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By From page B1 | March 08, 2012

MUSIC

El Dorado Hills

• Thursdays: El Dorado Hills Town Center and Van Hulzen Asset Management present the Live on the Boulevard concert series from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the Steven Young Amphitheater: Joy & Madness — eight-piece soul & funk explosion (June 22), Rockin’ Down the Hiway — Doobie Brothers and more (June 29), Super Huey — The Ultimate Huey Lewis Experience (July 6), Coffey Anderson — new country (July 13), Bella Donna — tribute to Stevie Nicks & Fleetwood Mac (July 20), Zeppelin Live — tribute (July 27), Mania — The live Beatles experience (Aug. 3), Kenny Metcalf as Elton John (Aug. 10), Island of Black & White — rock, reggae & blues (Aug. 17), Life in the Fastlane — Eagles tribute (Aug. 24), Skynnyn Lynnyrd — tribute (Aug. 31) and Folsom Lake Symphony’s Strike Up the Band! concert (Sept. 7).

• Fridays: The El Dorado Hills Community Services District presents summer concerts in Community Park beginning at 7 p.m.: Garratt Wilkin & the Parrotheads (June 23), Island of Black & White (July 14), Mike Furlong’s tribute to Tom Petty (July 28) and Cover Me Badd (Aug. 11).

• Saturdays: Enjoy live music at The Purple Place, 363 Green Valley Road: Revolution Beat (June 24), Code Blue (July 8).

Red Hawk Casino

Casino Stage Bar
1 Redhawk Parkway, Shingle Springs
redhawkcasino.com

• June: Brodie Stewart (June 23), Nathan Owens Band (June 24), Honky Tonk Boombox (June 25), The Spamatics (June 30).

• July: Rock Monsterz (July 1), Buck Ford (July 2), Bobby Zoppi & the Corduroys (July 7), Thunder Cover (July 8), Random Strangers (July 9), 80’z All Starz (July 14), Apple Z (July 15), Locked N Loaded (July 16), Big Bad Boogie Rock (July 21), Superbad (July 22), Kenny Frye (July 23), Night Fever (July 28), Tortilla Soup (July 29), Left of Cenrte (July 30).

Folsom

• Wednesdays: Palladio in Folsom announces its Summer Concert Series presented by Dignity Health and Mercy Medical Group. Shows are from 7 to 9 p.m.: The Department of Rock (June 21), Notorious (June 28), Gwen In Doubt (July 5), Hip Service (July 12), Pop Rocks (July 19), Swift Country (July 26), Pop Fiction (Aug. 2), Superlicious (Aug. 9), The Spazmatics (Aug. 16), Thunder Cover (Aug. 23) and Cheeseballs (Aug. 30).

THEATER

Harris Center for the Arts

10 College Parkway, Folsom
(916) 608-6888
HarrisCenter.net

• June 21: El Dorado Musical Theatre presents Best of Broadway featuring High Voltage at 7 p.m.

• June 24: El Dorado Dance Academy presents Summer Concert 2017: PORTRAITS at 10 a.m. and 5 p.m.

• June 25: Keyboard Conversations with Jeffrey Siegel: Keys to the Classics takes the stage at 1 p.m.

• July 7-16: El Dorado Musical Theatre presents Roald Dahl’s “Willy Wonka,” featuring two casts.

• July 10-14 and July 17-21: Folsom Lake College presents its Youth Arts Academy, 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily, for children ages 8-14. Register online at harriscenter.net.

• July 21-30: El Dorado Musical Theatre presents “Les Miserables,” school edition.

• July 25: SBL Entertainment presents Robert Cray Band at 7:30 p.m.

Folsom

• Through July 9: “Jack and the Beanstalk” presented by Sutter Street Theatre, 717 Sutter St., as part of its Family Series. For tickets or more information call (916) 353-1001 or visit sutterstreettheatre.com.

• Through July 16: “Our Town” presented by Sutter Street Theatre, 717 Sutter St., as part of its Off Broadway Series. For tickets or more information call (916) 353-1001 or visit sutterstreettheatre.com.

