Located across Old Davis Road from the Arboretum, this small theatre (seats 200) is one of the oldest buildings on…More the UC Davis campus. Wyatt Pavilion was erected in 1907 as a livestock judging pavilion. Today, the extensively renovated interior is configured as an Elizabethan style "theatre-in-the-round" with a thrust stage. Tickets may be purchased in advance at nearby Mondavi Center or one hour before performances start at Wyatt Pavilion's box office.</p>
<p>Productions are sometimes experimental and are staged by UCD MFA candidates and undergraduate theatre majors. Occasional folk music concerts and singalongs are held on the Wyatt Deck in the Arboretum directly across Old Davis Road from Wyatt Theatre.</p>
Davis Musical Theater Company is a non profit corporation abbreviated DMTC. Jan and Steve Isaacson founded the…More organization in 1984. DMTC is known as the longest-running, year-round, amateur musical theater company in California. It also produces 10 musicals throughout the year. Purchase tickets on the company Web site along with audition, donation and volunteer information.</p>
City of Davis Veterans Memorial Center 203 E 14th St, Davis, CA95616 The stated goal of the Davis Post 6949 of the Veterans of Foreign Wars is to "Honor the dead by helping the living."…More This facility hosts a variety of activities throughout the year, including the annual staging of The Davis Children's Nutcracker, Cardozorama (UC Davis Law School's student talent show), Acme Theatre productions, Davis Is Burning, musical concerts and dance recitals. The center features a 325-seat theater complete with a green room, state-of-the-art lighting, a concession booth and a box office, as well as a large multi-purpose room and a fully equipped industrial-size kitchen. A stone plaque in front of the building lists Davis's deceased war heroes.