Theatres: Community Theatre


Aurora Theatre Company

Mailing Address:

20011 Palatine Avenue North

Shoreline, WA 98133

(206) 714-5045

[email protected]

Contact: Scott Francis, Artistic Director

Founded in 2014, Aurora Theatre Company creates productions that enrich, engage and entertain diverse audiences. The company produces 1 -2 shows per year. Non union; pays a stipend. Calls posted on the TPS Audition Listing Service .

The Phoenix Theatre

9673 Firdale Ave, 2nd Fl

Edmonds, WA 98020

206) 533-2000

[email protected]

Contact: Christine Mosere, Managing Artistic Director.

The Phoenix Theatre is a small, semi-professional theater company serving the Edmonds and North Seattle area. It produces 6 shows a season. Performances are in a 96-seat theater in the Firdale Village mall. It pays a stipend. Auditions are announced on the TPS Audition LIsting Service.

Twelfth Night Productions

Youngstown Cultural Arts Center

4408 Delridge Ave SW #114

Seattle, WA 98106

(206) 937-1394

[email protected]

Contact: Mary Opland Springer, Artistic Director.

Founded in 2003, Twelfth Night Productions is a multi-age arts organization dedicated to making performing arts experiences available to community members of all ages and experience. Twelfth Night produces 4 shows per year including 2 musicals, a holiday radio play and a classic drama or comedy. To audition, email headshot, resume and samples of work. Auditions are announced on the Twelfth Night Productions, TPS and Seattle Actor websites, as well as on the Twelfth Night Facebook page. Twelfth Night attends the TPS general auditions. Rehearsals are held for 6 weeks, Sunday through Thursday in the late evening. Performances for musicals run Friday through Sunday for 2 – 3 weeks; other shows run for 2 weeks. Actors are not paid.

UPAC Theatre Group

United Evangelical Free Church

Theatre space in basement

1420 NW 80th St

Seattle, WA 98117

(206) 948-7127

[email protected]

Contact:  Sue Beckman, Artistic Director.

UPAC produces 3 family-friendly shows including classic comedies, murder mysteries, musicals and/or a traveling Christmas show.  To audition, email headshot and resume after auditions are announced on the UPAC and TPS websites.  Rehearsals are on weekday evenings and some weekend afternoons.  The spring production runs for 1 weekend (4 performances), the summer production runs 3 weekends (12 performances) and the traveling Christmas run varies, depending on bookings.  Actors are not paid.


Heavier than Air Family Theatre

Green River College Performing Arts Building

12401 SE 320th St.

Auburn, WA 98092-3699

(253) 833-9111 Ext #4966

[email protected]

Contact: Joe Baker, Director.

Founded in 1975, Heavier than Air produces three family appropriate plays a year with actors ranging in age from 7 to 72. Additionally, it operates a 5 week summer camp for children ages 3 through 17. Auditions announced on website, Facebook, and via TPS Listing Service.


Tacoma Little Theatre

210 North I Street

Tacoma, WA 98403

(253) 272-2281

[email protected]

Contact: Chris Serface, Managing Artistic Director.

Tacoma Little Theatre began in 1918 as the Tacoma Chapter of the Drama League of America. Tacoma Little Theatre produces 7 mainstage shows per season and offers year- round education to youth and adults. TLT also produces the “Off the Shelf” series of reading of one act plays. Auditions are posted on Facebook and the TLT website. Call or email for further audition information or to schedule an appointment. (See Ch. 4 Young Actor: Studios)



Act 1 Theater

116 W Main Ave

Puyallup, WA 98371

(253) 447-4139

[email protected]

Contact: Kris and Petra Karr, Founders.

Founded in 1995, Act 1 is a regional and educational theatre company. In the streets, ACT 1 has rehearsed and performed for free on the pavements and lawns of East Pierce County.

In the classroom, Act 1 offers theatre arts classes in public schools, as well as one-day workshops for all ages. Instructors are sometimes theatre specialists from New York, London, or Los Angeles.

Auditions announced on web site, Facebook, TPS Listing Service, and Performers Callboard.



East Side

Bellevue Youth Theatre


Year-Round Audition, Rehearsal and Performance Locations:

Bellevue Youth Theatre

16051 NE 10th Street

Bellevue, WA 98008

Crossroads Community Center

16000 NE 10th Street

Bellevue, WA 98008

South Bellevue Community Center

14509 SE Newport Way

Bellevue, WA 98008

(425) 452-7155

[email protected]

[email protected]

Contact: James McClain, Program and Artistic Director.

