Tag Archives: Sacramento Ballet

Faces and Places:
Nutcracker at the Clunie Center

On Saturday, Nov. 21, the Sacramento Ballet put on a special preview of the Nutcracker for the community at the Clunie Center. The ballet will take stage this year from Dec. 12-22. Best-known and most beloved of all Sacramento traditions,

Shop all things fabulous to support the Sacramento Children’s Home at beautiful Arden area benefit

Sacramento fashionistas won’t want to miss Haute Stuff, presented by Sactown Magazine. At this premiere spring event for the Sacramento Children’s Home, guests will shop a unique marketplace lined with fashion, home and lifestyle temptations. Local vintner and culinary partners

Bond of Brotherhood has inspired Gay Men’s Chorus through 30 years

As they count down the days until their one-night-only 30th anniversary concert spectacular, Sacramento Gay Men’s Chorus members are thinking about where they began and how far they’ve come. On May 8, the chorus will present “Milestones: Our Journey Continues”

On the Curbs

Ah, January 2015. Happy New Year East Sac Curbians! I hope 2014 was a good one for you all, and that 2015 will be even better. Peter, Wendy, Tinker Bell, the Lost Boys and Captain Hook. Put them together and

Pocket area ballerina to star in The Nutcracker Mutt

Meet Nikole Pocket resident 10-year-old Nikole Farina is a rising star in the ballet world. Nikole, who will be playing Clara, the opening weekend of Ron Cunningham’s The Nutcracker Mutt with the Sacramento Ballet, spoke with the Pocket News about

Faces and Places: Upark (UP+Park) featured garden party and free Sacramento Ballet performance

The Rooftop Alliance for the second year in a row transformed a Midtown parking garage into a pop-up urban park for an unforgettable garden party. In addition to showcasing Parking Day displays, event organizers had free yoga classes, corn-hole competitions,

Long-time ballerina retires from Sac Ballet

Sacramento Ballet dancer Montana native Isha Lloyd has announced her retirement from her first career. Spending nearly seven years with this “incredible family of professional artists”, as she describes her fellow dancers, Lloyd has unfortunately accumulated an incredible amount of

‘Three Stages’ regional arts complex will be powerful economic driver for the region

The stage –make that stages—are set for the opening next spring of a new 80,000-square foot regional arts complex on the campus of Folsom Lake College that promises to bring national and international acts, local performers, and student-created works of