• July 15-22: “The Comedy of Errors” presented by Freefall Stage with performances at 8 p.m. at the Folsom Amphitheater July 15 & 16 and the Village Green Amphitheater in Rancho Cordova July 22 & 23. For tickets and more information visit freefallstage.com.

• July 15-30: “Madagascar” presented by Sutter Street Theatre, 717 Sutter St., as part of its Family Series. For tickets or more information call (916) 353-1001 or visit sutterstreettheatre.com.

• July 22 through Aug. 13: “Harvey” presented by Sutter Street Theatre, 717 Sutter St., as part of its Off Broadway Series. For tickets or more information call (916) 353-1001 or visit sutterstreettheatre.com.

Coloma

• June 23 through July 30: “All the World’s a Stage” or “Hey? Where’s My Script!?” presented by Olde Coloma Theatre, 380 Monument Road. For tickets and more information call (530)626-5282 or visit oldcolomatheatre.org.

Sacramento

• Through July 9: “Brilliant Traces” presented by Ovation Stage at the Three Penny Theatre, 1721 25th St. For tickets and more information call (916) 606-505 or visit ovationstage.com.

• Through July 23: “Hand to God” presented by B Street Theatre, 2711 B St., on the main stage. For tickets and more information call (916) 443-5300 or visit bstreettheatre.org.

• June 20 through July 2: “Beauty and the Beast” presented by Music Circus at the Wells Fargo Pavilion, 1419 H St. For tickets and more information call (916) 557-1999 or visit californiamusicaltheatre.com.

• June 21 through July 23: “Bad Jews” presented by Capital Stage, 2215 J St. For tickets and more information call (916) 995-5464 or visit capstage.org.

• June 28 through July 29: “An Act of God” presented by B Street Theatre, 2711 B St., as part of its B3 Series. For tickets and more information call (916) 443-5300 or visit bstreettheatre.org.

• July 6-22: “Paint It!” presented by Capital Stage, 2215 J St. For tickets and more information call (916) 995-5464 or visit capstage.org.

• July 11-16: “On the Town” presented by Music Circus at the Wells Fargo Pavilion, 1419 H St. For tickets and more information call (916) 557-1999 or visit californiamusicaltheatre.com.

• July 25-30: “9 to 5” presented by Music Circus at the Wells Fargo Pavilion, 1419 H St. For tickets and more information call (916) 557-1999 or visit californiamusicaltheatre.com.

ART

Folsom

• Through July 6: It’s Story Time, an exhibit featuring surrealist art with paintings and prints by Susan Silvester and digital art by Vincent DiLeo at the Gallert at 48 Natoma. For more information call (916) 355-7285.

• Through July 9: The Bank of America Gallery inside the Harris Center for the Arts hosts the Placerville Arts Association Spring Membership Show.

• June 24 through Sept. 3: The Folsom Historical Society presents Folsom’s Untold Stories at the Folsom History Museum. The exhibit will highlight some of the surprising and breathtaking ways that Folsom was transformed through local businesses, such as Bugby Winery and Pioneer Hardware. There will be an additional display presented by the Folsom Fire Department and many other stories about Folsom that you won’t want to miss. For more information call (916) 985-2707 or visit folsomhistoricalsociety.org.

Carmichael

• Through June 25: Sacramento Fine Arts Center presents its annual Focus on Fiber show and Korean Voices in Fiber. The fine arts center is located at 5330 Gibbons Drive. Find more information online at sacfinearts.org or call (916) 971-3713.

Sacramento

• Through July 1: The Viewpoint Photographic Art Center, 2015 J St., presents Jerry Berry: The Chi of Koi and Smoke & Jane Olin: On the Edge of Chance in its Main Gallery, photographers whose exhibits express a personal interpretation of the way of Zen — capturing their vision of tranquility and beauty. In the Step Up Gallery, Viewpoint features member photographer Anna Skacel and her rare and intimate views of village life in Ethiopia taken during her years in the Africa. For more information call (916) 441-2341 or visit viewpointgallery.org.