Founded in 1990, Bellevue Youth Theater is supported by The Bellevue Youth Theatre Foundation and administered by the City of Bellevue Parks and Community Services. BYT presents 11 productions per year using young actors and adults. A wide range of classes, workshop and day camp programs are also offered.

The BYT is dedicated to providing opportunities for all young people in the theater, ages 8 to 19, or children under 8 with a parent or guardian present at all times. Persons with disabilities, families and older adults are encouraged to participate.

Auditions are posted on Facebook and the website. Everyone who auditions gets a role, no one is turned away and there are no barriers to participation. Actors are not paid.

Sky Performing Arts

Mailing Address:

113 North Lewis Street

Monroe WA 98272

Performance Space:

Wagner Performing Arts Center

639 West Main Street

Monroe, WA 98272

(360) 863-1663

[email protected]

Contact: Alexandra Clark, President.

Sky Performing Arts was created from the the merger of Off the Wall Theater and Take a Bough Productions in 2004. SPA produces plays, musicals, concerts and more, year-round. Auditions are posted on website.

Snoqualmie Falls Forest Theater

Mailing Address:

PO Box 249

Fall City, WA 98024

Theatre Address:

36800 David Powell Rd.

Fall City, WA. 98024

(425) 736-7252

[email protected], [email protected]

Contacts: Kelli Zielinski, President, or Linda Carlock, V. President/Secretary

Founded in 1960, The Snoqualmie Falls Forest Theater presents outdoor shows every summer. Its open air theater sits amid 95 acres of forest, hiking trails, and Snoqualmie River beachfront. Auditions posted on Facebook and TPS. (See Ch.1: Sommer Stock)

Valley Center Stage

PO Box 1123

North Bend, WA 98045

(425) 831-5667

[email protected]

Contact:  Gary Schwartz, Executive Director.

Valley Center stage produces 3 full-length productions (musicals and plays) and several special events (variety, stand-up comedy and improv) each season. To audition, email headshot and resume.  Auditions are announced on the the Valley Center Stage e-mail list, the TPS website and the Performers Callboard list-serv.  Rehearsals are held 2 to 3 evenings per week with some weekend commitments.  Performance schedules vary.  Actors are not paid. (See Ch.1 Theatres: Musical Theatre, Improvisation Theatre, Stand-Up Comedy Theatre.  See Also Theatre Production Guide: Road Houses)

North Sound

Bellingham Theatre Guild

P.O. Box 607

Bellingham, WA 98227-0607

(360) 733-1811

[email protected]

Contact: Jeff Braswell, Publicity Chair.

Bellingham Theatre Guild produces plays and musicals.  Auditions are announced on the BTG website, in local newspapers and the season brochure.  Actors can also sign-up to receive audition notice emails.

Bellingham TheatreWorks

2800 Church St.

Bellingham, WA  98225

(360) 296-1753

[email protected]

Contact: Steve Lyons, Producing Director.

Founded in 2014, Bellingham TheatreWorks presents stories of significance to the Pacific Northwest, with an emphasis on local actors and local playwrights. Auditions announced on social media and the website.

Driftwood Players

Mailing Address:

P.O. Box 385

Edmonds, WA 98020

Theatre Address:

950 Main St.

Edmonds, WA

(425) 774-9600

[email protected]

Driftwood Players produces 13 to 15 shows per year, including musicals, comedies, dramas and mysteries. Auditions are announced on the Driftwood Players email list, the TPS website and the Performers Callboard list-serv. Please bring a hard copy of headshot and resume to the audition.  Rehearsals are held 4 to 6 times per week on weekday evenings and weekend afternoons.  Performances are in the evenings from Thursday through Saturday with a Sunday Matinee.  Rehearsal and performance times vary with each production.  Actors are not paid.

Mt. Baker Theatre

104 North Commercial

Bellingham, WA 98225

(360) 733-5793 x 301

[email protected]

Contact: Alison Terry Storms, Program Manager.

Founded in 1983, Mt. Baker Theatre produces plays and musicals and is also a road house for traveling productions. The Mount Baker Theatre building was originally completed in 1927, and stands today as a perfect example of the movie palaces of the 1920s and 30s. Performance spaces include the 1509 seat mainstage, the Harold and Irene Walton Theatre (a black-box performance space), and the Encore Room (an intimate space perfect for small performances). In June 2007 ,MBT debuted its first Summer Repertory Theatre series with a resident company in its history. In 2011 it began a Winter Series to follow up on the success of the Summer Series. Auditions announced on Facebook and MBT’s audition page.

