Four local live theatre companies have reason to celebrate this week following the announcement of the 2016-17 Elly nominations by the Sacramento Area Regional Theatre Alliance (SARTA) Sunday afternoon. This year, organizations in Folsom and El Dorado Hills alone garnered 56 overall nominations. Just after their recent 10th anniversary season, Folsom’s Sutter Street Theatre has good reason to continue celebrating.
This Friday and Saturday night, the Folsom community will have the opportunity to relive the life of a Folsom legend in artistic form while the local business community and the Johnny Cash Art Trail project will have the opportunity to “cash in” from American Legend: A Tribute to Johnny Cash’s Life in Song that takes the stage of the Historic Folsom Amphitheater.
This Saturday night, live music returns to the outdoor patio of Pete’s Restaurant and Brewhouse in Folsom with local artist Cynthia Renee taking to the outdoor stage. A local singer-songwriter from Folsom, Renee has been voted the Best of the Best for two consecutive years in Folsom and El Dorado Hills. She performs frequently in El Dorado County, the Sacramento Valley and Bay Area at a variety of different venues.
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