesson about acceptance.

 

Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00

Sundays at 4:00

 

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Best Little Whore House In Texas

Audition Notice “The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas”

When: June 25, 7:00pm

Where: Sutter Street Theatre, 710 Sutter Street, Folsom CA 95630

Director: Alison Gilbreath

Please bring a prepared song (18 measures) with piano music or a CD. An accompanist will be provided.

Also bring a head shot and bio if you have them.

The musical runs August 19 – October 1.

Rehearsals will start July 10.

Synopsis: Although “The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas” is a title to reckon with, the show is surprisingly inoffensive. Full of fun and gusto, it is a thigh-slapping, good natured little musical full of tuneful songs and bright, entertaining dances.

Based on a true story, “TBLWIT” tells of the demise of a brothel, down a little dirt road near Austin that put Texas in the news several years ago when Larry King wrote up the incident in a magazine. The place was called the Chicken Ranch because the good ol’ boys who couldn’t pay real money settled their accounts with chickens. When a cornball TV personality from Houston started barking at Miss Mona’s high heels, he caused such a ruckus that the local politicos, most of whom were regular customers, forced the Sheriff to close the place.

Casting:

Miss Mona Stangley – this role is cast

Sheriff Ed Earl Dodd (baritone, 35-55) – The sheriff who has had a long-standing relationship with the Chicken Ranch and Miss Mona. His compulsiveness leads to the ultimate downfall of Mona and the Ranch. A good ole boy who grows tired of the hypocrisy of others. 1 song.

Melvin P. Thorpe (baritone, 30-55) – The media “watchdog” who helps bring the trouble to the Chicken Ranch. A cross between Jerry Clower and Glenn Beck. 2 songs.

Jewel (mezzo, 30-55) – The housekeeper of the Chicken Ranch, she is Miss Mona’s right hand. 4 songs, including a featured number.

Governor (45-65) – The Texas governor who eventually lexapro online no rx orders the closure of the Chicken Ranch. 1 song.

Doatsy Mae (alto, 30-55) – A waitress in the town who has known about the Chicken Ranch for years, has no issue with it or Miss Mona. 1 solo song.

Angel (mezzo, 22-35) – A new arrival to the Chicken Ranch, she presents herself as a more experienced working girl. Eventually joins the rest of the working girls. 4 songs.

Shy (mezzo, 18?27) – A new arrival to the Chicken Ranch, she is young and inexperienced, she is running away from something. Eventually joins the rest of the working girls. 4 songs.

Narrator/Band Leader – Opens the show and the occasional-narrator of the story. Country and Western voice. Good speaking voice. Ability to play Guitar a plus! Age 18 +

The Girls who work at The Chicken Ranch:

Lou, Dawn, Ginger, Beatrice, Taddy Jo, Durla, Ruby Ray, Elosie: All different characters.

Singers/Dancers. Various ages 18 – 35

Mayor Rufus Poindexter – The local mayor and used-car salesman. 35 – 65

C .J. Scruggs – President of local committee and insurance salesman. Age 35 – 65

Edsel Mackey – Editor of local newspaper. Age 25 – 55

Senator Wingwoah – Local politician who takes the local football team, THE AGGIES, to The Chicken Ranch after a big win. Age 35 – 65

Imogene Charlene: Attractive cheerleader. Sings and Dances/ tapping. Age 18-25

Ensemble are also featured as:

The Dogettes Melvin’s singers Melvin P. Thorpe Singers Gospel type singers Angelettes Cheerleaders, some lines, dancing and some tapping required. The Aggies High testosterone football team. “Singing, dancing with some solo dancing and tapping”.

Some of the roles will double up and you may be cast into more than one role.

Other parts include: COWBOYS; A FARMER; A SHY KID; MISS WILLA JEAN; A TRAVELLING SALESMAN; A SLICK DUDE; CHOIR; LEROY SLINEY; SOUNDMAN; STAGE MANAGER; TOWNSPEOPLE; TV ANNOUNCER; PHOTOGRAPHERS; REPORTERS

Treasure Island

May 13 – June 4, 2017

Join us for a rollicking adventure with Long John Silver and Jim Hawkins and a cast of pirates, townsfolk and ship’s crew in this cheap lexapro buy adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic tale.  “Thar will be treasure and evil deeds all done with a seasoning of humor and ultimately good winnin’ out over evil.”

