California Stage celebrates its 20th production year with a premiere that will the audience through an Italian renaissance story of love and intrigue.
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Robert Lautz’s “The Meaning of It All,” world premiere at California Stage’s Wilkerson Theater has been extended to Sunday, June 10.
In Renaissance Pisa, Calvino Mezzo Zucco, a budding alchemist and mechanical inventor is madly in love with Alonza Tempesta. Calvino tries to ingratiate himself with Alonza’s father by intimating that he is near to knowing the secret of how to make gold. When the local ruling Familigia hears about it, the fun begins.
“The Meaning of It All” stars Brennan Villados, Tony Hutto, Chelsea Barone, Katie Dahl, Arturo Gonzales and Mahlon Hall.
This farce is being produced and directed by Ray Tatar with set designs by Kurt Kurtis and costumes by Jenny Plummer.
The shows take place at the Wilkerson Theater, 1725 25th St. in Sacramento. Showtimes are 8 p.m.
Ticket prices are $20 for general admission; $15 for students, Sartcard, military and seniors; and $12 for groups of six or more. Free parking available.
For reservations or additional information call 916-451-5822 or order online at CalStage.org.