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Fair Oaks Theatre Festival

Fair Oaks Theatre Festival
7991 California Ave


The Fair Oaks Theatre Festival (FOTF) was founded in 1982 by a group of local business leaders and people active in community theatre. The little-used Plaza Park Amphitheatre was the focal point of the group and work began to put the Amphitheatre to use presenting outstanding community theatre productions. The Fair Oaks Theatre Festival became a non-profit benefit corporation before the second season, electing the late Wendell Frazier as its first president. Since then the Festival has become a yearly tradition, filling the need for cultural activities in the northeast regional area.

In its history, the Festival has produced all of Shakespeare’s comedies along with works of Moliere, Goldsmith, Simon, Sondheim, Wilder and Gilbert & Sullivan. Our affiliation with American River College Theatre has enabled us to expand our artistic and technical abilities to add musical comedies to our repertoire.

The outdoor amphitheatre provides a comfortable setting for our patrons, many making this a yearly event. The Festival plays a strong part in the arts and theatre world for the Sacramento region. Our members are our greatest asset and we rely on their dues and volunteer support.

Fair Oaks Theatre Festival is not affiliated with AmericanTowns Media