1301 L Street
Sacramento, CA 95814 USA
Broadway Sacramento is presented by the nonprofit California Musical Theatre at the Sacramento Community Center Theater, across the street from the State Capitol. Established in 1989, Broadway Sacramento is the largest live performing arts event in the Capital Region serving theatregoers from the Oregon border and down California’s Central Valley. As the region’s largest performing arts organization, California Musical Theatre also produces the venerable Music Circus summer season at the Wells Fargo Pavilion, the country’s premiere theatre-in-the-round. CMT is operated under the leadership of Executive Producer Richard Lewis (a member of the League of American Theatres and Producers) and Artistic Director Scott Eckern. The theatre is a founding member of the National Alliance for Musical Theatre and is a member of the Independent Presenters Network. While Broadway Sacramento and Music Circus meet CMT’s mission of enriching the cultural life of the city of Sacramento, the company’s education department pursues the goal of educating new audiences and nurturing aspiring artists. The department’s efforts touch the lives of thousands every year, providing innovative and diverse programs, including after-school music and dance classes, wide-ranging theatre arts internships, enhanced theatrical experiences for underserved populations, dance classes taught by guest choreographers and dancers and the nation’s only accredited musical theatre training program for K-12 teachers. Broadway Sacramento is presented at the 2,400-seat Community Center Theater at 1301 L Street, part of the City of Sacramento’s Convention Center Complex.