The Graduate Comes to Visalia Stage

Visalia Players present the stage adaptation of the 1967 coming-of-age classic, The Graduate at the Ice House Theatre. The theatrical version premiered in London in 2000 to critical acclaim and was brought to Broadway two years later. As with many college graduates, Benjamin Braddock is wondering what the future holds. He is not enamored by […]

Ceremony to Play the Cellar Door

Ceremony will headline a Friday, June 12 Cellar Door show, with Tony Molina playing a middle slot and Creative Adult opening the evening. Rohnert Park, California band Ceremony has built a strong following based on the power of their modern punk sound. On their new Matador Records album “The L-Shaped Man,” the band has dug […]

TCOE Students Perform Into the Woods and Winnie the Pooh Kids

Students in Tulare County Office of Education’s Theatre Company are preparing for the program’s annual spring musical – a production full of familiar children’s storybook characters. Beginning Thursday, April 30, audiences can enjoy “two productions in one” with first- through sixth-grade students performing the adorable Winnie the Pooh Kids, while middle and high school students […]

Clarinetist Extraordinaire Headlines Jazzaffair

“Jazz for the Generations…A Family Affair” themes the 42nd annual Jazzaffair in Three Rivers, April 10 – 12, featuring 14 bands from seven states sponsored by Sierra Traditional Jazz Club. Jazzaffair is the longest-running traditional jazz festival west of the Mississippi. The spotlight is shared by Three Rivers’ own nationally acclaimed High Sierra Jazz Band […]

Deanna Saldana Presents “Portraits in Pencil”

The South Valley Artists’ Studio Tour features artists in Lindsay, Exeter, Woodlake, Springville, Porterville and Three Rivers, Friday-Sunday, March 20-22. Those on the tour will find a different “look” in Lindsay with two studios open; that of Ginny Wilson’s Blue Ridge Photography, and the second, the studio of Merary Lopez at Healthy Start, an organization […]