Actors young and old bring laughter, tears
August 28, 2008 · Updated 8:52 AM
High school drama students and community theater advocates provide live entertainment right here near home.
Masters Touch presents Little Women Jan. 27
Darrington Historical Society presents Historys a Miss-Story Feb. 25 and 26.
Free Methodist Church members present Tartuffe in dessert theater Feb. 10.
AHS presents The Nerd March 10 18
LHS presents Charlie Brown opening March 17. Camwood Players presents Rumors April 28 May 20.
Darrington High School presents Frankenstein May 5.
M-PHS opens Footloose May 12.
Marysville Theater for Young Actors presents a musical version of Hansel & Gretal June 3.
Last Leaf Productions brings Shakespeares Much Ado About Nothing to Terrace Park, courtesy the city of Arlingtons Parks and Recreation Department.
Arlington Library launches its summer reading program with Valentines Performing Pigs in the old high school auditorium June 22.
Northwest Musical Theatre presents Guys and Dolls at Stanwood High School Performing Arts Center.
The New Everett Theatre presents Rocky Horror, the Musical
Mychal and Betsy Loving make debut with Camwood Players in Silver Horseshoe Revue at Stanwood Grange Hall through Oct. 22.
LHS presents Spitfire Grill, Nov. 10
MPHS presents Noises Off Nov. 15 18.
AHS presents A Christmas Carol in the old AHS auditorium Dec. 1 9.