Performance Calendar

Looking for what’s happening around town? We’ve got you covered — with theatre, dance, and more.

We try hard to provide updated information, but these showtimes are not official. Please confirm dates/times with the individual theatres via their ticketing pages.


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Oct
1
Sat
Avenue Q @ Renton Civic Theatre (Renton)
Oct 1 @ 8:00 pm

Music & lyrics by Robert Lopez & Jeff Marx
Book by Jeff Whitty
Directed by Matthew Posner

The laugh-out-loud musical tells the timeless story of a recent college grad named Princeton, who moves into a shabby New York apartment all the way out on Avenue Q. He soon discovers that, although the residents seem nice, it’s clear that this is not your ordinary neighborhood. Together, Princeton and his new-found friends struggle to find jobs, dates, and their ever-elusive purpose in life.

Filled with gut-busting humor and a delightfully catchy score, not to mention puppets, Avenue Q is a truly unique show that has quickly become a favorite for audiences everywhere. Although the show addresses humorous adult issues, it is like a beloved children’s show; a place where puppets are friends, monsters are good, and life lessons are learned.

Tickets ($32) here.

 

Little Shop of Horrors @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)
Oct 1 @ 8:00 pm

Book and Lyrics by Howard Ashman
Music by Alan Menken
Based on the Film by Roger Corman, Screenplay by Charles Griffith

Directed by Brandon Ivie
Music directed by Aaron M. Davis Norman & Tim Symons
Choreographed by Randy Ford

Romance! Murder! Doo-wop! Aliens! A wildly entertaining dark sci-fi musical comedy, Little Shop of Horrors follows the misadventures of a lowly floral shopkeeper who discovers a seemingly harmless new breed of plant (with a secret taste for human blood) that carries ambitions that threaten our hero’s romantic inclinations… and the world! From the writing team who brought us Disney’s animation blockbusters The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin, this Broadway classic blends the sounds of rock and Motown and is considered one of the funniest musical comedies of all time. Warning: Don’t feed the plants!

(Previews 9/14-15, opening 9/16)

Tickets ($61-$97) here.

Pay-what-you-choose same-day tickets available for this performance; see info here.

 

ASL interpreted performance 10/1 (matinee); captioned performance 10/6 (matinee)

 

The Half-Life of Marie Curie @ SecondStory Rep (Redmond)
Oct 1 @ 8:00 pm

By Lauren Gunderson
Directed by Elizabeth Tanner

In 1911, Marie Curie won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for her discovery of the elements radium and polonium. By 1912, she was the object of ruthless gossip over an alleged affair with the married Frenchman Paul Langevin, all but erasing her achievements from public memory. Weakened and demoralized by the press lambasting her as a “foreign” Jewish temptress and a home-wrecking traitor, Marie agrees to join her friend and colleague Hertha Ayrton, an electromechanical engineer and suffragette. THE HALF-LIFE OF MARIE CURIE revels in the power of female friendship as it explores the relationship between these two brilliant women, both of whom are mothers, widows, and fearless champions of scientific inquiry.

Location: Redmond Town Center, 2nd floor

Tickets ($30) here.

 

Oct
2
Sun
Little Shop of Horrors @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)
Oct 2 @ 1:00 pm

Book and Lyrics by Howard Ashman
Music by Alan Menken
Based on the Film by Roger Corman, Screenplay by Charles Griffith

Directed by Brandon Ivie
Music directed by Aaron M. Davis Norman & Tim Symons
Choreographed by Randy Ford

Romance! Murder! Doo-wop! Aliens! A wildly entertaining dark sci-fi musical comedy, Little Shop of Horrors follows the misadventures of a lowly floral shopkeeper who discovers a seemingly harmless new breed of plant (with a secret taste for human blood) that carries ambitions that threaten our hero’s romantic inclinations… and the world! From the writing team who brought us Disney’s animation blockbusters The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin, this Broadway classic blends the sounds of rock and Motown and is considered one of the funniest musical comedies of all time. Warning: Don’t feed the plants!

(Previews 9/14-15, opening 9/16)

Tickets ($61-$97) here.

Pay-what-you-choose same-day tickets available for this performance; see info here.

 

ASL interpreted performance 10/1 (matinee); captioned performance 10/6 (matinee)

 

Avenue Q @ Renton Civic Theatre (Renton)
Oct 2 @ 2:00 pm

Music & lyrics by Robert Lopez & Jeff Marx
Book by Jeff Whitty
Directed by Matthew Posner

The laugh-out-loud musical tells the timeless story of a recent college grad named Princeton, who moves into a shabby New York apartment all the way out on Avenue Q. He soon discovers that, although the residents seem nice, it’s clear that this is not your ordinary neighborhood. Together, Princeton and his new-found friends struggle to find jobs, dates, and their ever-elusive purpose in life.

Filled with gut-busting humor and a delightfully catchy score, not to mention puppets, Avenue Q is a truly unique show that has quickly become a favorite for audiences everywhere. Although the show addresses humorous adult issues, it is like a beloved children’s show; a place where puppets are friends, monsters are good, and life lessons are learned.

Tickets ($32) here.

 

The Half-Life of Marie Curie @ SecondStory Rep (Redmond)
Oct 2 @ 2:00 pm

By Lauren Gunderson
Directed by Elizabeth Tanner

In 1911, Marie Curie won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for her discovery of the elements radium and polonium. By 1912, she was the object of ruthless gossip over an alleged affair with the married Frenchman Paul Langevin, all but erasing her achievements from public memory. Weakened and demoralized by the press lambasting her as a “foreign” Jewish temptress and a home-wrecking traitor, Marie agrees to join her friend and colleague Hertha Ayrton, an electromechanical engineer and suffragette. THE HALF-LIFE OF MARIE CURIE revels in the power of female friendship as it explores the relationship between these two brilliant women, both of whom are mothers, widows, and fearless champions of scientific inquiry.

Location: Redmond Town Center, 2nd floor

Tickets ($30) here.

 

Avenue Q @ Renton Civic Theatre (Renton)
Oct 2 @ 7:30 pm

Music & lyrics by Robert Lopez & Jeff Marx
Book by Jeff Whitty
Directed by Matthew Posner

The laugh-out-loud musical tells the timeless story of a recent college grad named Princeton, who moves into a shabby New York apartment all the way out on Avenue Q. He soon discovers that, although the residents seem nice, it’s clear that this is not your ordinary neighborhood. Together, Princeton and his new-found friends struggle to find jobs, dates, and their ever-elusive purpose in life.

Filled with gut-busting humor and a delightfully catchy score, not to mention puppets, Avenue Q is a truly unique show that has quickly become a favorite for audiences everywhere. Although the show addresses humorous adult issues, it is like a beloved children’s show; a place where puppets are friends, monsters are good, and life lessons are learned.

Tickets ($32) here.

 

Oct
5
Wed
Little Shop of Horrors @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)
Oct 5 @ 7:30 pm

Book and Lyrics by Howard Ashman
Music by Alan Menken
Based on the Film by Roger Corman, Screenplay by Charles Griffith

Directed by Brandon Ivie
Music directed by Aaron M. Davis Norman & Tim Symons
Choreographed by Randy Ford

Romance! Murder! Doo-wop! Aliens! A wildly entertaining dark sci-fi musical comedy, Little Shop of Horrors follows the misadventures of a lowly floral shopkeeper who discovers a seemingly harmless new breed of plant (with a secret taste for human blood) that carries ambitions that threaten our hero’s romantic inclinations… and the world! From the writing team who brought us Disney’s animation blockbusters The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin, this Broadway classic blends the sounds of rock and Motown and is considered one of the funniest musical comedies of all time. Warning: Don’t feed the plants!

