Theater & Shows in Salida


$18 for $30 Worth of Dinner and Dance Show — Malia In Motion Contemporary Dance

Malia In Motion

Malia In Motion

From the merchant: The dancers of Malia In Motion Contemporary Dance present a vibrant evening of romance, power, and passion!

$30 $18

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Valerie Harper: “Living Fearlessly with Cancer: One Day at a Time” on April 20 (Up to 43% Off)

Valerie Harper: "Living Fearlessly with Cancer: One Day at a Time"

The California Theatre

The actress, dancer, and Broadway alumna will tell personal anecdotes, the dangers of lung cancer, and how she’s living life to the fullest

$60.50 $35

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"My Mother's Italian, My Father's Jewish & I'm in Therapy!" at Del Valle Theatre on March 12–29 (Up to 38% Off)

"My Mother’s Italian, My Father’s Jewish & I’m in Therapy!"

Del Valle Theatre

Steve Solomon’s one-man show introduces audiences to his unusual family through spot-on accents and affectionate impersonations

$73 $45

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"Murderous Crossing" at Zio Fraedo's (Up to 54% Off)

Murderous Crossing

Zio Fraedo's

Audiences join the wedding party onboard a luxury liner where one guest turns up dead, and another turns out to be a world famous detective

$127.50 $59

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The Sweet Spot: Mardi Gras Edition on April 30 at 8 p.m. (Up to 50% Off)

The Sweet Spot Sacremento: Mardi Gras Edition

Laughs Unlimited Comedy Club and Lounge

Poets, burlesque performers, comics, and other artists explore sensuality in a high-energy performance devoted to “pop erotica”

$22.09 $11

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Sushi Dinner for Two or Karaoke Party Room Rental with Drink Credit at Oishii Sushi Bar and Grill (Up to 51% Off)

Oishii Sushi Bar and Grill

Downtown

Cocktails complement menu of specialty rolls, fresh sashimi, and sushi and fuel karaoke performances in private rooms

$25 $16

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  • Sierra Repertory Theatre
    Sierra Repertory Theatre is a non-profit professional theatre in the Sierra Foothills. We present 10 shows annually ranging from Broadway musicals, comedy, classics, drama and farces at two locations: East Sonora Theatre and Historic Fallon House in Columbia State Historic Park.
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    13891 Mono Way
    Sonora, CA US
  • East County Performing Arts Center
    East County Performing Arts Center's university-trained educators mentor students ages 2 and up on the finer points of ballet, hip-hop, jazz, and other styles. Two- and 3-year-olds can combat the antidancing establishment during a 45-minute Boogie Babies class, combining elements of tap, ballet, tumbling, and play. Parents or visiting dignitaries can wave to young ones through either location's viewing window, putting anxieties at ease while muffling the sounds of spectator bullhorns. Older toe tappers can explore a variety of styles, including hip-hop, contemporary, or jazz, in which students will master choreography and traverse the floor through movement progressions. Groupon holders can experience the thrill of synchronized motion without trying to keep up with a flock of migrating birds during a Dance for Cheer class, which incorporates jazz, hip-hop, and poms.
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    700 Harvest Park Dr
    Brentwood, CA US
  • Spotlight Arts Academy Of Dance & Music
    A Chat with Spotlight Arts Academy of Dance and Music What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition? With an experienced faculty of qualified dance instructors, our goal is to provide the San Francisco Bay Area with the finest dance instruction in the greatest variety of styles in the area. Dance classes are offered for students from age 2 or older. What's one tip for first-time students that will make them feel like veterans? Feel free to ask any student to show you around our school, and make a new friend as well. What was the inspiration to start or run this business? Introducing the wonders of art to the community. What do you love most about your job? Seeing the progression of our students' growth year after year.
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    6979 Sierra Ct.
    Dublin, CA US
  • Jensen School For The Performing Arts
    Drop into hip-hop (Tuesday, 8–9 p.m.) to energize your stale disco moves; materialize in tap (Wednesday, 7–8 p.m.) to invigorate your toes with rhythm; dance and shake off the calories, Latin-style, with Zumba (Thursday, 8–9 p.m.); or open up a can of grace with ballet (Saturday, 12–1 p.m.). With five gleaming studios and a full squad of certified dance instructors breaking the beat together under a single roof, this much dance has not been gathered in one place since the release of YouTube as a DVD box set. The drop-in classes are designed to accommodate dancers of all skill and experience levels. The small class size ensures the type of personal attention formerly only children longed for upon the arrival of a newborn baby brother. Sign up with a few friends to gain new moves and lose a few pounds in the process.
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    1491 North Milpitas Boulevard
    Milpitas, CA US
  • Made Up Theatre
    Using audience suggestions as a creative springboard, Made Up Theatre’s quartet of resident performers conjures chortles with fully improvised scenes, games, and musical numbers every Saturday night at 8 p.m. Classes grant guests of varying performance backgrounds an opportunity to sample the art of improv before climbing through three ranks of classes that emphasize quick responses and structuring longer-form scenes. Made Up Theatre also totes its trick bag to the corporate world with team-building seminars that draw upon improv’s communicative foundation to improve group interactions and send stress off to take up residence in rant-fueled standup comics.
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    3392 Seldon Ct.
    Fremont, CA US
  • San Jose Stage Company
    San Jose Stage Company–hailed as "the company that never says never" by Stark Insider and one of "Ten small Bay Area theater companies you should know" by the San Jose Mercury News–has been producing and premiering works of explosive power and social resonance since 1983. Professional actors fill the stage with new and classic works by the likes of David Mamet and Neil LaBute every year, but the company’s work extends beyond its intimate theater space—whose capacity of 200 ensures that no one gets a bad seat or, probably, runs into the evil twin they haven’t met yet. Programming spills out into the streets of San Jose in events that have included indie hip-hop concerts, art-walk performances, and partnerships with smaller theater groups and high-school drama classes.
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    490 S 1st St.
    San Jose, CA US
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