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Cue the Lights for Top-Notch Theatre Performances in Washington State
When the curtain ascends on live theatre performances, venues in Washington challenge and mesmerize their audiences while keeping historical artistic renditions alive. Landmark theatres like the Paramount Theatre in Seattle first opened its doors in 1928. The elegantly refinished 3,000-seat theater showcases live Broadway and jazz performances amid gilded Roaring Twenties décor. The theatre brings in thousands for its ongoing Silent Movie Monday Series, a tribute to early cinematography.
In South Puget Sound, the Washington Center for the Performing Arts is a premier theater venue in Olympia. This large performing arts center was rebuilt in 1980 and stages a variety of entertainment and cultural activities like jazz, comedy and symphony performances. Just down the road in the thriving Olympia Theatre District, Harlequin Productions offers artistic renditions of classics in addition to controversial and modern plays.
For high caliber performances The Village Theatre has locations in both Issaquah and Everett. The theatres create original productions with over the top staging effects focusing on new musicals and classics like Dreamgirls, The Full Monty and Show Boat.
In Spokane, Stage Left Theater uses props and dramatic tricks to insight audiences toward new perspectives on social, historical and political topics. Using drama to engage with audiences, theatre in Washington will provoke and go for the punch line as it seeks to reassemble human experiences throughout the ages.
Built in 1926, the Lincoln Theatre in Mount Vernon is a landmark attraction for the Puget Sound region. A multi-purpose venue, the Lincoln Theatre is found near downtown Mount Vernon, just west of I-5 on northeast corner of Kincaid Street and Cleveland Avenue. It was originally meant to showcase silent films and vaudeville performances.
In 2013 the Lincoln Theatre underwent a "Digital Futures Initiative," where they transitioned to digital projection – no more reel-to-reel. The Lincoln Theatre features an active and busy calendar throughout the year. From live music and dance performances, to film screenings, the Lincoln Theatre is a popular destination for art lovers.
Mount Baker Theatre
Make the most of your next stay in Bellingham and check out the Mount Baker Theatre. As you explore the Puget Sound region, you'll no doubt want to head for the Mount Baker Theatre – a top destination in Bellingham. Hosting staged performances and other events since 1927, the Mount Baker Theatre has two main components: the Walton Theatre and the Main Theatre.
The Main Theatre seats 1,509 people and features a large stage which faces the balcony seats, and the main floor. The Walton Theatre is much more quaint, holding just 200 people. You'll find the Mount Baker Theatre on the NE corner of Champion Street and Commercial Street. An iconic local establishment, the Mount Baker Theatre was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.
Placed along the shores of the Okanogan River, the Omak Theater is located in the Washington Cascades community of Omak. Along with the neighboring Mirage Theater, the complex serves as Omak’s go-to place to see the most popular movies.
Under the motto “Nothing like the big screen…” the Omak Theater draws its biggest crowds Fridays, as it unveils the newest releases. With just one screen, the movie show times vary throughout the day, with more popular movies given both an evening showing and a matinee with a discounted rate.