Beautiful: The Carole King Musical

Beautiful: The Carole King Musical follows the life of Carole King. Carole King co-wrote successful pop songs in the 1960s with her husband, Gerry Goffin. You may know some of Carole King’s songs in Beautiful, like “The Loco-motion” by Grand Funk Railroad and “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman” by Aretha Franklin. 


The Hello Girls Extended Through August 19th

Taproot Theatre has blown it out of the park on its last performance of the season. After an extremely popular opening week, The Hello Girls will be staying one additional week. This production tells the story of America’s first female soldiers, the Signal Corps Female Telephone Operators Unit, also known as The Hello Girls. But more on that and Taproot’s rendition here: The Hello Girls-Delightful Musical at Taproot – Openings | Drama In The Hood


The Hello Girls-Delightful Musical at Taproot

“The Times they were a changin’”…And women were doin’ the changin’”

A thoroughly interesting, informative and absolutely delightful musical opened at Taproot Theater this weekend: The Hello Girls, which while entertaining, tells the story of the Signal Corps Female Telephone Operators Unit, colloquially knows as The Hello Girls, during World War I. With music and lyrics by Peter Mills, adapted from a book by Peter Mills and Cara Reichel, under the superb direction of Karen Lund, it depicts changing attitudes towards women at a unique moment of history.


The Falsettos

Dated Gay-Themed Musical

Produced by Harlequin Productions the Tony award winning sung-through musical The Falsettos by William Finn and James Lapine opened this past weekend at the state theatre in Olympia.


One Hundred Days to Love

Harlequin Turns its Theatre into a Nightclub for and Outstanding Concert

Sugar and the Spitfires take the Harlequin stage to tell the real story of folk-punk stars Abigail and Shaun Bengson. The musical memoir shows a love story with an expiration date and explores the question: What if you only had one hundred days to live? One hundred days to love? Hundred Days is a story about humanity, love, and mortality, all things that cannot exist without the other. As lead singer Amy Shephard simply puts it: this is “A story about being human.”


A Musical of Hip-Hop and Healing

World Premiere of How to Break at Village Theatre

“Just break a little every day, it gets easier that way.”

Village theatre brings tragedy, hope and hip-hop to a moving musical that forces its characters to look death in the face, and keep dancing. How to Break focuses on hip-hop dancer Ana Ramos as she’s diagnosed with cancer and is interned at a children’s hospital for chemotherapy. She tries to keep up with her dance, stresses over her family’s finances, meets another hip-hop boy who’s sick, and faces the reality of her body breaking down despite her best efforts.


Change in Schedule AN INCOMPLETE LIST: At Theatre Off Jackson

An Ambitious Cast, But Incomplete Script

In this production of An Incomplete List of All The Things I’m Going to Miss When the World Is No Longer:, Dacha Theatre brings to life the story of the end of the world through the eyes of lovers and friends. To be seen at Theatre Off Jackson, the play is presented in an intimate stage where the audience is not only a viewer, but a participant along for the ride.



Don’t let Bellingham’s robust outdoor scene overshadow its vibrant performing arts community. While the lush green coastal forests possess their own allure, a very different type of woods proved to be the main attraction this past weekend. Into the Woods, directed by Teri Grimes, continued for a second weekend at The Bellingham Theatre Guild. The musical, originally by James Lapine and Stephen Sondheim, was performed in front of a packed crowd on Saturday evening.

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