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Oscar Wilde’s ‘An Ideal Husband’ shines light on the topic of marriage at Free Fall Stage in Folsom

Every woman knows that her ideal husband can turn out to be, well, a nice enough man, but maybe not so “ideal” after all. Well, Oscar Wilde had plenty to say about the ...

'Mousetrap' keeps audience guessing in Folsom murder mystery

The setting for Agatha Christie's "The Mousetrap" is a quaint English home with rooms for rent, with the possibility of a murderer and two victims trapped in a storm. ...

Shakespeare tale gets revamped in Jane Austen-like time period in Folsom

FOLSOM, CA - Power hungry, punitive, hypocritical ? sound like any boss, politician or leader that you?ve known? ?Measure for Measure? rings as true today as when Shakespeare penne ...

Nostalgia is cornerstone of 'Our Town' in Folsom

FOLSOM, CA - If you?re wondering how a playwright goes about winning a Pulitzer Prize, Thornton Wilder?s ?Our Town? is a classic case study. And if you?re wondering how a theater c ...

Vista del Lago High School gets in Seuss mood for new show

Dr. Seuss characters will come to life in ?Seussical? the musical, performed by Vista del Lago High School Performing Arts. The musical was penned by Tony winners Lynn Ahrens and S ...

Fantasy, comedy at heart of Folsom's Sutter Street offerings

What do Bilbo and Gollum, and Oscar and Felix have in common? They are both odd couples that will appear on Sutter Street Theatre?s stage in Historic Folsom. Choosing the two shows ...

'Escanaba' is comedic kick at Sutter Street Theatre in Folsom

Pull up a seat, kick back, grab a mason jar of sweet sap whiskey and listen to the Soady family’s far-fetched tale of UFOs, Indians and bagging the perfect buck. Set entirely in ...

Job interviews skewered on Folsom stage

For anyone who has entered the work force, you know how intimidating a job interview can be. And for those who have screened prospective employees, you know what kind of interestin ...

'Narnia' world explored on local stage

In real-life stories, when good battles evil, the good aren’t always so good, and the evil — well, sometimes they kind of have a point. But when C.S. Lewis conceived his epic s ...

‘Cabaret’ shines light on Nazi rise, racism

Stylish, seedy, sexy and saucy are all apt descriptions of Sutter Street Theatre’s production of “Cabaret.” Another would be thought provoking. The meaty drama depicts German ...