Crocker Art Museum

216 O St., Sacramento
(916) 808-7000
crockerartmuseum.org

• Through June 25: Forbidden Fruit: the works of Oregon-based sculptor Chris Antemann. In 2012 the renowned Meissen Porcelain Manufactory in Germany invited Antemann to collaborate with Meissen’s master artisans on a series of contemporary sculptures. The results are a grand installation that reinvents and invigorates the porcelain figurative tradition. Using the Garden of Eden as her metaphor, Antemann created a contemporary celebration of an 18th-century banquet.

• Through Sept. 17: Turn the Page: The First Ten Years of Hi-Fructose marks the tenth anniversary of the popular art magazine, Hi-Fructose. Highlighted are 51 contemporary artists whose work is not usually exhibited together. Each one is a master of their media and among the best in their field. Their different locations, perspectives and approaches to art-making lends each artist a unique voice and vision.

• Through Oct. 1: This year’s Kingsley Inspirations High School Art Show features artwork from regional high school students inspired by the Crocker Art Museum’s permanent collection and recent exhibitions. Founded in 1892, the Kingsley Art Club’s mission is to promote the knowledge and appreciation of art, and to promote and encourage the teaching of the arts. A reception will be held from 1 to 2;30 p.m. on Sunday, Oct 1.

• Through Oct. 1: Breathe California of Sacramento-Emigrant Trails, in partnership with the Crocker Art Museum and the Sacramento Air Quality Management District, presents art work from its 10th annual High School Clean Air Contest. Dedicated to healthy air and preventing lung and other air-pollution related diseases, Breathe California partners with youth, advocates for public policy and educates the public on clean air. The contest is coordinated with Breathe California’s annual Clean Air Awards.

• June 25 through Oct. 8: Full Spectrum: Paintings by Raimonds Staprans will feature the artist’s paintings, many that showcase the landscape and architecture of the Golden State, having an equal basis in reality and the artist’s imagination. Taut contours and bold hues define fields, marinas, isolated trees and architecture, all devoid of people, while scorching sunlight descends from skies of the deepest blue. His still lifes of fruit, artist materials and chairs share this pervasive loneliness, quality of light, and rich color — sometimes including a full prismatic spectrum.

California State Railroad Museum

111 I St., Sacramento
(916) 323-9280
csrmf.org

Now: Without Words is an interactive exhibit that focuses on the various non-verbal communication tools used by the railroad — and the science behind them — that allowed for railroad technicians to communicate at night, across distances and during challenging weather conditions such as heavy rain, dense fog and snow. The new Without Words exhibit will help museum visitors gain an appreciation for the bells, whistles, flags, lanterns and lights effectively used by the railroad for decades prior to modern electronic communication methods.

Now: Fast Track: The World of High Speed Rail features a high-speed train simulator with interactive controls and a digital projector that will allow guests to simulate the experience of piloting a modern high-speed train. Guests will also have the unique opportunity to board a life-size mockup of a high-speed train to experience the point-of-view of a passenger and learn more about the technology that makes it happen. This exhibit includes interactive maps that show high-speed rail throughout the world plus video elements, models and representations of differing approaches to high-speed rail design.

Now: Building America: Abraham Lincoln and the Union Pacific Railroad is a powerful exhibit that begins with the early history of President Abraham Lincoln and his steadfast support of the railroad, culminating with the signing of the Pacific Railroad Act in 1862. The exhibit highlights the construction of this – the world’s very first transcontinental railroad – and continues on to showcase how the Union Pacific Railroad has helped with “Building America” through natural disasters, wars and a changing transportation industry.

Specials

Sacramento

• Through July 10: The California Automobile Museum presents a limited time exhibit that will showcase a variety of colorful, fun and nostalgic Schwinn bicycles with details like high rise handle bars, “banana seats,” shock absorbers, chrome springer front ends with smaller drum brake wheels, rear tires with white letter slicks and, of course, the “stik shifter” (bikes that mimicked the dragsters burning up the quarter mile). For more information about the Schwinn Bicycles exhibit or the California Automobile Museum in general call (916) 442-6802 or visit calautomuseum.org.

