As we at Red Curtain prepare for the post-coronavirus world, we are keenly aware that unforseen circumstances can strike at any time, turning everyone's plans upside down. To help mitigate these uncertain times, Red Curtain is offering the option of a 5-show Flex Pass this season. HOW IT WORKS: The Flex Pass can be used for five admissions -- see five of the shows in this upcoming season, or use all five passes for one production, or any other combination. It's your choice! You'll still enjoy a discount over single admissions, priority seating, and a concession punch card. No need to decide on your dates now -- just call or email to add your Flex Pass ticket(s) to the performance of your choice. Use the order form below to order the full 7-show season ticket package, or the 5-show Flex Pass.
SEPTEMBER 4-20, 2020
This classic Neil Simon comedy opens on a group of guys assembled for their weekly card game in the apartment of divorced sports writer Oscar Madison. And if the mess is any indication, it's no wonder that his wife left him. Last to arrive is fastidious, depressed, and extremely tense Felix Unger. Felix, whose wife has thrown him out, seems suicidal, but as the action unfolds, Oscar becomes the one with murder on his mind. As the clean freak and slob decide to room together, the hilarity begins. Rated PG: Mild adult language, discussion of suicidal thoughts, sexual innuendo.
OCTOBER 16-NOVEMBER 1, 2020
Agatha Christie's best-selling crime novel! On a summer day in the late 1930s, eight people arrive on a small, isolated island off the coast of England. Each has an invitation tailored to his or her personal circumstances, such as an offer of employment or an unexpected late summer holiday. They are met by the butler and cook-housekeeper, who state that their hosts, Mr. Ulick Norman Owen and his wife Mrs. Una Nancy Owen, whom they have not yet met in person, have not arrived, but have left instructions for the guests. The mystery–and the body count– begins to mount, as each person becomes a suspect and a potential victim!
NOVEMBER 27-DECEMBER 13, 2020
An original radio play! Kris Kringle, an old man in a retirement home, gets a job working as Santa Claus for Macy's. Kris unleashes waves of good will with Macy's customers by referring parents to other stores to find exactly the toy their child has asked for. Seen as deluded and dangerous by Macy's management, a plot hatches to have him committed to Bellevue Psychiatric Hospital. His competency hearing tests one little girl's belief in Santa and brings about a dramatic court decision. RATED G: Appropriate for all audiences.
JANUARY 15-31, 2021
Agnes Evans is a popular teenager whose younger sister, Tilly, is a constant embarrassment. Agnes wishes she didn't have such a weird nerdy sister, and her wish unfortunately comes true when Tilly dies in a car crash. As Agnes is cleaning and packing Tilly's room, she finds a Dungeons and Dragons module her sister had written and, in an effort to better understand her little sister, Agnes embarks on her own D&D adventure. As she delves deeper in the quest, the fantasy world and reality begin to collide and Agnes realizes how much of her sister she never knew. RATED PG-13: Fantasy violence, death of a child.
FEBRUARY 26-MARCH 14, 2021
This pastoral comedy by William Shakespeare follows its heroine, Rosalind, as she flees persecution in her uncle's court to the forest of Arden. Meanwhile, young Orlando, who is in love with Rosalind, has also run off into the forest. Filled with seemingly endless love triangles and mistaken identities, the clever Rosalind finds a way to untangle all the missed connections and set everything right. RATED PG: Complexity of language not ideal for young audiences.
APRIL 9-25, 2021
(Rescheduled to the 2020-2021 season due to the COVID-19 shutdown.) A play with local roots, written by Steven Dietz, that tells the true story of Joyce Cheeka, a young Squaxin Indian girl who was forcibly placed in the Tulalip Boarding School in 1911. Fighting against the school's mandates, she struggles to maintain her role as "The Rememberer" for her tribe. RATED PG: Strong themes of anti-colonialism, forced family separation, racism.
MAY 21-JUNE 6, 2021
This well-loved musical by Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine takes everyone's favorite storybook characters and brings them together for a timeless, yet relevant, piece.The story follows a Baker and his wife, Cinderella, and Jack, who each venture into the woods for personal reasons -- and meet others who may have very different wishes for their welfare. One of Sondheim's most popular works, "Into the Woods" is a musically sophisticated show filled with wonderful characters and powerful storytelling. RATED PG-13: Mature themes of death and love, fantasy violence.
Download and complete the order form for your 2020-2021 season ticket package, and mail to
Red Curtain, 9315 State Ave. #J, Marysville, WA 98270.
Your tickets (or Flex Pass) will be mailed to you beginning June 1.