State Theater

'The Court Jester' screens at State Theater

The Auburn Placer Performing Arts Center announces its Cinema at the State Film Series selection for Thursday, Sept. 20 at the State Theater: the 1956 musicaladventure comedy ...

State Theater sets sights on new roof

A major project has begun at the State Theater building. The Auburn Pla-cer Performing Arts Society has embarked on a much-needed complete re-roofing of the entire theater building ...

State Theater a great project

We living in the Auburn foothills area are fortunate for many reasons, as has been put forth by contributors to Reader Input, not the least of which is the Historic State Theater. ...

History buffs tour State Theater

Ninety members of the Theatre Historical Society of America recently visited and toured Auburn’s State Theater, owned and operated by the nonprofit Auburn Placer Performing A ...

"Goldfinger" screens at State Theater

Auburn Placer Performing Arts Center's "Cinema at the State" selection for Thursday, July 19, is the Academy Award-winning film "Goldfinger." Presents According to Guinness  W ...

Paint store burned hotly

Just to follow up on my story concerning the area near the State Theater that will have a garden (“What kind of store burned?” Reader Input, June 7). As to the building ...

Improv at State Theater with Take Note Troupe

The youth actors of Take Note Troupe will present a family-friendly improvisational comedy show at 7 p.m. Friday, July 6, at the State Theater, 985 Lincoln Way, Auburn. “It&r ...

Community Portrait: After 34 years at the library, time at last to read

As of today there will be one less familiar face around the Auburn Placer County Library. Longtime library employee Karri Samson is retiring from the library staff after 34 years o ...

Marina V brings acoustic pop to State Theater

A musician with a name as unpronounceable as your local features editor’s is coming to Auburn, playing pop music rarely heard in this area. Marina Gennadievna Verenikina is a ...

What kind of store burned?

Not too long ago I believe it was Gus Thomson who wrote about them putting in a garden in the field just past the State Theater on Lincoln Avenue (“Veterans, community, team ...