• July 22-30: A fun and free family-friendly Sacratomato festival will kick-off the celebration followed by specials all week long in Midtown engaging restaurants and bars. The festival will take place on the grounds outside of Sutter’s Fort State Historic Park with entertaining chef demonstrations, hands-on children’s activities, live music and much more.  After that, the greater Sacramento community is invited to stroll through the Midtown Sutter District all week long visiting the local restaurants, bars and nightclubs to order and enjoy tomato-themed edibles and beverages bursting with the farm-fresh flavors that flourish in our agriculture-rich region.  For more information call (916) 442-1500 or exploremidtown.org.

• Now: Now in their eighth season, Old Sacramento Underground Tours give guests the unique opportunity to explore what’s been hidden beneath the city for more than 150 years, while uncovering the facts and legends that lie below historic buildings and sidewalks. Tour guests explore excavated foundations and enclosed pathways, while entertaining and knowledgeable tour guides recount the tales of the devastation, perseverance and determination that led to California’s only successful street-raising project. Regular tours of the underground last approximately one hour and cost $15 for adults, and $10 for youths (ages 6-17); children 5 and younger are free.

• Through October: Though they sell out quickly, the adult-only Underground After Hours tours are now offered most Thursday through Saturday evenings until mid-October. For the adult-only evening tours, guides will share some of the dark secrets and racy tales lurking in Old Sacramento’s underground history. The adult-only Underground After Hours evening tours last approximately an hour and a half and cost $20 per person (only guests 21 and older will be admitted).

• Through December: Old Sacramento guests can now experience what it was like to catch gold fever while getting actively involved in the intriguing and new Gold Fever! guided tours. Each tour guest has the unique opportunity to take on the persona of a character in history — or a “real-life rascal” — who scratched and clawed their way to make this area the center of the Gold Rush. Never the same tour twice, the all new Gold Fever! tours relive Sacramento’s early days when gold fever ruled amid horrible disasters that threatened fates and fortunes. To spice things up even more, elements of chance are introduced that could change the fate of tour guests. Through the course of the lively tours that meander through Old Sacramento, visitors find out if they successfully escaped the many floods, if they managed to keep their gold dust (or lose it all at the gambling tables) and if they survived the fires, disease and occasional steamboat explosion. Catch Gold Fever! tours by calling (916) 808-7059 or visiting sachistorymuseum.org.

Auditions

Coloma

• June 26: Olde Coloma Theatre will hold auditions for the  melodrama production of “The Whirling Dervish Of Coloma” or “Ladies, Gentlemen and Other?” at 6 p.m. This PG-13 melodrama will feature lovely ladies, heroic lawmen and a greedy villain. The show runs each weekend, Aug. 11 through Sept. 17. Per Olde Coloma Theatre policy only cast members 18 and older, (or 16 and older with parental permission) are encouraged to audition. The plot: “When a greedy villain, (known for burning down any establishment he can’t take over) sets his sights on the most famous Gentlemen’s Club in Coloma, Madame Dervish and her family of working ladies must fight for their lives (and their business). When two U.S. Marshalls track the villain to Coloma, it’s an all-out team effort to stop him before he can burn their livelihood and home to the ground … or, worse, defeat our heroes and take over. Olde Coloma Theatre is an all-volunteer non-profit 501(c)3 community theatre in the heart of Gold Rush country located next to Marshall Gold Discovery Historic State Park at 380 Monument Road in Coloma. For information call (530) 626-5282 or visit oldecolomatheatre.org.

• Now: Cantare Chorale of the Sierra Foothills announces auditions for tenor and bass parts. Cantare extends this warm invitation to talented musicians of any age with sight reading and vocal ensemble skills to audition and join its dedicated group. Cantare has enhanced the life of audiences and chorale members in El Dorado County in skilled and heartfelt musical performances for more than 25 years. In 2016 the group traveled to New York to perform in Carnegie Hall singing Handel’s Messiah. This successful experience has resulted in a second invitation to perform at Carnegie in April 2018 with the King’s Singers. October 2017 will find Cantare performing their HeartStrings concert repertoire in at least two local venues. To schedule an audition or to receive further [email protected] or call (530) 677-6964.

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