(Previews 9/14-15, opening 9/16)

Tickets ($61-$97) here.

Pay-what-you-choose same-day tickets available for this performance; see info here.

 

ASL interpreted performance 10/1 (matinee); captioned performance 10/6 (matinee)

 

Oct
6
Thu
Avenue Q @ Renton Civic Theatre (Renton)
Oct 6 @ 7:30 pm

Music & lyrics by Robert Lopez & Jeff Marx
Book by Jeff Whitty
Directed by Matthew Posner

The laugh-out-loud musical tells the timeless story of a recent college grad named Princeton, who moves into a shabby New York apartment all the way out on Avenue Q. He soon discovers that, although the residents seem nice, it’s clear that this is not your ordinary neighborhood. Together, Princeton and his new-found friends struggle to find jobs, dates, and their ever-elusive purpose in life.

Filled with gut-busting humor and a delightfully catchy score, not to mention puppets, Avenue Q is a truly unique show that has quickly become a favorite for audiences everywhere. Although the show addresses humorous adult issues, it is like a beloved children’s show; a place where puppets are friends, monsters are good, and life lessons are learned.

Tickets ($32) here.

 

Little Shop of Horrors @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)
Oct 6 @ 7:30 pm

Book and Lyrics by Howard Ashman
Music by Alan Menken
Based on the Film by Roger Corman, Screenplay by Charles Griffith

Directed by Brandon Ivie
Music directed by Aaron M. Davis Norman & Tim Symons
Choreographed by Randy Ford

Romance! Murder! Doo-wop! Aliens! A wildly entertaining dark sci-fi musical comedy, Little Shop of Horrors follows the misadventures of a lowly floral shopkeeper who discovers a seemingly harmless new breed of plant (with a secret taste for human blood) that carries ambitions that threaten our hero’s romantic inclinations… and the world! From the writing team who brought us Disney’s animation blockbusters The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin, this Broadway classic blends the sounds of rock and Motown and is considered one of the funniest musical comedies of all time. Warning: Don’t feed the plants!

(Previews 9/14-15, opening 9/16)

Tickets ($61-$97) here.

 

$20 same-day Section B rush tickets available for all; see discount tickets info here.

Pay-what-you-choose tickets available for certain performances: 9/24 (matinee), 10/1 (both), 10/2 (matinee), 10/5 (evening), 10/8 (evening)

ASL interpreted performance 10/1 (matinee); captioned performance 10/6 (matinee)

 

The Half-Life of Marie Curie @ SecondStory Rep (Redmond)
Oct 6 @ 8:00 pm

By Lauren Gunderson
Directed by Elizabeth Tanner

In 1911, Marie Curie won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for her discovery of the elements radium and polonium. By 1912, she was the object of ruthless gossip over an alleged affair with the married Frenchman Paul Langevin, all but erasing her achievements from public memory. Weakened and demoralized by the press lambasting her as a “foreign” Jewish temptress and a home-wrecking traitor, Marie agrees to join her friend and colleague Hertha Ayrton, an electromechanical engineer and suffragette. THE HALF-LIFE OF MARIE CURIE revels in the power of female friendship as it explores the relationship between these two brilliant women, both of whom are mothers, widows, and fearless champions of scientific inquiry.

Location: Redmond Town Center, 2nd floor

Tickets ($30) here.

 

Oct
7
Fri
On Golden Pond @ Valley Center Stage (North Bend)
Oct 7 @ 7:30 pm

By Earnest Thompson
Directed by Bob Callaghan

On Golden Pond is a classic American comedic drama that’s every bit as touching, warm, and witty today as when it debuted off Broadway in 1978. Retired couple Ethel and Norman Thayer are spending their 48th summer at their vacation home on Golden Pond, in the woods of Maine. Their delightful summer routine — fishing, picking strawberries, enjoying old mementoes, listening to the loons call — is given a bitterly comedic edge by Norman’s unreliable memory and cantankerously morbid statements. When their daughter Chelsea visits for Norman’s 80th birthday, bringing her boyfriend Bill and Bill’s teenage son, Billy Jr., the whole family must come to grips with Norman and Chelsea’s mutual bitterness, while Norman blossoms with his chance to mentor young Billy. The turbulent relationship between father and daughter, the generation gap between young and old, and the difficulties of a couple in the twilight years of a long marriage, all combine in a play that effortlessly illustrates the hilarious, heartbreaking, human moments of which life is made.

Location: Sallal Grange (1060 Stilson Ave. SE, North Bend) — in the Cascade foothills, east of Issaquah

Tickets available soon; show info here.

 

Avenue Q @ Renton Civic Theatre (Renton)
Oct 7 @ 8:00 pm

Music & lyrics by Robert Lopez & Jeff Marx
Book by Jeff Whitty
Directed by Matthew Posner

The laugh-out-loud musical tells the timeless story of a recent college grad named Princeton, who moves into a shabby New York apartment all the way out on Avenue Q. He soon discovers that, although the residents seem nice, it’s clear that this is not your ordinary neighborhood. Together, Princeton and his new-found friends struggle to find jobs, dates, and their ever-elusive purpose in life.

Filled with gut-busting humor and a delightfully catchy score, not to mention puppets, Avenue Q is a truly unique show that has quickly become a favorite for audiences everywhere. Although the show addresses humorous adult issues, it is like a beloved children’s show; a place where puppets are friends, monsters are good, and life lessons are learned.

Tickets ($32) here.

 

Little Shop of Horrors @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)
Oct 7 @ 8:00 pm

Book and Lyrics by Howard Ashman
Music by Alan Menken
Based on the Film by Roger Corman, Screenplay by Charles Griffith

Directed by Brandon Ivie
Music directed by Aaron M. Davis Norman & Tim Symons
Choreographed by Randy Ford

Romance! Murder! Doo-wop! Aliens! A wildly entertaining dark sci-fi musical comedy, Little Shop of Horrors follows the misadventures of a lowly floral shopkeeper who discovers a seemingly harmless new breed of plant (with a secret taste for human blood) that carries ambitions that threaten our hero’s romantic inclinations… and the world! From the writing team who brought us Disney’s animation blockbusters The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin, this Broadway classic blends the sounds of rock and Motown and is considered one of the funniest musical comedies of all time. Warning: Don’t feed the plants!

(Previews 9/14-15, opening 9/16)

Tickets ($61-$97) here.

 

$20 same-day Section B rush tickets available for all; see discount tickets info here.

Pay-what-you-choose tickets available for certain performances: 9/24 (matinee), 10/1 (both), 10/2 (matinee), 10/5 (evening), 10/8 (evening)

ASL interpreted performance 10/1 (matinee); captioned performance 10/6 (matinee)

 

The Half-Life of Marie Curie @ SecondStory Rep (Redmond)
Oct 7 @ 8:00 pm

By Lauren Gunderson
Directed by Elizabeth Tanner

In 1911, Marie Curie won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for her discovery of the elements radium and polonium. By 1912, she was the object of ruthless gossip over an alleged affair with the married Frenchman Paul Langevin, all but erasing her achievements from public memory. Weakened and demoralized by the press lambasting her as a “foreign” Jewish temptress and a home-wrecking traitor, Marie agrees to join her friend and colleague Hertha Ayrton, an electromechanical engineer and suffragette. THE HALF-LIFE OF MARIE CURIE revels in the power of female friendship as it explores the relationship between these two brilliant women, both of whom are mothers, widows, and fearless champions of scientific inquiry.

Location: Redmond Town Center, 2nd floor

Tickets ($30) here.

