Upcoming Events

  • Sponsored by P.A.C.F.

    The Rocky Horror Picture Show

    With preshow entertainment and live shadow casting by The Bawdy Caste! Back by popular demand!

    The longest-running midnight movie of all time stars Tim Curry as the kinky yet endearing “transsexual from Transylvania” Dr. Frank N. Furter, Susan Sarandon and Barry Bostwick as his hapless guests Brad and Janet, Meat Loaf as motorcycle-riding rough trade and author Richard O’Brien as the hunchbacked butler Riff Raff. It’s harmless musical fun—a delightful spoof of Hollywood horror movies and Old Dark House melodramas. The Rocky Horror Picture Show was the first—and is still the best—interactive movie experience! Bring your sense of humor and purchase your survival kits early.

    Dance the Time Warp and catch a sleek, sexy show that has been thrilling the Bay Area for 25 years! Join us for:
    • Sexy mingling
    • Costume contest
    • Prizes
    • Ridiculous games

    Saturday, October 19, 2019 at 10pm
  • Wooky-Wooky Not-So-Spooky Little Ones Halloween Party

    Kids will enjoy kiddy-pop tunes and dance the time away. Parents are encouraged to participate. Take photos in the enchanted forest or at a royal castle. Kids will come alive during our Interactive Storytime segment… and more.

    October 20, 2019
    Time: 2pm-3pm
    $5 per person
    Children under 2 years old are free
  • Louis Prima Jr. & The Witnesses

    Louis Prima Jr. & The Witnesses return to The Bay for the first time n 6 years after their sold-out performance at the El Campinil Theatre.

    Born into an undeniable musical legacy, Louis Prima Jr. picks up the torch lit by his iconic father and leads his incarnation of The Witnesses headfirst into the future. Their seamless blend of hard driving big band jazz, insanely dancer-able swing and, at its core, real rock and roll has been wowing crowds worldwide for over a decade.

    Make no mistake, this is no tribute act. Although the band most certainly Jumps, Jives, an’ Wails “Prima-style.” they are their own musical beast-thoroughly modern, laying down a blueprint for the future on the foundations of the past. Audiences will be treated to an evening of classics from the Louis Prima catalog, selections from LPJ & Co.’s two CDs (Return of the Wildes! and BLOW) and a healthy dose of sure-to-please surprises.

    Saturday, October 26, 2019 at 4pm
  • Sponsored by P.A.C.F.

    DAKILA Featuring Da Island Way

    The San Francisco-based band was originally formed in 1971 and reached legendary status all over the world for fusing elements of rock, funk, soul and Latin and were among the first Filipino-American groups to sign on a historic, major label-Epic/Columbia now called Sony Entertainment Records. Reformed in 2013 the band continues sharing their unique compositions lead by the original Bay Area musician-artist…..David Bustamante.

    “Da Island Way” is Concord’s premier Polynesian dance and Music studio founded by David Bustamante and his family in 1993. DIW has left their mark in competitions and performances from Tahiti, Hawaii, & throughout California. The success of Da Island Way is just an extension of David’s love of Polynesian music.

    Sunday, Octoer 27, 2019 at 5pm
    General Admission: $30
  • Darren Lee- My Way

    Back by popular demand!!!!

    With major shows in Las Vegas and Hawaii, this tribute artist has been wowing audiences with his homage to ‘The King’ for decades. He has performed all across the USA and Canada garnering 5 Star reviews. His Maui show, Burn’n Love,  was rated #1 in Hawaii. The consummate Elvis Tribute Artist. A must see!!!

    “Darren has a top of the line show. I’ve seen a lot of Elvis Shows and Darren certainly has the moves and the voice and the energy”…..Entertainment Director, Cache Creek Casino Resort

    Saturday, November 2, 2019 at 7pm
    Meet and Greet : $50
    General Admission: $40
  • Present by Pittsburg Community Theatre


    A plucky orphan is on a mission to find her parents in 1930s New York City. Abandoned on the doorstep of an orphanage run by the cruel Miss Hannigan, Annie escapes and experiences adventure in The Big Apple beyond her wildest dreams. Filled with great songs (including the now iconic “Tomorrow”), this Tony award-winning musical has been entertaining families for more than 40 years.

