This Week: Dance Like No One's Watching


Carmina Burana is considered to be the signature masterpiece of the Sacramento Ballet's season. Photo courtesy of the Sacramento Ballet.

Be moved! The Sacramento Ballet's spectacular Carmina Burana, the 7th Annual Walk for Brain Injury and Circa's acrobatic "S" are just a few of the exhilarating events taking place this week in the River City. Take a peak at what you could be doing in the next seven days below:



Sacramento Food Festival 2014
Mar 20-30
A few highlights

Cafeteria Man
Guild Theatre, Wed 6:30pm
Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs
Clunie Community Center, Fri 6pm
Sweet, Sexy Ocean
Sunh Fish Company, Sun 4pm

Carmina Burana, Community Center Theatre
Mar 27-30; Thurs, Fri & Sat 7:30pm, Sun 2pm

Set to the music of Carl Orff, this larger-than-life spectacle is the signature masterpiece of the Sacramento Ballet.

Ricky Berger, Blue Line Arts Gallery
Mar 28; Fri 6:30pm-8pm

Performing since the age of six, the talented pianist & singer brings her bubbly pop to Roseville.

The Vanishing Point, California Stage Theatre
Mar 28-April 27; Fri & Sat 8pm, Sun 2pm

The company premieres this Nedra Pezold Roberts drama about a family falling apart.

California Spirit Festival 2014, Masonic Temple
Mar 29-30; Sat 9am, Sun 9:30am

Enrich your spirit at this festival dedicated to all things health & wellness.

Women's History Day, Old Sacramento
Mar 29; Sat 11am-3pm

Historic reenactors will take to the streets of Old Sac to fight for a woman's right to vote.

Twisted Terror Convention, DoubleTree Sacramento
Mar 29-30; Sat 11am-7pm, Sun 11am-5pm

Meet your favorite horror/sci-fi celebrities at this fan-based convention!

"Going Attractions" Double-Feature Drive-in Movie, WestWind Sacramento 6 Drive-In
Mar 29; Sat 7:30pm

Explore the history & fate of drive-ins with film director April Wright during this night out at the movies.

7th Annual Walk for Brain Injury, CA State Capitol - West Steps
Mar 30; Sun 10:30am-1pm

Join the Brain Injury Assoc. of CA at this 1-3 mile walk around Capitol grounds to support those affected by brain injuries.

Circa "S", Mondavi Center - Jackson Hall
Mar 30; Sun 3pm

Inspired by the 19th letter of the alphabet, dancers will test the possibilities of human strength.


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