Community Theaters around Hoquiam, WA

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7th Street Theatre

313 7th Street
Hoquiam, WA
Hoquiam's 7th Street Theatre was built in 1928. Featuring an atmospheric ceiling mural with recessed twinkling lights, and a tiled fountain in the ...
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ACT Theatre

700 Union Street
Seattle, WA
About Us: A Theatre of New Ideas: Raising Consciousness Through Theatre Located in the heart of downtown Seattle and serving a population of curi...
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Admiral Theatre

515 Pacific Avenue
Bremerton, WA
History: In 1941, The Admiral Theatre, originally to be named the Rivoli, was constructed for an estimated cost of $250,000. In 1941, the Theatre...
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Albany Civic Theater

111 First Ave. W.
Albany, OR
About Us: ACT is one of the oldest, best-known community theaters in Oregon. ACT is an all-volunteer, non-profit community theater that takes pri...
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Alberta Abbey

126 Northeast Alberta Street
Portland, OR
MISSION To foster exposure and development of the arts for children and adults of all backgrounds in Northeast Portland. VISION Make Alberta Abb...
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Anacortes Community Theatre

918 M Avenue
Anacortes, WA
Anacortes Community Theatre (ACT) is the undisputed #1 community theatre in Skagit County.ACT is not a repertory, regional or private theatre organ...
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Annex Theatre

1100 East Pike Street
Seattle, WA
About Us:Annex Theatre is a democratic collective of theatre artists dedicated to creating bold new work in an environment of improbability, resour...
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Artists Repertory Theatre

1515 South West Morrison
Portland, OR
Artists Repertory Theatre is a professional, not-for-profit theater company dedicated to challenging artists and audiences with plays of depth and ...
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Arts Equity - The Main Street Theatre

606 Main Street
Vancouver, WA
Arts Equity Inc. was founded in 1983 in Washington DC. It was from its beginning a company that had as its mission: To create Equity in the Arts.Ov...
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ArtsWest Playhouse and Gallery

4711 California Avenue South West
Seattle, WA
Mission: The mission of ArtsWest is to produce artistic events so fiercely compelling that they require conversation, improve the imagination, and ...
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Auburn Riverside Theatre

501 Oravetz Road
Auburn, WA
The A.R.T. is a cozy, 400-seat theatre adjacent to Roegner Park along the Stuck River. It is owned by the Auburn School District No. 408 and was co...
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Backwards Ensemble Theatre Company

617 North East Ravenna Boulevard
Seattle, WA
Mission BETC is commited to continuously exploring ways in which to affect the world and bring about a revolutionary change in today's performanc...
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Bag&Baggage Productions

350 East Main Street
Hillsboro, OR
About Us:The story of Bag&Baggage (B&B) reads like something out of Elizabethan history. Founded in 2005 by a small group of theatre practi...
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Barefoot Theatre Group

P.O. Box 95276
Tacoma, WA
Mission Barefoot Theatre Group's mission is to "untie the laces of injustice" by engaging, educating, and empowering citizens to reclaim...
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Beaverton Civic Theatre

12375 South West 5th Street
Beaverton, OR
About Us:Beaverton Civic Theatre is a volunteer-run theater company housed in the Beaverton Public Library. We strive to reflect the diverse lives ...
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Bellevue Civic Theatre

11100 NE 6th St
Bellevue, WA
About Us: Bellevue Civic Theatre has lived up to the mission established before the first light hit our stage: provide professional theatre with a...
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Bellingham Theatre Guild

1600 H Street
Bellingham, WA
Bellingham Theatre Guild 1929-2004Look Back in FondnessFounded in 1929, The Bellingham Theatre Guild is one of the oldest continuously running thea...
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Black Box Theatre

20310 68th Avenue West
Lynnwood, WA
About Us:The Black Box Theatre is a 200-seat,  multi-purpose theater venue with flexible seating that opened on the Edmonds Community College ...
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Blue Mouse Theatre

2611 North Proctor
Tacoma, WA
History : On Tuesday evening, November 13, 1923, John Hamrick’s Blue Mouse Theatre had its Grand Opening on Proctor Street. It was named afte...
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