This Week in Arts: Weekly Roundup (7/4)

There’s plenty to love this weekend, with lots of shows opening and short runs to catch while they last. Here’s what’s on this week. 

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Openings & Short Runs  

Young Americans’ Theatre Company: The Wolves @ TPS Theatre4  (7/5-7 only). At the Seattle Center.

The New Skid Road Theatre: People in the Square  (opens 7/5, closing 7/27). In Seattle (Pioneer Square). Read NWT’s review of earlier production here.

Tacoma Musical Playhouse: Beautiful – The Carole King Musical  (opens 7/5, closing 7/28). In Tacoma.

18th & Union: Suzette  (7/7-8 only). In Seattle (Central District).

The 5th Avenue Theatre: Clue (touring)  (preview 7/9, opens 7/10, closing 7/21). In Downtown Seattle.

Taproot Theatre: Sister Act  (previews 7/10-11, opens 7/12, closing 8/10). In Seattle (Greenwood).

Yun Theatre: June Is the First Fall @ Theatre Off Jackson  (opens 7/11, closing 7/27). In Seattle (International District).



Closing Soon 

SecondStory Repertory Theatre: Ride the Cyclone  (closing 7/7). In Redmond.


Continuing Runs 

Anacortes Community Theatre: The Laramie Project  (closing 7/14). In Anacortes.

Bainbridge Performing Arts: Midsummer Night’s Dream (outdoors) @ Bloedel Reserve  (closing 7/14).  ☀️

Village Theatre: Once on This Island  (closing 7/14) (follows Issaquah run). In Everett.

Bellingham TheatreWorks – Fairhaven Summer Repertory Theatre: To Kill a Mockingbird, The Thanksgiving Play, and The Mountaintop  (closing 7/21). In Bellingham.

String & Shadow Puppet Theater: Or So It Would Seam – A Giant Puppet Fable For All Ages (outdoors) @ Decatur Woods Park  (closing 7/21) (followed by summer tour).  In West Olympia.  ☀️

Harlequin Productions: Cabaret  (closing 7/28). In Olympia.

Seattle Shakespeare Company – Wooden O: The Two Gentlemen of Verona @ various parks  (free, no tickets required) (closing 8/4). At various locations.  ☀️

Can Can Culinary Cabaret: Dolly!  (closing 9/1). In Seattle (Pike Place Market).



The Roundup is a weekly feature. For this month’s shows by day, with ticketing info and links, see the Performance Calendar.

Want to plan your show schedule further out? See NWT’s list of 2024 shows, updated frequently as season lineups are announced.

Chase D. Anderson is Editor & Producer of NWTheatre.org.