 

Oct
8
Sat
Little Shop of Horrors @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)
Oct 8 @ 1:00 pm

Book and Lyrics by Howard Ashman
Music by Alan Menken
Based on the Film by Roger Corman, Screenplay by Charles Griffith

Directed by Brandon Ivie
Music directed by Aaron M. Davis Norman & Tim Symons
Choreographed by Randy Ford

Romance! Murder! Doo-wop! Aliens! A wildly entertaining dark sci-fi musical comedy, Little Shop of Horrors follows the misadventures of a lowly floral shopkeeper who discovers a seemingly harmless new breed of plant (with a secret taste for human blood) that carries ambitions that threaten our hero’s romantic inclinations… and the world! From the writing team who brought us Disney’s animation blockbusters The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin, this Broadway classic blends the sounds of rock and Motown and is considered one of the funniest musical comedies of all time. Warning: Don’t feed the plants!

(Previews 9/14-15, opening 9/16)

Tickets ($61-$97) here.

 

$20 same-day Section B rush tickets available for all; see discount tickets info here.

Pay-what-you-choose tickets available for certain performances: 9/24 (matinee), 10/1 (both), 10/2 (matinee), 10/5 (evening), 10/8 (evening)

ASL interpreted performance 10/1 (matinee); captioned performance 10/6 (matinee)

 

On Golden Pond @ Valley Center Stage (North Bend)
Oct 8 @ 7:30 pm

By Earnest Thompson
Directed by Bob Callaghan

On Golden Pond is a classic American comedic drama that’s every bit as touching, warm, and witty today as when it debuted off Broadway in 1978. Retired couple Ethel and Norman Thayer are spending their 48th summer at their vacation home on Golden Pond, in the woods of Maine. Their delightful summer routine — fishing, picking strawberries, enjoying old mementoes, listening to the loons call — is given a bitterly comedic edge by Norman’s unreliable memory and cantankerously morbid statements. When their daughter Chelsea visits for Norman’s 80th birthday, bringing her boyfriend Bill and Bill’s teenage son, Billy Jr., the whole family must come to grips with Norman and Chelsea’s mutual bitterness, while Norman blossoms with his chance to mentor young Billy. The turbulent relationship between father and daughter, the generation gap between young and old, and the difficulties of a couple in the twilight years of a long marriage, all combine in a play that effortlessly illustrates the hilarious, heartbreaking, human moments of which life is made.

Location: Sallal Grange (1060 Stilson Ave. SE, North Bend) — in the Cascade foothills, east of Issaquah

Tickets available soon; show info here.

 

Avenue Q @ Renton Civic Theatre (Renton)
Oct 8 @ 8:00 pm

Music & lyrics by Robert Lopez & Jeff Marx
Book by Jeff Whitty
Directed by Matthew Posner

The laugh-out-loud musical tells the timeless story of a recent college grad named Princeton, who moves into a shabby New York apartment all the way out on Avenue Q. He soon discovers that, although the residents seem nice, it’s clear that this is not your ordinary neighborhood. Together, Princeton and his new-found friends struggle to find jobs, dates, and their ever-elusive purpose in life.

Filled with gut-busting humor and a delightfully catchy score, not to mention puppets, Avenue Q is a truly unique show that has quickly become a favorite for audiences everywhere. Although the show addresses humorous adult issues, it is like a beloved children’s show; a place where puppets are friends, monsters are good, and life lessons are learned.

Tickets ($32) here.

 

Little Shop of Horrors @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)
Oct 8 @ 8:00 pm

Book and Lyrics by Howard Ashman
Music by Alan Menken
Based on the Film by Roger Corman, Screenplay by Charles Griffith

Directed by Brandon Ivie
Music directed by Aaron M. Davis Norman & Tim Symons
Choreographed by Randy Ford

Romance! Murder! Doo-wop! Aliens! A wildly entertaining dark sci-fi musical comedy, Little Shop of Horrors follows the misadventures of a lowly floral shopkeeper who discovers a seemingly harmless new breed of plant (with a secret taste for human blood) that carries ambitions that threaten our hero’s romantic inclinations… and the world! From the writing team who brought us Disney’s animation blockbusters The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin, this Broadway classic blends the sounds of rock and Motown and is considered one of the funniest musical comedies of all time. Warning: Don’t feed the plants!

(Previews 9/14-15, opening 9/16)

Tickets ($61-$97) here.

Pay-what-you-choose same-day tickets available for this performance; see info here.

 

ASL interpreted performance 10/1 (matinee); captioned performance 10/6 (matinee)

 

The Half-Life of Marie Curie @ SecondStory Rep (Redmond)
Oct 8 @ 8:00 pm

By Lauren Gunderson
Directed by Elizabeth Tanner

In 1911, Marie Curie won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for her discovery of the elements radium and polonium. By 1912, she was the object of ruthless gossip over an alleged affair with the married Frenchman Paul Langevin, all but erasing her achievements from public memory. Weakened and demoralized by the press lambasting her as a “foreign” Jewish temptress and a home-wrecking traitor, Marie agrees to join her friend and colleague Hertha Ayrton, an electromechanical engineer and suffragette. THE HALF-LIFE OF MARIE CURIE revels in the power of female friendship as it explores the relationship between these two brilliant women, both of whom are mothers, widows, and fearless champions of scientific inquiry.

Location: Redmond Town Center, 2nd floor

Tickets ($30) here.

 

Oct
9
Sun
Little Shop of Horrors @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)
Oct 9 @ 1:00 pm

Book and Lyrics by Howard Ashman
Music by Alan Menken
Based on the Film by Roger Corman, Screenplay by Charles Griffith

Directed by Brandon Ivie
Music directed by Aaron M. Davis Norman & Tim Symons
Choreographed by Randy Ford

Romance! Murder! Doo-wop! Aliens! A wildly entertaining dark sci-fi musical comedy, Little Shop of Horrors follows the misadventures of a lowly floral shopkeeper who discovers a seemingly harmless new breed of plant (with a secret taste for human blood) that carries ambitions that threaten our hero’s romantic inclinations… and the world! From the writing team who brought us Disney’s animation blockbusters The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin, this Broadway classic blends the sounds of rock and Motown and is considered one of the funniest musical comedies of all time. Warning: Don’t feed the plants!

(Previews 9/14-15, opening 9/16)

Tickets ($61-$97) here.

 

$20 same-day Section B rush tickets available for all; see discount tickets info here.

Pay-what-you-choose tickets available for certain performances: 9/24 (matinee), 10/1 (both), 10/2 (matinee), 10/5 (evening), 10/8 (evening)

ASL interpreted performance 10/1 (matinee); captioned performance 10/6 (matinee)

 

On Golden Pond @ Valley Center Stage (North Bend)
Oct 9 @ 2:00 pm

By Earnest Thompson
Directed by Bob Callaghan

On Golden Pond is a classic American comedic drama that’s every bit as touching, warm, and witty today as when it debuted off Broadway in 1978. Retired couple Ethel and Norman Thayer are spending their 48th summer at their vacation home on Golden Pond, in the woods of Maine. Their delightful summer routine — fishing, picking strawberries, enjoying old mementoes, listening to the loons call — is given a bitterly comedic edge by Norman’s unreliable memory and cantankerously morbid statements. When their daughter Chelsea visits for Norman’s 80th birthday, bringing her boyfriend Bill and Bill’s teenage son, Billy Jr., the whole family must come to grips with Norman and Chelsea’s mutual bitterness, while Norman blossoms with his chance to mentor young Billy. The turbulent relationship between father and daughter, the generation gap between young and old, and the difficulties of a couple in the twilight years of a long marriage, all combine in a play that effortlessly illustrates the hilarious, heartbreaking, human moments of which life is made.

Location: Sallal Grange (1060 Stilson Ave. SE, North Bend) — in the Cascade foothills, east of Issaquah

Tickets available soon; show info here.

