We’re a Proud Community Partner of Sacramento Theatre Company
CRH will partner with STC for the 2019 production of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol


The Children’s Receiving Home of Sacramento – today the only independent nonprofit shelter for abused and neglected youth in California – was originally founded at the location now home to the H Street Theatre Complex, where the Sacramento Theatre Company brings professional theatrical performances to life and provides theatre arts education to our community.

To honor this affiliation, the Sacramento Theatre Company named the Children’s Receiving Home (CRH) its Community Partner for the 2019 production of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, (December 4-29) and will be collecting donations for the youth served by CRH in the lobby prior to each performance. 

Join Us! Please bring a teen-friendly gift (headphones, sports apparel, skin care & makeup, art supplies, fidget/stress relief items and gift cards) and join us in attending the show between December 4 – December 29, 2019. Plus, if you mention the Children’s Receiving Home, tickets purchased by phone or in-person at the Box Office will be $25 instead of $40! STC Box Office: (916) 443-6722

“The kids we serve feel lost, abandoned, and discarded by the people who were supposed to love them and care for them,” said David Ballard, CEO of the Children’s Receiving Home. “Our ability to provide nurturing counselors, individualized care, skills training and therapeutic programs around the clock is really only possible because of each and every one of our supporters who partner with us, and we thank the Sacramento Theatre Company for its incredibly generous investment in these youth.”


Founded in 1942, the Sacramento Theatre Company (STC) officially organized in 1945 and is one of the region’s oldest and largest professional theatre companies. STC was originally the Sacramento Civic Repertory Theatre, an ad hoc troupe formed to entertain locally- stationed troops during World War II.

STC’s Diamond Jubilee (75th Anniversary) season, Decades, Divas & Diamonds, began in October. This season STC will share stories from across the decades, spotlight strong female divas and their powerful contributions throughout time, and bring to life some of the crown jewels of classic theatre.

“Sacramento Theatre Company is proud to partner with CRH during our production of A Christmas Carol – recalling a time when want and need were keenly felt,” said Michael Laun, Sacramento Theatre Company’s Executive Producing Director.