Okay, so here’s the deal: You’re a fantastic, undiscovered lead lounge singer who does a three- act. You know you’re terrific even if your back-up duo doesn’t believe it and your sleazy boyfriend, owner of the club, treats you bad.
Gregor Samsa is not who he thought he was as he awakened to find himself transformed into a large and disgusting creature, during Pierce College Puyallup Theater’s production of Franz Kafka’s “The Metamorphosis.”
The Lakewood Playhouse is proud to present the Final Show of our 78th SEASON – “The Pirates of Penzance” by W.S. Gilbert & Arthur Sullivan. This Great Big Comedic Musical will be performed on Fridays, Saturdays at 8:00pm and Sundays at 2:00pm. Performances will be May 27th through June 25th with Special Showings at 8:00pm […]
Doctor Pepper will be grievously murdered at Tacoma Little Theatre May 11 – and 12 – and 13 – and 14. TLT invites murder-mystery fans to join in the caper for a fun-filled evening of food and murder when TLT presents “The Death of Dr. Pepper.”
The hilarious, heart-warming musical comedy ‘Legally Blonde,’ with book by Heather Hach and music and lyrics by Laurence O’Keefe and Nell Benjamin opens at Spanaway Lake High School May 5.
The Changing Scene Theatre Northwest, Kitsap County’s fringe theatre migrating to Tacoma, presents Jane Martin’s Talking With… which features 11 monologues for 11 women. In a time when women’s voices need to be heard, Talking With… gives the audience a mix of the comedic and dramatic in an intimate look into the lives of each […]
“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.
Tacoma, WA – From all-time greats to contemporary stars, football fans will score big when Gridiron Glory: The Best of the Pro Football Hall of Fame kicks off at the Washington State History Museum (WSHM) in Tacoma. Gridiron Glory is the largest, most comprehensive traveling exhibition ever created about America’s favorite sport.
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.