2024 Shows

What’s on stage in 2024?
See what your favorite theatre or dance company is up to, or find some new favorites.

Listings are currently limited to those based in King, Pierce, Snohomish, and Thurston Counties; and slowly expanding west and north (Kitsap, Jefferson, Skagit, and Whatcom counties). The below show listings will be updated as new information is received. If you have a professional, community theatre, or fringe company in Western Washington with active shows, please tell us about it.

Listings are for 2024 shows and will be updated throughout the year. For 2023 shows, see the 2023 Shows list. 



The 5th Avenue Theatre (Seattle – Downtown)

Something’s Afoot (3/1-24)

Something’s Afoot – Rising Star Project (4/11-13)

Spring Awakening (6/7-30)

Clue (7/9-21)


18th & Union (Seattle – Central District)

Co-producing venue; year-round programming



ACT Contemporary Theatre (Seattle – Downtown)

A Case for the Existence of God (2/2-18)

Stew (3/15-31)

The Lehman Trilogy (4/26-5/12)


Annex Theatre (Seattle – Capitol Hill)

Tenderness (February, dates TBA)

The Participants! (March, dates TBA)

Gunked! (spring, dates TBA)


ArtsWest (Seattle – West Seattle)

Born With Teeth (2/1-25)

English (co-production with Seda Iranian Theatre Ensemble) (4/4-28)

Clyde’s (produced with the Hansberry Project) (6/6-30)



Bainbridge Performing Arts (Bainbridge Island)

Year-round, multi-genre programming; see site for full schedule

The Book of Will (March, dates TBA)

Cabaret (April, dates TBA)

Midsummer Night’s Dream @ Bloedel Reserve (summer, dates TBA)


Base (Seattle – Georgetown)

12 Minutes Max (4/21-22)

12 Minutes Max (8/25-26)


Bellingham Theatre Guild (Bellingham)

Twilight Bowl (1/26-2/11)

Dinner With Friends (3/29-4/14)

Pippin (6/14-30)


Bremerton Community Theatre (Bremerton)

Crimes of the Heart (2/2-25)

Titanic (4/5-5/5)

The Smell of the Kill (5/17-26)

Arsenic and Old Lace (6/7-30)


Broadway at The Paramount – Seattle Theatre Group (Seattle – Downtown)

The Book of Mormon (1/9-14)

Beetlejuice (4/2-7)

Aladdin (4/24-28)

Girl From the North Country (6/25-30)

Company (7/23-28)


The Brotherhood Lounge (Olympia)

Broho Takes Flight: aerialist show (1st Sundays) (no performances July-Sept.)

StoryOly: Olympia’s Premiere Story Slam (3rd Tuesdays)



Cafe Racer (Seattle – Capitol Hill)

Year-round programming


Can Can Culinary Cabaret (note new location – enter on Pine)  (Seattle – Pike Place Market)

Wonderland (through 1/7)


Centerstage Theatre (Federal Way)

Spider’s Web (1/26-2/17)

First Date The Musical (3/29-4/21)

10 Acrobats in an Amazing Leap of Faith (5/24-6/16)


Clock-Out Lounge (Seattle – Beacon Hill)

Joketellers Union (comedy showcase) (2nd & 4th Wednesdays)

Raised by TV (trivia – ongoing series) (various dates)

Tush (drag – ongoing series) (various dates)

Year-round programming (mostly concerts)



Deaf Spotlight

Co-presented events throughout the year


Drunken Owl Theatre (Seattle – Georgetown)

Series: third Sundays @ Jules Maes Saloon



Edmonds Center for the Arts (Edmonds)

Year-round programming and rentals


Edmonds Driftwood Players (Edmonds)

Ada and the Engine (3/1-17)

The Savannah Sipping Society (5/3-19)


Egan’s Ballard Jam House (Seattle – Ballard)

Year-round programming (mostly concerts)


Evergreen Playhouse (Centralia)

Almost, Maine (1/19-2/4)

Nunsense (3/1-17)

Noises Off (4/12-28)

The Addams Family – A New Musical (5/24-6/9)



Federal Way Performing Arts & Event Center (Federal Way)

Year-round multi-genre programming and rentals; see site for full schedule. Select performances listed below.

