When the lights go down the magic begins on Walnut Creek property at the Lesher Center For The Arts. The Center Repertory Company presents a mix of comedies, musicals, and dramas which are performed throughout the year. Examples of classic and contemporary pieces mix on the seasonal calendar. Popular past performances include It Should Have Been You and A Christmas Carol. Tickets are available now for upcoming pieces. Scheduled for the end of March, Sisters Matsumoto tells an adventurous story of sisters during the post World War II period. Following in the summer the popular Altar Boyz takes to the stage. The Center Repertory Company places an emphasis on education as well as making time for actor trainings, young REP theatre workshops, and performance workshops.
Those Living In Walnut Creek Find Art In The Eye Of The Beholder
Local artists living in Walnut Creek are also in the spotlight at the Center. In the Bedford Gallery, space is designated for the display of contemporary and historic works of art. Multiple exhibits are held throughout the year. Lectures and workshops are often happening on this Walnut Creek property. Guests can join in for Free First Tuesday events. Special hands on activities are held in the Bedford Gallery on the first Tuesday of each month.
The Walnut Creek art scene is thriving. Visit the Lesher Center For The Arts and see a play or view a local artist’s exhibit.