Sacramento arts: March offers theater, concerts, art, more

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Tommy Castro will play in Sacramento at The Crest on March 12. Jayson Carpenter Spring has sprung, and what better time to check out some of the arts and entertainment experiences available? Look for an old favorite, or try something new; there’s something for everyone in March. Now through March […]

Tommy Castro will play in Sacramento at The Crest on March 12.

Tommy Castro will play in Sacramento at The Crest on March 12.

Spring has sprung, and what better time to check out some of the arts and entertainment experiences available? Look for an old favorite, or try something new; there’s something for everyone in March.

Now through March 13: Sacramento Theatre Company presents August Wilson’s “Fences.” This Pulitzer and Tony award winning play will star Michael J. Asberry and be directed by James Wheatley. For more information see sactheatre.org.

March 1: Ace of Spades hosts Kaleo, “Fight or Flight Tour.” For more information go to aceofspadessac.com.

March 2: April 10 the B Street Theatre presents “Lovers and Executioners.” More information and tickets are available at bstreettheatre.org.

March 5: The Crocker Art Museum hosts “Art on the Spectrum.” Children on the autism spectrum or with other developmental differences and their caregivers can experience a morning of artistic exploration. Register in advance and find more information at crockerart.org.

March 5: The UC Davis Symphony Orchestra will perform at the Mondavi Center. The performance includes the world premiere of “Three Pieces from the Pandemic.” For more information and tickets go to mondaviarts.org.

March 5: The Sacramento Philharmonic and Opera performs “Romantic Rachmaninoff.” The performance will be conducted by Ankush Kumar Bahl, and Elissa Lee Koljonen is the featured violinist. For more information and tickets, go to sacphilopera.org.

March 6: Randy Houser will play at Ace of Spades. For more information go to aceofspadessac.com.

March 6 and 20: Bridgerton fans are welcome to take a special tour at the Crocker, to help tide you over to the next season. Register in advance and find more information at crockerart.org.

March 9 and 10: Kinetech Arts will perform at the Mondavi Center. This group combines the work of dancers, scientists and digital artists to create their performances. For more information and tickets go to mondaviarts.org.

March 10: ArtMix pARTy returns to the Crocker. This event celebrates local artists and the resilience of creativity. ArtMix pARTy features battling DJs, an aerialist, live funk music, clay play, art talks and comic interludes. Register in advance and find more information at crockerart.org.

March 10: The Crest Sacramento hosts Trevor Wallace’s “Are You that Guy?” Tour. For tickets and more information, go to crestsacramento.com.

March 11-12: Dresher Davel Invented Instrument Duo will play at the Mondavi Center. The duo performs live on a pair of huge, invented musical instruments. For more information and tickets go to mondaviarts.org.

March 11-13: The Sacramento Theatre Company presents “A Whole New Broadway,” featuring students in their YPC Program. This PG-13 show focuses on inclusivity, and reminds the audience that silenced voices must be heard. For more information go to sactheatre.org.

March 12: SBL Entertainment presents Eileen Ivers at the B Street at the Sofia. For tickets and more information go to bstreettheatre.org.

March 12: The Crest presents “Bad Ass Blues with Elvin Bishop & Tommy Castro and the Painkillers. For tickets and more information, go to crestsacramento.com.

March 12: The Mondavi Center presents “Academy of St. Martin in the Fields with Joshua Bell.” For more information and tickets go to mondaviarts.org.

March 13: The Crocker hosts Kids & Co. Gallery Adventures. This fun and educational way to introduce kids ages 5 and up to art is different every month. Register in advance and find more information at crockerart.org.

March 13: the Crocker also hosts Classical Concerts with Duo Imaginalis. Register in advance and find more information at crockerart.org.

March 15: The Crest hosts Kenny Wayne Shepherd. For tickets and more information, go to crestsacramento.com.

March 15: Ace of Spades hosts Yungblud, “The Life on Mars Tour.” For more information go to aceofspadessac.com.

March 16-April 17: Capital Stage presents “Pass Over.” This is the Sacramento premiere of a 2018 New York Times Critics’ Pick. For more information and tickets, go to capstage.org.

March 18: The Mondavi Center presents “Ballet Folklórico de México de Amalia Hernández.” For more information and tickets go to mondaviarts.org.

March 18-20: Sac Theatre hosts “HMS Pinafore” in concert. For more information and tickets go to sactheatre.org.

March 24: Finnegan Blue Trio will play at the Crocker as part of their series “Global Rhythms.” Register in advance and find more information at crockerart.org.

March 24: The Crest presents “Loolowningen (Japan) with Medicore Cafe, Dogs Barking, and Gentleman Surfer.” For tickets and more information, go to crestsacramento.com.

March 25: Ace of Spades hosts Elle King, “Drunk and I Don’t Wanna Go Home Tour.” For more information go to aceofspadessac.com.

March 25: The Mondavi Center presents “Matthew Whitaker Quintet.” For more information and tickets go to mondaviarts.org.

March 25: “Piff the Magic Dragon” will be at the Crest. For tickets and more information, go to crestsacramento.com.

March 26: “Meow Meow,” a cabaret performance will be at the Mondavi Center. For more information and tickets go to mondaviarts.org.

March 28: Ace of Spades hosts The Regrettes. For more information go to aceofspadessac.com.

March 31: SBL Entertainment presents “Midnight North” at the Sofia. For tickets and more information go to bstreettheatre.org.

March 31: The Mondavi Center hosts Dr. Ibram X. Kendi, one of America’s foremost historians and a leading antiracist scholar. For more information and tickets go to mondaviarts.org.

March 31-April 3: Sac Theatre will present “Over the Moon.” This cabaret performance features groundbreaking musicals of the 70s, 80s, and 90s. For tickets and more information go to sactheatre.org.

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