Tacoma Opera: Streetcar Named Desire (2/9-11)

The Greatest Piano Men (2/18)

Auburn Symphony Orchestra: Lights, Camera, Action – Music from epic adventure films (2/24)

iLuminate (3/24)



Harlequin Productions (Olympia)

Deathtrap (1/19-2/4)

The Complete Works Of William Shakespeare (Abridged) @ Washington Center Black Box (3/15-31)

Cabaret (6/28-7/28)

Pride and Prejudice (8/30-9/22)

Sweeney Todd (co-production with Olympia Symphony Orchestra and Masterworks Choral Ensemble) @ Washington Center (10/11-13)

What The Constitution Means To Me (10/18-11/3)

A Christmas Carol (11/29-12/24)


HEART Repertory Theatre (Kenmore & Woodinville)

Constellations @ Sammamish Valley Grange (2/9-25)

Agnes of God @ Sammamish Valley Grange (4/19-5/5)

The Glass Menagerie @ Kenmore Community Club (9/6-22)



Intiman Theatre (Seattle – Capitol Hill)

The Lower Depths (co-production with The Seagull Project) (2/6-24)

The Lion Tells His Tale (5/1-5)



Jet City Improv (Seattle – Fremont)

Year-round programming (improv)


Jewelbox Theatre (Seattle – Belltown) — See The Rendezvous 


Jewel Box Theatre (Poulsbo)

Year-round programming (improv, concerts)

The Addams Family: A New Musical (2/2-3/3)

Chapter Two (4/19-5/5)

Witness for the Prosecution (5/31-6/16)


Jules Mae Saloon (Seattle – Georgetown)

Pun Intended Punslam (1st Wednesdays)

Drunken Owl Theatre – variety show with local playwrights (3rd Sundays)

Year-round programming (comedy, drag, concerts)



Lakewood Playhouse (Lakewood)

The Giver (2/9-25)

Incorruptible (4/5-21)

By the Way, Meet Vera Stark (5/31-6/16)


Lincoln Theatre (Mount Vernon)

Year-round, multi-genre programming; see site for full schedule


Living Voices

Year-round touring performances at local venues



Macha Theatre Works (Seattle – Green Lake)

The Distillery Festival of New Works (co-production with Seattle Public Theater) (June, dates TBA)


Magenta Theater (Vancouver, WA)

Year-round, multi-genre programming and rentals; see site for full schedule


ManeStage Theatre (Puyallup)

All Shook Up (3/1-17)

Steel Magnolias (4/26-5/12)

Cinderella (7/19-8/4)


Meany Center for the Performing Arts (Seattle – UW main campus)

Year-round programming; see site for full schedule. Select theatre and dance performances listed below.

Compañía Nacional de Danza (1/25-27)

Circa (2/15-17)

Mark Morris Dance Group (3/14-16)

Carnival of the Animals (4/6)

Cie Hervé KOUBI (5/9-11)


Moisture Festival (Seattle)

Varieté & Libertease festival @ various venues (dates TBA)



New Prospect Theatre (Bellingham)

Year-round, multi-genre programming; see site for full schedule


Northwest Playwrights Alliance (Olympia)

Center Salon @ Washington Center (2/24)



Olympic Ballet Theatre (Edmonds)

Debuts (2/17-18)

Don Quixote (5/4-5)

Summer Performance (6/1)


Olympia Family Theater (Olympia)

The Velveteen Rabbit (through 1/7)

Barney Carey Gets His Wings (2/23-3/17)

Tales Told in 10: A 24-Hour Play Festival (March)

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (5/11-6/2)


Olympia Little Theatre (Olympia)

Love, Sex, and the IRS (1/26-2/11)

84 Charing Cross Road (3/8-24)

Savannah Sipping Society (4/19-5/5)

Rose’s Dilemma (5/31-6/16)


On the Boards (Seattle – Lower Queen Anne)

Peggy Piacenza: The Forever Project (1/18-21)

Jaha Koo: The History of Korean Western Theatre (2/1-3)

A.I.M by Kyle Abraham (co-presented with Seattle Theatre Group) @ The Moore Theatre (2/21)

Annie Saunders and Becca Wolff: Our Country (3/21-23)

Cherdonna and The Bearded Ladies: Threesome @ Repair Revolution (4/18-27)

Andrew Schneider: N O W I S W H E N W E A R E (the stars) (5/16-19)



Pacific Northwest Ballet (Seattle – Seattle Center/Mercer St.)