South Sound

CenterStage Theatre

Mailing Address:

PO Box 3141

Federal Way, WA 98063

Theatre Location:

Knutzen Family Theatre

Dumas Bay Centre

3200 SW Dash Point Rd

Federal Way, WA 98023

(253) 661-1444

[email protected]

Contact:  Laura Campbell, Office Manager.

Each season CenterStage Theatre produces 4 children and family-friendly shows, both musicals and plays, as well as a series of interactive murder mysteries.  Auditions are announced on the CenterStage! Theatre and TPS websites.  Centerstage! also attends the TPS General Auditions.  (See Ch. 1 Theatre: Children’s Theatre, Musical Theatre & Interactive/Murder Mystery Theatre.)

Olympia Family Theater

1417 Braw ne Ave NW

Olympia, WA  98502

(360) 570-1638

[email protected]

Contact:  Jens Ryle, Artistic Director.

Olympia Family Theater produces year-round children’s theater.

eneral auditions are held in August and additional auditions are held throughout the season as needed.  Auditions are announced on the Olympia Family Theater and TPS website  (See Children’s Theatre).

Olympia Little Theatre

PO Box 7882

Olympia, WA 98507

(360) 786-9484

[email protected]

Kathryn Bell, Artistic Director.

Olympia Little Theatre produces 7 shows each year.   Auditions are announced on the website.

Peninsula, Islands, & Coast

The Actors Theatre of Orcas Island

PO Box 1198

Eastsound, WA 98245

[email protected]

Contact: Doug Bechtel, President.

Founded in 1999, The Actors Theater of Orcas Island considers itself an “incubator” by bringing new people into the theater, providing training and performance opportunities as well as expanding the knowledge of those already involved in the theater so they are capable of undertaking more responsible positions.

ATOI is an all volunteer theater and produces 4 to 6 plays a year. It also produces an annual new play festival. ATOI provides formal and on-the-job training for playwrights, actors, directors and others involved in theatrical productions.

Auditions announced on social media and the website. (See Ch.1: NW Theatre Festival)

Anacortes Community Theatre

918 M Ave.

P.O. Box 35

Anacortes, WA 98221

(360) 293- 4373

[email protected]

Contact:  Cheryl Reid, Production Coordinator.

Anacortes Community Theatre produces 2 comedies, 2 dramas and 2 musicals per season.  Auditions are announced at the theater, in local newspapers and on the AC T website.

Bainbridge Performing Arts

200 Madison Avenue North

Bainbridge Island, WA 98110

(206) 842-8569

[email protected]

Contact: Deirdre Hadlock, Production Stage Manager.

Founded in 1956, Bainbridge Performing Arts produces 5 or more plays each season. Auditions are announced via Facebook plus Bainbridge Performing Arts and TPS websites as well as emails to subscribers. Performances run 2 to 3 weekends with evening and afternoon commitments. To audition, prepare one 1-minute monologue and, if auditioning for the musicals, one 2-minute song. If available, bring acting resume and headshot to your appointment. Actors are not paid but ferry passes are provided for all rehearsals and performances.

Bremerton Community Theatre

599 Lebo Blvd

Bremerton, WA 98310

(360) 373-5152

(800) 863-1706

[email protected]

Contact:  Alicia Hill, Volunteer Coordinator.

Bremerton Community Theatre produces 5 shows per season.  Auditions are posted on the website.

Drama Dock

PO Box 294

Vashon, WA 98070

Drama Dock produces 3 to 4 shows each season. Auditions are announced on the website.

Island Theatre

7781 NE North Street

Bainbridge Island, WA 98110

(206)842-855-4644 or (206)790-9934

[email protected], [email protected]

Contact: Diane Walker, President.

Founded in 1995, Island Theatre produces bi-monthly staged playreadings at the Bainbridge Public Libray plus, in intervening months, informal script readings in people’s homes combined with a potluck dinner( See Ch 1: Reader Theatre). It also produces the annual Island Theatre Ten-Minute Play Festival at the Bainbridge Performing Arts Theatre in August (See Ch 1: New Play Festivals). Auditions announced on the IT website, on Facebook, and in the IT eNewsletter.

