“Peer Gynt,” the sprawling classic Norwegian folk tale, is produced by New Muse Theatre Company. New Muse will once more use the theatrical resources of Dukesbay Theater for the production.
When a couple gets married, it is usually stated “until death us do part.” However, friendships are eternal. Tacoma Little Theatre’s current production of Paul Elliott’s “Exit Laughing” proves the axiom with peels of laughter and a few tears of joy.
“Mrs. Smith Goes to Washington,” by Linda Britt, is the story of Republican Maine politician Margaret Chase Smith, who served as a role model for women aspiring to national politics.
Tom Stoppard is a master of words and a firm subscriber to the Theatre of the Absurd. This can be disconcerting to some audience members who may find Stoppard’s work a bit hard to follow and a bit too repetitious and a bit long-winded, but, no matter what you call it, the wordsmith can really […]
Ah, the beauty of it all – Camelot! The most glamorous, glorious and heroic of British legends with the undying love of King Arthur for his lady Guinevere and the unswaying loyalty Arthur had for his knights of the round table and they for him.
Dukesbay is the hidden charming intimate theater in downtown Tacoma. Dukesbay Productions, founded in 2011 by Tacoma theatre artists Randy Clark and Aya Hashiguchi Clark has continually brought good theatre to Tacoma with original or seldom done theatrical experiences of great quality.
“Gypsy, A Musical Fable,” the current highly entertaining musical production at Tacoma Little Theatre, is the story of a familiar figure to devotees of the Turner Classic Movie Channel, June Havoc, who was in theatre for more than 72 years – from vaudeville to Broadway to Hollywood films and finally to TV.
Bertolt Brecht, a German poet, playwright and theatre director, who earned critical acclaim in the first half of the 20th Century, is the subject of Tacoma Little Theatre’s latest “Off the Shelf” production, “Brecht on Brecht.”
One of the great common laws of this country is that a person is innocent until a jury of their peers finds that the preponderance of evidence proves them guilty or not guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. “Doubt, A Parable,” by John Patrick Shanley, the current production at the Lakewood Playhouse, delves into the question […]
Tacoma Little Theatre represents the Puget Sound at the Washington State Community Theatre Association (WSCTA) Kaleidoscope festival with their performance of last season’s production of “Second Samuel,” written by Pamela Parker. And there is nothing more “small town” than post-WW II Georgia. Things were a lot slower then – as were people – they hold […]