 

The Half-Life of Marie Curie @ SecondStory Rep (Redmond)
Oct 9 @ 2:00 pm

By Lauren Gunderson
Directed by Elizabeth Tanner

In 1911, Marie Curie won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for her discovery of the elements radium and polonium. By 1912, she was the object of ruthless gossip over an alleged affair with the married Frenchman Paul Langevin, all but erasing her achievements from public memory. Weakened and demoralized by the press lambasting her as a “foreign” Jewish temptress and a home-wrecking traitor, Marie agrees to join her friend and colleague Hertha Ayrton, an electromechanical engineer and suffragette. THE HALF-LIFE OF MARIE CURIE revels in the power of female friendship as it explores the relationship between these two brilliant women, both of whom are mothers, widows, and fearless champions of scientific inquiry.

Location: Redmond Town Center, 2nd floor

Tickets ($30) here.

 

Little Shop of Horrors @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)
Oct 9 @ 7:00 pm

Book and Lyrics by Howard Ashman
Music by Alan Menken
Based on the Film by Roger Corman, Screenplay by Charles Griffith

Directed by Brandon Ivie
Music directed by Aaron M. Davis Norman & Tim Symons
Choreographed by Randy Ford

Romance! Murder! Doo-wop! Aliens! A wildly entertaining dark sci-fi musical comedy, Little Shop of Horrors follows the misadventures of a lowly floral shopkeeper who discovers a seemingly harmless new breed of plant (with a secret taste for human blood) that carries ambitions that threaten our hero’s romantic inclinations… and the world! From the writing team who brought us Disney’s animation blockbusters The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin, this Broadway classic blends the sounds of rock and Motown and is considered one of the funniest musical comedies of all time. Warning: Don’t feed the plants!

(Previews 9/14-15, opening 9/16)

Tickets ($61-$97) here.

 

$20 same-day Section B rush tickets available for all; see discount tickets info here.

Pay-what-you-choose tickets available for certain performances: 9/24 (matinee), 10/1 (both), 10/2 (matinee), 10/5 (evening), 10/8 (evening)

ASL interpreted performance 10/1 (matinee); captioned performance 10/6 (matinee)

 

Oct
12
Wed
Little Shop of Horrors @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)
Oct 12 @ 7:30 pm

Book and Lyrics by Howard Ashman
Music by Alan Menken
Based on the Film by Roger Corman, Screenplay by Charles Griffith

Directed by Brandon Ivie
Music directed by Aaron M. Davis Norman & Tim Symons
Choreographed by Randy Ford

Romance! Murder! Doo-wop! Aliens! A wildly entertaining dark sci-fi musical comedy, Little Shop of Horrors follows the misadventures of a lowly floral shopkeeper who discovers a seemingly harmless new breed of plant (with a secret taste for human blood) that carries ambitions that threaten our hero’s romantic inclinations… and the world! From the writing team who brought us Disney’s animation blockbusters The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin, this Broadway classic blends the sounds of rock and Motown and is considered one of the funniest musical comedies of all time. Warning: Don’t feed the plants!

(Previews 9/14-15, opening 9/16)

Tickets ($61-$97) here.

 

$20 same-day Section B rush tickets available for all; see discount tickets info here.

Pay-what-you-choose tickets available for certain performances: 9/24 (matinee), 10/1 (both), 10/2 (matinee), 10/5 (evening), 10/8 (evening)

ASL interpreted performance 10/1 (matinee); captioned performance 10/6 (matinee)

 

Oct
13
Thu
Little Shop of Horrors @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)
Oct 13 @ 1:00 pm

Book and Lyrics by Howard Ashman
Music by Alan Menken
Based on the Film by Roger Corman, Screenplay by Charles Griffith

Directed by Brandon Ivie
Music directed by Aaron M. Davis Norman & Tim Symons
Choreographed by Randy Ford

Romance! Murder! Doo-wop! Aliens! A wildly entertaining dark sci-fi musical comedy, Little Shop of Horrors follows the misadventures of a lowly floral shopkeeper who discovers a seemingly harmless new breed of plant (with a secret taste for human blood) that carries ambitions that threaten our hero’s romantic inclinations… and the world! From the writing team who brought us Disney’s animation blockbusters The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin, this Broadway classic blends the sounds of rock and Motown and is considered one of the funniest musical comedies of all time. Warning: Don’t feed the plants!

(Previews 9/14-15, opening 9/16)

Tickets ($61-$97) here.

 

$20 same-day Section B rush tickets available for all; see discount tickets info here.

Pay-what-you-choose tickets available for certain performances: 9/24 (matinee), 10/1 (both), 10/2 (matinee), 10/5 (evening), 10/8 (evening)

ASL interpreted performance 10/1 (matinee); captioned performance 10/6 (matinee)

 

Little Shop of Horrors @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)
Oct 13 @ 7:30 pm

Book and Lyrics by Howard Ashman
Music by Alan Menken
Based on the Film by Roger Corman, Screenplay by Charles Griffith

Directed by Brandon Ivie
Music directed by Aaron M. Davis Norman & Tim Symons
Choreographed by Randy Ford

Romance! Murder! Doo-wop! Aliens! A wildly entertaining dark sci-fi musical comedy, Little Shop of Horrors follows the misadventures of a lowly floral shopkeeper who discovers a seemingly harmless new breed of plant (with a secret taste for human blood) that carries ambitions that threaten our hero’s romantic inclinations… and the world! From the writing team who brought us Disney’s animation blockbusters The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin, this Broadway classic blends the sounds of rock and Motown and is considered one of the funniest musical comedies of all time. Warning: Don’t feed the plants!

(Previews 9/14-15, opening 9/16)

Tickets ($61-$97) here.

 

$20 same-day Section B rush tickets available for all; see discount tickets info here.

Pay-what-you-choose tickets available for certain performances: 9/24 (matinee), 10/1 (both), 10/2 (matinee), 10/5 (evening), 10/8 (evening)

ASL interpreted performance 10/1 (matinee); captioned performance 10/6 (matinee)

 

On Golden Pond @ Valley Center Stage (North Bend)
Oct 13 @ 7:30 pm

By Earnest Thompson
Directed by Bob Callaghan

On Golden Pond is a classic American comedic drama that’s every bit as touching, warm, and witty today as when it debuted off Broadway in 1978. Retired couple Ethel and Norman Thayer are spending their 48th summer at their vacation home on Golden Pond, in the woods of Maine. Their delightful summer routine — fishing, picking strawberries, enjoying old mementoes, listening to the loons call — is given a bitterly comedic edge by Norman’s unreliable memory and cantankerously morbid statements. When their daughter Chelsea visits for Norman’s 80th birthday, bringing her boyfriend Bill and Bill’s teenage son, Billy Jr., the whole family must come to grips with Norman and Chelsea’s mutual bitterness, while Norman blossoms with his chance to mentor young Billy. The turbulent relationship between father and daughter, the generation gap between young and old, and the difficulties of a couple in the twilight years of a long marriage, all combine in a play that effortlessly illustrates the hilarious, heartbreaking, human moments of which life is made.

Location: Sallal Grange (1060 Stilson Ave. SE, North Bend) — in the Cascade foothills, east of Issaquah

Tickets available soon; show info here.

 

Oct
14
Fri
Ghost-Writer – Woodinville Repertory Theatre @ Sammamish Valley Grange (Woodinville)
Oct 14 @ 7:30 pm

By Michael Hollinger
Directed by Cynthia White

In the early 20th century, New York author Franklin Woolsey hires Myra to type his popular novels. As Myra’s involvement in the mechanics and interpretation of Franklin’s dictation deepens, their metaphysical interplay becomes as entwined as their repressed attraction to each other. Even after Woolsey suddenly dies, Myra continues to finish his novel, to the consternation of his jealous wife Vivian. Is Myra channelling the words of a dead man, concocting a skillful scam, or finding her voice as a writer?