Key City Public Theatre

PO Box 194

Port Townsend, WA 98368

(360) 379-0195

[email protected]

Key City Public Theatre produces approximately 6 events per year, including new works, contemporary plays, and adaptations of classics.   KCPT holds general auditions, announced on the KCPT website, in the fall and spring.   Please bring a headshot and resume to your scheduled audition.  Rehearsals run for 8 weeks and rehearsal times vary depending on actors’ schedules.  Performances run 3 weekends with evening and matinee show times.  Some AEA Guest Artist contracts are available throughout the season, but generally actors are not paid.

Kitsap Forest Theater – Mountaineers Players

Mailing Address:

The Mountaineer Players

7700 Sand Point Way

Seattle, WA 98115

Theatre Address:

Kitsap Forest Theater

3000 Seabeck Highway

Bremerton, WA 98312

(206) 542-7815

[email protected]

[email protected]

Contact: Gala Lindvall, Producer.

Since 1923, Kitsap Forest Theater has presented outdoor, family-friendly musicals in the spring and summer months. Auditions are held in Seattle and are announced on Facebook, plus the KFT and TPS web sites.

Lyric Light Opera of the Northwest

370 NE Camano Drive

PO Box 237

Camano Island, WA 98282

(360) 387-3948

[email protected]

Contact:  Brenda Mueller, Artistic Director.

Lyric Light Opera of the Northwest
produces 1 musical theatre production per year.  Auditions are announced on TPS web site.

Ovation! Musical Theatre Bainbridge

9630 NE Racoon Lane

Bainbridge Island, WA 98110

(206) 842-0472

Contact: Ron Milton, Artistic Director.

Ovation! produces 2 to 3 musicals per year.  Auditions are posted on the website and the OMTB mailing list.

Paradise Theatre

3114 Judson St. NW

Gig Harbor, WA 98335

(253) 851-7529

[email protected]

Contact: Vicki Richards, Executive Artistic Director.

Founded in May of 2000, Paradise Theatre serves the arts community by providing both theatre education and professional grade entertainment to the Puget Sound Area. Paradise Theatre produces plays and musicals for adults and children year-round. Audition information can be found on the audition section of the website. PT directors attend TPS general auditions.

Paradise Theatre School

161 Center Rd

Chimacum, WA 98325

(360) 643-3493

[email protected]

Erik and Patti Van Beuzekom, Artistic Directors.
The Paradise Theatre School produces 4 shows per season, including classics, classical adaptations and/or new works.

Port Angeles Community Playhouse

PO Box 2807

1235 E. Lauridsen Blvd.

Port Angeles, WA 98362

(360) 452-6651

[email protected]

Contact: Barb Frederick, President.

Since 1952, the all-volunteer Port Angeles Community Players has staged musicals, comedies, and dramas. Each year PACP produces 8 shows: 4 on their Main Stage, 3 in the Second Stage theatre, and, 1 Children’s Theatre production. Auditions announced on their website and social media.

San Juan Community Theatre

100 2nd St.

Friday Harbor, WA 98250

(360) 378-3211 ext 29

[email protected]

San Juan Community Theatre produces 6 plays and a playwrights’ festival every season.  Auditions are announced on the SJCT website and newsletter, in the online and print versions of  the San Juan Islander, in the online publication San Juan Update and in the print publication The  Island Guardian.  SJCT only solicits headshots and resumes at scheduled auditions.  Rehearsals run 5 evenings per week for 6 to 8 weeks.  Performances run 2 to 3 weekends with evening and afternoon commitments.  (See Theatre Production Guide: Road Houses)

Stage West Community Theatre

Mailing Address:

PO Box 1541

Ocean Shores, WA 98569

Performance Space:

Lion’s Club

832 Ocean Shores Blvd

Ocean Shores, WA 98569

(360) 593-9661

(360) 268-3430

[email protected]

Contact: Pamela Nygaard, President.

Founded in 2010, Stage West is dedicated to keeping local theater alive. SW produces three plays a season. SW encourages anyone interested in any aspect of theater to participate. Auditions announced on social media, their website and in the North Coast News.

Whidbey Island Center for the Arts (WICA)

Mailing Address:

565 Camano Avenue

PO Box 52

Langley, WA 98260

Theatre Address:

565 Camano Avenue

Langley, WA 98260

(360) 221-8262

[email protected]

Contact: Stacie Burgua, Executive Director.

