We erred on one point in our commentary on last week’s theater page. The B Street Theatre is indeed currently proceeding with its long-contemplated capital campaign. Meetings are being held, donations are being quietly solicited and, of course, the theater has been working on the architectural plans for quite a while.

The B Street Theatre, launched in 1991 in a converted industrial building, has long sought, and deserves, a larger and better equipped performance space. As we noted in last week’s commentary, Sacramento’s performing-arts organizations are heavily reliant on broad-based community support in the form of individual donations, more so than in most cities, since there aren’t many large corporate donors in these parts. B Street consistently finishes first among local theater companies in SN&R’s annual readers’ poll, and we certainly hope that when people are asked to help the B Street Theatre build the new venue, they will respond generously.