His reign as King of the Blues has been as long as that of any monarch on earth. Yet B.B. King continues to wear his crown well. At age 76, he is still light on his feet, singing and playing… Continue Reading →
This special performance will feature a Chamber Music concert with Middle Eastern and Western Music by SonaTrio + One (Bruce Belton: clarinet, Cherie Gans: violin, Alan Clark: cello, and Ellen Southard: piano). SonaTrio brings a concert that blends the musical… Continue Reading →
2nd Saturday ArtHop is a popular, growing monthly arts event. We are currently seeking artists for October to December 2011. Fall ArtHop events are really well attended. We’ve added new venues and they are filling up fast. Contact us ASAP… Continue Reading →
The Root’s script party has outgrown its previous location but there’s still no admission fee for a night of fine wine, beer and food as The Root Theatre reads from another potential project. Socializing starts at 6pm with the play… Continue Reading →
Students at Redding City Ballet come and go, but the friendships, education and dance connections made in the dance studio continue to grow and will last forever thanks to the Internet and Facebook. Redding City Ballet is proud of the dancers that are going on to great things this coming season, but we are sad they won’t be in classes with us every day. However, this is the nature of a dance company, and while one door closes, another opens for new dancers to take … Continue Reading →
This is the month when all the training and rehearsal of the area’s dance companies comes to fruition and explodes onto stages like wild blossoms. This past weekend saw the major dance revues from Redding Dance Centre and Modern Gypsy. This… Continue Reading →
Comedy isn’t easy. And making it look easy takes of great deal of careful preparation. It is, as they say, all in the timing.
Mounting a full-scale musical is a daunting task for any theater and the enormous cost for performance rights and music royalties this type of show demands can hamper a community theater’s ability to do all they envision. Even so, the biggest challenge Riverfront’s … Continue Reading →
What: Brian Regan at the Cascade Theatre
When: June 24, 7:30 p.m.
Where: Cascade Theatre, 1733 Market St.
Cost: $46, tickets available here.
Brian Regan has distinguished himself as one of the premier comedians in the country with a perfect balance of sophisticated writing … Continue Reading →
What: Redding City Ballet Summer Dance Camp When: June 27 to July 15, Monday through Thursday, 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. Where: Redding City Ballet, 1726 Market Street, Redding, CA 96001 Tuition: $375. Register here. Students’ Daily Class Offerings: Ballet… Continue Reading →
Wanted: Actors. No theatrical experience necessary.
Required: Incarceration experience. Don’t bother applying if you haven’t done time behind bars.
Welcome to the bravely innovative Poetic Justice Project, a 2-year-old nonprofit organization dedicated to helping parolees reintegrate into society through the arts … Continue Reading →