WICA produces four plays/musicals and an annual One-Act Festival each season, and holds general auditions in August every year. Further callbacks for specific shows are held throughout the season. To audition please send a headshot, resume and/or samples of past work at any time, attention Production Office.

Whidbey Playhouse

730 SE Midway Blvd.

Oak Harbor, WA 98277

(360) 679-2237

[email protected]

Contact: Janis Powell, Business Manager

Founded in 1966, he Playhouse produces five shows (plays and musicals) during the regular season (September through June), plus a full youth theatre program with workshops and summer productions. Audition notices are posted on Facebook and the website.

Eastern Washington

Ignite! Community Theatre

10814 E Broadway Ave

Spokane Valley, WA 99206

(509) 795-0004

[email protected]

Founded in 2004, Ignite! produces 5 fully-staged shows, 2 – 3 reader’s theatre shows and an improve troupe that performs monthly.. Subscribe to newsletter or contact theatre for audition information.

Liberty Lake Theatre

22910 E. Appleway Avenue, Suite 2

Liberty Lake, WA 99019

[email protected]

Contact: [email protected].

Founded in 2007, Liberty Lake Theatre is a small, education-based, non-profit community theatre that produces 9 shows a season. LLCT is committed to providing culturally enriching entertainment for all ages, and is designed to allow theatre new comers the opportunity to learn and participate in local theatre, while also challenging theatre veterans. Auditions are posted on Facebook and website.

Little Theatre of Walla Walla

P.O. Box 39

Walla Walla, WA 99362

(509) 529-3683

[email protected]

Carol Anselmo, President.

The Little Theatre produces 5 plays and/or musicals per season, between September and May.  Auditions are announced on the LT website.

Spokane Children’s Theatre

W 315 Mission Ave #23

Spokane, WA  99201

(509) 328-4886

[email protected]

Spokane Children’s Theatre produces 5 child-friendly productions each year.  General and individual auditions are announced on the Spokane Children’s Theatre website, in The Spokesman Review and The PacificNorthwest Inlander, and through SCT’s mailing and e-mail lists. SCT does not accept unsolicited headshots and resumes. Rehearsals are held 4 evenings per week for 6 weeks.  Performances run 3 weekends, with 3 to 4 performances per weekend.  There is 1 daytime commitment per show. Actors are not paid.  (See Children’s Theatre)

Spokane Civic Theatre

1020 N Howard St

Spokane, WA 99201

(509) 325-2507

[email protected],

[email protected]

Contact: Lenny Bart, Artistic Director.

Founded in 1947, Spokane Civic Theatre produces 12 plays and/or musicals per season, between September and June. Auditions are announced on Facebook and SCT website. Actors can also sign up for emailed audition notices.

Stage Left Theater Association

108 W. Third Ave.

Spokane, WA 99201

(509) 838-9727

[email protected], [email protected]

Contact: Tia Wooley.Managing Director.

Founded in 2013, the 80-seat Stage Left Theater produces 8 to 10 plays and experimental performances a year. Productions favor edgier, thought–provoking works. Auditions announced on Facebook and website, and in the SLT newsletter.

Northern Washington

The Merc Playhouse

101 S. Glover Street

PO Box 425

Twisp, WA 98856

(509) 997-7529

[email protected]

Contact: Ki Gottberg, Artistic Director & Missi Smith, Executive Director.

The Merc Playhouse (The Merc) opened in 1999 by converting an abandoned store into a theater. The Merc produces 3 to 4 contemporary and/or classic plays each season. Auditions are announced on the MP website.


Northeast Washington

Pend Oreille Playhouse

Pend Oreille Players Association

Community Theatre

236 South Union

Newport, WA 99156

(509) 447-9900

[email protected]

Contact: Millie Brumbaugh

Founded in 1997, Pend Oreille Players Association is an all volunteer association that produces adult plays and musicals, kids shows, junior musicals, summer camps, concerts, open mic, and hosts community events. It also organizes the One Act Play Festival to nurture developing playwrights. Auditions announced through their newsletter, on the website, and via social media. (See Ch.1: New Play Festivals)


Southern Washington

Evergreen Playhouse

226 West Center Street

Centralia, WA 98531

(360) 736-8628

[email protected]

Contact: Shane Rivers.

Founded in 1959, Evergreen Playhouse operates in the classic tradition of community theatre. EP produces 5 mainstage plays a year and also offers 4 staged readings of other plays. Auditions announced on social media, on the website, and in the EP newsletter.

