Shasta Arts Council
A lot has happened: music by Greg & Tracy Manuel

Sunday, July 8

7 PM doors | 7:30PM show

Old City Hall

1313 Market Street


$10 suggested donation at the door (or pay what you can — no one turned away for lack of funds). Your generous contribution supports the arts in the Redding community and helps offset overhead costs.


The Shasta County Arts Council presents an electroacoustic evening of music by Greg and Tracy Manuel. Redding-born, Redding-raised, and Redding-obsessed, the Manuel siblings have returned with a program of work reckoning with the past 5 years since skipping town.

Shasta Arts Council
Dave Short's Sax Therapy

Sunday, July 29 3 PM

2:30 PM doors | 3PM show

Old City Hall

1313 Market Street


Tickets advance: $12 adults; $ 8 students; click here to purchase

Tickets at the door: $15 adults; $10 students


Rebirth of Dave Short’s Sax Therapy featuring young up and coming musicians

Jeff Jones- leader, Dave Short-leader, Mitch Hawley, Cameron Sewell-Snyder, Brenden Fredrick

Bruce Calin- bass, Cleveland Boney- piano, Bernie Baker- guitar, Mike Costa- drums, Guest vocalist- Noel Ross

Axiom Repertory Theatre
"Next to Normal"

June 14 – July 1

Old City Hall

1313 Market Street, Redding


Thursday – Saturday shows: 7:30pm

Sunday matinee: 2pm

Tickets; $20 adults; $17 seniors, students and children

Click here to buy or call Axiom Repertory Theatre Box Office 530.588.7172

Tickets also sold at the door


Next to Normal is the story of Diana Goodman and her family. Diana has lived with bipolar depressive disorder and delusional episodes for the past seventeen years. The illness has affected everyone in her life, and has nearly torn her family apart.

Winner of three 2009 Tony Awards, including Best Musical Score and the 2010 Pulitzer Prize, Next to Normal was also chosen as “one of the year’s ten best shows” by critics around the country, including The Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, Rolling Stone and The New York Times.

“This brave, breathtaking musical [is] a feel-everything musical, which asks you, with operatic force, to discover the liberation in knowing where it hurts.” – The New York Times

“It goes beyond entertainment, reaching in and touching you to your very core in a brilliant symphony of emotional energy. Tom Kitt and Brian Yorkey’s Next to Normal is something truly magnificent.” – Broadway World