Tickets ($20) here.

 

On Golden Pond @ Valley Center Stage (North Bend)
Oct 14 @ 7:30 pm

By Earnest Thompson
Directed by Bob Callaghan

On Golden Pond is a classic American comedic drama that’s every bit as touching, warm, and witty today as when it debuted off Broadway in 1978. Retired couple Ethel and Norman Thayer are spending their 48th summer at their vacation home on Golden Pond, in the woods of Maine. Their delightful summer routine — fishing, picking strawberries, enjoying old mementoes, listening to the loons call — is given a bitterly comedic edge by Norman’s unreliable memory and cantankerously morbid statements. When their daughter Chelsea visits for Norman’s 80th birthday, bringing her boyfriend Bill and Bill’s teenage son, Billy Jr., the whole family must come to grips with Norman and Chelsea’s mutual bitterness, while Norman blossoms with his chance to mentor young Billy. The turbulent relationship between father and daughter, the generation gap between young and old, and the difficulties of a couple in the twilight years of a long marriage, all combine in a play that effortlessly illustrates the hilarious, heartbreaking, human moments of which life is made.

Location: Sallal Grange (1060 Stilson Ave. SE, North Bend) — in the Cascade foothills, east of Issaquah

Tickets available soon; show info here.

 

Little Shop of Horrors @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)
Oct 14 @ 8:00 pm

Book and Lyrics by Howard Ashman
Music by Alan Menken
Based on the Film by Roger Corman, Screenplay by Charles Griffith

Directed by Brandon Ivie
Music directed by Aaron M. Davis Norman & Tim Symons
Choreographed by Randy Ford

Romance! Murder! Doo-wop! Aliens! A wildly entertaining dark sci-fi musical comedy, Little Shop of Horrors follows the misadventures of a lowly floral shopkeeper who discovers a seemingly harmless new breed of plant (with a secret taste for human blood) that carries ambitions that threaten our hero’s romantic inclinations… and the world! From the writing team who brought us Disney’s animation blockbusters The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin, this Broadway classic blends the sounds of rock and Motown and is considered one of the funniest musical comedies of all time. Warning: Don’t feed the plants!

(Previews 9/14-15, opening 9/16)

Tickets ($61-$97) here.

 

$20 same-day Section B rush tickets available for all; see discount tickets info here.

Pay-what-you-choose tickets available for certain performances: 9/24 (matinee), 10/1 (both), 10/2 (matinee), 10/5 (evening), 10/8 (evening)

ASL interpreted performance 10/1 (matinee); captioned performance 10/6 (matinee)

 

Oct
15
Sat
Little Shop of Horrors @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)
Oct 15 @ 1:00 pm

Book and Lyrics by Howard Ashman
Music by Alan Menken
Based on the Film by Roger Corman, Screenplay by Charles Griffith

Directed by Brandon Ivie
Music directed by Aaron M. Davis Norman & Tim Symons
Choreographed by Randy Ford

Romance! Murder! Doo-wop! Aliens! A wildly entertaining dark sci-fi musical comedy, Little Shop of Horrors follows the misadventures of a lowly floral shopkeeper who discovers a seemingly harmless new breed of plant (with a secret taste for human blood) that carries ambitions that threaten our hero’s romantic inclinations… and the world! From the writing team who brought us Disney’s animation blockbusters The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin, this Broadway classic blends the sounds of rock and Motown and is considered one of the funniest musical comedies of all time. Warning: Don’t feed the plants!

(Previews 9/14-15, opening 9/16)

Tickets ($61-$97) here.

 

$20 same-day Section B rush tickets available for all; see discount tickets info here.

Pay-what-you-choose tickets available for certain performances: 9/24 (matinee), 10/1 (both), 10/2 (matinee), 10/5 (evening), 10/8 (evening)

ASL interpreted performance 10/1 (matinee); captioned performance 10/6 (matinee)

 

Ghost-Writer – Woodinville Repertory Theatre @ Sammamish Valley Grange (Woodinville)
Oct 15 @ 7:30 pm

By Michael Hollinger
Directed by Cynthia White

In the early 20th century, New York author Franklin Woolsey hires Myra to type his popular novels. As Myra’s involvement in the mechanics and interpretation of Franklin’s dictation deepens, their metaphysical interplay becomes as entwined as their repressed attraction to each other. Even after Woolsey suddenly dies, Myra continues to finish his novel, to the consternation of his jealous wife Vivian. Is Myra channelling the words of a dead man, concocting a skillful scam, or finding her voice as a writer?

Tickets ($20) here.

 

On Golden Pond @ Valley Center Stage (North Bend)
Oct 15 @ 7:30 pm

By Earnest Thompson
Directed by Bob Callaghan

On Golden Pond is a classic American comedic drama that’s every bit as touching, warm, and witty today as when it debuted off Broadway in 1978. Retired couple Ethel and Norman Thayer are spending their 48th summer at their vacation home on Golden Pond, in the woods of Maine. Their delightful summer routine — fishing, picking strawberries, enjoying old mementoes, listening to the loons call — is given a bitterly comedic edge by Norman’s unreliable memory and cantankerously morbid statements. When their daughter Chelsea visits for Norman’s 80th birthday, bringing her boyfriend Bill and Bill’s teenage son, Billy Jr., the whole family must come to grips with Norman and Chelsea’s mutual bitterness, while Norman blossoms with his chance to mentor young Billy. The turbulent relationship between father and daughter, the generation gap between young and old, and the difficulties of a couple in the twilight years of a long marriage, all combine in a play that effortlessly illustrates the hilarious, heartbreaking, human moments of which life is made.

Location: Sallal Grange (1060 Stilson Ave. SE, North Bend) — in the Cascade foothills, east of Issaquah

Tickets available soon; show info here.

 

Little Shop of Horrors @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)
Oct 15 @ 8:00 pm

Book and Lyrics by Howard Ashman
Music by Alan Menken
Based on the Film by Roger Corman, Screenplay by Charles Griffith

Directed by Brandon Ivie
Music directed by Aaron M. Davis Norman & Tim Symons
Choreographed by Randy Ford

Romance! Murder! Doo-wop! Aliens! A wildly entertaining dark sci-fi musical comedy, Little Shop of Horrors follows the misadventures of a lowly floral shopkeeper who discovers a seemingly harmless new breed of plant (with a secret taste for human blood) that carries ambitions that threaten our hero’s romantic inclinations… and the world! From the writing team who brought us Disney’s animation blockbusters The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin, this Broadway classic blends the sounds of rock and Motown and is considered one of the funniest musical comedies of all time. Warning: Don’t feed the plants!

(Previews 9/14-15, opening 9/16)

Tickets ($61-$97) here.

 

$20 same-day Section B rush tickets available for all; see discount tickets info here.

Pay-what-you-choose tickets available for certain performances: 9/24 (matinee), 10/1 (both), 10/2 (matinee), 10/5 (evening), 10/8 (evening)

ASL interpreted performance 10/1 (matinee); captioned performance 10/6 (matinee)

 

Oct
16
Sun
Little Shop of Horrors @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)
Oct 16 @ 1:00 pm

Book and Lyrics by Howard Ashman
Music by Alan Menken
Based on the Film by Roger Corman, Screenplay by Charles Griffith

Directed by Brandon Ivie
Music directed by Aaron M. Davis Norman & Tim Symons
Choreographed by Randy Ford

Romance! Murder! Doo-wop! Aliens! A wildly entertaining dark sci-fi musical comedy, Little Shop of Horrors follows the misadventures of a lowly floral shopkeeper who discovers a seemingly harmless new breed of plant (with a secret taste for human blood) that carries ambitions that threaten our hero’s romantic inclinations… and the world! From the writing team who brought us Disney’s animation blockbusters The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin, this Broadway classic blends the sounds of rock and Motown and is considered one of the funniest musical comedies of all time. Warning: Don’t feed the plants!