Magenta Theater

Mailing Address:

6400 NE Hwy 99

Suite G; Box 160

Vancouver, WA 98665

Theater Location:

1108 Main Street

Vancouver, WA 98660

(360) 635-4358

[email protected]–148422825214219

Contact: Jaynie Roberts, Artistic Director.

Founded in 2002, Magenta Theater produces 5 comedies, mysteries, and dramas each season.Auditions are announced on Facebook and the MT website.

Stageworks Northwest Theatre

Mailing Address:

POB 2034

Longview, WA 98632

Theatre Address:

1433 Commerce Ave.

Longview, WA 98632

(360) 636-4488

[email protected]

audition info:

Contact: Stageworks Production Committee.

Founded in 1997, Stageworks Northwest produces 6 shows (contemporary, contemporary classsics, and new works) per year and casts parts non-traditionally. Auditions are announced on the SNT website and on Facebook.

Vancouver Community Theatre

11407 NE 119th St

Vancouver, WA 98662

(360) 892-4292

[email protected]

Check the Vancouver Community Theatre website or contact theatre for audition information.



Oregon Children’s Theatre

Studios and Offices:

1939 NE Sandy Blvd.

Portland, OR 97232

Theatre Address:

Newmark & Winningstad Theaters

1111 SW Broadway

Portland, OR 97205

(503) 228-9571

[email protected]

Instagram: octportland

Contacts: Stan Foote, Artistic Director and Dani Baldwin, Education Director.

Oregon Children’s Theatre produces 5 professional plays for children and families each year.

OCT casts age-appropriately (youth for youth roles, adults for adult roles) and all actors are paid. The OCT Young Professional Company produces 3 shows a season by teens at our studio location. OCT performs weekday school and weekend public shows.

All cast members will be expected to be available for all performances. Auditions are announced on the OCT website .(See Ch. 1 Theatres: Children’s Theatre, Musical Theatre, & Partial Equity Theatre, & Ch. 4 Young Actors: Youth Studios).

Greater Oregon

Coaster Theatre Playhouse

108 N Hemlock

PO Box 643

Cannon Beach, OR 97110

(503) 436-1242

[email protected]

Contact: Jenni Tronier, Marketing & Operations Director.

Founded in 1972, the Coaster Theatre Playhouse produces 5 plays and 2 musicals each year in addition to several special event concerts. Check Facebook, website or contact theatre for audition information.

Hillsboro Artists Regional Theatre (HART)

Mailing Address:

POB 552

Hillsboro, OR 97123

Street Address:

185 SE Washington

Hillsboro, OR 97123

(503) 693-7815

[email protected]

Contact: Ray Hale and Paul Roder, Artistic Directors.

Founded in 1994, Hillsboro Artists Regional Theatre (HART Theatre) produces year-round with seasonal shows and special events. Auditions are announced on the website,, Facebook pages, as well as the Oregonian, pdxbackstage and the theatre’s database emails.

New Century Players

11022 SE 37th Ave.

Milwaukie, OR 97222

(503) 367-2620

[email protected]

Contact:  Kelley Marchant, Managing Director.  New Century Players produces 4 plays per seasonAuditions are held about 8 weeks before the production begins and notices are posted on the NCP website.

Pentacle Theatre

145 Liberty St NE Ste. 102

Salem, OR 97301

(503) 485-4300

[email protected]

Contact: Randy Boyd, Managing Director.

Pentacle Theatre produces 8 plays and/or musicals per year.   Auditions are announced on the PT website.

Sandy Actors Theatre

PO Box 221

Sandy, OR 97055

(503) 668-6834

[email protected]

Sandy Actor’s Theatre produces 5 plays between September and June. Check the SAT website or contact theatre for audition information.

Theatre in the Grove

PO Box 263

Forest Grove, OR 97116

(503) 359-5349

[email protected]

Contact:  Jeff Zimmerman, Chairman.

The Theatre in the Grove produces 7 plays and/or musicals each year between September and June.  Auditions are announced on the website.  TG offers performing arts classes to all ages. (See Ch. 2 : Classes at Theatres)

Very Little Theatre

2350 Hilyard

Eugene, OR 97405-2954

Admin: (541) 344.9928

Box Office: (541) 344.7751

[email protected]

Contact:  James Aday, Vice President.

Very Little Theatre produces  7 shows each season between October and July. Auditions are announced on the VL website.



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