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Nobuntu

Nobuntu

This female a cappella quintet from Zimbabwe blends traditional Zimbabwean music, Afro jazz and gospel to illustrate the concept of Nobuntu, or humbleness, love, unity and family from a woman’s perspective. Nov. 1–3. Call for ticket...

El Panteón de Sacramento

The Latino Center of Arts & Culture commemorates Dia de los Muertos/Day of the Dead with 50 large altars that recreate the small village cemeteries in Mexico. Music, dance, a marketplace and traditional foods...

Sacramento Arts Festival

The festival features more than 225 local and national contemporary craftspeople and fine artists offering more than 15,000 original works. Jewelry, clothing, ceramics, painting and other media will be on display.Oct. 26–28. Admission $7–$8.Sacramento...

Irving Marcus: Romance & Disaster, a Retrospective

The first museum retrospective of this late 20th century Northern California artist features more than 45 years worth of work, including paintings and works on paper.Through Dec. 30. Free.Manetti Shrem Museum of Art, 254...

'One for the Road'

Rio Linda Elverta Community Theater secured the rights to adapt Stephen King’s short story “One for the Road” into a stage production. Meet the unnatural inhabitants of Salem’s Lot at a midnight showing or...

Company Wang Ramirez at Mondavi

In “Borderline,” Sébastien Ramirez and Honji Wang blend hip hop and street culture with other artistic traditions. Five dancers and an aerial performer will enact vignettes about the human condition.Oct. 23. Tickets $12.50–$85.Mondavi Center’s...

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