Santa is coming to TMP. Join Santa and his TMP elves in a Sing-Along celebration including story-telling, treats and pictures.
The Most Fun You’ll Have at a Cage Fight, a non-fiction book about amateur mixed martial arts fighters in Washington, was recently published by University of Hell Press in Portland, OR. The book is by Rory Douglas, a Steilacoom resident.
By B. J. Coleman University Place-based Dance Theatre Northwest will present its last “Arts Are Education” Performance for year 2015 on Friday, November 20, 2015, at Park Lodge Elementary at 1:00 p.m. “Arts Are Education” is part of an ongoing series of DTNW’s Community Service outreach projects that are FREE open to the public dance […]
The Lakewood Playhouse is proud to present its 4th Annual “Special” Joint Presentation with its very own Lakewood Institute of Theatre — “Treasure Island” for 9 shows only. The famous story by Robert Louis Stevenson is adapted by Ken Ludwig and is sure to be a fantastic, swashbuckling tale of rollicking adventure for the entire family this holiday season. The Show will run from December 10th through the December 20th and be performed on Thursdays, Fridays & Saturdays at 7:00pm and Sundays at 2:00pm.
Tacoma City Ballet presents its annual production of The Nutcracker and the Tale of the Hard Nut at the Pantages Theatre, this year for the first time with the Tacoma City Ballet Orchestra, under the direction of Maestro Bernard Kwiram. Tickets are on sale now at the Broadway Center for the Performing Arts Box Office, or online at www.broadwaycenter.org.
These three fine artists make great company, not a crowd. Marianne Harlor, Mary Schossow Schumaker, and Marjorie Mankin bring their grand images to help all of us celebrate the Holiday season. Local artists all, these three distinguished painters of course offer you many images of the Northwest, as well as other subjects.
Tacoma Art Museum highlights the creative cowboy culture of the Pacific Northwest in two new exhibitions that opened Saturday, October 31: Saddles, Spurs, and Quirts: The Art of Leatherworkingand Northwest Cowboys in Artand will be on view through May 15, 2016.
The community celebration of arts and culture throughout October is not the end of arts and culture events, exhibits, and workshops taking place in Tacoma. November brings whole host of opportunities and in the next two weeks, a chance to win great prizes.
There is so much good theatre in the Puget Sound area this time of year. Unfortunately, due to family illness, you reviewer is unable to take it all in and review each effort; instead, here is a break-down of what’s on tap to entertain you.