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Sutter Street Theatre continues its holiday tradition

Reliving Folsom's history —€” Actors Mike Jimena, standing, and Nicole Beigh, Sage Innerarity, Joanna Rehwald, in doorway from top to bottom, play some of Folsom's most interesting characters from the 1800s in "Holiday in the Hills." Photo by Allen Schmeltz
Reliving Folsom's history —€” Actors Mike Jimena, standing, and Nicole Beigh, Sage Innerarity, Joanna Rehwald, in doorway from top to bottom, play some of Folsom's most interesting characters from the 1800s in "Holiday in the Hills." Photo by Allen Schmeltz

FOLSOM — In what will be the sixth of an annual holiday tradition, Sutter Street Theatre’s Historic District location takes center stage.

“Holiday in the Hills,” set in late 1800s in Folsom, features favorites of the season and is based on real people who were active in Folsom’s life in that time period. Written by Sutter Street Theatre’s Mike Jimena and Connie Mockenhaupt, this musical is appropriate for all ages and guaranteed to put you in the holiday spirit!

Mockenhaupt directs and choreographs the production.

“Holiday in the Hills” opens Saturday, Dec. 3, and runs Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 4 p.m. plus extra weekday performances Dec. 19-23 (closing performance) at 7 p.m.

A special opening night reception will take place after the performance on Dec. 3. Guests will get a chance to eat and drink and meet the cast.

Tickets range from $15 to $23. Group rates are available. Call for reservations at (916) 353-1001 or make reservations online at SutterStreetTheatre.com. Previous years’ shows have sold out so get your tickets early.

Sutter Street Theatre is located at 717 Sutter St. in the historic Folsom District.

 

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