Swan Lake (2/2-11)

One Thousand Pieces – double-bill (3/15-24)

Harold and the Purple Crayon – PNB School (3/23-30)

The Seasons’ Canon – triple-bill (4/12-21)

Coppélia (5/31-6/9)


Parley Productions (Seattle)

Live-streaming and recorded productions available online


The Phoenix Theatre (Edmonds)

The Lady Demands Satisfaction (2/2-25)



Red Curtain Foundation for the Arts (Marysville)

Shakespeare’s R&J (1/19-2/4)

The Book of Will (3/1-17)

The Complete Works of William Shakespeare [abridged][revised][again] (4/12-28)

Twelfth Night (5/24-6/9)


The Rendezvous (Seattle – Belltown)

Year-round programming and rentals


Renton Civic Theatre (Renton)

Plaza Suite (2/16-3/2)

Rope (4/12-27)

A Man of No Importance (6/7-22)


Royal Room (Seattle – Rainier)

Year-round programming (mostly concerts)



Seattle Children’s Theatre (Seattle – Seattle Center)

Luchadora! (2/22-3/10)

A Tale of Peter Rabbit (4/25-5/12)


Seattle Opera (Seattle – Seattle Center/Mercer St.)

X – The Life and Times of Malcolm X (2/24-3/9)

The Barber of Seville (5/4-18)


Seattle Public Theater (Seattle – Green Lake)

Once More, Just for You (2/3-25)

The Moors (3/22-4/14)

Unrivaled (co-production with SIS Productions) (5/10-6/2)

The Distillery Festival of New Works (co-production with Macha Theatre Works) (June, dates TBA)


Seattle Rep (Seattle – Seattle Center/Mercer St.)

Quixote Nuevo (1/19-2/11)

Sanctuary City (3/1-31)

Fat Ham (4/12-5/12)

Jinkx Monsoon and Major Scales: Together Again, Again! (5/31-6/23)


Seattle Shakespeare Company (Seattle – Seattle Center)

The Comedy of Errors (1/10-28)

The Bed Trick (3/20-4/7)

Romeo and Juliet (4/24-5/12)


Seattle Symphony (Downtown Seattle)

Year-round programming; see site for full schedule. Select performances listed below.

Tribute to John Williams (1/19-21)

Memoir (2/2)

Holding / Movement (3/8)

She’s Got Soul Featuring Capathia Jenkins (5/31-6/2)

Pride Anthems (6/7)


Seattle Theatre Group (Broadway Across America Series) — See Broadway at the Paramount – Seattle Theatre Group 


Seattle Theatre Group (Seattle – Downtown & U-District)

Year-round programming in multiple venues; see site for full schedule. Select theatre and dance performances listed below.

A.I.M by Kyle Abraham (co-presented with On the Boards) @ The Moore (2/21)

Batsheva Dance Company: MOMO @ The Paramount (3/2)

Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater @ The Paramount (3/15-17)

Manual Cinema: Frankenstein @ The Moore (4/3)


SecondStory Repertory Theatre (Redmond)

God of Carnage (1/12-28)


Seda Iranian Theatre Ensemble (Seattle)

English (co-production with ArtsWest) (4/4-28)


Showtunes (Seattle)

Sunset Boulevard @ Cornish Playhouse (2/3-11)



Tacoma Arts Live (Tacoma)

Year-round programming and rentals in multiple venues; see site for full schedule. Select theatre and dance performances listed below.

