Capital Stage’s mission is to entertain, engage and challenge our audience with bold, thought provoking theatre.
THINGS TO KNOW
COVID-19 HEALTH & SAFETY:
As of Nov. 23, 2022, Capital Stage is no longer requiring proof of vaccination or boosters to attend a performance. Masks are recommended, not required. Visit our COVID-19 Safety Protocols & Procedures Page to stay up to date.
Recording and photography of any kind are prohibited at Capital Stage during the performance.
Patrons are asked to turn communication devices off upon entering the theatre.
LATE SEATING & RE-SEATING:
Due to the design of our theatre, we cannot guarantee seating for late arrivals or for patrons who leave the theatre during the performance. As a courtesy to our artists and our audiences, late arrivals will be seated in a suitable location by our staff if possible and at the appropriate intervals.
Only concession items purchased in the Wine & Dessert Bar are allowed in the theatre, patio and lobby areas. Yes you can bring your drinks and snacks into the theatre!
Capital Stage is noted for bringing intimate bold productions to our region and we encourage young adults to experience a live performance. Children age sixteen and up are welcome at Capital Stage unless specifically noted in the production’s description.
Seating locations at Capital Stage for patrons using wheelchairs or with limited mobility are located in the first row. Tickets for these seats may be purchased in person or by calling the Box Office at 916-995-5464.
Restroom facilities are located in the lounge behind the Wine & Dessert Bar.
Brochures and information about upcoming Capital Stage productions and events are available in the box office or by visiting capstage.org.
Capital Stage is a member of Actors' Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.
Capital Stage is a member of Theatre Communications Group (TCG), the national organization for the American theatre.
Capital Stage is a member of the National New Play Network, the country’s alliance of leading nonprofit theaters that champion the development, production and continued life of new plays.
Capital Stage is a member of Blue Star Theatres, offering discounts to Military personnel, Military family members, and Veterans.
SDC is the theatrical union that unites, empowers, and protects professional Stage Directors and Choreographers throughout the United States.
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Corey D. Winfield
Samantha McLean Haas
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Production & Company Manager - TONY GABRIELSON
Technical Director - CARLOS LLONTOP
Scenic Charge Artist - SAMANTHA McLEAN HAAS
Sound Designer & Engineer - ED LEE
Lead Electrician - ANDREW FRIDAE
Stage Manager - WESLEY APFEL*
Production Assistant - KYLE MISSMAN^
Costume Design Assistant - GIGI LINQUIST
Wardrobe Assistant - LANA DALLMAN^
Build, Paint & Load-In Crew - RILEY GRUENTHAL-CISNEROS, LANA DALLMAN^, RAND DOERNING, ANDREW FRIDAE, BILL MAI, ALEX MARTINEZ, KYLE MISSMAN^, KURT RODRIGUEZ, YASMINE SALMERON^, ELEANOR SWIFT, CHASE THOMPSON, IMANI WAWERU^
COVID-19 Safety Manager - ELIJAH PETERS
Graphic Designer/Webmaster - MISTY MCDOWELL
Photographer - CHARR CRAIL
BIPOC Liaison - VERNON LEWIS
^ Capital Stage Apprentice | * Member Actors' Equity Association
Meet the Company
Corey D. Winfield
Samantha McLean Haas
ACTORS’ EQUITY ASSOCIATION (AEA)
Founded in 1913, this union represents more than 45,000 actors and stage managers in the United States. Equity seeks to advance, promote and foster the art of live theatre as an essential component of our society. Equity negotiates wages and working conditions, providing a wide range of benefits, including health and pension plans. AEA is a member of the AFL-CIO, and is affiliated with FIA, an international organization of performing arts unions. The Equity emblem is our mark of excellence.
Capital Stage Staff
MICHAEL STEVENSON - Artistic Director
KEITH RIEDELL - Managing Director
TONY GABRIELSON - Production & Company Manager
MISTY MCDOWELL - Marketing Manager
AALIYAH PETERS - Audience Services Manager
CARLOS LLONTOP - Technical Director
ED LEE - Resident Sound Designer & Engineer
ANDREW FRIDAE - Carpenter, Technician
LOGAN HELLER – Box Office Assistant, Apprentice Coordinator
CECILIA CASTILLO JUAREZ - Concessions Associate
JAMIE JONES, PETER MOHRMANN, GAIL RUSSELL, JANIS STEVENS – Associate Artists
KYLE MISSMAN, IMANI WAWERU, LANA DALLMANN, YASMINE SALMERON - Apprentices
ELIJAH PETERS - COVID Safety Officer
Capital Stage Board Members
Chastity E. Benson
California State Association of Counties
Dan Brunner, Treasurer
Seed Communications Design
Kathryn E. Doi
Hanson Bridgett LLP
Sherry Hartel Haus
Kristi Quesada Mathisen
Sacramento Country Day School
Lori Abbott Moreland
Damaris L. Perez
Everyday Impact Consulting
Mike Tentis, Board President
University of the Pacific
California Hospital Association
Stephanie Gularte, Founding Artistic Director
Peter Mohrmann, Co-founder
Jonathan Williams, Co-Founder