Bay Area Stage Productions is comprised of non-professional actors, directors and technical experts from the Bay Area of Northern California. Under the artistic directorship of Jeff Lowe, it aims to provide local performing talent with further opportunity to develop and practice their craft and to provide audiences theatrical exposure to the work of notable writers that they might not otherwise have the opportunity to experience.
Find out more at http://bayareastage.org/
FIFTH ANNUAL VALLEJO SHAKESPEARE IN THE PARK in 2014 – July 26 – 28.
Presenting A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
Picnic style seating-Bring a blanket to sit on. Bring a picnic lunch or purchase one from our food vendor. Arrive early to get a good spot. We recommend wearing a wide brim hat and sun block. No chairs will be provided or allowed, handicapped section excepted. Chairs must be set up at the far end of the end.
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photo credit : This is Vallejo
The Empress Theatre hosts a variety of live music and theater, including comedy shows and musical performances of all styles; ranging from the Vallejo Symphony to Blues, Soul, Jazz, Rock and the Mocktoberfest Punk & Edge Arts festival.
Designated a Vallejo Landmark in 1990, the Empress Theatre was built in 1911 by the Independent Order of Odd Fellows and opened its doors for … Continue reading
“THAT STEAM MAY BE USED FOR GOOD AND NOT EVIL”
Obtainium Works is the home base of the Hibernian Academy of UnNatural Sciences, based in Vallejo, California. Located in downtown Vallejo, it is an on-going Do It Yourself (DIY) group of tinkerers, gearheads, and steam bohemians who fabricate steam-powered art out of repurposed industrial detritus. We are loosely based on the works of Jules Verne, H.G. Wells, and other Victorian-era writers who created an imaginary world where steam technology … Continue reading
The Vallejo Music Theater is looking for a new home. We hope to be welcoming them to the downtown area soon. Stay tuned for updates.
The Vallejo Naval and Historical Museum preserves and exhibits the diverse and exciting history of the City of Vallejo and the former U.S. Naval Shipyard at Mare Island . The Museum is located in Vallejo ‘s historic Old City Hall and features five galleries devoted to community and U.S. Navy history.
Additionally, the Museum sponsors educational and cultural programs that include group tours, concerts and recitals in our Heritage Chamber, lectures, audio-visual presentations, and others special events for the benefit … Continue reading