Julius Caesar & Macbeth (together!) 

Four actresses.

Two tragedies.

One show.


Theater Galatea’s groundbreaking new original production of William Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar & Macbeth stages the two tragedies as a pair of one-acts separated by an intermission—with only four female performers doing all the roles!


Four Actresses: 

Analise Langford

Jessica Laskey 

Kelley Ogden

Kellie Yvonne Raines


Two Tragedies:

The Life and Death of Julius Caesar

The Tragedy of Macbeth


One show.


Thursday, March 29 @ 8pm
Friday, March 30 @ 8pm
Saturday, March 31 @ 8pm
&
Thursday, April 5 @ 8pm
Friday, April 6 @ 8pm
Saturday, April 7 @ 8pm


at the William J. Geery Theater

2130 L Street, Sacramento


It's a little harder to get some funny on than you might think, which makes Put Out: An Adulterated Farce such a delight. ... With this auspicious beginning ... we can only add a warm and giggly welcome to the new Theater Galatea.  Sacramento definitely has room for this kind of fun.  

—Kel Munger, Sacramento News & Review


​Read the review here!

What's been said about us ...

And now a closing number from our wildly successful (SRO) Songs I'll Never Get to Sing: A Cabaret of Wishful Thinking, where six amazing performers sang roles they'd typically never be cast in.


From left to right, here are Sam Schieber on piano (just off camera, alas!), Analise Langford, Orlana Van Zandt, Natalie Jones, Jennifer Smith, Jessica Laskey, & Jessica Futrell with "The Disney-Princess-Parade" finale (as arranged by none other than Sam Schieber!) ...

Art in the Flesh

[…] Theater Galatea is tackling its own take on Hamlet that’s rooted in [a] street show they witnessed in [Paris]. [It’s] about half the length of the original play and written for four actors. But, while the theater company won’t be heading out to any street corners just yet, it has […] a production that’s expected to run about two hours, with an emphasis on clarity, story and emotion.  […] Their goal is to get the audience to forget that [they already “know” the story] for a couple of hours, and realize that the characters don’t know what’s going to happen to them.  

—Kel Munger, Sacramento News & Review


​Read the article here!

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This was the best "Hamlet" I've ever seen, and considering how often I've seen it, that's saying something. Go! I promise, you won't sit so long your butt goes numb.  

—Kel Munger, Sacramento News & Review


​Read the review here!

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