Lambda Players Theatre, the oldest GLBTQ theater company in Sacramento, is leaving its current home at The Studio Theatre on R Street for digs closer to what some folks call Lavender Heights—and what we call Glitter Gulch, an area in Midtown that’s the home of most of the city’s GLBTQ night life. Lambda Players will open its last show at The Studio Theatre on August 14 for an eight-week run (it’s a revival of Six Women With Brain Death, authored by the theater’s owner, Jackie Schultz), then take a hiatus until its new home is ready in October. The new digs are located on the second floor at 1127 21st Street (corner of 21st and L), just up the street from the Sacramento Gay & Lesbian Center.
The move won’t leave The Studio Theatre dark, though. Schultz told SN&R that Artistic Differences will be opening The 1940’s Radio Hour in November for a run through the end of the year. We’ve heard that Artistic Differences, the little company with the big voices, has been looking for a permanent home; perhaps this is it.