Giraffes Can’t Dance @ Pantages Theater (1/12)

The Gospel at Colonus @ Tacoma Armory (Regional Theater Program) (2/8-3/3)

Menopause The Musical 2: Cruising Through “The Change” @ Pantages Theater (3/21)


Tacoma City Ballet (Tacoma)

Cinderella @ Pantages Theater (3/30-31)


Tacoma Little Theatre (Tacoma)

A Doll’s House, Part 2 (1/26-2/11)

Rent (3/8-31)

Almost, Maine (4/26-5/12)

From the Mississippi Delta (6/7-23)


Tacoma Musical Playhouse (Tacoma)

Jersey Boys (dates TBA)

Stepping Out (dates TBA)

The Prom (dates TBA)


Tacoma Opera (Tacoma)

Streetcar Named Desire @ Federal Way Performing Arts & Event Center (2/9-11)

The Tales of Hoffman @ Pantages Theater (4/26-28)


Taproot Theatre (Seattle – Greenwood)

The Book of Will (1/24-2/24)

How to Write a New Book for the Bible (3/20-4/20)

Sherlock Holmes and the Precarious Position (5/15-6/15)

Sister Act (7/10-8/10)

A Raisin in the Sun (9/18-10/19)


Teatro ZinZanni

Residency @ Lotte Hotel (through 3/31)


Theatre33 (Russian/English bilingual) (Bellevue)

Year-round programming (theatre, dance, and youth theatre) presented in Russian


Theatre Off Jackson (Seattle – International District)

Co-producing venue; year-round programming


Triple Door (Seattle – Downtown)

Year-round programming and rentals



University of Puget Sound Theatre Arts (Tacoma)

Measure for Measure (2/23-3/2)

Senior Theatre Festival (4/5-13)


University of Washington Dance (Seattle – U-District)

UW Dance Presents (1/17-20)


University of Washington Drama (Seattle – U-District)

A Thick Description of Harry Smith (Vol. 1) (1/13-28)

Vanity Fair (3/2-16)

The Adding Machine (5/18-6/2)

Producing Artists Lab (spring, dates TBA)


University of Washington Meany Center — See Meany Center for the Performing Arts 



Valley Center Stage (North Bend)

Shakespeare in Love: The Play (2/16-3/3)

Man of La Mancha (5/31-6/23)

Staged reading series: God of Carnage (1/5-7), Darby O’Gill and the Good People (staged reading) (3/16), The Last Days of Judas Iscariot (staged reading) (4/5-7), Three Men on a Horse (staged reading) (4/19-21)


Village Theatre (Issaquah & Everett)

Beautiful: The Carole King Musical (1/6-28, Everett)

Becoming Dr. Ruth (Issaquah 1/17-2/18, Everett 2/24-3/17)

The Fantasticks (Issaquah 3/13-4/14, Everett 4/27-5/19)

Once on This Island (Issaquah 5/15-6/16, Everett 6/22-7/14)



Washington Center for the Arts (Olympia)

Year-round programming and rentals; see site for full schedule. Select theatre and dance performances listed below.

Storm Large (2/15)

Stomp (2/20-21)

The Center Salon (2/24)

Éireann – A Taste of Ireland (3/24)

Ladies of Laughter (5/3)

The Aunties: Women of the Salish Sea, Episode 2 (5/16)


Washington Ensemble Theatre (Seattle – Capitol Hill)

Scrambling the Goose (4/26-5/13)

Six-Pack Series (dates TBA)


Western Washington Center for the Arts (Port Orchard)

Love, Loss and What I Wore (1/19-2/4)

The Stinky Cheese Man and Other Fairly Stupid Tales (3/1-17)

The Wedding Singer (4/26-5/19)


Whidbey Island Center for the Arts (Langley)

Year-round, multi-genre programming; see site for full schedule


Whim W’Him

New Creations by Bret Easterling, Joseph Hernadez & Olivier Wevers @ Cornish Playhouse (1/19-27) and Vashon Center for the Arts (1/25)

New Creations by Gustavo Ramirez Sansano, Ihsan Rustem & Olivier Wevers @ Cornish Playhouse (5/10-18) and Vashon Center for the Arts (5/15)



Don’t See Your Company or Shows Listed?

If you have shows scheduled that aren’t listed above, please email info (including dates, description, and ticket link) to NWTheatre.org@gmail.com.


Coverage is limited to King, Pierce, Snohomish, and Thurston counties, with some expansion into Kitsap, Jefferson, Skagit, and Whatcom counties. Please note, we do not actively cover all performance types at this time. (Currently, we cover very little in variety, children’s programming, comedy, and burlesque, for example.)