    November 9-24, 2019
  • Presented by The Pittsburg Arts & Community Foundation and Pacific Community Services, Inc.

    Live Organ & A Movie: 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea

    Join us for our Live Organ & A Movie series. Hosted by Matias Bombal and music played by Dave Moreno. This series combines live organ music, raffles, and a classic movie all rolled into one.

    We begin with Dave Moreno playing the theater’s historic Robert Morton Organ with a selection of themed musical pieces. This 1954 Disney version of Jules Verne’s 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea represented the studio’s costliest and most elaborate American-filmed effort to date. Kirk Douglas plays a trouble-shooting 19th century seaman, trying to discover why so many whaling ships have been disappearing of late. Teaming with scientist Paul Lukas and diver Peter Lorre, Douglas sets sail to investigate–and is promptly captured by the megalomaniac Captain Nemo (James Mason), who skippers a lavish, scientifically advanced submarine. This film won 2 Academy Awards for Best Film Direction and Best Special Effects.

    Thursday, November 14, 2019 at 7:30pm
  • Presented by Los Medanos College

    No way out

    No Way Out chronicles the true story of the playwright’s family members in their own words taken from a collection of over five hundred letters they wrote one another in their attempt to flee Nazi Germany.

    By 1939 everyone in the family had left Germany except the playwright’s maternal grandparents, Stefan and Frieda Deutsch, and one daughter, Gerda. In June 1939, after Stefan is released from a concentration camp, he and Frieda escape their homeland leaving behind Gerda and her recently married and very wealthy husband, Heinz Schhottlaender. The young Jewish couple feels safe given Heinz’s enormous fortune, connections, and deep roots in Germany. As Nazi anti-Jewish actions and so-called legislation insidiously increase, Gerda and Heinz begin to understand the danger they face.

    While Stefan and Frieda become increasingly frantic in their efforts to find an asylum for their children, Gerda and Heinz race against time to seek a way out, even as Gerda gives birth to an infant son. Intimate, moving and riveting, No Way Out is a poignant true story of family love and devotion, humanity and dignity that the Nazis could not destroy.

    December 4-6 at 7pm
  • Presented by Black Diamond Ballet

    The Nutcracker

    Black Diamond Ballet returns to the stage for it’s eighth consecutive year with Sharon Sobel Idul’s professional production of the Nutcracker – the only full-length production in Contra Costa County. With a cast of 40 + performers featuring professional dancers from SF Ballet, Diablo Ballet and more. Join us for this wonderful holiday tradition for the whole family!

    Performance will be held at the Creative Arts Building, 250 School Street

    Saturday - Dec. 7th at 7pm
    Sunday, Dec. 8th at 2pm

    Creative Arts Building
    250 School Street
    General Admission - $25
    Senior - $18
    Children (Under 18) - $15
    Military - $15
  • Pittsburg Arts and Community Foundation & Bay Area Children's Theatre

    Alice in Wonderland Jr.

    Students will bring to life a full musical…starting with a fun and easy audition process, into rehearsal and then on to show day! Each student will experience the joy and magic of working together as a team in costume to sing and dance their way through a great story. Our young actors will learn the importance of ensemble, beginning acting, singing and dance technique and play theater games which ignite creativity and imagination while teaching the focus required to put on a musical.

    Grades 2-8

    Additional information can be located at https://bactheatre.org/classes/fall/2-5/pittsburg.

    August 29 thru December 12
    Thursdays from 4:30pm-6:30pm

    Performance Dates:
    December 13 at 7pm
    December 14 at 2pm
    $10 per person
  • The Ultimate Tribute to Marvin Gaye & Motown

    Daryl Lynn & The Klique is back with another great Motown Tribute!

    Daryl Lynn comes from a musical family and Marvin Gaye has always been his favorite artist. Most recently he performed as Marvin Gaye in The Legends of Motown Tribute Show. Now he feels compelled to continue the legacy of not only his music but the soulful sounds and expressions from the 60’s and 70’s. You will hear the passion, complexity and awareness of Marvin’s music as Daryl Lynn & The Klique take you on a musical journey performing such hits as “Lets Get it On”, “What’s Going On”, “Distant Lover”.

