Description Before this theater was built in 1849, the only entertainment available in Sacramento was found in gambling houses and saloons. Then, once the theater was built, 49ers starved for culture paid $5 in gold dust to enjoy dramatic and musical entertainment. In 1850, the Sacramento River flooded the theater. This reconstructed 80-seat theater is designated as an historic landmark. Docent-led tours are free and feature computerized slide shows covering Sacramentos early rough-and-tumble history. During summer weekends, the theater produces period melodramas as well as featuring musical entertainment.
Diego Re, Rancho Cordova Member Since April 2011 Artist Statement Featuring artist Diego
Diego has been a Multimedia Specialist since 2001 and filming, professionally since 1998. Diego’s current interests lie in exploring opportunities in new media, especially in digital video, digital photography and social media, integrated into web development.
To me, photography is the art of unveiling something that is difficult to define or describe clearly, but nonetheless perceived.
Thank you so much for your support. It helps me do what I love which is to continue to photograph the world.