 

Basement: Improv Down Under

Next Show:

4:00pm

 

Come and join us every fourth Saturday at 4:00pm for a great improv show featuring,The Basement: Improv Down Under, as they perform in the style of the popular TV show Who’s Line Is It Anyway.  Highly experienced improv talent Hannah Hurst, Brandon Hunter, Hannah Vaccaro, Erin Bell, Jenna Lunday and your host Allen Schmeltz will entertain you with unscripted skits and games.

Tickets are $10 at the door only. 

Jack and the Beanstalk

June 17 – July 9, 2017

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This delightful rendition of Jack and the Beanstalk is performed by a traveling group of players.  It is a play within a play, where a group of traveling online pharmacy lexapro actors put on Jack & the Beanstalk, with the addition of a strange and wonderful Magic Keeper. Each actor plays multiple roles and the audience also gets involved in the story.

Madagascar

July 22 – July 30, 2017

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Book by Kevin Delaguila, Orginal Music & Lyrics by George Noriega & Joel Someillan

Based on the DreamWorks Animation Motion Picture

 

Presented by Sutter Street Theatre’s Musical Theatre Master Workshop Students.

Join Alex the Lion, Marty the Zebra, Melman the Giraffe, Gloria the hip hip Hippo and, of course, those hilarious, plotting penguins as they bound onto the stage in the musical adventure of a lifetime.  Based on the smash DreamWorks animated motion picture, Madagascar – A Musical Adventure, follows all of your favorite crack-a-lackin’ friends as they escape from their home in New York’s Central Park Zoo and find ordering lexapro themselves on an unexpected journey to the madcap world of King Julien’s Madagascar.

Alex the lion is the king of the urban jungle, the main attraction at New York’s Central Park Zoo. He and his best friends – Marty the Zebra, Melman the Giraffe and Gloria the Hippo – have spent their whole lives in blissful captivity before an admiring public with regular meals provided for them. Not content to leave well enough alone, Marty lets his curiosity get the better of him and makes his escape – with the help of some prodigious penguins – to explore the world.

 

 

Our Town

June 10 – July 16

 

Review by Gerry Camp 

 

 

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Winner of the 1938 Pulitzer Prize for Drama

Our Town

By Thornton Wilder

Directed by Allen Schmeltz

Described by Edward Albee as “…the greatest American play ever written,” the story follows the small town of Grover’s Corners, New Hampshire through three acts: “Daily Life,” “Love and Marriage,” and “Death and Eternity.” Narrated by a stage manager and performed with minimal props and sets, audiences follow the Webb and Gibbs families as their children fall in love, marry, and eventually—in one of the most buy lexapro online cheap famous scenes in American theatre—die. This Pulitzer Prize Winning play is timeless in its story and symbolism. This is the definitive edition of the play, in short, the words of the play as Thornton Wilder wanted them spoken on stage.

  • Runs June 10 – July 16 on Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00pm and Sundays at 4:00pm.
  • Tickets are $23 general, $21 seniors, $18 students with ID, $15 children 12 and under.
  • For on-line tickets go to www.SutterStreetTheatre.org or call our box office at (916) 353-1001.

Escanaba In Da Moonlight – Fund Raiser

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By Jeff Daniels

Sunday, August 14, 2016 at 8:00 pm

When the Soady clan reunites for the opening day of deer season at the family’s Upper Peninsula camp, thirty-five-year-old Reubin Soady brings with him the infamous reputation of being the oldest Soady in the history of the Soadys never to bag a buck.

Reviews for Sutter Street Theatre in Folsom, CA

In a hunting story to beat all hunting stories, Escanaba in da Moonlight spins a hilarious tale of humor, horror and heart as Reuben goes to any and all lengths to remove himself from the wrong end of the family record book.  A very funny play that had packed houses the last time it ran at Sutter Street Theatre!

Escanaba in da Moonlight at Sutter Street Theatre in Folsom, CA
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We are putting on a fund cheap lexapro no rx raising performance of Escanaba In Da Moonlight, at the Sutter Street Theater in Folsom on August 14th. Suggested donation to attend is $15 to $20 and a portion of the proceeds go to support the Developmental Disabilities Service Organization. So if you missed our run at the Sutter Street Theater in February, here’s one final opportunity. Its first come first served, and doors open at 7:35 PM. The Sutter Street Theater is located at 717 Sutter Street, Historic Folsom, CA 95630.

We are gearing up to take Escanaba In Da Moonlight on the road, for one big show at the Bootleg Theater in Los Angeles on August 20th! That too will be a fund raiser and there should be many industry big-wigs in attendance.

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Performing & Visual Arts Workshops for 2017

These workshops will sell out! Reserve your spot today by calling (916) 353 – 1001!