(Previews 9/14-15, opening 9/16)

Tickets ($61-$97) here.

 

$20 same-day Section B rush tickets available for all; see discount tickets info here.

Pay-what-you-choose tickets available for certain performances: 9/24 (matinee), 10/1 (both), 10/2 (matinee), 10/5 (evening), 10/8 (evening)

ASL interpreted performance 10/1 (matinee); captioned performance 10/6 (matinee)

 

Ghost-Writer – Woodinville Repertory Theatre @ Sammamish Valley Grange (Woodinville)
Oct 16 @ 2:00 pm

By Michael Hollinger
Directed by Cynthia White

In the early 20th century, New York author Franklin Woolsey hires Myra to type his popular novels. As Myra’s involvement in the mechanics and interpretation of Franklin’s dictation deepens, their metaphysical interplay becomes as entwined as their repressed attraction to each other. Even after Woolsey suddenly dies, Myra continues to finish his novel, to the consternation of his jealous wife Vivian. Is Myra channelling the words of a dead man, concocting a skillful scam, or finding her voice as a writer?

Tickets ($20) here.

 

On Golden Pond @ Valley Center Stage (North Bend)
Oct 16 @ 2:00 pm

By Earnest Thompson
Directed by Bob Callaghan

On Golden Pond is a classic American comedic drama that’s every bit as touching, warm, and witty today as when it debuted off Broadway in 1978. Retired couple Ethel and Norman Thayer are spending their 48th summer at their vacation home on Golden Pond, in the woods of Maine. Their delightful summer routine — fishing, picking strawberries, enjoying old mementoes, listening to the loons call — is given a bitterly comedic edge by Norman’s unreliable memory and cantankerously morbid statements. When their daughter Chelsea visits for Norman’s 80th birthday, bringing her boyfriend Bill and Bill’s teenage son, Billy Jr., the whole family must come to grips with Norman and Chelsea’s mutual bitterness, while Norman blossoms with his chance to mentor young Billy. The turbulent relationship between father and daughter, the generation gap between young and old, and the difficulties of a couple in the twilight years of a long marriage, all combine in a play that effortlessly illustrates the hilarious, heartbreaking, human moments of which life is made.

Location: Sallal Grange (1060 Stilson Ave. SE, North Bend) — in the Cascade foothills, east of Issaquah

Tickets available soon; show info here.

 

Oct
19
Wed
Little Shop of Horrors @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)
Oct 19 @ 7:30 pm

Book and Lyrics by Howard Ashman
Music by Alan Menken
Based on the Film by Roger Corman, Screenplay by Charles Griffith

Directed by Brandon Ivie
Music directed by Aaron M. Davis Norman & Tim Symons
Choreographed by Randy Ford

Romance! Murder! Doo-wop! Aliens! A wildly entertaining dark sci-fi musical comedy, Little Shop of Horrors follows the misadventures of a lowly floral shopkeeper who discovers a seemingly harmless new breed of plant (with a secret taste for human blood) that carries ambitions that threaten our hero’s romantic inclinations… and the world! From the writing team who brought us Disney’s animation blockbusters The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin, this Broadway classic blends the sounds of rock and Motown and is considered one of the funniest musical comedies of all time. Warning: Don’t feed the plants!

(Previews 9/14-15, opening 9/16)

Tickets ($61-$97) here.

 

$20 same-day Section B rush tickets available for all; see discount tickets info here.

Pay-what-you-choose tickets available for certain performances: 9/24 (matinee), 10/1 (both), 10/2 (matinee), 10/5 (evening), 10/8 (evening)

ASL interpreted performance 10/1 (matinee); captioned performance 10/6 (matinee)

 

Oct
20
Thu
Little Shop of Horrors @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)
Oct 20 @ 1:00 pm

Book and Lyrics by Howard Ashman
Music by Alan Menken
Based on the Film by Roger Corman, Screenplay by Charles Griffith

Directed by Brandon Ivie
Music directed by Aaron M. Davis Norman & Tim Symons
Choreographed by Randy Ford

Romance! Murder! Doo-wop! Aliens! A wildly entertaining dark sci-fi musical comedy, Little Shop of Horrors follows the misadventures of a lowly floral shopkeeper who discovers a seemingly harmless new breed of plant (with a secret taste for human blood) that carries ambitions that threaten our hero’s romantic inclinations… and the world! From the writing team who brought us Disney’s animation blockbusters The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin, this Broadway classic blends the sounds of rock and Motown and is considered one of the funniest musical comedies of all time. Warning: Don’t feed the plants!

(Previews 9/14-15, opening 9/16)

Tickets ($61-$97) here.

 

$20 same-day Section B rush tickets available for all; see discount tickets info here.

Pay-what-you-choose tickets available for certain performances: 9/24 (matinee), 10/1 (both), 10/2 (matinee), 10/5 (evening), 10/8 (evening)

ASL interpreted performance 10/1 (matinee); captioned performance 10/6 (matinee)

 

Little Shop of Horrors @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)
Oct 20 @ 7:30 pm

Book and Lyrics by Howard Ashman
Music by Alan Menken
Based on the Film by Roger Corman, Screenplay by Charles Griffith

Directed by Brandon Ivie
Music directed by Aaron M. Davis Norman & Tim Symons
Choreographed by Randy Ford

Romance! Murder! Doo-wop! Aliens! A wildly entertaining dark sci-fi musical comedy, Little Shop of Horrors follows the misadventures of a lowly floral shopkeeper who discovers a seemingly harmless new breed of plant (with a secret taste for human blood) that carries ambitions that threaten our hero’s romantic inclinations… and the world! From the writing team who brought us Disney’s animation blockbusters The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin, this Broadway classic blends the sounds of rock and Motown and is considered one of the funniest musical comedies of all time. Warning: Don’t feed the plants!

(Previews 9/14-15, opening 9/16)

Tickets ($61-$97) here.

 

$20 same-day Section B rush tickets available for all; see discount tickets info here.

Pay-what-you-choose tickets available for certain performances: 9/24 (matinee), 10/1 (both), 10/2 (matinee), 10/5 (evening), 10/8 (evening)

ASL interpreted performance 10/1 (matinee); captioned performance 10/6 (matinee)

 

On Golden Pond @ Valley Center Stage (North Bend)
Oct 20 @ 7:30 pm

By Earnest Thompson
Directed by Bob Callaghan

On Golden Pond is a classic American comedic drama that’s every bit as touching, warm, and witty today as when it debuted off Broadway in 1978. Retired couple Ethel and Norman Thayer are spending their 48th summer at their vacation home on Golden Pond, in the woods of Maine. Their delightful summer routine — fishing, picking strawberries, enjoying old mementoes, listening to the loons call — is given a bitterly comedic edge by Norman’s unreliable memory and cantankerously morbid statements. When their daughter Chelsea visits for Norman’s 80th birthday, bringing her boyfriend Bill and Bill’s teenage son, Billy Jr., the whole family must come to grips with Norman and Chelsea’s mutual bitterness, while Norman blossoms with his chance to mentor young Billy. The turbulent relationship between father and daughter, the generation gap between young and old, and the difficulties of a couple in the twilight years of a long marriage, all combine in a play that effortlessly illustrates the hilarious, heartbreaking, human moments of which life is made.

Location: Sallal Grange (1060 Stilson Ave. SE, North Bend) — in the Cascade foothills, east of Issaquah

Tickets available soon; show info here.