    Daryl Lynn & The Klique has been performing throughout the Bay Area including Tommy T’s. Their last show was sold out! Don’t miss your chance to hear this rising group.

    Saturday, December 14, 2019 at 8pm
    General Admission: $37
    At Door: $42
  • Presented by P.A.C.F.

    The Como La Flor Band

    After 7 years, THE COMO LA FLOR BAND has become the most respected and trend setter Selena tribute band in the nation. THE COMO LA FLOR BAND replicates the look, sound and feel of the Tex-Mex queen. These veteran musicians pride themselves on giving their audience an incredible high-energy, qualitative stage show from start to finish. Our lead vocalist has an amazing singing voice flawlessly matching Selena Quintanilla´s vocal range and on-stage movements, exactly. Dedicated to the loyal fans, the band has worked hard and with the upmost humbleness and respect to bring the Selena experience with so much detail. Our singers visual demeanor is uncanny to the Tex-Mex Queen. THE COMO LA FLOR BAND brings to you the last concert Selena performed in Houston, TX., and also highlights the early Selena years.

    Performance will be held at the Creative Arts Building, 250 School Street

    Saturday, December 14, 2019 at 8pm

    Location: Creative Arts Building
    250 School Street
    General Admission $45
  • Presented by Karen Lewis with Anointed Media/Soulbeat.tv

    The Love Games 2020

    A FUN, engaging new way to celebrate Valentine’s Day!

    Let’s explore the world of romantic LOVE through play, games, music, dance, spoken word, comedy, prizes, luck, love, but mostly, a whole lot of FUN! Sit back and watch the show or engage in audience participation segments, like “Speed Dating” or the “Bachelor Auction” or the “Best/Worse Pick up Line Contest“.  Come support local couples for a good ol’ fashioned “Newlywed Game” or cheer for your favorite singles during the “Dating Game” segment. Challenge the opinions of the relationship “Expert Panel”, position yourself to fall for Cupid’s arrow or simply move and groove to your favorite LOVE songs, brought to you
    DJ style. 

    If you would like to be a participant in any of the on-stage games, send an email to: LoveGames2020Pittsburg@gmail.com and include in the Subject Line: LoveGames2020 Contestant (All contestants must have a reserved ticket to participate in on-stage events.)

    Cabaret Seating is available for Rows B-D. Each table is grouped by adjoined seats. Purchase the entire table, or any portion thereof. Contact the Box Office for more details.

    Doors Open at 7pm

    Friday, February 14, 2020 at 8pm
    Cabaret Reserved Seating $35
    Advanced Reserve Seating $25
    At Door $40
  • Sponsored by Contra Costa County

    Destination Weddings

    Contra Costa County is offering couples the chance to have a wedding at the historic California Theatre in Pittsburg. The theater reopened in 2013 after decades of planning and renovating. The architecture is reminiscent of the early 19th century buildings. Some of the original sculptures were kept and old photos were used inspiring the artist and citizens to a stunning glimpse into the past. Ceremonies will be held in the main theater.

    Invite family and friends to the ceremony and take photos. Appointments are limited.

    Ceremonies can be scheduled online at www.contracostacore.us.

    Friday, February 14, 2020 , 12pm - 5pm
  • Present by Pittsburg Community Theatre


    “A Raisin in the Sun” tells the story of the Younger family’s struggle for dignity and a better life, and the backlash that erupts when they try to move beyond their oppressive Chicago tenement home. The tensions and prejudice they face form this ground-breaking American drama, and their heroic struggle to retain dignity in a harsh and changing world.

    February 22- March 1, 2020
  • Present by the Pittsburg Community Theatre


    Charles Dickens’ novel Oliver Twist comes to life in this Tony and Oscar Award-winning musical about an orphan boy on his quest to find love and family in Victorian England. Oliver! features a number of Broadway classics, including smash hits “Consider Yourself” and “As Long As He Needs Me.” Rousing production numbers, unforgettable characters, and a riveting storyline make this show a must-see examination of our universal longing to discover where we belong.

    May 9-24, 2020