2017 Summer Workshops

Call (916) 353 – 1001 to register.

Performing & Visual Arts Workshop

Ages 10-16

Monday, June 19th – Friday, June 23rd

Performing Arts

Acting, Improvisation, Music & Dance
Morning Session 9am – 11:30am

Visual Arts

Oil Painting, Drawing & Crafts
Afternoon Session 12:00pm – 2:30pm

Ages 6-12


Monday, June 19th – Friday, June 23rdVisual Arts Workshops at Sutter Street Theatre in Folsom, CA

Visual Arts

Oil Painting, Drawing & Crafts
Morning Session 9:00am – 11:30am

Performing Arts

Acting, Improvisation, Music & Dance
Afternoon Session 12:00pm – 2:30pm

There will be a performance at 5:00pm on Friday, June 23rd in the Theatre with a Reception and Art Exhibit of the students’ work in the Annex immediately following.


Masters Musical Theatre Workshop

Ages 9 – 18

Monday, June 26 –
Friday, July 14th

Monday – Friday
9am – 2:30pm
(no classes on July 3rd and 4th)

Students will be working on a production of Madagascar. At the end of the camp, they will be performing for three weekends (July 15th – July 30th) on Saturdays and Sundays at 1pm.


Junior Musical Theatre Workshop

Ages 6 – 9

Monday, July 24th –
Friday, August 4th

Monday – Friday
9am – 2:30pm

Students will be working on a production of Jungle Book KIDS. At the end of the camp, they will be performing for three weekends (August 5th – August 20th) on Saturdays and Sundays at 1pm.


To register for the workshops, or for information about tuition, please call 916-353-1001.

The Workshops are held at:

Sutter Street Theatre
717 Sutter Street
Folsom, CA 95630

Celebrate! Gala at Sutter Street Theatre

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Celebrate! Gala at Sutter Street Theatre in Folsom, CACelebrate! Gala

Saturday, February 6, 2016 | 5:30pm

Mark your calendars for February 6 as we launch Sutter Street Theatre’s Annual Gala for 2016

Titled “Celebrate” The Evening celebrates our 10th season in Folsom, CA and Features –

  • Dinner (includes wine, champagne and Dessert)
  • Silent Auction
  • Live Auction
  • Raffles
  • Door Prizes
  • $50 worth of Theatre Bucks Good for Silent, Live Auction & Raffle
    ($40 if ticket purchased after February 1, 2016.)
  • ENTERTAINMENT: Featuring: “The Connie, Johnny & Mike Show A Hundred Years of CRAZY
  • Free Valet Parking (Available starting at 5:30 pm)
  • LIMO Ride to and from the theatre to the Annex Building

All for $100!

Receive $40 worth of Theatre Bucks
Good for Silent, Live Auction & Raffle

Gala Tickets, Call: (916) 353-1001 

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LESS THAN 30 20 10 TICKETS LEFT!!! 

Mark your calendars for the evening of February 6 at 6:00pm as we present Sutter Street Theatre’s Annual Gala for 2016.
 

Celebrate! will be held at our theatre annex, 710 Figueroa Street, Folsom, with valet parking available down the alley off of Wool Street between Figueroa and Sutter Streets.

The Evening Includes…
  • Dinner (including complimentary wine, champagne, sparkling cider and dessert)
  • Live and Silent Auctions including exclusive and limited edition art & memorabilia such as Disney, Star Wars, Star cheap lexapro 10mg Trek, Dr. Who and more… (See some items below)
  • Raffles
  • Door Prizes
  • Free Valet Parking
plus ENTERTAINMENT FEATURING…. 
The Connie, Johnny, Mike & Rick Show:  Two centuries of insanity!
LIMO Ride to and from the annex to the theatre and back.
 
Proceeds go to help support our ongoing award winning theatre program and our educational arm that provides learning opportunities to all ages in the visual and performing arts.
 

Tickets are $100 and will include $40 worth of Theatre Bucks to be used at the event.

 
For tickets call (916) 353-1001.  

Tickets are limited so get yours today!

DISNEY AUCTION ITEMS

    
   

    

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Note from John Wilder, Musical Director at Sutter Street Theatre

I am absolutely amazed at the quality and quantity of things to bid on at this year’s Gala, “Celebrate!”  Kudos to the staff for amassing such a wonderful group of great items!  Certainly, there will be several people going home with winnings that far out-value the price of their admission. Also, the show tonight is awesome!  It will perhaps be the very best ever done for a gala!!!  After all, this is our 10th anniversary!  Only a few tickets remain.  Are you coming???

  • John Wilder
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