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#Christian Carvajal #New This Month #Theater

Two Tacoma Theaters Announce 2022-23 Seasons

After two unprecedented pandemic years, most theater organizations in the South Sound decided to schedule full seasons of live entertainment in late 2022 and early 2023. The state of Washington no longer requires proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test to enter theater spaces, but masks are still required for most patrons. With that in mind and figurative fingers crossed, OLY ARTS is pleased to announce upcoming offerings from Tacoma Little Theatre and Tacoma Musical Playhouse.

Kenneth Ruthardt
#Alec Clayton #Harlequin Productions #New This Month #Theater

Celebrating Sovereignty at Harlequin Productions

This spring, Olympia’s Harlequin Productions is doing something that’s never been done in this area. It’s producing Sovereignty, a historical drama about Native Americans, written and directed by Native Americans, performed by an ensemble of Native and non-Native actors, with direction, set, costume and lighting design by Native artists brought to Olympia from all over the United States.

Christina Vega and Jonah Barrett
#Alec Clayton #Books and Words #Bryan Willis #Christian Carvajal #Christina Butcher #Jonah Barrett #Music #New This Month #The Washington Center for Performing Arts

The Return of the Celebratory Center Salon

“I’ve been doing salons for about 20 years through the Northwest Playwrights Alliance,” playwright Bryan Willis explains. “I really love the format.” Happily for Willis, executive director Jill Barnes was eager to host a salon in The Washington Center’s black box theater, a utilitarian space adjacent to its main auditorium. It returns this May after a three-year hiatus.

Oliver Garcia and Luz Langguth-Torrez in Fully Vaxxed
#Alec Clayton #Comedy #New This Month #Olympia Family Theater #Theater

REVIEW: Fully Vaxxed at Olympia Family Theater

Fully Vaxxed at Olympia Family Theater is one of the funniest, most distinctive and important theatrical events out there. It’s a campaign that will continue and move to other towns after its run at OFT. It’s a plea and a lesson on the importance of vaccinations in the time of COVID-19. It’s a performance of three bilingual, one-act plays running two weekends at OFT, then touring the state.

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