The Family Business

April 20-May 6, 2018

An original play, written by local playwright Griffin Harwood, with its world premiere at Red Curtain Arts Center.

Death has come calling, but somehow the rookie specter has arrived at the wrong address at the wrong time. Caroline is not ready for the Afterlife, but Death's inexperience results in her learning more about her eventual demise than she should.

Fast forward to Caroline's actual death, and her second meeting with Death and his family -- War, Pestilence and Famine. The Four Horsemen are preparing for The Apocalypse, and only Caroline can save the world.

This modern play, with a big dose of dark comedy laced with some adult language and absurd situations, is sure to be a hit. Come be part of the world premiere! 

Final Show of the Season - Angry Housewives

June 1-17, 2018

A high-energy rock 'n roll musical, written by Everett lyricist Chad Henry and Seattle playwright A.M. Collins. Bored with their everyday, insignificant lives, four housewives form a punk rock band to enter a local talent competition.

This campy 1980s musical, which has fans worldwide, is directed by Scott B Randall. 

Tickets will be available May 1.

Announcing…the 2018-2019 Season

Avenue Q - Sept. 7-23, 2018

What's a puppet, fresh out of college, supposed to do with his life? Find out in this adult Sesame Street-esque musical that won three Tony Awards. Not recommended for children. 

Not included in Mini-Season Pkg.

An Evening of One-Acts - Oct. 19-Nov. 4, 2018

We present Tom Stoppard's and Christopher Durang's short plays which take a comedic look into the world behind the footlights, where reality and make-believe become one.

A Christmas Carol - Nov. 30-Dec. 16, 2018

As Charles Dickens celebrates Christmas Eve with loved ones, he convinces them to act out his most-beloved tale in the family home's attic. This innovative adaptation by Michael Paller is sure to be a family favorite.

American Buffalo - Jan. 18-Feb. 3, 2019

David Mamet introduces us to Donnie, who runs a fairly successful pawn shop on the wrong side of town. When he sees the opportunity for a possible windfall, how far will his morals bend before they break? Not recommended for children. 

Not included in Mini-Season Pkg.

5 Women Wearing the Same Dress - March 1-17

Hiding out during their best friend's wedding, five long-time friends address rumors and speculations, uncovering secrets in this modern play reminiscent of Steel Magnolias.

Lost in Yonkers - April 19-May 5, 2019

From well-loved American playwright Neil Simon comes this sentimental seriocomic play about two boys who are forced to live with their unlovable grandmother after the death of their mother.

[title of show] - May 31-June 16, 2019

Billed as "a musical written by two guys about two guys writing a musical," we follow college students trying to write an original script and break into the New York theatre scene.

Season Ticket Packages

Call the office at (360) 322-7402 to get answers to your questions, order your season tickets, and reserve your dates!