 

Oct
21
Fri
Ghost-Writer – Woodinville Repertory Theatre @ Sammamish Valley Grange (Woodinville)
Oct 21 @ 7:30 pm

By Michael Hollinger
Directed by Cynthia White

In the early 20th century, New York author Franklin Woolsey hires Myra to type his popular novels. As Myra’s involvement in the mechanics and interpretation of Franklin’s dictation deepens, their metaphysical interplay becomes as entwined as their repressed attraction to each other. Even after Woolsey suddenly dies, Myra continues to finish his novel, to the consternation of his jealous wife Vivian. Is Myra channelling the words of a dead man, concocting a skillful scam, or finding her voice as a writer?

Tickets ($20) here.

 

On Golden Pond @ Valley Center Stage (North Bend)
Oct 21 @ 7:30 pm

By Earnest Thompson
Directed by Bob Callaghan

On Golden Pond is a classic American comedic drama that’s every bit as touching, warm, and witty today as when it debuted off Broadway in 1978. Retired couple Ethel and Norman Thayer are spending their 48th summer at their vacation home on Golden Pond, in the woods of Maine. Their delightful summer routine — fishing, picking strawberries, enjoying old mementoes, listening to the loons call — is given a bitterly comedic edge by Norman’s unreliable memory and cantankerously morbid statements. When their daughter Chelsea visits for Norman’s 80th birthday, bringing her boyfriend Bill and Bill’s teenage son, Billy Jr., the whole family must come to grips with Norman and Chelsea’s mutual bitterness, while Norman blossoms with his chance to mentor young Billy. The turbulent relationship between father and daughter, the generation gap between young and old, and the difficulties of a couple in the twilight years of a long marriage, all combine in a play that effortlessly illustrates the hilarious, heartbreaking, human moments of which life is made.

Location: Sallal Grange (1060 Stilson Ave. SE, North Bend) — in the Cascade foothills, east of Issaquah

Tickets available soon; show info here.

 

Little Shop of Horrors @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)
Oct 21 @ 8:00 pm

Book and Lyrics by Howard Ashman
Music by Alan Menken
Based on the Film by Roger Corman, Screenplay by Charles Griffith

Directed by Brandon Ivie
Music directed by Aaron M. Davis Norman & Tim Symons
Choreographed by Randy Ford

Romance! Murder! Doo-wop! Aliens! A wildly entertaining dark sci-fi musical comedy, Little Shop of Horrors follows the misadventures of a lowly floral shopkeeper who discovers a seemingly harmless new breed of plant (with a secret taste for human blood) that carries ambitions that threaten our hero’s romantic inclinations… and the world! From the writing team who brought us Disney’s animation blockbusters The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin, this Broadway classic blends the sounds of rock and Motown and is considered one of the funniest musical comedies of all time. Warning: Don’t feed the plants!

(Previews 9/14-15, opening 9/16)

Tickets ($61-$97) here.

 

$20 same-day Section B rush tickets available for all; see discount tickets info here.

Pay-what-you-choose tickets available for certain performances: 9/24 (matinee), 10/1 (both), 10/2 (matinee), 10/5 (evening), 10/8 (evening)

ASL interpreted performance 10/1 (matinee); captioned performance 10/6 (matinee)

 

Oct
22
Sat
Little Shop of Horrors @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)
Oct 22 @ 1:00 pm

Book and Lyrics by Howard Ashman
Music by Alan Menken
Based on the Film by Roger Corman, Screenplay by Charles Griffith

Directed by Brandon Ivie
Music directed by Aaron M. Davis Norman & Tim Symons
Choreographed by Randy Ford

Romance! Murder! Doo-wop! Aliens! A wildly entertaining dark sci-fi musical comedy, Little Shop of Horrors follows the misadventures of a lowly floral shopkeeper who discovers a seemingly harmless new breed of plant (with a secret taste for human blood) that carries ambitions that threaten our hero’s romantic inclinations… and the world! From the writing team who brought us Disney’s animation blockbusters The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin, this Broadway classic blends the sounds of rock and Motown and is considered one of the funniest musical comedies of all time. Warning: Don’t feed the plants!

(Previews 9/14-15, opening 9/16)

Tickets ($61-$97) here.

 

$20 same-day Section B rush tickets available for all; see discount tickets info here.

Pay-what-you-choose tickets available for certain performances: 9/24 (matinee), 10/1 (both), 10/2 (matinee), 10/5 (evening), 10/8 (evening)

ASL interpreted performance 10/1 (matinee); captioned performance 10/6 (matinee)

 

Ghost-Writer – Woodinville Repertory Theatre @ Sammamish Valley Grange (Woodinville)
Oct 22 @ 7:30 pm

By Michael Hollinger
Directed by Cynthia White

In the early 20th century, New York author Franklin Woolsey hires Myra to type his popular novels. As Myra’s involvement in the mechanics and interpretation of Franklin’s dictation deepens, their metaphysical interplay becomes as entwined as their repressed attraction to each other. Even after Woolsey suddenly dies, Myra continues to finish his novel, to the consternation of his jealous wife Vivian. Is Myra channelling the words of a dead man, concocting a skillful scam, or finding her voice as a writer?

Tickets ($20) here.

 

On Golden Pond @ Valley Center Stage (North Bend)
Oct 22 @ 7:30 pm

By Earnest Thompson
Directed by Bob Callaghan

On Golden Pond is a classic American comedic drama that’s every bit as touching, warm, and witty today as when it debuted off Broadway in 1978. Retired couple Ethel and Norman Thayer are spending their 48th summer at their vacation home on Golden Pond, in the woods of Maine. Their delightful summer routine — fishing, picking strawberries, enjoying old mementoes, listening to the loons call — is given a bitterly comedic edge by Norman’s unreliable memory and cantankerously morbid statements. When their daughter Chelsea visits for Norman’s 80th birthday, bringing her boyfriend Bill and Bill’s teenage son, Billy Jr., the whole family must come to grips with Norman and Chelsea’s mutual bitterness, while Norman blossoms with his chance to mentor young Billy. The turbulent relationship between father and daughter, the generation gap between young and old, and the difficulties of a couple in the twilight years of a long marriage, all combine in a play that effortlessly illustrates the hilarious, heartbreaking, human moments of which life is made.

Location: Sallal Grange (1060 Stilson Ave. SE, North Bend) — in the Cascade foothills, east of Issaquah

Tickets available soon; show info here.

 

Little Shop of Horrors @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)
Oct 22 @ 8:00 pm

Book and Lyrics by Howard Ashman
Music by Alan Menken
Based on the Film by Roger Corman, Screenplay by Charles Griffith

Directed by Brandon Ivie
Music directed by Aaron M. Davis Norman & Tim Symons
Choreographed by Randy Ford

Romance! Murder! Doo-wop! Aliens! A wildly entertaining dark sci-fi musical comedy, Little Shop of Horrors follows the misadventures of a lowly floral shopkeeper who discovers a seemingly harmless new breed of plant (with a secret taste for human blood) that carries ambitions that threaten our hero’s romantic inclinations… and the world! From the writing team who brought us Disney’s animation blockbusters The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin, this Broadway classic blends the sounds of rock and Motown and is considered one of the funniest musical comedies of all time. Warning: Don’t feed the plants!

(Previews 9/14-15, opening 9/16)

Tickets ($61-$97) here.

 

$20 same-day Section B rush tickets available for all; see discount tickets info here.

