A press release from Metro Parks Tacoma.
Outdoor movies are back this summer! Join us at the SERA campus (behind STAR Center) for free family-friendly movies and fun.
Pre-movie activities include performances from a local Moana performer! Come join in the fun!
Event lawn opens at 7:30 pm.
Enjoy food (available for purchase) and games before the movie. Movie starts at dark.
- Friday, July 30: Moana (rated PG)
- Friday, August 6: Black Panther (rated PG-13)
- Friday, August 13: Coco (rated PG)
- Friday, August 20: Raya and the Last Dragon (rated PG)
Learn more at the Metro Parks website.
Shakespeare in the Park
Friday, July 30, 2021
Friday, August 6, 2021
Dune Peninsula at Point Defiance Park
Grab a picnic, bring your family and join us at Wright Park and Dune Peninsula for some free Shakespeare in the park!
During the summer months, Seattle Shakespeare Company presents free, outdoor productions of classical plays performed in parks throughout the Puget Sound region.
No tickets needed. Seating is on a first-come, first-seated basis.
The Comedy of Errors
Double the trouble and double the fun! Shakespeare’s fizzy, dizzy comedy follows the mishaps and mayhem created by Antipholus and Dromio as they search for their lost family. After arriving in a new city, the two are treated like old friends…but something seems amiss. Soon the pair is thrown into a quagmire of jealous wives, stolen goods, and an enigmatic nun who holds the key to solving the riddle. As the sun starts to set the comic confusion lifts just in time to end with a loopy family reunion.
Playful Pandemonium. The Comedy of Errors is one of Shakespeare’s earliest works and one of his shortest plays. Characters romp through this fast-paced comedy that has brought laughs to audiences since it first took the stage. Two sets of twins keep the rib-tickling ruses rolling from one joke to the next.
Side-splitting summer slapstick. Drawing from improv and sketch comedy, a five-person cast will play all the roles for this fast-flying farce. Pay attention or you might just think you’re seeing double for this summer family show.
Read more about the production