Act Fast To Get Your Tickets For “Slowgirl”

By Chris Narloch

Two-person plays require strong writing and careful casting to keep an audience’s attention, but they also reap benefits for a viewer that can include a depth of character development and performance not found in many one-person plays or ensemble works.

The current production of “Slowgirl” at Sacramento’s Capital Stage boasts a pair of impressive performances, a smart script, and skillful direction that wrings every bit of drama out of this rich story of two damaged souls battling and ultimately bonding in the jungle.

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Don’t Miss “Paradise Square: A New Musical” in Berkeley

By Chris Narloch

“Paradise Square: A New Musical” is a fascinating true story told in song and dance that brings to light a painful period in our country’s racial history. It features a first-rate cast and creative team and could potentially have a very bright future.

It’s not every day that Northern California has the opportunity to witness a new Broadway musical being born, but that is exactly what Berkeley Rep has in store for you with this world premiere, which is receiving a try-out before (hopefully) transferring to New York City.

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Railroad Museum Debuts New Exhibit Titled“Farm-to-Fork: A Public History”Created & Designed by Sac State Students

The California State Railroad Museum & Foundation have announced an all-new exhibit titled “Farm-to-Fork: A Public History” which is the creation of graduate students of the Capital Campus Public History Program at California State University, Sacramento.

The team of dedicated history students conducted the bulk of the research, image search, and approved the design concepts under the direction of California State Railroad Museum Director and Professor, Dr. Ty O. Smith, and Interpretation & Education Manager, Kimberly Whitfield. The curriculum put into action the philosophy that the Museum’s highest calling is to be a laboratory of learning.

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The River City Chronicles by J. Scott Coatsworth - Part Seven

Sacramento author J. Scott Coatsworth has written and published a number of short stories, novellas and full-length novels, but “The River City Chronicles” holds a special place in his little writer heart.

In many ways, it is a love letter to Sacramento, one that we wanted to share with Outword’s readers. To do that we have uploaded the next installment of chapters of the book here, for you to read online.

Previously in the River City: Carmelina suffered through an exorcism, and laughed about it with the ghost of her husband Arthur. He told her to ask about September 23rd. She went out with Daniele, and when she asked him, he told her how he'd killed someone by accident many years before. Then she found out she had a granddaughter, born before her daughter was killed.

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The Cream of the Cinematic Crop From 2018

By Chris Narloch

This year’s Oscar nominations will be announced on Tuesday morning, Jan. 22, ending months of speculation by awards prognosticators, and then the apparently-host-free Academy Awards ceremony will be telecast on Feb. 24 by ABC.

Despite what some critics have suggested, I thought 2018 was a very good year for movies. You had to make an effort to find some of last year’s finest films, due to their limited theatrical releases, but there were excellent examples of pretty much any cinematic genre you can name.

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