Sacramento's B Street Lose A Lot of Life Jan. 6

News   Sacramento's B Street Lose A Lot of Life Jan. 6 With the holiday season over, Sacramento's B Street Theatre will close shop on its eighth annual December world premiere, A Lot of Life, Jan. 6. Written and directed by B Street co-founder and producing director Buck Busfield, A Lot of Life began performances Nov. 25.

With the holiday season over, Sacramento's B Street Theatre will close shop on its eighth annual December world premiere, A Lot of Life, Jan. 6. Written and directed by B Street co-founder and producing director Buck Busfield, A Lot of Life began performances Nov. 25.

A Lot of Life is the story of Jacob, a shopkeeper with a lot of problems. His livelihood is threatened by developers, his daughter is threatened by a suitor and his heart is threatened by life itself. Busfield is also the author of As Things Remain, Beneath the Moon, Beyond the Stars and And to All a Good Night.

Christopher Thom stars as Jacob with Dana Brooke as his daughter Elizabeth. Also in the cast are Jeff Asch, Loren Taylor and Neil Howard.

Tickets are $16.50. The B Street Theatre is located at 2711 B Street. For tickets and information, call (916) 443-5300.

Founded by the Busfield brothers, "thirtysomething"'s Timothy and Buck, in 1992, the B Street has produced world premieres by such writers as "West Wing"'s Aaron Sorkin, Joe DiPietro and James McLure.