Pay-what-you-choose tickets available for certain performances: 9/24 (matinee), 10/1 (both), 10/2 (matinee), 10/5 (evening), 10/8 (evening)

ASL interpreted performance 10/1 (matinee); captioned performance 10/6 (matinee)

 

Oct
23
Sun
Little Shop of Horrors @ Village Theatre (Issaquah)
Oct 23 @ 1:00 pm

Book and Lyrics by Howard Ashman
Music by Alan Menken
Based on the Film by Roger Corman, Screenplay by Charles Griffith

Directed by Brandon Ivie
Music directed by Aaron M. Davis Norman & Tim Symons
Choreographed by Randy Ford

Romance! Murder! Doo-wop! Aliens! A wildly entertaining dark sci-fi musical comedy, Little Shop of Horrors follows the misadventures of a lowly floral shopkeeper who discovers a seemingly harmless new breed of plant (with a secret taste for human blood) that carries ambitions that threaten our hero’s romantic inclinations… and the world! From the writing team who brought us Disney’s animation blockbusters The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin, this Broadway classic blends the sounds of rock and Motown and is considered one of the funniest musical comedies of all time. Warning: Don’t feed the plants!

(Previews 9/14-15, opening 9/16)

Tickets ($61-$97) here.

 

$20 same-day Section B rush tickets available for all; see discount tickets info here.

Pay-what-you-choose tickets available for certain performances: 9/24 (matinee), 10/1 (both), 10/2 (matinee), 10/5 (evening), 10/8 (evening)

ASL interpreted performance 10/1 (matinee); captioned performance 10/6 (matinee)

 

Ghost-Writer – Woodinville Repertory Theatre @ Sammamish Valley Grange (Woodinville)
Oct 23 @ 2:00 pm

By Michael Hollinger
Directed by Cynthia White

In the early 20th century, New York author Franklin Woolsey hires Myra to type his popular novels. As Myra’s involvement in the mechanics and interpretation of Franklin’s dictation deepens, their metaphysical interplay becomes as entwined as their repressed attraction to each other. Even after Woolsey suddenly dies, Myra continues to finish his novel, to the consternation of his jealous wife Vivian. Is Myra channelling the words of a dead man, concocting a skillful scam, or finding her voice as a writer?

Tickets ($20) here.

 

On Golden Pond @ Valley Center Stage (North Bend)
Oct 23 @ 2:00 pm

By Earnest Thompson
Directed by Bob Callaghan

On Golden Pond is a classic American comedic drama that’s every bit as touching, warm, and witty today as when it debuted off Broadway in 1978. Retired couple Ethel and Norman Thayer are spending their 48th summer at their vacation home on Golden Pond, in the woods of Maine. Their delightful summer routine — fishing, picking strawberries, enjoying old mementoes, listening to the loons call — is given a bitterly comedic edge by Norman’s unreliable memory and cantankerously morbid statements. When their daughter Chelsea visits for Norman’s 80th birthday, bringing her boyfriend Bill and Bill’s teenage son, Billy Jr., the whole family must come to grips with Norman and Chelsea’s mutual bitterness, while Norman blossoms with his chance to mentor young Billy. The turbulent relationship between father and daughter, the generation gap between young and old, and the difficulties of a couple in the twilight years of a long marriage, all combine in a play that effortlessly illustrates the hilarious, heartbreaking, human moments of which life is made.

Location: Sallal Grange (1060 Stilson Ave. SE, North Bend) — in the Cascade foothills, east of Issaquah

Tickets available soon; show info here.

 

Oct
28
Fri
Ghost-Writer – Woodinville Repertory Theatre @ Sammamish Valley Grange (Woodinville)
Oct 28 @ 7:30 pm

By Michael Hollinger
Directed by Cynthia White

In the early 20th century, New York author Franklin Woolsey hires Myra to type his popular novels. As Myra’s involvement in the mechanics and interpretation of Franklin’s dictation deepens, their metaphysical interplay becomes as entwined as their repressed attraction to each other. Even after Woolsey suddenly dies, Myra continues to finish his novel, to the consternation of his jealous wife Vivian. Is Myra channelling the words of a dead man, concocting a skillful scam, or finding her voice as a writer?

Tickets ($20) here.

 

Oct
29
Sat
Ghost-Writer – Woodinville Repertory Theatre @ Sammamish Valley Grange (Woodinville)
Oct 29 @ 7:30 pm

By Michael Hollinger
Directed by Cynthia White

In the early 20th century, New York author Franklin Woolsey hires Myra to type his popular novels. As Myra’s involvement in the mechanics and interpretation of Franklin’s dictation deepens, their metaphysical interplay becomes as entwined as their repressed attraction to each other. Even after Woolsey suddenly dies, Myra continues to finish his novel, to the consternation of his jealous wife Vivian. Is Myra channelling the words of a dead man, concocting a skillful scam, or finding her voice as a writer?

Tickets ($20) here.

 

The Legend of Sleepy Hollow (staged reading) @ Valley Center Stage (North Bend)
Oct 29 @ 7:30 pm

By Washington Irving
Directed & performed by Ryan Hartwell

(Staged reading)

Location: Sallal Grange (1060 Stilson Ave. SE, North Bend) — in the Cascade foothills, east of Issaquah

Tickets (free; by donation) here.

 

 

Oct
30
Sun
Ghost-Writer – Woodinville Repertory Theatre @ Sammamish Valley Grange (Woodinville)
Oct 30 @ 2:00 pm

By Michael Hollinger
Directed by Cynthia White

In the early 20th century, New York author Franklin Woolsey hires Myra to type his popular novels. As Myra’s involvement in the mechanics and interpretation of Franklin’s dictation deepens, their metaphysical interplay becomes as entwined as their repressed attraction to each other. Even after Woolsey suddenly dies, Myra continues to finish his novel, to the consternation of his jealous wife Vivian. Is Myra channelling the words of a dead man, concocting a skillful scam, or finding her voice as a writer?

Tickets ($20) here.

 

Nov
4
Fri
Ghost-Writer – Woodinville Repertory Theatre @ Sammamish Valley Grange (Woodinville)
Nov 4 @ 7:30 pm

By Michael Hollinger
Directed by Cynthia White

In the early 20th century, New York author Franklin Woolsey hires Myra to type his popular novels. As Myra’s involvement in the mechanics and interpretation of Franklin’s dictation deepens, their metaphysical interplay becomes as entwined as their repressed attraction to each other. Even after Woolsey suddenly dies, Myra continues to finish his novel, to the consternation of his jealous wife Vivian. Is Myra channelling the words of a dead man, concocting a skillful scam, or finding her voice as a writer?

Tickets ($20) here.

 

Nov
5
Sat
Ghost-Writer – Woodinville Repertory Theatre @ Sammamish Valley Grange (Woodinville)
Nov 5 @ 7:30 pm

By Michael Hollinger
Directed by Cynthia White

In the early 20th century, New York author Franklin Woolsey hires Myra to type his popular novels. As Myra’s involvement in the mechanics and interpretation of Franklin’s dictation deepens, their metaphysical interplay becomes as entwined as their repressed attraction to each other. Even after Woolsey suddenly dies, Myra continues to finish his novel, to the consternation of his jealous wife Vivian. Is Myra channelling the words of a dead man, concocting a skillful scam, or finding her voice as a writer?

Tickets ($20) here.

 

Nov
6
Sun
Ghost-Writer – Woodinville Repertory Theatre @ Sammamish Valley Grange (Woodinville)
Nov 6 @ 2:00 pm

By Michael Hollinger
Directed by Cynthia White

In the early 20th century, New York author Franklin Woolsey hires Myra to type his popular novels. As Myra’s involvement in the mechanics and interpretation of Franklin’s dictation deepens, their metaphysical interplay becomes as entwined as their repressed attraction to each other. Even after Woolsey suddenly dies, Myra continues to finish his novel, to the consternation of his jealous wife Vivian. Is Myra channelling the words of a dead man, concocting a skillful scam, or finding her voice as a writer?

Tickets ($20) here.