Brian Jansen and Kathryn Philbrook in Much Ado About Nothing at OLT

Incorporated in October 1939, Olympia Little Theatre is the oldest live theater in Olympia and one of the oldest in Washington state. OLT has been in its current home on Olympia’s hilltop east side since March 1968. It produces a six-to-eight-show mainstage season plus staged readings and cabaret events.

OLT is a nonprofit organization dedicated to creating quality theater at a reasonable price so the theatrical experience is available to the widest-possible audience. In addition, OLT participants seek to have fun, learn new skills and work together to present the best in live entertainment.

2017-2018 Season

Silent Sky, Aug. 31 – Sept. 15
All the King’s Women, Sept. 28 – Oct. 8
An Evening With Edgar Allen Poe, Oct. 26-29
On Golden Pond, Nov. 30 – Dec. 17
Communicating Doors, Jan. 18 – Feb. 4
Butterflies Are Free, March 8-25
Talley’s Folly, April 26 – May 13
Suite Surrender, June 7-24

What: Olympia Little Theatre

Where: 1925 Miller Ave. NE, Olympia

How much: $9-$20

Get tickets: 360-786-9484 / OLT

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