A World Premiere Musical Set For Berkeley Rep

by Chris Narloch

Northern California theater fans are in for a treat later this month, when a brand new, world premiere musical from the director of “Jersey Boys” opens at Berkeley Rep Theatre.

The highly anticipated new musical “Ain’t Too Proud: The Temptations Musical” charts the life and times of the group that many music fans and music critics consider the greatest R&B group of all time.

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Transgender Ban Would Cost $960 Million • RCC Business Leaders of the Year • Big Top Is a Paws to Party • CA Museum Opens Unity Center583

Great bullet points, huh? However, besides all that good stuff, we have lots of other fun things that can be found in the pages of this issue of Outword Magazine Sacramento!

Read more: Happy Birthday Outword Magazine!


Wide Open Walls to Transform Sacramento582
Gold Rush Days Return
Common Set to Perform in Sac
Sac Zombie Walk
Revenge of the Chick Flicks

Read more: The August 10, 2017 Issue is Out Now!


Outword’s Best Of 2017581

Lavender Heights Street-Sign Toppers • “Out at the Fair” • Sexy Sam Hunt to Sing in Wheatland
“A Ghost Story” & “Valerian" Reviewed • Documentary Celebrates LGBT FamiliesWelcome to our annual special issue we like to call our “Best Of” issue.

We polled you, our readers, for your suggestions for your favorite Sacramento things and you came out in droves! This year we had over triple the number of respondents participate, and while there were lots of new names and places in the responses, some of Sacramento’s tried and true loves still shown through. Take a look at winners, starting on page 15.

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Radical Politics and Outlaw Passions Subject of Author Talk at Lavender Library

Marie Equi defied expectations. A daughter of working-class, immigrant parents, she became a physician and a fierce advocate for women, laborers and free speech.

The FBI branded her a dangerous agitator, but she didn’t back down. One of the first publicly known lesbians on the West Coast, Equi was maligned by the U.S. Government as “an unsexed woman” before sentencing her to San Quentin prison for protesting World War I.

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